City of Bellevue
Bellevue, otherwise known in the French term as "Beautiful View" is gorgeous at all times of the year with views of both the Olympic and Cascade Mountain Ranges. This cutting edge city is Seattle's largest suburb with the 2nd largest City Center in Washington. Bellevue is continually renewing it self and making rapid changes including adding many high rises. Bellevue was recently ranked as being the 4th best place to live in America.
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City of Bothell
Bothell, a city that straddles both Snohomish and King County is part of the Seattle Metropolitan Area. Bothell is known as a commuter town, meaning that residents typcially work outside of the city they live in. Bothell has so much to offer, including being home to both Cascadia Community College and University of Washington, Bothell.
City of Everett
Just 25 miles north of Seattle, Everett is the largest city in Snohomish County. Home to the Port of Everett, the largest pubic marina on the west coast, a naval station and one of the largest companies, Boeing, Everett continues to bring in trade, commerce, jobs and recreational opportunities to the city.
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City of Edmonds
One of the oldest incorporated cities in Snohomish County, Edmonds is a beautiful place to call home. Enjoy views of the Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains and Cascade Range. Take a ride on the Edmonds Ferry to Kingston Washington and fall in love with the many activities down town Edmonds has to offer such as the local Farmer's Market.
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City of Issaquah
Forbes.com ranked Issaquah the 2nd largest-growing suburb in the state! This King County city is located at the south end of Lake Sammamish with Bellevue, Remond and Seattle neighboring it. One of the most rapidly growing communities throughout Washington.
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City of Kenmore
Kenmore, better known as "Kenmore by the lake" encompasses all of the north shore and a significant portion of the northeastern shore of Lake Washington. With a climate similar to that of Seattle, it makes for a very beautiful city. Inglemoor High School in Kenmore is part of the great Northshore School District. For fun enjoy the Burke Gilman Trail!
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City of Juanita
In 2009 voters approved Juanita's annexation to Kirkland. This King County city neighbors the cities of Kirkland, Kenmore and Bothell. Go to Juanita High School in the Lake Washington School District. Enjoy one of Juanita's best beaches at Juanita beach or make your way to many great shops and restaurants at the Juanita Village Shopping Center.
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City of Kirkland
On the Eastside of Lake Washington, one of Seattle's greatest suburbs is Kirkland. Kirkland features an amazing downtown waterfront area with some of the most popular restaurants, shops, parks beaches and more! Like most of its Eastside neighbors, it is relatively affluent but dependent in large part on nearby technology firms such as Redmond-based Microsoft and Google.
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City of Lynnwood
This Snohomish County city is the 4th largest in all of Snohomish County, making it the 29th largest city in all of Washington. Known to be the "hub city" of south Snohomish County because of all the retail shopping, Lynnwood is home to one of the best malls around, the Alderwood Mall. With easy access to freeways and the city has many profession who go to work in Seattle making it a mix of urban, suburban, small city, crossroads, and bedroom community.
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City of Mill Creek
Several creeks flow through the city, including North Creek, Penny Creek, and Nickel Creek. There is also a creek located entirely within city limits called Mill Creek, giving this town it's wonderful name. The city has rapidly grown with large number of families and jobs and now contains a mixed-use, city-sponsored complex called Mill Creek Town Center.
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City of Monroe
Best known as home of the bustling Evergreen State Fairgrounds and Evergreen Speedway, the City of Monroe remains the fastest growing area in the lush Skykomish River Valley. Monroe supports hundreds of locally-owned businesses and attractions, several historic museums and even a reptile zoo. Spend the day wandering in Jim Greene's sprawling Automobile Museum and Speed Shop; taste the best of the best at Clearview Spirits and Wines near Lake Tye; and dance the night away on the beautifully manicured grounds of Sky River Farm in a historic slaughterhouse turned craft beer, wine and cheese tasting room.
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City of Redmond
Redmond, otherwise known as the "Bicycle Capital of the Northwest," is such a fun place to live! Home to the Microsoft Corporation, 23 developed parks, concerts held at Marymoor and so much more.
City of Sammamish
Sammamish is an Eastside suburb of Seattle in King County. It was incorporated in 1999. The population was 45,780 at the 2010 census. CNN Money magazine, in its 2011 review of the best places to live in the United States, ranked Sammamish 15th. Forbes, in its 2012 list of the Friendliest Towns in the United States, ranked Sammamish 1st.
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City of Seattle
Seattle is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States and is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. Home to some of the best landmarks in the country, The Spaceneedle, The Pike Place Market and EMP and Port of Seattle. With beautiful views of Mount Rainier, the Puget Sound to the West and Lake Washington to the East. The city itself is hilly and lush with Evergreen which is where Seattle got it's nickname the "Emerald City."
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City of Shoreline
Boarding the city limits of Seattle, Shoreline is just 9 miles away. A great place to live if working in the Seattle area and are looking for a easy commute. Shoreline Community College attracks many people to the area. Over the years, the Shoreline community has developed a reputation for strong neighborhoods, excellent schools and abundant parks.
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City of Snohomish
Snohomish prides itself for its historical downtown, and was once known for its many antique shops when it was known as the "Antique Capital of the Northwest." The historic business and residential center of the town constitutes the Snohomish Historic District. Snohomish is a small town with a great community of people. Enjoy the views of hotair balloons and planes from the Harvey Airfield in town.
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City of Woodinville
Located in northern King County, Woodinville has waterfront parks on the Sammamish River, sweeping winery and brewery grounds, and densely wooded residential areas. Most of Woodinville is serviced by the Northshore School District which is one of the highest rated school districts in the state. Easy commutes to some of the biggest companies in the area such as Microsoft, Google, Expedia and Boeing.
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