100 Biggest Cities In Washington For 2020

Using the latest Census data, we detail the 100 biggest cities in Washington. You can all see a comprehensive list of all 385 cities and places in Washington.

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We all love the biggest cities that the Evergreen State has to offer. You know the places like Seattle and Spokane which make all the headlines.

But there are a bunch of other great large cities in Washington that don't get as much love.

We're going to change that right now.

Using the most recent Census data, we can tell you about all the places in Washington with a focus on the biggest. We update the data each year and this is our fourth time doing this.

You can click here to see a full table of the full of the 100 biggest cities in Washington, along with every other place over 1,000 people big. It is sortable by clicking on the headers.

Read on below to see more on the biggest cities. Or for more reading on places to live in Washington, check out:

How We Determined The Largest Cities In Washington

We've been ranking and dissecting cities in the Evergreen State for over 4 years now -- making this actually the fourth time we've run the numbers. We always use the best data, the US Census. In this case, that means we are using the 2013-2017 American Community Survey.

It what is probably the most simple analysis we run each year, we ranked every place in Washington from biggest to smallest. The biggest city this year? That would be Seattle.

The smallest? Lake Bosworth, although there are places smaller than 1,000 people not listed here, so keep that in mind as we take a look at the top ten.

Seattle, WA
Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility
8.5
/10

Rank Last Year: 1 (No Change)
Population: 708,823
Population 2010: 595,240
Growth: 19.1%
More on Seattle: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Seattle ) is a seaport city on the west coast of the United States. It is the seat of King County, Washington. With an estimated 704,352 residents as of 2016, Seattle is the largest city in both the state of Washington and the Pacific Northwest region of North America. In July 2013, it was the fastest-growing major city in the United States and remained in the Top 5 in May 2015 with an annual growth rate of 2.1%. In July 2016, Seattle was again the fastest-growing major U.S. city, with a 3.1% annual growth rate. The city is situated on an isthmus between Puget Sound and Lake Washington, about 100 miles south of the Canada-United States border. A major gateway for trade with Asia, Seattle is the fourth-largest port in North America in terms of container handling as of 2015.

Review Of Seattle by HomeSnacks User

The schools are great, crime is low! There is lots of hiking and nature to explore, in the summer the coast and lakes are beautiful.

The space needle is my favorite in the city, there is a good music scene in seattle. It's easy to get around by bus, the nearby cities are also very beautiful.


Spokane, WA
Overall SnackAbility
6
/10

Rank Last Year: 2 (No Change)
Population: 214,804
Population 2010: 206,541
Growth: 4.0%
More on Spokane: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Spokane spoh-KAN) is a city located in the state of Washington in the northwestern United States. It is located along the Spokane River west of the Rocky Mountain foothills in eastern Washington, 92 miles south of the Canada-US border, approximately 20 miles from the Washington-Idaho border, and 280 miles east of Seattle along Interstate 90.

Review Of Spokane by HomeSnacks User

Property crime is terrible, violent crime is also on the rise, and the local DA office and judges who run the justice system play "catch & release" without ever punishing any criminals..

I'm honestly surprised that Spokane didn't hit #1 and Fife did.


Tacoma, WA
Overall SnackAbility
6
/10

Rank Last Year: 3 (No Change)
Population: 210,103
Population 2010: 198,819
Growth: 5.7%
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Tacoma is a mid-sized urban port city in and the county seat of Pierce County, Washington, United States. The city is on Washington's Puget Sound, 32 miles southwest of Seattle, 31 miles northeast of the state capital, Olympia, and 58 miles northwest of Mount Rainier National Park. The population was 198,397, according to the 2010 census. Tacoma is the second-largest city in the Puget Sound area and the third largest in the state. Tacoma also serves as the center of business activity for the South Sound region, which has a population of around 1 million.

Review Of Tacoma by HomeSnacks User

I have lived in Tacoma for over 25 years now. I moved from Michigan, where I was born and raised. I have never in my life seen or dealt with Rasicm until I moved here. Everything in this State is geared towards the Middle Class and Rich White People!! I only say that because of how high the cost of living has become in this State! Its ridiculous that in Seattle people are being put out of their homes if they don't make a certain amount of Money!! Forced to live on the Streets...and It will not get any better in the near future..not in the TrumpNation!! G*d help us ALL!! !!


