Community of Lake Stevens

Lake Stevens, Washington has a population of 30,886, where people reside. It surrounds Lake Stevens where it inherited its name. This city has the largest lake in all of Snohomish County.

Highlights of Lake Stevens

  • 16 Parks
  • 10 Schools
  • 30,886
  • 3 Things to Do
  • 50 Restaurants

More About Lake Stevens


There are four parks that give the community access to the beach. The lake creates great activities such as swimming, boating, or just enjoying the beauty on a nice day. There is an abundant amount of places to enjoy the outdoors in Lake Stevens with over 60 acres of parks. One of the most popular activities is a hike, Centennial Trail, with an active 17 miles.Lake Stevens is the ideal place if you want to take advantage of all the natural beauty.

Lake Stevens is a great place to live to enjoy nature but also the city. It is located only 36 miles away from Seattle and 20 miles from the popular Alderwood Mall. This family- orientated city has six elementary schools and one of the only mid-high schools in the state. Lake Stevens is a captivating city to embrace all of its nature, plus all of the entertainments of a city.

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Lake Stevens is home to:

  • 6 elementary schools
  • 2 middle schools
  • 1 junior high school
  • 1 high school

High School:

  • Lake Stevens High School

Mid-High School:

  • Calvelero (grades 8-9),

Middle Schools:

  • Lake Stevens Middle School
  • North Lake Middle School

Elementary Schools:

  • Mt. Pilchuck Elementary School
  • Sunnycrest Elementary School
  • Hillcrest Elementary School
  • Glenwood Elementary School
  • Skyline Elementary School
  • Highland Elementary School

*A seventh elementary and a new early learning center will be opening during the 17-18 school year.

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