Population: 115,000
Humans: 86%
Elves: 6%
Dwarves: 1%
Orks: 5%
Trolls: 1%
Other: 1%
Size: 217 sq. km.
Population Density: 530/km2
Per Capita Income: 34,000¥ (as of 2072)
34,000¥ (as of 2050)
Below Poverty Level: Unknown
On Fortune's Active Traders List: <1%
Corporate-Affiliated: 71%
Felonious Crime Rate: Unknown
Less Than 12 Years: 23%
High School Equivalency: 52%
College Degrees: 20%
Advanced Degrees: 5%
Hospitals: 8
Local Telecomm Grid Access No: 17206
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Snohomish is one of Seattle's districts.


Snohomish has large tracts of mountains, hills and woodlands, along with developed land controlled by agribusiness. It is a far cry from the steel towers and plastcrete canyons of the rest of Seattle.

The District of Snohomish is bounded on the northeast by the lands of the Salish-Shidhe, on the southeast by the District of Redmond, on the south by the northwest by the District of Everett. The Snohomish River and its tributaries meander through flat fertile lands in the eastern half of the district. Away from the river valleys, rolling hills dominate this peaceful district.


Snohomish is one of the most sparsely populated Districts. Seventy percent of the residents work outside of Snohomish, which makes commuter traffic quite heavy along every highway going in and out of the district.

Culturally, the district has German and Scandinavian heritage.


In 2048, Mike Walkstrong replaced Daniel Feddersen as the district's mayor. One of the major elements of his time was reducing the influence of Humanis Policlub in the district. This continued through 2050s and 2060s.


Primarily agricultural. There is a conflict between major agribusinesses and small farm owners in the area.

Lone Star Security Ratings

This data is valid for 2050s-2060s. Data for 2070s has not been published.

  • AA: Bothell, Mountain Terrace
  • A: Snohomish
  • B: Brier, Kennard’s Corner (some areas), Malthby, Monroe (some areas), Turner Corner
  • C: Cathcart, Kennard’s Corner (some areas), Lynnwood, Monroe (some areas), Trasher’s Corner



  • Brier Hotel - Family-style hotel. Decaying old hotel the Mafia would like to buy out, but one of the sisters who owns it refuses to sell
  • Snohomish Sheraton - Luxury hotel


Bars & Nightclubs


Government Buildings


Medical Facilities


Nothing major, small local gangs are present.


  • The only statistic that changed from 2050 to 2072 was income, as indicated in the infobox. Other statistics were unchanged or were not reported more than once. Infoboxes for specific decades can be found in on the first page of relevant sourcebooks (see sources).
  • 2072 book did not provide an update on any topics but places of interest



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