Duvall and Carnation Community Info –
The city of Duvall is a small community of just over 7,000 people nestled in the Snoqualmie Valley 25 miles northeast of Seattle and just east of Redmond. It is one of the fastest growing communities in the state due to its natural beauty, rural feel and close proximity to Microsoft—of which Duvall is on the company’s shuttle route. Duvall has a strong community feel that is celebrated through its many festivals and events. Take a quick Duvall Video Tour and discover both its history and its hidden gems. The Duvall Walking Map will guide you through the town or take a peek at the Parks Map to plan your next outing. Check out Duvall News to find out the latest happenings. Will it be a bike ride along the Snoqualmie Valley Trail or an evening play at the Cascade Community Theatre? Don’t forget to check out the Duvall Farmer’s Market or one of the many great restaurants for a healthy snack along the way. Duvall has something special in store for you. Riverview School District aptly serves the needs of Duvall’s younger residents.
Carnation is a rural western Washington community of a little over one square mile in size. Carnation features an abundance of natural beauty, outdoor experiences and recreational opportunities of the Snoqualmie Valley. Framed by the Cascade foothills and located where the Tolt and Snoqualmie rivers meet, Carnation is in one of the most productive agricultural regions in the Northwest. There are almost 1600 acres of market crops grown in the Snoqualmie Valley Agricultural Production District. Carnation area farms provide family activities and agricultural experiences. Local restaurants offer a little something for everyone. City-owned parks and open spaces comprise a total of 38 acres. In addition to the city-owned parks, the community is fortunate to have more than 500 additional acres of parks, open space, and recreational facilities available in public ownership by King County, the school district, and the State of Washington.