Map of Historic Snohomish

Snohomish's historic buildings range from as early as the 1860s up to the 1930s. In addition to the downtown commercial buildings, there are many residential styles represented, including Craftsman Bungalow, Queen Anne Victorian, Beaux Arts, Gothic & Greek Revival, Italianate, and Colonial Revival. As expected, wood is the predominant building material, with some homes and buildings in brick, stone, and stucco. 

The Snohomish Historic District, which includes historic downtown and the residential area north of it, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

Many houses have plaques with the year they were built and the family name of their first residents.

The Historic Snohomish map is an inventory of the historic district buildings and homes as well as many others across town and beyond. This map is continuously updated as research continues.

The map and all photos are copyright Taylor Russell, unless otherwise noted. Please do not use without permission.

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