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Welcome to Snohomish!

Recognized as one of the Top 10 Coolest Small Towns in America, the historic community of Snohomish is like Mayberry, only with high speed internet.

As the oldest and best preserved city in Snohomish County, Snohomish is listed on both the Washington State and National Register of Historic Places. Today, you can stroll along riverfront trails or walk through historic tree-lined neighborhoods that still provide identical views seen by the First People of Snohomish (The Sdoh-doh-hohbsh), or the early pioneer settlers who expanded commerce on First Street. Mull on that while you sip your pumpkin spice latte.

Birding isn’t the only popular outdoor recreation option, year-round fishing in the Snohomish and Pilchuck Rivers offer trophy-size steelhead, trout and salmon. And if you want the catch of the day but the Kings aren’t biting, Andy’s Fish House will drop an order of freshly-made fish and chips portside from the Ave. D. Bridge.

Nearly every day, the pipes from motorcycle engines can be heard on the streets of Snohomish – as riders from across the region are lured by our safe and scenic byways.

Grab a bite to eat from your choice of dozens of eateries and don’t forget to show and shine at the largest motorcycle show in the area, The Sky Valley Motorcycle Rally held in the historic district every May.

If your recreational pursuits are more akin to trekking the mall than summiting Mt. Index, be sure to visit historic First Street for boutiques filled with vintage fare and modern fashion.

After a day of shopping and sightseeing, Snohomish won’t leave you thirsty. Whet your appetite on the Snohomish Ale Trail, a hip collection of craft microbreweries and taprooms, or meetup other urban foodies at charming boutique wineries and distilleries - 7 within walking distance of each other. Cool, right? 

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