Sedro-Woolley, known as the "Gateway to the North Cascades", is situated north of Seattle, Washington. It is south of Bellingham, Washington on Highway 20, along the banks of the Skagit River. Sedro-Woolley is on the western edge of the majestic Cascade Mountain Range. With its vast fertile farmlands, Sedro-Woolley is serene with a "country" style atmosphere. In fact, a farmer's market is held every Wednesday from mid-May to mid-October in the downtown area featuring local vendors. Fresh, local produce is always abundant during the summer months.
Also known as the "Chainsaw Carving Capital" of Washington State and the Pacific Northwest, Sedro-Woolley is the home of Loggerodeo, a celebration staged annually on July 4th. This event is well known in Western Washington and is one of the oldest rural summer celebrations in the state.
Sedro-Woolley is growing steadily and is expected to have significant new residential growth and business growth in the near future. Many people choose to move into the area for the excellent school system, multiple community events, and quick access to the I-5 corridor.
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