Lake Stevens is the fifth-largest city in Snohomish County. There are two major commercial centers within the city: downtown and Frontier Village. Downtown is located on the northeastern part of the lake, and Frontier Village is on the west side, with a traditional suburban shopping center. The city's annual summer festival, Aquafest, is held in downtown Lake Stevens at North Cove Park during a three-day weekend in late July. Not only is it an excellent opportunity for a family outing where you can enjoy a boat parade, carnival rides, a car show, and a circus. Explore one of many lakeshore parks such as Lundeen Park. There you will find the city's largest beach, where you can swim, picnic, paddleboard, and kayak.

Lake Stevens, WA

Community & Safety


Lake Stevens School District
12309 22nd St NE, Lake Stevens, WA 98258
425-335-1500 - lkstevens.wednet.edu


City of Lake Stevens
1812 Main Street, Lake Stevens, WA 98258
425-622-9400 
Police (non-emergency) 425-622-9401

 

Lake Stevens Public Library
2211 Grade Road, Lake Stevens, WA 98258-8122
425-334-1900 

 

Things to Do

Lake Stevens is full of activities for all ages. Whether it be swimming beaches, shopping for gifts, or enjoying a bite to eat, you can find it all in Lake Stevens.

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