Community of Snohomish

Just a little South-east of Everett, the city of Snohomish is known for its historic district which earned it the nickname "Antique Capital of the Northwest".

Highlights of Snohomish

  • 3 Parks
  • Known for its Historical Downtown
  • 10+ Bars and Nightlife
  • 9 Schools
  • 9,401 Population
  • 29 Things to Do
  • 92 Restaurants

More About Snohomish


This genuinely historic community is listed on both the Washington State and National Registries of Historic Places. Snohomish is the oldest and best preserved city in Snohomish County. The city’s historic district boasts many beautiful Victorian and Arts & Crafts-era homes built around the turn of the century.

Visitors will enjoy strolling among the city’s late 19th- and early 20th-century architecture and stopping at the delightful variety of charming shops and popular restaurants. Also known as the “Antique Capital of the Northwest,” Snohomish has a wonderful selection of antiques with over 350 dealers.

For more information on the city of Snohomish, click here.


Snohomish is home to:

  • 3 elementary schools
  • 3 middle schools
  • 3 high schools

Elementary schools:

  • Little Cedars Elementary
  • Totem Falls Elementary
  • Riverview Elementary

Middle schools:

  • Valley View Middle School
  • Centennial Middle School
  • Hidden River Middle School

High schools:

  • Snohomish High School
  • Aim High School
  • Glacier Peak High School

For more details on Snohomish schools, click here.


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