Community of Monroe

Close to Steven's Pass with easy accessibility to winter sports such as snowboarding and skiing. It also has great trails for hiking, rivers for fishing, and so many more outdoor activities. Over 17,000 people call Monroe home.

Highlights of Monroe

  • 3 Parks
  • 2 Museums
  • 4 Bars
  • 8 Schools
  • 17,304 Population
  • 13 Things to Do
  • 72 Restaurants

More About Monroe

Details

The perfect place to get away from the big city noise but has plenty of events to enjoy. Monroe has a great view of the beautiful Cascade Mountains. Close to Steven’s Pass with easy accessibility to winter sports such as snowboarding and skiing. It also has great trails for hiking, rivers for fishing, and so many more outdoor activities. Over 17,000 people call Monroe home.

For more information on the city of Monroe, click here.

Sightings & Entertainment

One of the most unique features of Monroe is the Reptile Zoo! It has everything from snakes to alligators!

Enjoy watching professional drivers compete on the speedway throughout the year and visiting the largest tourist event in all of Snohomish County, the annual Evergreen State Fair which comes to town at the end of August.

In fact this is one of the biggest fairs in the Pacific Northwest. There is a ton to do in this small, very friendly community.

Schools

High school:

  • Monroe High School

Middle schools:

  • Hidden River Middle School
  • Park Place Middle School

Elementary schools:

  • Chain Lake Elementary
  • Frank Wagner Elementary
  • Fryelands Elementary
  • Maltby Elementary
  • Salem Woods Elementary

For more information on Monroe schools, click here.

 

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