Bothell is part of the Seattle metro-area, located in King and Snohomish Counties in Washington. The charming, 100 year-old city has a unique heritage and cutting-edge innovation, biotechnology being a key industry.
Bothell also has an award-winning educational system (from kindergarten through higher education) and an abundance of recreational opportunities for the entire family.
Bothell’s small-town atmosphere, rich community spirit, top-rated schools, numerous parks and trails, low crime rate, excellent city services (police, fire, public works, etc.) and mild climate make it an exceptional place to raise a family and call home!
Bothell has a variety of distinct neighborhoods, each with its own distinct character, including: Canyon Creek, Canyon Park, Downtown (Riverfront), Fitzgerald, Lake Pleasant (Country Village), Mays Pond, Maywood (Beckstrom Hill), North Creek, Norway Hill (Waynita), Queensborough (Brentwood), Queensgate, Shelton View, Thrasher’s Corner and Westhill.
If you’re in the market to buy Bothell real estate or thinking about relocating to Bothell, WA, you’ll find many residential options to choose from.
Whether you are looking for Bothell waterfront homes, Bothell luxury homes, Bothell single-family homes, Bothell townhomes or Bothell condominiums in one of the many beautiful residential neighborhoods, Bothell has something for every taste, lifestyle and budget!
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Bothell, WA Demographics & Education
The population of Bothell, WA is 32,958 and the median age is 39.4 years. The average household size in Bothell is 2.44 people. 25.95% of people are married with children and 7.42% have children, but are single. 50.75% of the people in Bothell are male and 50.66% are female.
83.10% of the people in Bothell people are white, 1.51% Black, 6.85% Hispanic, 8.43% Asian, 0.69% Native American and 6.26% claim other.
8.91% of the people in Bothell are high school graduates, 8.91% are 2 year college graduates, 29.25% are 4 year graduates and 9.31% of the people have graduate degrees.
Bothell, WA Geography and Climate
Bothell, WA encompasses King County and Snohomish County. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 12.1 square miles. The largest river in Bothellis the Sammamish, which connects to Lake Washington.
Bothell has a moderate climate and gets about 38.6 inches of rain per year, 4.3 inches of snowfall per year and has 158 days of measurable precipitation (rain and drizzle). On average, Bothell has 151 sunny days per year with July highs around 76 degrees and a January lows around 33.1 degrees.
Bothell, WA Economy
In the 90s, several businesses opened offices in the Canyon Park and North Creek business districts of Bothell, creating a regional employment center. Biotechnology companies based in Bothell include: OncoGenex Pharmaceuticals, Seattle Genetics, CMC Icos, Alder Biopharmaceuticals, MDRNA, Blue Heron Biotechnology, Amgen, Iverson Genetic Diagnostics and Elitech. Medical device manufacturers also call Bothell, WA home, including Philips Medical Systems and Lockheed Martin Aculight.
Computer technology, data, and telecommunications are also well represented in Bothell including: AT&T, AVST, Kinesis, Leviton Voice & Data, Systems Interface, T-Mobile, Panasonic Avionics Corporation, Parity Corporation, Teltone and Vertafore. Engineering firms in Bothell include: SNC-Lavalin, RH2 Engineering, North Creek Analytical, ECS Engineering, and Path Engineers.
The city also has companies working on improved energy technologies, such as Neah Power Systems. The Seattle Times has its main production facility in Bothell and Scotsman guide Media is also headquartered there. Estimated median household income in Bothell, WA is around $78,257. Unemployment is around 8.30%. Future job growth over the next ten years in Bothell is predicted to be 29.94%. Sales tax in Bothell is 8.90%.
Bothell, WA Arts & Entertainment
Bothell, WA offers much in the way of arts and entertainment, such as the Northshore Performing Arts Center Foundation (NPACF) and the Bothell Historical Museum, housed in the 1893 William Hannan house.
The city also has an assortment of restaurants, diners and eateries to satisfy every pallet. Each year, Bothell gears up for its annual RiverFest event downtown, a celebration of Bothell’s heritage, offering a variety of activities for the entire family. Bothell is also host to the annual Live ARTS Bothell Art Festival.
Parks in Bothell, WA
Bothell has an amazing park system, offering a number of parks to choose from including: Bloomberg Hill Park, Blyth Park, Bothell – Sammamish River Trail, Bothell Skate Park, Brackett’s Landing, Brickyard Rd. Park, Cedar Grove Park, Centennial Park – Bothell, Conifer View IV Park, Conifer View Park, Doug Allen Sportsfields, Lytle House at Park at Bothell Landing, North Creek Sportsfields, Park at Bothell Landing, Red Brick Road Park, Royal Oaks Park, Sammamish River Park & Trail, Stipek Park, Triangle Park, Volunteer Park, West Riverside Drive Trail and William Penn Park.
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Colleges/Universities in or near Bothell, WA
Colleges/universities in Bothell, WA include: Cascadia Community College, ITT Technical Institute – Bothell and University of Washington-Bothell. Other colleges/universities nearest to Bothell include: Lake Washington Technical College (Kirkland), Edmond Community College (Lynwood), Seattle Community Colleges, City University, Bellevue College and Seattle University.
Public Schools in Bothell, WA
Public schools in Bothell include: nine elementary schools, three junior high schools (Bothell Jr. High, Evergreen Jr. High, Rose Hill Jr. High), and Bothell High School. The English Hill in North Bothell is served by the Northshore School District.
Bothell Ridge is served by the Riverview School District. Schools for Bothellstudents in grades Kindergarten through 12th grade are part of the Northshore School District. Schools in Northshore School district include Westhill Elementary, Frank Love Elementary, Maywood Hills Elementary, Canyon Park Junior High School and Bothell High School.
Hospitals/Medical Centers near Bothell, WA
Hospitals/medical centers near Bothell include: Evergreen Hospital Medical Center (Kirkland), Fairfax Hospital (Kirkland) and Providence Everett Medical Center (Everett)
Bothell, WA Transportation
The average one-way commute time in Bothell takes about 30 minutes. 75% of commuters drive their own car, 13% carpool with others, 5% take mass transit and 4% work from home.
Bothell, WA Zip Codes
Bothell zip codes: 98011, 98012, 98021, 98041, 98082
Map of Bothell, WA
VerraTerra – Bothell Real Estate Property Specialists
VerraTerra is not your ordinary Bothell real estate Brokerage. Unlike most real estate companies that force you to do things one way or their way, we believe you should have choices to pick and choose what best fits your individual needs. We strive to find new ways to make buying and selling Bothell real estate more efficient AND less costly for our clients, without sacrificing quality or service.
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