Fall City

 Fall City, Washington is located 26 miles east of Seattle in the rural Snoqualmie Valley. It is home to roughly 4,000 residents and many small businesses. Fall City is unincorporated so it has no government or boundaries.

Fall City is beautifully decorated at Christmas time, has an annual Fall City Days festival, and has an official town clean up day. In 2003, the Totem Pole Garden was completed in the middle of town and is a beautiful addition to the community.

There are many great things about Fall City. It is located on the Snoqualmie River which runs parallel to the main street (Highway 202 aka Redmond-Fall City Road) through town. It is close to spectacular scenery, such as the Snoqualmie Falls and Mount Si and it hosts frequent performances and activities thanks to Fall City Arts. The Interstate 90 corridor has made the commute to the urban industrial centers easy and relatively fast.  The result has been the transformation of Fall City into the bedroom community of today.  Although the town itself has changed very little, the surrounding hills have become a mecca for upward mobile families wanting to get away from the urban environment.  For more information go to: http://www.fallcity.org/


Population:  1,993

Median household income: $ 61,848

Median home price:  $565,000