Getting to Know the Community We Serve with Pest Control and Extermination Services for Ants, Spiders, Bees, Wasps, Yellow Jackets, Hornets, Stinging Insects, Rats and Mice, Nuisance Animals, Wildlife Damage Controland Trapping. We Provide Expert Construction Services for Crawl Space and Attic Cleanouts and Repairs, Odor Remediation and Dead Animal Removal, Re-Insulation, Ductwork, and Real Estate Transaction Support.
Mill Creek is a city in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. It is located between the cities of Everett and Lynnwood, approximately 20 miles northeast of Seattle.
The city is one of the wealthiest suburbs in the Seattle metropolitan area and was originally a planned community conceived in the 1970s. The planned development was centered around a country club and golf course, with other development occurring nearby in later phases.
It was incorporated as a city in 1983, shortly after the completion of the first phase of development, and underwent major population growth due to continued suburban development and annexation of nearby areas. The city's downtown area is centered around the Mill Creek Town Center, a mixed-use lifestyle center and retail complex that opened in 2004.
As of 2015, Mill Creek has an estimated workforce population of approx 11,000 people. The largest industry of employment for Mill Creek residents is in educational services and health care.
Mill Creek hosts a twice-annual community garage sale in May and October that was permitted by the covenants of the original development. The event, one of the largest of its kind in the county, brings an influx of outside traffic and is also coordinated with charity donations. The city's chamber of commerce has an annual festival in July, while the town center has weekly concerts during the summertime. The city also hosts annual parades on Memorial Day and Veterans Day. Mill Creek's farmers market runs from June to August and is located in the city hall parking lot.
Mill Creek has ten parks and two other recreational facilities maintained by the city government and located within city limits.