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​Getting around in Snohomish County is easy. Get here any way you can. Fly, drive, train, or cycle.


Washington State Ferries serve 10 different routes, from Pt. Defiance Park near Tacoma in the southern portion of Puget Sound, north to the San Juan Islands and Sidney, British Columbia, Canada. Snohomish County has two ferry terminals. One located in Mukilteo servicing access to Whidbey Island, the second in Edmonds servicing access to Kingston on the Kitsap Peninsula.

Schedule your crossing for non-commuter hours whenever possible to make your experience as stress free and relaxing as possible. In general you'll find ferries are busiest with pleasure traffic westbound on Friday afternoons and evenings, and returning eastbound on Sunday afternoons and evenings.

For questions, call Washington State Ferry Information at (425) 464-6400 or 1-800-84-FERRY within Washington State. Operator assistance is available from 6 am - 8 pm, seven days a week.

Public Transportation

Snohomish County, Washington, has low cost public transportation through Community Transit, Everett Transit and service to the greater Seattle area through Metro Transit and Sound Transit; and in the greater Puget Sound region via other local transit companies. Greyhound and Northwest Trailways bus lines are in Everett.

Rental Cars

Snohomish County, Washington, offers over a dozen local and national rental car agencies. The rental cars agencies are located in Arlington, Everett, Lynnwood, Marysville and Monroe.

Taxi & Limousine

Snohomish County, Washington provides limousines, taxi service and airport shuttle at various prescheduled locations as well as door-to-door service.


Snohomish County, Washington, just minutes away from Seattle, provides four ocean marinas with guest moorage; some providing water, electricity, gas and diesel services.