Vancouver, WA
Overall SnackAbility
8
/10

Rank Last Year: 4 (No Change)
Population: 178,413
Population 2010: 160,202
Growth: 11.4%
More on Vancouver: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Vancouver is a city on the north bank of the Columbia River in the U.S. State of Washington, and the largest suburb of Portland, Oregon. Incorporated in 1857, it is the fourth largest city in the state, with a population of 161,791 as of April 1, 2010 census. Vancouver is the county seat of Clark County and forms part of the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area, the 23rd largest metropolitan area in the United States. Originally established in 1825 around Fort Vancouver, a fur-trading outpost, the city is located on the Washington-Oregon border along the Columbia River, directly north of Portland. In 2005, Money magazine named it No. 91 on its list of best places in America to live. In 2016, WalletHub ranks Vancouver the 39th best place in the US for families to live.

Review Of Vancouver by HomeSnacks User

I grew up and currently live in Vancouver, WA. It is a suburb that seems like a small town at times. It is a calmer city than Portland with all the conveniences and walking trails, a nice waterfront, and a historical fort.

Watch out for congested roads and drivers who do not know what they are doing.


Bellevue, WA
Overall SnackAbility
9
/10

Rank Last Year: 5 (No Change)
Population: 142,242
Population 2010: 119,454
Growth: 19.1%
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Kent, WA
Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility
8
/10

Rank Last Year: 6 (No Change)
Population: 128,057
Population 2010: 89,446
Growth: 43.2%
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Kent is a city located in King County, Washington, United States. It is the sixth largest city in the state and third largest in the county. Kent is in the heart of the Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan area, located 19 miles south of Seattle and 19 miles northeast of Tacoma. Incorporated in 1890, it is the second oldest incorporated city in King County, after Seattle. Kent's population as of April, 2010 was 92,411 according to the 2010 census. The total grew to an estimated 126,952 as of July 1, 2015, owing primarily to annexation.

Everett, WA
Overall SnackAbility
7
/10

Rank Last Year: 7 (No Change)
Population: 108,941
Population 2010: 101,667
Growth: 7.2%
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Everett is the county seat of and the largest city in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. Named for Everett Colby, son of founder Charles L. Colby, it lies 25 miles north of Seattle. The city had a total population of 103,019 at the 2010 census, making it the 7th largest in the state and fifth-largest in the Puget Sound area. It received an All-America City Award in 2002.

Renton, WA
Overall SnackAbility
8
/10

Rank Last Year: 8 (No Change)
Population: 101,054
Population 2010: 86,372
Growth: 17.0%
More on Renton: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Renton is a city in King County, Washington, United States. Situated 11 miles southeast of downtown Seattle, Washington, Renton straddles the southeast shore of Lake Washington, at the mouth of the Cedar River. While long an important salmon fishing area for Native Americans, Renton was first settled by people of European descent in the 1860s, and its early economy was based on coal mining, clay production, and timber export. Today, Renton is best known as the final assembly point for the Boeing 737 family of commercial airplanes, but it is also home to a growing number of well known manufacturing, technology, and healthcare organizations, including Boeing Commercial Airplanes Division, Paccar, Kaiser Permanente, IKEA, Providence Health & Services, and Wizards of the Coast. As of 2016, the population in Renton is 101,300, up from 90,927 at the 2010 census. Renton currently is the 8th largest city in Washington State, and is the 4th largest in King County. The National Football League's Seattle Seahawks have a training facility in Renton. It is the second-largest facility in the NFL at 200,000 square feet.

Federal Way, WA
Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility
8
/10

Rank Last Year: 10 (Up 1)
Population: 96,110
Population 2010: 87,792
Growth: 9.5%
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Federal Way is a city in King County, Washington, United States. It is a coastal city inside the Seattle metropolitan area. Its southwestern boundary is NE Tacoma Puget Sound, to the south is the cities of Milton, then Fife, then Tacoma. It is bordered by Des Moines and Kent on the northeast, Auburn as well as the town of Lakeland North and Lakeland South in unincorporated King County on the east, Milton on the south, and Tacoma as well as Fife Heights and Dash Point in unincorporated Pierce County on the southwest. The population was 95,171 at the 2015 United States Census. Federal Way is currently the 9th largest city in Washington State and the 5th largest in King County, according to the Census Bureau's 2015 population estimate.

