Mount Vernon Yellow Pages

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Facts and information about Mount Vernon Washington

The city is located in Skagit County, Washington. The city got its name from a plantation in Fairfax County, Virginia. The first president of The United States, George Washington made his home on this plantation. Jasper Gates and Joseph Dwelley made the city’s first plans and were among the very first two people to settle on Skagit River. In 2012, according to the Office of Financial Management, the population was estimated to be 32,250 people.

Mount Vernon receives an average annual precipitation of over 32 inches. The climate is very conducive to growing tulips, with millions of tulips being grown in the Skagit Valley. There a Tulip Festival every year.

Industry strengths

Like many of the cities in Washington, Mount Vernon’s main industry includes logging, mining and farming. Due to its prime location, close to Puget Sound and its many rail lines, it is a great hub for start-ups. Notable are Food Services, Inc, Schenk Packing Co., Skagit River Brewery, and Boo Shoot Gardens.

Recreational Activities and Things to do

There are over 20 parks and facilities that make this city a great place with many opportunities for sports or outdoor fun. These facilities are also no stranger to banquets and birthday parties. If you haven’t made your way to the Historic Lincoln Theatre, then you should. It was originally built in 1926 as a silent movie house. The theater currently takes part in live performances and movies year round. The Lincoln Theatre is also 1 of the 98 theatres in the United States still owning its original Wurlitzer theatre organ. If you're lucky, you may even catch them playing it before the show.

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