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Bothell, WA

Bothell, Washington, is located just 12 miles from Seattle, enabling residents to enjoy a small-town atmosphere while still being close to big-city amenities. Interstates 5 and 405 provide easy access to Seattle's downtown and waterfront, as well as to nearby mountains and wine country. That said, there's still plenty to do in Bothell itself. Tree-lined streets lead to a scenic waterfront and a historic downtown that is full of shops and restaurants.

Bothell began as an isolated logging camp and steamboat stop in the 1870s. A number of businesses, a newspaper and a bank arrived in the ensuing decades, and the town was incorporated in 1909. Lumber and shingle production fueled the early economy, although by 1950 logging faded away and was replaced by agriculture. Many of Bothell's historic homes still stand today and welcome visitors.


In recent years, the life sciences and technology industries have become central to Bothell's growing economy. The city has been home to several of the fastest-growing tech companies in Washington, as well as a substantial portion of the state's life-sciences businesses. Some of Bothell's largest private employers are:


Bothell has a reputation for excellent public schools. Additionally, the city is home to a community college and a university:


The heart of Bothell is its historic downtown, with streets lined with trees and flower baskets. Visitors can walk through galleries and quaint shops, eat at one of the city's many restaurants or view heritage-themed murals that adorn area buildings.

Some of Bothell's residential neighborhoods:


Bothell is a city with more than 20 parks, great shopping, and several historic and cultural points of interest. They include:


Residents of Bothell root for their local high school teams, area college teams and professional teams from Seattle, including:


Bothell is served by one newspaper, Bothell Kenmore Reporter. Additionally, Bothell is part of the Seattle-Tacoma television market, the 14th-largest in the country. Major television stations are:

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