Spokane Valley, WA
Overall SnackAbility
8
/10

Rank Last Year: 11 (Up 1)
Population: 96,070
Population 2010: 88,100
Growth: 9.0%
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Spokane Valley is a city in Spokane County, Washington, United States, and the largest suburb of Spokane. It is located east of Spokane, west of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and surrounds the town of Millwood on three sides. The city incorporated as the City of Spokane Valley on March 31, 2003. The Washington State Office of Financial Management estimates the city-s population as 94,919 as of 2015. Spokane Valley is named after the valley of the Spokane River, in which it is located. Before becoming an incorporated city, the area was and still is referred to as "The Valley" by residents of the Spokane Metro Area.

Review Of Spokane Valley by HomeSnacks User

This community is safe with a high quality school system. There are plenty of things to do here and very close access to outdoor activities in the surrounding areas.

One of my favorite things about Spokane Valley is the climate. There are four distinct seasons here. However, the summers and winters are not extreme.


Now on to numbers 11-100 Biggest in Washington

We hope that you find the big city, or really any city, that's right for you. Below is a list of the rest of the biggest cities along with every other place in Washington.

Have fun snacking around in the Evergreen State!

For more reading on Washington, check out:

Detailed List Of The Biggest Cities In Washington

Rank City Current Population 2010 Growth
1 Seattle 708,823 595,240 19.1%
2 Spokane 214,804 206,541 4.0%
3 Tacoma 210,103 198,819 5.7%
4 Vancouver 178,413 160,202 11.4%
5 Bellevue 142,242 119,454 19.1%
6 Kent 128,057 89,446 43.2%
7 Everett 108,941 101,667 7.2%
8 Renton 101,054 86,372 17.0%
9 Federal Way 96,110 87,792 9.5%
10 Spokane Valley 96,070 88,100 9.0%
11 Yakima 93,416 88,630 5.4%
12 Kirkland 88,079 47,677 84.7%
13 Bellingham 87,071 78,989 10.2%
14 Kennewick 80,204 70,341 14.0%
15 Auburn 79,110 66,985 18.1%
16 Pasco 71,858 54,116 32.8%
17 Marysville 67,567 57,855 16.8%
18 Sammamish 64,049 43,341 47.8%
19 Redmond 63,197 52,124 21.2%
20 Lakewood 59,606 58,700 1.5%
21 South Hill 58,164 52,476 10.8%
22 Shoreline 56,020 52,529 6.6%
23 Richland 55,043 45,780 20.2%
24 Burien 51,326 32,743 56.8%
25 Olympia 50,836 45,708 11.2%
26 Lacey 47,852 40,334 18.6%
27 Bothell 44,994 32,658 37.8%
28 Edmonds 41,770 39,682 5.3%
29 Puyallup 40,305 36,703 9.8%
30 Bremerton 40,220 37,689 6.7%
31 Lynnwood 37,671 35,529 6.0%
32 Parkland 37,185 35,413 5.0%
33 Longview 37,092 36,605 1.3%
34 Issaquah 36,938 27,838 32.7%
35 Mount Vernon 34,504 31,044 11.1%
36 Wenatchee 34,094 31,173 9.4%
37 Pullman 33,050 28,655 15.3%
38 University Place 32,907 31,082 5.9%
39 Walla Walla 32,731 31,177 5.0%
