The City of Sultan is a small growing community that lies east of Monroe where the Sultan and Skykomish rivers meet in Snohomish County. This quiet town is home to nearly 5,000 residents who enjoy the quiet charm and rich heritage of the City of Sultan. The growing community offers residents and visitors many easily accessible amenities, fun local activities, and local parks to enjoy the outdoors. The City of Sultan is just 12 minutes from Monroe, 31 minutes from Everett and one hour from Seattle and Stevens Pass. This small but growing community of the City of Sultan has many beautiful homes to offer home buyers.
The rich heritage of the City of Sultan dates back to the 1870s gold rush. Other industries including farming, logging and mining grew during these early years and in 1905 the city became incorporated. By 1968 the City of Sultan would mark another historical moment by hosting America’s first outdoor air festival, the Sky River Rock Festival, preceding Woodstock by one year. Today the City of Sultan is better known as a destination for the outdoor enthusiast who enjoys fishing, hiking, rafting and other exciting outdoor activities.
The City of Sultan School District has two high schools; Sultan High School and Sky Vally Options High School. There is one middle school, the Sultan Middle School and two elementary schools. In addition, the school district also maintains a virtual schooling option, Columbia Virtual Academy.
Residents of this growing community enjoy great outdoor amenities offered by local parks within the city and in neighboring communities. Local parks offer a little something for everyone to enjoy including ball fields, hiking trails, and fishing. Salmon and Steelhead are just a cast away for the fishing enthusiasts!
Come July, the City of Sultan really comes alive for a 3-day street fair known as the ‘Sultan Shindig’. The 3-day event is chock full of fun with a carnival, food, crafts and live entertainment. The city has several other fun events planned throughout the year including the Sultan Harvest Festival and Winterfest.
The City of Sultan is a growing community that continues to maintain a small town charm. Local conveniences are minutes away within Sultan. Outdoor adventures and fun city events abound making the City of Sultan and its growing community a great place to live. For more information about the City of Sultan, please visit the links below.