Introduction to Mill Creek, Washington
Mill Creek, Washington, in Snohomish county, is 8 miles S of Everett, Washington (center to center) and 18 miles N of Seattle, Washington. The city is part of the Seattle - Bellevue - Everett metropolitan statistical area (MSA). About 11,525 people live in Mill Creek.
Mill Creek History
Originally, Mill Creek was a densely, wooded region with very few roads. On August 30, 1983, it was incorporated as a city and is one of the youngest cities of Washington. Prior to its incorporation, the city was a suburb of Everett. Development in Mill Creek began in the 1950s. The high school of the city was established in the 1990s.
Mill Creek and nearby Attractions
- Heron Park
- Imagine Children's Museum
- Howarth Park Dog Beach
- Transportation Museum
- Mukilteo State Park
- Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour
Things To Do In Mill Creek
There are several parks and playgrounds in Mill Creek including Mill Creek Sports Park, Library Park, Pine Meadow Park, Heron Park, Hillside Park, Nickel Creek Park, and Highlands Park. Leisure can also be spent at Mill Creek Skate Park and North Creek Trail. The Mukilteo Lighthouse and Woodland Park Zoo are also worth visiting. In addition, the city organizes numerous annual festivals and events.
Mill Creek Transportation
Snohomish County Airport is close to the city.
Mill Creek Higher Education
Edmonds Community College, Lake Washington Technical College, and Everett Community College are close by.