40 Spanaway 32,150 28,054 14.6%
41 Lake Stevens 31,778 26,902 18.1%
42 Des Moines 31,518 29,401 7.2%
43 Seatac 28,925 26,433 9.4%
44 Graham 28,194 21,713 29.8%
45 Maple Valley 25,953 20,974 23.7%
46 Mercer Island 25,492 22,376 13.9%
47 Bainbridge Island 24,060 22,486 7.0%
48 Cottage Lake 23,955 22,232 7.8%
49 Orchards 23,020 20,255 13.7%
50 Frederickson 22,935 17,704 29.5%
51 Oak Harbor 22,820 22,017 3.6%
52 Moses Lake 22,663 19,150 18.3%
53 Camas 22,615 18,348 23.3%
54 Kenmore 22,546 19,947 13.0%
55 Tumwater 22,500 16,834 33.7%
56 Silver Firs 22,052 21,706 1.6%
57 Union Hill-Novelty Hill 22,034 18,354 20.1%
58 Eastmont 21,686 19,355 12.0%
59 North Lynnwood 21,608 15,887 36.0%
60 Mill Creek East 21,523 14,058 53.1%
61 Salmon Creek 21,299 20,037 6.3%
62 Mukilteo 21,264 19,847 7.1%
63 Mountlake Terrace 21,106 19,998 5.5%
64 Silverdale 21,071 18,837 11.9%
65 Hazel Dell 21,066 19,287 9.2%
66 Covington 20,447 16,814 21.6%
67 Bonney Lake 20,313 16,408 23.8%
68 Bothell West 20,307 15,607 30.1%
69 Tukwila 20,198 18,567 8.8%
70 Mill Creek 20,164 17,485 15.3%
71 Martha Lake 19,954 15,635 27.6%
72 Battle Ground 19,932 16,337 22.0%
73 Ellensburg 19,799 17,847 10.9%
74 Port Angeles 19,615 19,073 2.8%
75 Arlington 19,154 16,913 13.3%
76 Five Corners 18,559 17,436 6.4%
77 Monroe 18,503 16,695 10.8%
78 Bryn Mawr-Skyway 18,347 14,321 28.1%
79 Centralia 16,932 16,168 4.7%
80 Anacortes 16,725 15,668 6.7%
81 Sunnyside 16,442 15,350 7.1%
82 Camano 16,427 0 nan%
83 Aberdeen 16,359 16,882 -3.1%
84 White Center 15,852 12,658 25.2%
85 Washougal 15,484 13,223 17.1%
86 West Richland 14,187 11,037 28.5%
87 Elk Plain 14,065 14,266 -1.4%
88 Lynden 13,862 11,580 19.7%
89 Lakeland South 13,849 11,219 23.4%
90 East Wenatchee 13,817 12,844 7.6%
91 Port Orchard 13,788 10,734 28.5%
92 Ferndale 13,622 10,993 23.9%
93 Lake Forest Park 13,378 12,586 6.3%
94 Snoqualmie 13,317 9,058 47.0%
95 Artondale 13,172 11,353 16.0%
96 Fort Lewis 12,933 13,690 -5.5%
97 Lakeland North 12,820 12,192 5.2%
98 Lake Tapps 12,771 11,274 13.3%
99 Prairie Ridge 12,550 11,612 8.1%
100 Maltby 12,350 11,664 5.9%
101 Minnehaha 12,092 9,641 25.4%
102 Woodinville 12,026 10,651 12.9%
103 Kelso 11,983 11,977 0.1%
104 Cheney 11,962 10,283 16.3%
105 Enumclaw 11,768 10,659 10.4%
106 East Renton Highlands 11,745 11,039 6.4%
107 Sedro-Woolley 11,579 10,320 12.2%
108 Newcastle 11,559 9,868 17.1%
109 Lake Morton-Berrydale 11,295 9,691 16.6%
110 Grandview 11,124 10,391 7.1%
111 Bothell East 10,682 6,787 57.4%
112 Edgewood 10,599 9,369 13.1%
113 Lake Stickney 10,584 7,363 43.7%
114 Poulsbo 10,301 8,795 17.1%
115 Vashon 10,036 9,927 1.1%
116 Shelton 9,996 9,699 3.1%
117 Fife 9,968 8,434 18.2%
118 Walnut Grove 9,907 8,814 12.4%
119 Sumner 9,898 9,325 6.1%
120 Snohomish 9,875 9,047 9.2%
121 Port Townsend 9,428 9,074 3.9%
122 Gig Harbor 9,382 7,102 32.1%
123 Liberty Lake 9,382 6,835 37.3%
