Bothell

In its 104-year history, Bothell has gone from frontier town to vibrant employment and educational center. Economic development is a high priority. Bothell's highly skilled workforce, no Business and Occupation tax, commuter accessibility and transportation, available and affordable commercial properties in prime locations and improved permit process have attracted everything from cozy cafes to global corporations to the city.
 
In the midst of an exciting downtown redevelopment plan. The City is working to provide even greater opportunities For citizens through new downtown jobs and housing options, new and improved public spaces, and by reconnecting the City to its river heritage. For more information, please visit www.FutureOfBothell.com
 
Beyond Bothell's commercial districts are rolling wooded hillsides and quiet neighborhoods. This community prizes its hometown atmosphere and remains rural at heart, yet residents enjoy accessibility to every urban convenience. 
 
Known for its educational facilities, Bothell is part of the award-winning Northshore School District and is the site of the University of Washington Bothell/Cascadia Community College Campus. Extension programs are also available through the University of Washington and Shoreline Community College
 
Bothell shines when it comes to recreation. Thousands of canoeists, kayakers, walkers, joggers and bicyclists enjoy the Sammamish Riverl/Burke-Gilman Trail. The 'Town-Gown Loop," a 2.7-mile walking history tour, links the University of Washington Bothell/Cascadia Community College Campus to quaint downtown shops and restaurants. Other unique shops are also found about two miles north at Country Village
 
 
 
BOTHELL STATISTICS 
 
Population: 41,630
 
City Hall:
18305 101st Ave NE 
Bothell, WA. 98011 
 
Phone: (425)485-3256
 
Chamber of Commerce:
Greater Bothell Chamber
23716 8th Ave SE, Ste I-1.
PO Box 1203, 
Bothell, WA. 98041
 
Phone: (425) 485-4353
 
Post Office: 10500 Beaardslee Blvd, (425) 482-9755 
Library: Bothell Regional, 18215 98th Ave. NE, (425) 486-7811 
School District: Northshore School Dist. No. 417, (425) 408-6000 
 
Utilities:
Gas: PSE,(888) 225-5775 
Electricity: PSE, (888) 225-5773 
Snohomish County PUD No. 1, (425) 783-1000 
Water/Sewer: City of Bothell, (425) 486-2768 
Alderwood Water Dist., (425) 743-4605. 
Northshore Utility Dist., (425) 398-4400 
Woodinville Water Dist., (425) 487-4100 
 
Refuse Collection:
Waste Management, (800) 592-9995 
 
Telephone:
Frontier, (877)462-8188. 
CenturyLink, (800) 244-1111 
 
Typical Tax Rate:
King County$11.12/$1,000 assessed valuation 
Snohomish County - $10.00/$1,000 assessed valuation 
 
Median Household Income : $74,769 
Average Rent : $1.500 
 
Median Prices:
Homes  $499,950
Condos $213,000 
 
Estimated Travel Time/Distance To:
Seattle=26 mins/20 mi.
Bellevue=16 mins/12 mi.

 


 

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