23 Violent crimes per 100k
749 Property crimes per 100k
The first city from the west coast on the list is Sammamish, Washington. This city on a plateau has a population of 52,365. It was named after Lake Sammamish; however, Beaver and Pine lake are the biggest lakes in the area. In fact, Beaver lake had a famous lifeguard teacher in the 1950s, Clint Eastwood. The city contains no major interstates within its limits but is a short commute to many big employers such as Costco and Microsoft.
Sammamish has secured the No. 5 spot in a new report over the safest cities in the U.S.
The Top 100 Safest Cities in America announced for 2017 report looked at crime rates in 764 cities.
Paddle boarders on Puget Sound in July 2014. Seattle has recorded only three 100-degree days since 1894, but it may add a fourth on Thursday. Credit Elaine Thompson/Associated Press
Much of the country is used to occasional 100-degree days. Seattle, which has had just three in the past 123 years, is not.
So unaccustomed is Seattle to scorching heat that, in 2015, only one-third of the housing units in its metropolitan area had air-conditioning.
That’s going to make this week dangerous.
The National Weather Service is predicting “widespread record highs” as a heat wave engulfs the Pacific Northwest. An excessive heat warning is in effect from 2 p.m. on Tuesday through 9 p.m. on Friday. Seattleites can expect temperatures in the mid-80s to
In literally all of the markets that The Cascade Team services we have neighborhoods and developments intermixing with local coyote populations. I live in Sammamish, WA and often see them in the mornings when I run Soaring Eagle Park between 5:30 and 6:00 in the morning and a recent posting on Nextdoor Trossachs the neighborhood I live in reported a mother and 2 to 3 pups having a den in one of the many local greenbelts.
The same can be said for Doug Young and the Team in Arizona, Kent in Denver, James out in Spokane and so forth.
For the most part coyotes may prey on a small, unattended pet, but are generally scared of people. If you do run into members of the local coyote population here are a few tips to remember.
Algona – Banned Auburn – Banned Beaux Arts Village – Banned Bellevue – Banned Black Diamond – Allowed on July 4th, 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. midnight Bothell – Allowed on July 4th, 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Burien – Banned Carnation – Banned Clyde Hill – Banned Covington – Allowed on July 4th, 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. midnight Des Moines – Banned Duvall – Allowed on July 4th, 9 a.m. to 11 p.m Enumclaw – Allowed on July 4th, 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Federal Way – Banned Hunts Point – Banned Issaquah – Banned Kenmore – Banned Kent – Banned Kirkland – Banned Lake Forest Park – Banned
You may be able to buy fireworks at a stand like this, but only certain cities will allow you to ignite them.…
Please come join The Cascade Team for the Snoqualmie Ridge 4th of July Celebration and Parade! The Cascade Team Real Estate is proud to serve the Snoqualmie Ridge community and provide FREE sno-cones and give-away prizes for the 12th straight year!
The festivities start at 10:30am at Cascade View Elementary School with a parade.
Show your spirit and decorate your bikes, tricycles, skateboards, scooters, wagons, etc. in red, white, and blue and come walk or ride in the parade as it makes it way to the Community Park!
It’s a free event open to the Snoqualmie community and typically attended by thousands every year. So grab your family, your red, white and blue – and see you at the park!
What do you think? How much would you be willing to pay to protect your view? Our area is growing at an amazing pace with new neighborhoods, remodels, and much needed new housing all over. Can you put a price on the peace of mind in knowing your current view will last?
SEATTLE — Seattle is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, and now a popular trend in some of the country’s largest metropolitan areas is becoming more common here in Seattle.
People are buying air above homes to protect views, usually from new construction or neighbors wanting to remodel and build larger homes that will block views.
Imagine a house lower down on a hill and a home above it. The home
Kitchen upgrades have overtaken bathroom updates as the remodeling project homeowners want most, according to the National Association of Home Builders' Remodeling Market Index report covering the first quarter of 2017. Bathroom renovations previously held the number one spot, but kitchen redos barely pulled ahead in the most recent report.
To help: Introducing The Cascade Team Home Pro Network!
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Simply go to the Home Pro Network from www.thecascadeteam.com/directory/ and request a quote for bid on your next project. The business found here are used and trusted by our local agents and/or their clients. You can search and find everything from Handyman, Escrow, Financial, Roofing Services,
We would like to give a very special: "Thank you" to everyone who came out and gave of their time and talent to help make our 12th year of Project Crayon Drive such a wonderful event. Agents from The Cascade Team were at various locations throughout the Puget Sound throughout the weekend and despite unusually cool temperatures for this time of year we had an amazing turn out. We also had several individuals and groups drop off Crayons here at the main office as well.
Currently we are still counting and have even more deliveries coming in throughout the week from agents spread from Gig Harbor to Seattle, North Bend, Woodinville, Issaquah, Bellevue, Sammamish, Snoqualmie, Bothell and more... Early projections are for over 200,000 Crayons
We are very happy to announce that this year 96.5 Jack FM will be doing a live remote during Project Crayon Drive at the Klahanie QFC location on Saturday April the 29th!
In addition our local partners like select QFC, Fred Meyer and IGA locations will have booths set-up outside the stores for you to drop off Crayons or monetary donations with members of The Cascade Team. Most of these stores will also have displays with Crayons that can be purchased during the time of the collections. In early May we will announce this years total for Crayons and make the delivery to Children's Hospital of Seattle.
Help us Brighten a Child's Life!
For the 12th year, The Cascade Team is once again hosting Project Crayon Drive this