124 Dupont 9,379 7,141 31.3%
125 Alderwood Manor 9,257 7,898 17.2%
126 Midland 9,208 9,612 -4.2%
127 College Place 9,136 8,502 7.5%
128 Birch Bay 9,037 7,881 14.7%
129 Picnic Point 8,976 8,509 5.5%
130 Toppenish 8,906 8,820 1.0%
131 Yelm 8,772 6,186 41.8%
132 Burlington 8,743 8,171 7.0%
133 Mount Vista 8,703 7,201 20.9%
134 Hoquiam 8,454 8,812 -4.1%
135 Summit 8,435 7,932 6.3%
136 Felida 8,311 7,463 11.4%
137 Airway Heights 8,285 5,819 42.4%
138 Terrace Heights 8,273 6,679 23.9%
139 Ephrata 8,050 7,407 8.7%
140 Sudden Valley 7,999 6,713 19.2%
141 Othello 7,980 6,919 15.3%
142 Lake Shore 7,909 6,685 18.3%
143 Waller 7,894 7,301 8.1%
144 Duvall 7,811 6,271 24.6%
145 Selah 7,766 6,899 12.6%
146 Orting 7,732 6,276 23.2%
147 Summit View 7,621 6,863 11.0%
148 Milton 7,543 6,737 12.0%
149 Quincy 7,531 6,345 18.7%
150 Chehalis 7,404 7,253 2.1%
151 Clarkston 7,360 7,204 2.2%
152 Hobart 7,182 6,337 13.3%
153 Ridgefield 7,178 4,364 64.5%
154 Pacific 7,177 6,455 11.2%
155 Sequim 7,100 6,273 13.2%
156 Stanwood 6,973 5,876 18.7%
157 Barberton 6,941 5,107 35.9%
158 Clover Creek 6,902 6,725 2.6%
159 Mead 6,870 7,069 -2.8%
160 North Bend 6,830 5,688 20.1%
161 Brier 6,819 6,133 11.2%
162 Fircrest 6,711 6,400 4.9%
163 Parkwood 6,700 7,015 -4.5%
164 Normandy Park 6,678 6,281 6.3%
165 Tanglewilde 6,581 5,803 13.4%
166 Otis Orchards-East Farms 6,514 5,561 17.1%
167 Clarkston Heights-Vineland 6,403 6,409 -0.1%
168 Wollochet 6,390 6,462 -1.1%
169 Bangor Base 6,336 4,168 52.0%
170 Steilacoom 6,270 6,099 2.8%
171 Union Gap 6,142 5,893 4.2%
172 West Clarkston-Highland 6,081 5,429 12.0%
173 Prosser 6,076 5,471 11.1%
174 Country Homes 6,054 5,225 15.9%
175 Finley 5,984 5,489 9.0%
176 Tracyton 5,933 4,728 25.5%
177 Woodland 5,912 5,271 12.2%
178 Woods Creek 5,907 6,047 -2.3%
179 West Side Highway 5,877 5,212 12.8%
180 Ocean Shores 5,814 5,260 10.5%
181 North Fort Lewis 5,701 2,908 96.0%
182 Connell 5,482 3,570 53.6%
183 Manchester 5,471 5,000 9.4%
184 East Port Orchard 5,331 5,742 -7.2%
185 Cavalero 5,320 4,631 14.9%
186 Blaine 5,172 4,550 13.7%
187 Maplewood 5,163 5,105 1.1%
188 Wapato 5,041 4,868 3.6%
189 Sultan 5,040 4,416 14.1%
190 Hockinson 5,001 4,590 9.0%
191 Chain Lake 4,942 4,220 17.1%
192 Medical Lake 4,937 4,828 2.3%
193 Omak 4,794 4,762 0.7%
194 Colville 4,777 4,744 0.7%
195 Town And Country 4,728 4,885 -3.2%
196 Buckley 4,680 4,362 7.3%
197 Mattawa 4,567 0 nan%
198 Rosedale 4,512 3,518 28.3%
199 Belfair 4,435 3,199 38.6%
200 Black Diamond 4,434 4,073 8.9%
201 Venersborg 4,349 3,693 17.8%
202 Wauna 4,323 3,882 11.4%
203 Suquamish 4,310 3,857 11.7%
204 Larch Way 4,257 3,568 19.3%
205 Prairie Heights 4,256 4,164 2.2%
206 Esperance 4,213 3,381 24.6%
207 Moses Lake North 4,124 4,753 -13.2%
208 Chelan 4,070 3,850 5.7%
209 Peaceful Valley 4,032 3,220 25.2%
210 Deer Park 4,026 3,542 13.7%
211 Moxee 3,958 2,846 39.1%
