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The 411 on Arlington Washington
The city was incorporated in 1903. It is located in Snohomish County roughly 40 miles north of Seattle. The city sits where the forks join of Stillaguamish River. There is a total area of 9.26 miles according to the United States Census Bureau with a population of 18,317 in 2012.
Since the city was founded, Arlington has been heavily dependent on timber industry for harvesting and products. It is known as the “Shingle Capital of the World” due to the numerous shingle mills, sawmills, and logging camps.
Not only has the city relied heavily on the timber industry but it was historically a railroad town. Located on the Northern Pacific mainline with several different rail connections, Arlington’s location was critical to that success. The town still keeps a rail connection with BNSF Railways however it is not as dependent on the railroad as it once was.
The Municipal Airport hosts the “Arlington Fly-In” which brings together unique aircraft from across the US and Canada.
Byrnes Performing Arts Center
Their claim to fame is the Byrnes Performing Arts Center. The Byrnes Performing Arts Center opened in 2007 and shows that they have a passion for the arts. In 2007, The City passed an ordinance to set aside 1% of any construction project for the purpose of acquiring art for public places. The Arlington Arts Council purchases the art as a nonprofit organization. The council also holds an annual art auction to raise money for additional art projects.
Expanding your search to the greater areas of Washington
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