Monroe is the crossroads between urban Puget Sound and the vast rugged playground of the central Cascades of Washington. It's a location where you can have your amenities but still live within just minutes from outdoor adventures. Lots of activities take place in town as well. Monroe hosts many events at the Evergreen Speedway, the Evergreen State Fairgrounds and at Lake Tye. Monroe has a historic downtown with many boutique shops, cuisines, bakeries, a brewery and a local museum. Other attractions include the Western Heritage Museum and Reptile Zoo. Monroe has a population in 2012 of around 17,500 with a median household income of 65,000. The estimated median house or condo value in 2011 was around $244,000.
Main Street with the smokestack, a remnant of the Carnation Plant.
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