A thriving community with a charming downtown scene.

About Snohomish

Founded in 1861 as Cadyville, the city of Snohomish was renamed in 1871. A rural town at the time, it quickly became a central hub for both logging and defense. Today, Snohomish is a thriving community with a charming downtown scene and an abundance of amenities.

Located along the Snohomish River, this historic town has a renowned collection of antique shops, eateries, and pubs. With its breathtaking views of the Pillchuck and Snohomish rivers, real estate in this community continues to be a great investment in home, lifestyle, and finances.

What’s in Snohomish

Grocery Stores

  • Haggens
  • Safeway
  • Fred Meyer


  • Haggens
  • Fred Meyer
  • Rite Aid


  • McDaniel’s Do It Center and Snohomish Co-Op

Kids Activities

  • Snohomish United Soccer
  • Turning Point Dance Studio
  • Snohomish Aquatic Center


  • Bank of America
  • Coastal Community Bank
  • Key Bank
  • Wells Fargo

Elementary Schools

  • Central Elementary
  • Emerson Elementary
  • Casade Elementary
  • Dutch Hill Elementary
  • River View Elementary
  • Totem Falls Elementary
  • Little Cedars Elementary

Middle Schools

  • Valley View Middle School
  • Centennial Middle School

High Schools

  • Glacier Peak High School
  • Snohomish High School


  • Snohomish Inn


  • Sno Town Brewing
  • Sound To Summit Brewing
  • Scrappy Punk Brewing


  • Trails End
  • The Repp
  • Cabbage Patch
  • Collector Choice
  • Jake’s
  • Rodger’s Riverside Bistro
  • El Pariso
  • Ixtapa

Dentists & Orthatontists

  • Lund Orthodontics
  • Snohomish Dentistry
  • Modern Family Dentistry

Vet Clinics

  • Pilchuck Vet
  • Snohomish Station Animal Hospital
  • VAC Snohomish Animal House

Local Fun

Snohomish offers an abundance of outdoor activities, memorable dining, and family fun. Check out some of these local gems!

Centennial Trail

A 30-mile-long rail trail in Snohomish County, Washington, connecting the cities of Snohomish, Lake Stevens, and Arlington to Skagit County.

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Blackman House Museum

The historic home offers two floors of period furnishing where you can sit with a cup of tea and listen to the stories of early Snohomish.

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Historic 1st Street

Snohomish’s charming downtown district with unique shopping and dining experiences.

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Ferguson Park

A local park with a bike trail, disc golf, fishing, picnic facilities, and a basketball court.

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Pilchuck Park

Community park featuring athletic fields.

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Hill Park

Community park for outdoor recreation.

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Trails End

Modern pub serving craft beer, boutique wines and a sophisticated American tavern menu.

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Cabbage Patch

Traditional American fare in an old-timey house with a fireside lounge, outdoor seats & happy hours.

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Snohomish Aquatic Center

A 52,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility owned and operated by the Snohomish School District.

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Snohomish Skydive Center

Seattle’s premier skydiving center.

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Snohomish Balloon Rides

Hot air balloon rides for adventure seekers and bucket listers looking for a nature walk in the sky.

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Thomas Family Farms

Corn maze, cow train, super slide, duck races, gem mining, Pro Karts, sports toss, apple cannons, and more!

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The Farm at Swan’s Trail

Home to authentic fall adventure, family memories, and fun for everyone.

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Craven Farm

Home to the original Pumpkin Patch and Antique Tailgate Sale.

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