Tulalip Washington

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Tulalip Washington is home to the Tulalip Indian Tribe, nationally recognized, and is located on the Westside of I-5, Marysville is on the Eastside. The Tulalip Indian Reservation is 2,000 acres that is bordered by the Puget Sound in the West, I-5 in the East, Snohomish River in the South and Fire Trail in the North. It was established when the Tulalip Tribe signed the Point Elliott Treaty in 1855 with the former Washington territory.

Since those early years the Tulalip Indian Tribe has transformed into a major destination center that is focused around the Tulalip Resort Casino. There is also a Wal-Mart, Home Depot and the recently opened Quil Ceda Village outlet mall. The area is growing at an impressive rate and right now the lower foundation of the Hotel is being constructed, it should be done soon. To go along with all the development and resort theme, there has been rumors, only rumors at this point, that Tulalip Washington is planning to build a theme park as well. Hello Roller Coasters :)

Tulalip is going to be a strong economic center for Snohomish County for years to come and they are planning make it a major destination resort in Western Washington.

The entrance to the Tulalip Casino in Tulalip Washington.

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Jacqulyn Richey
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Sounds like a lot is going on there. All that construction certainly won't hurt the local economy! -Charles
March 06, 2007 08:16 PM #1
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The Marysville/Snohomish County micro economy is very strong and construction is happening everyone in this area. Over the last 20 years we have been on a steady climb of growth as people move farther away from Seattle. The service sectors is finally growing to keep up/catch up with current population levels.

March 07, 2007 12:00 PM #2
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Matthew Pellerin
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That's a really cool photo Toby!

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March 07, 2007 03:00 PM #3
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Thanks Matt...it makes me want to go whale watching this summer...sshhh don't tell my dad I am borrowing his boat :P
March 07, 2007 07:12 PM #4
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