212 Clearview 3,932 3,429 14.7%
213 Montesano 3,927 3,924 0.1%
214 Bunk Foss 3,872 3,799 1.9%
215 Lake Goodwin 3,842 0 nan%
216 Key Center 3,823 3,003 27.3%
217 Sunnyslope 3,815 3,452 10.5%
218 Longbranch 3,798 3,453 10.0%
219 Bethel 3,787 3,334 13.6%
220 Forks 3,782 3,509 7.8%
221 Boulevard Park 3,723 6,290 -40.8%
222 Mirrormont 3,717 3,917 -5.1%
223 Marietta-Alderwood 3,708 4,132 -10.3%
224 Fox Island 3,692 2,983 23.8%
225 Granger 3,687 3,094 19.2%
226 Maple Heights-Lake Desire 3,682 2,997 22.9%
227 Longview Heights 3,619 3,473 4.2%
228 Granite Falls 3,575 3,206 11.5%
229 Port Hadlock-Irondale 3,574 3,990 -10.4%
230 Three Lakes 3,560 2,738 30.0%
231 Indianola 3,536 3,174 11.4%
232 Canyon Creek 3,520 2,815 25.0%
233 Lake Cassidy 3,511 3,555 -1.2%
234 Goldendale 3,446 3,468 -0.6%
235 Ahtanum 3,416 3,866 -11.6%
236 Hansville 3,402 2,564 32.7%
237 Erlands Point-Kitsap Lake 3,338 3,134 6.5%
238 Burbank 3,333 3,578 -6.8%
239 Port Angeles East 3,328 3,356 -0.8%
240 Benton City 3,315 2,925 13.3%
241 Clyde Hill 3,295 2,943 12.0%
242 Alderton 3,280 2,870 14.3%
243 Mcchord Afb 3,265 3,124 4.5%
244 Medina 3,260 2,947 10.6%
245 Lake Holm 3,254 3,329 -2.3%
246 Elma 3,245 3,117 4.1%
247 Rochester 3,232 2,007 61.0%
248 North Yelm 3,201 2,877 11.3%
249 Algona 3,191 2,875 11.0%
250 Grand Mound 3,189 2,128 49.9%
251 La Center 3,172 2,637 20.3%
252 Navy Yard City 3,166 2,543 24.5%
253 Meadowdale 3,152 2,839 11.0%
254 Cashmere 3,139 3,033 3.5%
255 Fairchild Afb 3,118 4,159 -25.0%
256 Zillah 3,118 2,795 11.6%
257 High Bridge 3,076 2,876 7.0%
258 Central Park 3,072 2,614 17.5%
259 Fobes Hill 3,052 2,475 23.3%
260 Canterwood 3,018 2,666 13.2%
261 Castle Rock 2,968 2,326 27.6%
262 Desert Aire 2,964 1,196 147.8%
263 Eatonville 2,945 2,640 11.6%
264 Meadow Glade 2,906 2,197 32.3%
265 Raymond 2,882 2,930 -1.6%
266 Colfax 2,878 2,806 2.6%
267 Chico 2,840 2,448 16.0%
268 Cle Elum 2,834 2,545 11.4%
269 Brush Prairie 2,820 2,368 19.1%
270 Port Ludlow 2,771 3,011 -8.0%
271 Stansberry Lake 2,768 1,802 53.6%
272 Warden 2,744 2,620 4.7%
273 South Creek 2,716 2,513 8.1%
274 Carson 2,703 2,296 17.7%
275 Warm Beach 2,699 2,265 19.2%
276 Dayton 2,682 2,463 8.9%
277 Cathcart 2,665 2,112 26.2%
278 Lochsloy 2,664 2,425 9.9%
279 Geneva 2,655 2,442 8.7%
280 Everson 2,641 2,565 3.0%
281 Gleed 2,634 2,548 3.4%
282 Chewelah 2,620 2,558 2.4%
283 Brewster 2,591 2,336 10.9%
284 Arlington Heights 2,573 2,082 23.6%
285 Okanogan 2,570 2,510 2.4%
286 Kalama 2,557 2,089 22.4%
287 Friday Harbor 2,554 2,367 7.9%
288 Bridgeport 2,526 2,773 -8.9%
289 Sisco Heights 2,518 2,364 6.5%
290 Allyn 2,497 1,381 80.8%
291 White Salmon 2,485 2,041 21.8%
292 Fords Prairie 2,352 1,902 23.7%
293 Rainier 2,346 1,621 44.7%
294 Fife Heights 2,333 2,150 8.5%
295 Fall City 2,313 2,068 11.8%
296 Kingston 2,307 1,938 19.0%
297 Riverbend 2,302 2,011 14.5%
