National Register of Historic Places listings in Snohomish County, Washington facts for kids
This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Snohomish County, Washington.
This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map.
There are 47 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county. Another property was once listed but has been removed.
|Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|3420 240th St. SE
|1703 Grand Ave.
|3||Andrew Carnegie Library||
|118 5th Ave., N.
||Edmonds||Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR (AD)|
|1801 Hewitt Ave.
|5||Community Center and War Memorial Building||
|1611 Everett Ave.
|6||Darrington Ranger Station||
|1405 Emmens St.
|14th St. Yacht Basin
|8||Everett Carnegie Library||
|3001 Oakes Ave.
||Everett||Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR (AD)|
|9||Everett City Hall||
|3002 Wetmore Ave.
||Everett||Officially renamed the Mayor William E. Moore building in 2012.|
|10||Everett Fire Station No. 2||
|2801 Oakes Ave.
|11||Everett High School||
|2400 Colby Ave.
|12||Evergreen Mountain Lookout||
|Skykomish Ranger District on SW ridgecrest of Evergreen Mountain
|14||Green Mountain Lookout||
|Darrington Ranger District
|2002 Hartford Dr.
|16||Roland Hartley House||
|2320 Rucker Ave.
|17||Hewitt Avenue Historic District||
|1620-1915 Hewitt Ave. and portions of Wetmore, Rockefeller, Oakes, and Lombard Ave.
|18||Horseshoe Bend Placer Claim||
|North of Sultan
|19||Indian Shaker Church||
|West of Marysville, Tulalip Reservation, N. Meridan Ave.
||Marysville||An Indian Shaker Church denomination building, presumably|
|16401 U.S. 99
||Lynnwood||NRHP listing #51549. Gas station & grocery store dating from 1927.|
|21||Marysville Opera House||
|1225 3rd St.
|3120 Hewitt Ave.
|23||Miners Ridge Lookout||
|Darrington Ranger District in Glacier Peak Wilderness area 5 miles (8.0 km) west of Pacific Crest trail
|24||Monte Cristo Hotel||
|1507 Wall St.
|25||Mukilteo Light Station||
|26||Naval Auxiliary Air Station-Arlington||
|18204 59th Dr. NE., Arlington Municipal Airport
Boundary increase (listed March 27, 2012, refnum 12000163): 18204 59th Dr., NE
|27||North Coast Casket Company Building||
|1210 W. Marine View Dr.
||Everett||Now demolished. Deconstructed in 2011 by Port of Everett after lengthy battle on preservation vs. site redevelopment. Commonly known as the Collins Building.|
|28||North Creek School||
|22711 31st Ave. SE.
|29||D. O. Pearson House||
|Pearson and Market Sts.
||Stanwood||NRHP listing #73001890 Now part of the Stanwood Area History Museum.|
|30||Point Elliott Treaty Monument||
|Jct. of Lincoln Ave. and 3rd St.
|31||Red Men Hall||
|Index Ave. at 6th St.
||Index||Collapsed January 1, 2009|
|32||Rucker Hill Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by 32nd, Tulalip Ave., Bell Ave., Snohomish Ave., Laurel, and Warren
|412 Laurel Dr.
|34||Snohomish County Courthouse||
|Wetmore Ave. between Wall St. and Pacific Ave.
|35||Snohomish Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Ave. E, 5th St., Union Ave., Northern Pacific RR and Snohomish River
|36||St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church||
|West of Marysville on Mission Beach Rd.
|37||Stanwood IOOF Public Hall||
|27128 102nd Ave. NW
||Stanwood||Now Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center.|
|38||Suiattle Guard Station||
|Suiattle River east of Buck Cr., Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie NF
|39||Swalwell Block and Adjoining Commercial Buildings||
|2901-2909 and 2915 Hewitt Ave.
|2712 Pine St.
|41||Three Fingers Lookout||
|Darrington Ranger District on the southernmost peak
|12616 Jim Creek Rd.
||Arlington||Rural Public Schools of Washington State MPS|
|43||Tulalip Indian Agency Office||
|3901 Mission Beach Rd., Tulalip Reservation
|44||U.S. Post Office and Customshouse||
|3006 Colby Ave.
||Everett||Also known as the Federal Building and as Peed Hall (from a recent period when it was owned by Cogswell College).|
|45||Verlot Ranger Station-Public Service Center||
|Mt. Baker, Snoqualmie National Forest
||Granite Falls||NRHP listing #86000839|
|46||Weyerhaeuser Office Building||
|1710 W. Marine View Dr.
|3214 228th St. SE.
|Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Date removed||Location||City or town||Summary|
|1||"Jack Knife" Bridge||
||Spans the Ebey Slough at Home Acres Rd. E of Everett
||Everett vicinity||Image shows the replacement bridge|
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