Mount_Baker,_Seattle Latitude and Longitude:

47°35′00″N 122°17′30″W / 47.58333°N 122.29167°W / 47.58333; -122.29167
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Mount Baker
Mount Baker neighborhood, aerial from the northwest
Mount Baker neighborhood, aerial from the northwest
Map of Mount Baker's location in Seattle
Map of Mount Baker's location in Seattle
Country United States
State Washington
City Seattle
City CouncilDistrict 3 and District 2
Neighborhood CouncilSoutheast District [1]
Police DistrictSouth Precinct R2 [2]
ZIP code
98144, 98118

Mount Baker is a neighborhood in southeast Seattle. The neighborhood's name comes from the view of Mount Baker in Whatcom County, that is seen by looking north over Lake Washington. It is bounded by Lake Washington to the east, Interstate 90 and then Leschi to the north, Rainier Valley to the west, and Columbia City to the south. The neighborhood has a community club and a rowing team. [3] It hosts Seattle's annual Seafair, which includes an airshow featuring the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, hydroplane races, a fireworks show, and other festivities. [4] Franklin High School and Garfield High School serve this area. It is part of Seattle's South End.

Mount Baker Community Club

The Mount Baker Community Club is a volunteer non-profit neighborhood association located next to Mount Baker Park. The organization hosts community and private events at the Mount Baker Community Clubhouse, as well as park and open space stewardship programs around the Mount Baker neighborhood. [5] In addition, the organization publishes a newsletter to support members with community news, events and historical interest stories. [6]

Places of worship

In 2021, Our Lady of Mount Virgin was named as one of three Catholic churches facing closure in a reorganisation plan by the Archdiocese of Seattle. [7]

Schools and parks

Seattle Public Schools

Seattle Parks & Recreations parks, dog parks and open spaces


  1. ^ "City Neighborhood Council" - -
  2. ^ "South Precinct Contacts - The Seattle Police Department" -
  3. ^ "Mount Baker Rowing and Sailing Center" -
  4. ^ "Neighborhood of the week: Mount Baker" Seattle Times, October 21, 2011-
  5. ^ "Programs - Mount Baker Community Club" -
  6. ^ "The View - Mount Baker Community Club" -
  7. ^ "Seattle Archdiocese plan to close churches stirs sadness, anger and resistance". Seattle Times. 7 August 2021. Retrieved 8 August 2021.
  8. ^ About Us – Hawthorne Elementary School
  9. ^ Blue Dog Pond – Seattle Parks & Recreation
  10. ^ Bradner Gardens Park – Seattle Parks & Recreation
  11. ^ Mount Baker Boulevard – Seattle Parks & Recreation
  12. ^ Mount Baker Park – Seattle Parks & Recreation
  13. ^ Sam Smith Park – Seattle Parks & Recreation

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47°35′00″N 122°17′30″W / 47.58333°N 122.29167°W / 47.58333; -122.29167