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Top 10 Biggest Seattle Suburbs

Can you name the biggest cities in the Greater Seattle Area?
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Last updated: August 8, 2022
First submittedDecember 29, 2017
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Rank
Population
Suburb
5
157,752
Bellevue
6
145,424
Kent
8
109,957
Renton
10
103,374
Federal Way
11
100,853
Kirkland
Rank
Population
Suburb
14
90,672
Auburn
17
77,078
Redmond
19
71,191
Sammamish
23
59,728
Shoreline
25
55,816
Burien
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Level 25
Apr 12, 2018
I feel like Everett would be on this list
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Level 49
Dec 16, 2018
It is too far away from Seattle. Maybe if Everett was on this list Tacoma would be on the list too.
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Level 72
May 31, 2020
If you aren't including Everett or Tacoma I don't see why Federal Way counts. If anything it's a suburb of Tacoma (and parts of the city are further away from Seattle than Tacoma is). I'd argue the same for Auburn using your current definition.
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Level 49
Jun 2, 2020
Federal way is closer than both tacoma and everett in time to go to each city by car (Fastest rout)
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Level 74
Nov 24, 2020
What's your point? There is continuous development between the cities and they have close economic ties. Bellevue, Tacoma, and Everett (usually) are all considered part of the Seattle metro area.