In the spring of 1889, David C. Bothell and his wife, Mary Ann, filed the first plat in what was to become the City of Bothell. Bothell is located on the northeastern tip of Lake Washington and is conveniently situated near several major highways.
It is the Technology Corridor, a series of four modern business parks, that makes Bothell more than a suburb. The Technology Corridor is home to major employers such as AT & T Wireless, Eddie Bauer, Immunex, Seattle Times, and Seattle P-I. These employers are a big draw for an even larger, more affluent population to Bothell and an expanding service and retail base.
The city’s increasing demand for retail, lodging and entertainment will be further enhanced from the University of Washington Bothell/Cascadia Community College enrollment projections.
City of Bothell
Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce
Northshore School District
University of Washington – Bothell Branch
Cascadia Community College