Location Profile

Arlington, Washington

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Facility Location
Arlington, Washington
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
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Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Arlington, Washington and is part of one of the most renowned healthcare companies in the country. The facility offers patients across west Washington personalized, compassionate, and professional medical care. Services of the provider include disease management, physical therapy, home healthcare, and heart care.

Community Overview

Located between the Cascade Mountains and Puget Sound, Arlington is a suburb of Seattle, Washington. It's known as the �scenic gateway� to the Mountain Loop Highway, making it an excellent place for outdoor recreation like hiking, biking, and watersports. Arlington is a suburb of Seattle, Washington, just an hour away. It offers a quiet retreat from the bustling city with pastoral and farm surroundings. Access to amenities is good and includes several transportation options. Arlington is known for its Arlington Fly-In, an annual airshow with thousands of pilots from around the country. The event is family-friendly and occurs every summer with vintage aircraft on display, demonstrations, stunt flying, and a hot air balloon show, plus live music.

Learn more about Arlington at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

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Arlington School District operates 4 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, 1 high school, and 1 alternative high school. The district also offers a preschool and the Stillaguamish Valley Learning Center, an option for blended and home-based instruction. Rated among the top 70 districts in the state by Niche.com, Arlington School District has students that perform well on state tests, with 50% proficient in math and 67% proficient in reading. Arlington High School has been recognized as one of the top 6,000 schools in the nation and is ranked 118th in Washington by U.S. News and World Report’s Best U.S. High Schools. The high school has a graduation rate of 93%, above the state average, and received the School of Distinction Award from Washington. There are also 2 private schools in Arlington.

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Community Transit offers bus service to, from, and within the county. Sound Transit is an express service with bus and rail throughout 3 counties. There's also a Washington State Ferry service around 20 minutes away from Everett, Washington to take you to one of several locations on Puget Sound.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

From boutiques to chain stores, there’s a little bit of everything in Arlington’s shopping scene. Vintage and antique shops let you add something treasured and unique to your home, while other shops offer apparel, gifts, video games, and other merchandise Walmart is located in Arlington, with Target, Marshalls, and other department stores just 19 minutes away. Grocery shopping in Arlington includes Safeway, Grocery Outlet, and 2 farmer’s markets/produce stands.

The city cultivates an appreciation of the arts with Arlington Art Walk, an annual event with art shows, concerts, and activities. There’s also also public art on display throughout the city year-round. Arlington operates the Olympic Theater and Cafe, showing family-friendly free movies throughout the year. Byrnes Performing Arts Center is at the center of the performing arts scene, offering live events including concerts and musicals. For more live events, venture to the Red Curtain Arts Center in Marysville, Washington, less than 20 minutes away. The Red Curtain features 7 plays a season and several concerts each year.

The Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Museum is a waterfront museum that will let you take  a trip back to the pioneer days. Learn about logging, daily household life, railroad history, and other interesting facts about the area’s early settlers. Items on display include model trains, dishes, printing presses, and other historic artifacts. At the front of the museum is an observation deck for guests to observe salmon, beaver, and river otters.

Arlington’s outdoor recreation options are varied and include biking, hiking, and other activities. Thanks to the city’s location on the river, there are ample opportunities for fishing, boating, and kayaking. Bicyclists and walkers love the Centennial Trail, 30 miles of completed trail for non-motorized vehicles. Interested in seeing amazing wildlife? Arlington is home to Portage Creek Wildlife Reserve, a tranquil 157-acre protected park with several trails for observing animals in their natural habitat. Visit and walk along the stream to possibly spot deer, hawks, beavers, raccoons, mink, and waterfowl. It’s a great place to hike or take a peaceful walk. Open spring to fall, Outback Kangaroo Farm is a wildlife park with Australian animals such as kangaroos, wallabies, and wallaroos, plus an assortment of goats, llamas, and other creatures. Visiting Outback Kangaroo Farm lets you learn about and pet these beautiful animals.

Arlington also has 17 parks with trails, playgrounds, sports fields, and fishing access. Haller Park is popular with families as it features a large playground, beach access, and a splash pad. Spanning 150 acres, River Meadows Park offers fun year-round with snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, plus swimming, hiking, and geocaching. For a departure from the ordinary, go camping in the park’s yurt village. The village consists of 10 16-foot-wide yurts with electricity, heat, bunk bed, and other furniture -- all you need to bring is a sleeping bag and pillows. The 13-acre Bill Quake Memorial Park features a skate park, sports fields, picnic area, and a playground. Arlington even has an 18-hole golf course, Glen Eagle Golf Course which offers views of the Olympic Mountains.

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Crime Rate

The police department of Arlington all residents' and visitors' safety in the city. Crime has decreased by 10% over the last year and should continue this downward trend. There are 26 sworn officers on the staff and the department offers a range of community crime prevention efforts, including an outreach team, personalized crime prevention programs, and tiplines.

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