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List of towns in Washington

The government of the U.S. state of Washington recognizes several classifications of municipalities, which can be broadly divided into cities and towns. The following is a complete list of Washington's towns as recognized by state and federal government.

      County seat

Name County[1] Population
(2013 est.)[2]
Population
(2010)[3]
Land area[3]
sq mi km2
Albion Whitman 574 579 0.36 0.93
Almira Lincoln 273 284 0.52 1.3
Beaux Arts Village King 319 299 0.08 0.21
Bucoda Thurston 567 562 0.57 1.5
Carbonado Pierce 613 610 0.42 1.1
Cathlamet Wahkiakum 538 532 0.49 1.3
Colton Whitman 425 418 0.59 1.5
Conconully Okanogan 211 210 0.31 0.80
Concrete Skagit 712 705 1.17 3.0
Coulee City Grant 570 562 0.90 2.3
Coulee Dam Okanogan
Douglas
Grant[Note 1]
1,098 1,098 0.72 1.9
Coupeville Island 1,849 1,831 1.24 3.2
Creston Lincoln 221 236 0.41 1.1
Cusick Pend Oreille 204 207 0.53 1.4
Darrington Snohomish 1,362 1,347 1.65 4.3
Eatonville Pierce 2,810 2,758 1.82 4.7
Elmer City Okanogan 234 238 0.21 0.54
Endicott Whitman 290 289 0.29 0.75
Fairfield Spokane 608 612 0.62 1.6
Farmington Whitman 149 146 0.34 0.88
Friday Harbor San Juan 2,278 2,162 2.12 5.5
Garfield Whitman 596 597 0.88 2.3
Hamilton Skagit 299 301 1.12 2.9
Harrah Yakima 632 625 0.22 0.57
Hartline Grant 156 151 0.33 0.85
Hatton Adams 103 101 0.37 0.96
Hunts Point King 425 394 0.31 0.80
Index Snohomish 186 178 0.23 0.60
Ione Pend Oreille 444 447 0.54 1.4
Krupp Grant 49 48 0.59 1.5
La Conner Skagit 908 891 0.41 1.1
LaCrosse Whitman 316 313 0.78 2.0
Lamont Whitman 71 70 0.29 0.75
Latah Spokane 183 183 0.31 0.80
Lind Adams 572 564 1.07 2.8
Lyman Skagit 437 438 0.67 1.7
Malden Whitman 202 203 0.67 1.7
Mansfield Douglas 330 320 0.31 0.80
Marcus Stevens 177 183 0.22 0.57
Metaline Pend Oreille 171 173 0.31 0.80
Metaline Falls Pend Oreille 238 238 0.21 0.54
Naches Yakima 801 795 0.69 1.8
Nespelem Okanogan 224 236 0.19 0.49
Northport Stevens 291 295 0.58 1.5
Oakesdale Whitman 429 422 1.04 2.7
Odessa Lincoln 875 910 0.82 2.1
Pe Ell Lewis 624 632 0.59 1.5
Reardan Lincoln 556 571 0.49 1.3
Riverside Okanogan 275 280 0.97 2.5
Rockford Spokane 470 470 0.68 1.8
Rosalia Whitman 556 550 0.62 1.6
St. John Whitman 542 537 0.64 1.7
Skykomish King 205 198 0.32 0.83
South Cle Elum Kittitas 529 532 0.39 1.0
South Prairie Pierce 435 434 0.39 1.0
Springdale Stevens 279 285 1.14 3.0
Starbuck Columbia 125 129 0.21 0.54
Steilacoom Pierce 6,122 5,985 2.05 5.3
Twisp Okanogan 939 919 1.18 3.1
Uniontown Whitman 313 294 0.93 2.4
Washtucna Adams 207 208 0.69 1.8
Waterville Douglas 1,151 1,138 0.87 2.3
Waverly Spokane 106 106 0.41 1.1
Wilbur Lincoln 851 884 1.41 3.7
Wilkeson Pierce 484 477 0.47 1.2
Wilson Creek Grant 211 205 0.96 2.5
Winthrop Okanogan 415 394 0.94 2.4
Yacolt Clark 1,633 1,566 0.50 1.3
Yarrow Point King 1,046 1,001 0.37 0.96

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The town spans multiple counties. The counties are listed in the order given by GNIS, primary county first.

References

  1. ^ "Domestic and Antarctic Names - State and Topical Gazetteer Download Files: National Federal Codes" ( 
  2. ^ "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for Incorporated Places: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2013". census.gov. May 2014. Retrieved May 23, 2014. 
  3. ^ a b "US Gazetteer files: 2010, 2000, and 1990".  
  • "Washington City and Town Profiles". Municipal Research and Services Center of Washington. Retrieved November 25, 2012.  Up-to-date table of Washington municipalities.
  • "Cities and Towns of the United States" (  Database of places noting county seats.
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