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Founded in 1869 by William Meydenbauer, Bellevue was officially incorporated on March 21, 1953. Prior to the opening of the Lake Washington Floating Bridge (1940), Bellevue was a rural area with very little development. Once the bridge ...

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Welcome to Bothell! With its small town feel, and exciting urban growth, Bothell is a great place to live, work and play. Whether you want to attend the local performing arts center, walk the Sammamish River Trail, or enjoy fine dining and ...

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Kirkland is located on the east shore of Lake Washington. With a population of 45,000+, it is bordered to the east by Redmond, to the south by Bellevue, and to the north by Kenmore and Bothell. Many waterfront parks and art galleries give K...

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Situated on the north end of Lake Sammamish, with the Sammamish Slough running through the middle, Redmond is known for its natural beauty, the high-tech industry (Microsoft, Nintendo of America), and being the bicycle capital of the northw...

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Situated on the shores and hilly terrain east of Lake Sammamish, the city of Sammamish (incorporated August 31, 1999) features a landscape of trees, mountains, and lakes. With a population expected to pass 40,000 in 2007, Sammamish is a gre...

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With a population of just over 10,000 residents, Woodinville has a quiet, yet highly sought-after suburban lifestyle offering many neighborhoods boasting ¾ acre or larger lots. As a result, Woodinville has a country estate feel that many o...

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