GENERAL NEWS ALERT:
The Town neighborhood has experienced package theft this week. Our Police Department recommends that residents take measures to secure their delivered property by taking the following protective steps:
Arrange to pick up your packages at a separate location.
Arrange to be home during pick-up.
Arrange with your vendors to require signature upon delivery.
Located in the greater Seattle area of the State of Washington, the Town of Yarrow Point is bordered on three sides by the eastern shoreline of Lake Washington. This peninsula covers approximately 231 acres, has 4.32 miles of streets, and includes about 405 homes housing an estimated population of 1,010 residents.
The town's proximity to the business centers of both Seattle and the Eastside makes it a desirable location. In addition, the sylvan look and feel of this residential community offers residents respite from the many pressures of our modern world. First homesteaded in the late 1880's, the Town was incorporated in June 1959 to preserve its unique characteristics in the face of significant changes throughout the greater Puget Sound region. While one fourth of the homes in Yarrow Point enjoy waterfront locations or water access, the remaining three quarters offer views ranging from expansive to territorial.
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The Town of Yarrow Point is situated at longitude W122° 13' and latitude N47° 39' King County, Washington State. The Town sits approximately 5 miles from downtown Seattle and is bordered by the cities of Kirkland, Clyde Hill, Medina, and the Town of Hunts Point.
Yarrow Point Town Hall is located at:
4030 - 95th Ave NE
Yarrow Point, WA 98004
Phone: (425) 454-6994
Fax: (425) 454-7899
We are open Monday through Thursday (except holidays) from: 8:30am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 4:30pm
Open Friday by appointment only.
The Town of Yarrow Point does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in its programs or activities.