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Drivers License Insurance
Broad Form Insurance in King County covers you to drive any car. Owned or Not. Perfect if you own several cars or you frequently borrow cars and want to make sure you are covered.
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Protect your your property in King County. If it is damaged by a fire or stolen, how much would you need to replace it all? Also satisfy your landlord!
Traveling to Mexico from Seattle? Get Mexican car insurance for a day, a week, or even a full year if you travel back and forth to Mexico frequently.
About King County
King County was formed December 1852, by the Oregon Territory legislature and was named after the newly elected Vice President of the United States, William R. King, under President Franklin Pierce. Seattle was made the county seat the next month.
In February 1986, a motion was passed by the King County Council to change the county namesake to Martin Luther King Jr. . One of the reasons given for the change was that “William Rufus DeVane King, like George Washington was a slave owner and a ‘gentle slave monger’ according to John Quincy Adams.” The change was made official in April 2005 when Governor Christine Gregoire signed Senate Bill 5332 into law, which provided that “King county is renamed in honor of the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr.” effective July 24, 2005.
King County Communities
Cities in King County include Algona, Auburn, Bellevue, Black Diamond, Bothell, Burien, Carnation, Clyde Hill, Covington, Des Moines, Duvall, Enumclaw, Federal Way, Issaquah, Kenmore, Kent, Kirkland, Lake Forest Park, Maple Valley, Medina, Mercer Island, Milton, Newcastle, Normandy Park, North Bend, Pacific, Redmond, Renton, Sammamish, SeaTac, Seattle (the county seat), Shoreline, Snoqualmie, Tukwila, and Woodinville.
King County Landmarks and Points of Interest
- William and Estella Adair Farm, 27929 NE 100th St., Carnation, Wa
- Horatio and Laura Allen Farm, 28704 NE Cherry Valley Rd., Duvall, Wa
- Arthur Foss, Moss Bay waterfront, Kirkland, Wa
- Auburn Post Office, 20 Auburn Ave. NE, Auburn, Wa
- Auburn Public Library, 306 Auburn Ave., Auburn, Wa
- Black Diamond Cemetery, Cemetery Hill Rd., Black Diamond, Wa
- Oscar Blomeen House, 324 B St. NE., Auburn, Wa
- William E. Boeing House, Huckleberry Ln., Highlands, Wa
- Bothell Pioneer Cemetery, Jct. of 108th Ave. NE. and NE. 180th St., Bothell, Wa
- Brandes House, 2202 212th Ave. SE., Sammamish, Wa
- Camp North Bend, 45509 SE. 150th St., North Bend, Wa
- Dr. Reuben Chase House, 17819 113th Ave. NE, Bothell, Wa
- James W. Clise House, 6046 Lake Sammamish Pkwy., NE, Redmond, Wa
- Colvos Store, 123rd Ave. SW and Cove Rd., Vashon, Wa
- Covenant Beach Bible Camp, Cliff Ave. and 220th St., Des Moines, Wa
- Covington Electrical Substation, Bonneville Power Administration, 28401 Covington Way SE, Covington, Wa
- Dockton Hotel, 260th St. SE and 99th Ave. SW, Dockton, Wa
- John and Kate Dougherty Farmstead, 26524 NE Cherry Valley Rd., Duvall, Wa
- James G. Eddy House and Grounds, 1005 Evergreen Point Rd., Medina, Wa
- Falls City Masonic Hall, 4304 337th Place SE, Fall City, Wa
- Gaffney’s Lake Wilderness Lodge, 22500 SE 248th St., Maple Valley, Wa
- Great Northern Depot, Jct. of Railroad Ave. and 4th St, Skykomish, Wa
- Andrew and Bergette Hjertoos Farm, 31523 NE 40th, Carnation, Wa
- Hollywood Farm, SE of Woodinville at 14111 NE 145th St., Woodinville, Wa
- Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) Hall No. 148, 3940 Tolt Ave., Carnation, Wa
- Issaquah Depot, Rainier Ave. N, Issaquah, Wa
- Issaquah Sportsmen’s Club, 23600 SE Evans St., Issaquah, Wa
- Lilly Kirk House, 19619 100th Ave. NE, Bothell, Wa
- Peter Kirk Building, 620 Market St., Kirkland, Wa
- Kirkland Women’s Club, 407 First St., Kirkland, Wa
- Lakeview School, Island Crest Way and S.E. Sixty-eighth St., Mercer Island, Wa
- Lester Depot, US Forest Service Rd. 212, Green River Watershed, Lester, Wa
- Masonic Lodge Building, 700 Market St., Kirkland, Wa
- Masonic Temple-Auburn, 10 Auburn Way S., Auburn, Wa
- McGrath Cafe and Hotel (The McGrath), 101 W. North Bend Way, North Bend, Wa
- Messenger of Peace Chapel Car, 38625 SE King St., Snoqualmie, Wa
- Mukai Cold Process Fruit Barrelling Plant, 18005, 18017 107th Ave. SW, Vashon, Wa
- Aaron Neely Sr., Mansion, E of Auburn off WA 18, Auburn, Wa
- Louis and Ellen Olson House, 1513 Griffin Ave., Enumclaw, Wa
- Patton Bridge, Green Valley Rd. over the Green R., Auburn, Wa
- Pickering Farm, 21809 SE 56th St., Issaquah, Wa
- Point Robinson Light Station, NE end of Maury Island in Puget Sound, Vashon Island, Wa
- Redmond City Park, 7802 168th Ave NE, Redmond, Wa
- RELIEF (lightship), Central Waterfront at Moss Bay, Kirkland, Wa
- St. Edward Seminary, 14445 Juanita Dr. NE, Kenmore, Wa
- Joshua Sears Building, 701 Market St., Kirkland, Wa
- Selleck Historic District, SE 252nd, Selleck, Wa
- Snoqualmie Depot, 109 King St., Snoqualmie, Wa
- Snoqualmie Falls, Snoqualmie R. below crossing of WA 522, Snoqualmie, Wa
- Snoqualmie Falls Cavity Generating Station, N of Snoqualmie on Snoqualmie River, Snoqualmie, Wa
- Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Power Plant Historic District, WA 202, .5 mi. N of Snoqualmie, Snoqualmie, Wa
- Sorenson House, 10011 W. Riverside Dr., Bothell, Wa
- Helmer and Selma Steen House, 10924 SW Cove Rd., Vashon, Wa
- Stevens Pass Historic District, West of Berne on U.S. 2, Berne, Wa
- TOURIST II (auto ferry), 25 Lake Shore Plaze, Marina Park, Kirkland, Wa
- Tracy House, 18971 Edgecliff Dr. SW., Normandy Park, Wa
- Trommald Building, 1523-1525 Cole St., Enumclaw, Wa
- Tukwila School, 14475 59th Ave., S., Tukwila, Wa
- Vashon Hardware Store, 17601 99th Ave. SW, Vashon, Wa
- Vincent School, 8010 W. Snoqualmie Valley Rd., Carnation, Wa
- Frederick W. Winters House, 2102 Bellevue Way, SE., Bellevue, Wa
- F. W. Woolworth Company Store, 724 S. 3rd St., Renton, Wa
- Harry Vanderbilt Wurdemann House, 17602 Bothell Way NE, Lake Forest Park, Wa
- The Yellowstone Road, 196th St., Redmond, Wa
King County Sources
- King County, WA – Wikipedia
- National Register of Historic Places in King County, Wa – Wikipedia
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