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With a thriving downtown core – featuring boutique retail as well as various ethnic markets and restaurants that attract diners from across the region –Burien is recognized as one of Puget Sound’s hottest up-and-coming cities.

-Greater Seattle Info Guide 2016-17

Burien stretches along six miles of Puget Sound shoreline with a view of Mt. Rainier; this is a great central location to zip anywhere you need to be. Seattle is 12 minutes north, Sea-Tac airport is five minutes east, and both Tacoma and east Bellevue are both only 30 minutes away. Housing choices range from ramblers, starter homes, elegant high-end homes, condominiums, to apartments of all sizes, including senior apartments.

Population 48,810

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City Hall 206-241-4647,

400 SW 152nd St #300, Burien WA 98166

School District Highline School District No. 401, 253-931-6779


Gas/Electricity PSE 888-225-5773


King County Dist. 20 (206) 243-9575

King County Dist. 49 (206) 242-8535

Highline Water District (206) 824-0375

Water District 125 (206) 242-9547

Telephone CenturyLink 800-244-1111

Refuse/ Recycling 

Republic Services 425-452-4762 or

Waste Management 800-592-9995

Typical Tax Rate King County $13.05/$1,000 Assessed Value

Median Household Income $52,140

Average Rent 2bd $1,500

Source: Greater Seattle InfoGuide 2016-17

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