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Relocate to Camano Island Washington

Relocate to Camano Island Washington

Considering a relocation to Camano Island Washington? You probably have a lot of questions so I want to hopefully prepare you for the move as best as I can with resources and links to valuable information, utilities, and things you should know about Camano Island.


Camano Island is technically a Census-designated place in Island County Washington. It’s home to about 18,000 residents. Its closest city is Stanwood, pretty much the only access route to the mainland and Interstate 5. The population peaks during the summer months with retired “Snowbirds”.

Relocate to Camano Island – Moving Resources

Camano Schools


Camano Island Utilities:

**** If you live on Camano Island here is a list of utility providers in your area. For Stanwood, click here for a list of your utility providers. ****

Waste Management (Garbage & Recycling)
Phone:  (800) 592-9995

Snohomish County Public Utility Department (PUD
Phone: (425) 783-1000

Camano Island Transfer Station & Recycle Park
Address: 75 NE Camano Dr, Camano Island, WA 98282
Phone:(360) 387-9696

Public Works Clean Water Utility

Call Before You Dig – Public Works

Stanwood Post Office (There is no Post Office on the Island)


Island Transit operates a free bus service connecting Camano Island to Stanwood, with onward connections to Mount Vernon, Everett, and Amtrak Cascades.

Relocate to Camano Island Washington

Camano Island Events:

  • The Port Susan Snow Goose & Birding Festival (Feb)
  • The Camano Island Mother’s Day Art Studio Tour (May)
  • The Spring Art Show (June)
  • Twin City Idlers Classic Car Show (June) 
  • Art by the Bay, The Stanwood–Camano Festival of Art and Music (July)
  • Vintage Trailer Show (July) 
  • The Stanwood Camano Community Fair (August) 
  • Collectors Car Show (August)
  • The Harvest Jubilee (Sept)
  • The AAUW Art for Education Show (October)
  • The Stanwood–Camano Chili & Chowder Cookoff (November)

Moving Companies for Camano Island

The City of Stanwood sits at the bottom of the Stillaguamish River. Its location provides wonderful recreation opportunities. However, it also presents challenges, especially during times of heavy rain when the rivers rise and overflow their normal channels.



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