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Designated as a "silver-level community" due to its excellent engineering practices, planning programs, and high mode share for transit and walking. A top choice for many of those relocating due to job considerations looking for a home close to Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Boeing.
A well-established town by the turn of the century with its present urban form preserving many characteristics of its historic origins, the city of Edmonds remains one of Washington State's most picturesque waterfront communities
Located on the shores of the deepest and largest lake in Snohomish County and was once primarily a resort community, its popularity and natural beauty, combined with changing commuter habits, attracted more and more residents, changing its character to that of a suburban community.
Part of the Seattle metropolitan area -- just 16 miles north of Seattle and minutes from the Puget Sound, outdoor recreation, wine tasting, and is home to the region’s largest destination shopping center.
Originally developed as a golf course community, Mill Creek is exceptionally well-planned and has managed to retain much of its small-town charm over the last several years of growth and community development.
Monroe present a kaleidoscope of past and present. Dairy farming, berry farming, vegetables, poultry and beef, nurseries, tree farms and logging, horse breeding and training, all blend harmoniously with the majesty of the mountains, swift-running rivers, ancient cedar and hemlock forests, and many wonderful parks and trails full of natural beauty.
Today, Mukilteo retains its friendly, old-fashioned hospitality and spectacular setting. Visitors will enjoy exploring the delightful shops and restaurants of this quaint seaside town, as well as the waterfront with its parks and the beautifully restored 1906 Mukilteo lighthouse that overlooks the Puget Sound.
This genuinely historic community is listed on both the State and National Registries of Historic Places. Snohomish is the oldest and best preserved city in the county. The city's historic district boasts many beautiful Victorian homes built around 1900.