Fall City is an unincorporated community 25 miles east of Seattle. The community lies along the Snoqualmie River and Raging River. It is located on the Snoqualmie River which runs parallel to the main street (Highway 202 aka Redmond-Fall City Road) through town. Fall City was known at the time as "The Landing", as shallow water and rapids upstream on the Snoqualmie were impassable to the large dugout canoes used for transporting goods.
About 2,300 people as of 2020.
74.1% homes are owner-occupied (according to Census data).
Walk Score of 55/100. Bike Score of 33/100 (according to Walkscore.com).
Riverview School District
Fall City Floating provides a shuttle service & rental services to float the Snoqualmie River. The Float begins about a quarter mile downstream from the famous Snoqualmie Falls. Lined with beaches and elegant houses, the river winds around the Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course and straightens out along the last mile stretch into Fall City. The Float ends at Fall City Bridge, marking the end of the 4 mile float that brings thousands to this charming small town each summer.
The Fall City Wallaby Ranch is the home of an acre of grassy Wallaby and Kangaroo playgrounds, two acres of aircraft parking, private access roads and seven acres of Equestrian paradise. The Fall City Wallaby Ranch is a USDA Licensed and Inspected Facility dedicated to the breeding of world class Gray and Albino Bennetts Wallabies and Red Kangaroos. They also provide the Snoqualmie Valley area with educational and emotional services through Equestrian and Exotic Animal interaction.
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