Town of Darrington




Nestled among the forested foothills and impressive peaks of the North Cascades, Darrington is a small town with picturesque views and world-class recreational opportunities.

Only 1.5 hours from Seattle, the town is the gateway to the outdoors, offering countless adventures along three wild and

scenic rivers - the Stillaguamish, Sauk, and Suiattle - and the vast network of public lands, including three wilderness areas

- Boulder River, Henry M. Jackson, and Glacier Peak - where some of the most spectacular views and experiences await. Hiking, camping, biking, climbing, fishing, horseback riding, guided rafting, and more -

Darrington has it all! Come visit and explore some of the best hikes, adventures and small town hospitality Snohomish County has to offer.


Want more information on what to do and where to go in Darrington and the surrounding Stillaguamish Valley? Check out our new tourism website!

www.destinationdarrington.com





Community Meeting on 2017 Town of Darrington Street Projects

July 14th 6:00 PM

The meeting will be held in the Library Conference Room located at 1005 Cascade Ave, Darrington WA 98241






Come and enjoy Darrington's Annual 4th of July Parade and Mansford Grange Community Fair! Click HERE for parade details


Looking for Fireworks Use information? Check out Links and Resources for the most current information regarding fireworks usage within Darrington town limits





Arlington-Darrington is now a Finalist in the America's Best Communities competition!

Check out the Arlington-Darrington Facebook Page for competition coverage and updates!




Join Us: Be part of Darrington's Future

A Road-Map for Darrington

This is an opportunity for the Darrington community to set direction and choose projects that are right for Darrington


Stay tuned for upcoming meetings so you can become involved!


Click on the links below to view and download a copy of the plans:

The North Stillaguamish Valley Economic Redevelopment Plan

The Arlington-Darrington ABC Community Revitilization Plan







Please see SR 530 Landslide Donation Information