298 Shadow Lake 2,286 1,988 15.0%
299 Leavenworth 2,260 2,660 -15.0%
300 Mabton 2,156 1,688 27.7%
301 Newport 2,142 2,316 -7.5%
302 Fern Prairie 2,140 1,789 19.6%
303 Burley 2,119 2,099 1.0%
304 Enetai 2,110 2,189 -3.6%
305 Westport 2,091 1,866 12.1%
306 Mccleary 2,075 1,711 21.3%
307 Southworth 2,073 2,582 -19.7%
308 Lofall 2,025 2,549 -20.6%
309 Amboy 2,022 1,268 59.5%
310 South Wenatchee 2,011 1,002 100.7%
311 Bryant 2,003 1,811 10.6%
312 Freeland 1,994 1,768 12.8%
313 Oroville 1,968 1,977 -0.5%
314 Whidbey Island Station 1,930 3,071 -37.2%
315 Walla Walla East 1,929 1,248 54.6%
316 Gold Bar 1,911 2,464 -22.4%
317 Cascade Valley 1,894 2,745 -31.0%
318 Ravensdale 1,873 870 115.3%
319 Carnation 1,767 2,081 -15.1%
320 Coupeville 1,766 1,777 -0.6%
321 Sumas 1,757 1,000 75.7%
322 Mcmillin 1,745 1,924 -9.3%
323 Monroe North 1,744 1,602 8.9%
324 Kayak Point 1,726 0 nan%
325 Winlock 1,725 1,315 31.2%
326 North Puyallup 1,722 1,637 5.2%
327 Napavine 1,720 1,658 3.7%
328 Davenport 1,717 2,081 -17.5%
329 Ocean Park 1,695 1,609 5.3%
330 Tenino 1,695 1,862 -9.0%
331 Millwood 1,686 0 nan%
332 Purdy 1,682 1,280 31.4%
333 Nooksack 1,678 1,090 53.9%
334 Lewisville 1,671 2,031 -17.7%
335 Big Lake 1,641 1,753 -6.4%
336 Ritzville 1,628 1,921 -15.3%
337 Kettle Falls 1,616 1,642 -1.6%
338 Dallesport 1,602 1,363 17.5%
339 Ames Lake 1,597 1,383 15.5%
340 South Bend 1,592 1,817 -12.4%
341 Rocky Point 1,579 1,391 13.5%
342 Yacolt 1,575 1,487 5.9%
343 Duluth 1,563 1,584 -1.3%
344 Kittitas 1,548 1,433 8.0%
345 Tieton 1,541 0 nan%
346 Royal City 1,517 1,607 -5.6%
347 Stevenson 1,503 1,669 -9.9%
348 Cosmopolis 1,493 1,367 9.2%
349 West Pasco 1,478 4,081 -63.8%
350 Wilderness Rim 1,457 1,331 9.5%
351 Garrett 1,449 1,347 7.6%
352 Soap Lake 1,445 1,183 22.1%
353 Long Beach 1,431 1,580 -9.4%
354 Waterville 1,415 1,154 22.6%
355 Manson 1,374 1,296 6.0%
356 Republic 1,340 1,345 -0.4%
357 Lake Marcel-Stillwater 1,335 1,240 7.7%
358 Pomeroy 1,289 1,449 -11.0%
359 Entiat 1,260 1,218 3.4%
360 Ruston 1,233 816 51.1%
361 Coulee Dam 1,230 1,224 0.5%
362 Buena 1,206 555 117.3%
363 Rock Island 1,195 806 48.3%
364 Point Roberts 1,191 1,285 -7.3%
365 Woodway 1,189 1,421 -16.3%
366 Waitsburg 1,188 1,194 -0.5%
367 Anderson Island 1,187 907 30.9%
368 Langley 1,186 1,050 13.0%
369 Crocker 1,180 910 29.7%
370 Darrington 1,178 1,437 -18.0%
371 Yarrow Point 1,168 854 36.8%
372 Home 1,164 891 30.6%
373 North Bonneville 1,155 878 31.5%
374 Twisp 1,153 997 15.6%
375 Morton 1,120 1,247 -10.2%
376 Asotin 1,105 922 19.8%
377 Browns Point 1,088 1,103 -1.4%
378 Seabeck 1,060 801 32.3%
379 Tonasket 1,057 1,071 -1.3%
380 Summitview 1,047 1,059 -1.1%
381 Grand Coulee 1,046 1,159 -9.7%
382 Basin City 1,045 881 18.6%
383 Neah Bay 1,032 697 48.1%
384 Dash Point 1,019 866 17.7%
385 Lake Bosworth 1,007 462 118.0%

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