Snohomish (sno-HOH’-mish) County is located in northwest Washington State, nestled between the sparkling blue waters of Puget Sound and the rugged, snow-capped peaks of the Cascade Mountains. Snohomish County begins 12 miles north of Seattle, a little under 100 miles south of Vancouver, and is a short ferry ride away from the San Juan Islands or Olympic Peninsula.  Snohomish County is ideally situated for exploring the entire Pacific Northwest.

For visitor information, visit the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau online at www.snohomish.org.

Follow this link for information about history of the Snohomish Native American Tribe, and modern-day county government: http://www1.co.snohomish.wa.us/County_Information/County_History.htm

Snohomish County and City

The Snohomish County seat of government is in Everett, Washington. But while you’re visiting the County of Snohomish and its variety of attractions, be sure to visit the quaint City of Snohomish as well. This genuinely historic community is listed on both the State and National Registries of Historic Places. Snohomish is the oldest and best preserved city in the county. The city’s historic district boasts many beautiful Victorian and Arts & Crafts-era homes built around the turn of the century.

More information about cities and communities in Snohomish County is available here: http://www.snohomish.org/index.php?page_id=394

Hometown City
SeaWolves FC represents all of Snohomish County through the club’s license with United Soccer League. But our home field is located on the city border of Everett and Mukilteo, Mariner High School’s Goddard Memorial Stadium.

Visit www.snohomish.org for tourism information and descriptions of cities and communities in Snohomish County. Official information on the City of Everett can be found here: http://www.everettwa.org and on the neighboring City of Mukilteo here: http://www.ci.mukilteo.wa.us/.