The Puget Sound region is an amazing place to live. It’s a canvas for picturesque backdrops, majestic sunsets, and is home to hundreds of living plants and animals. It’s one big neighborhood, with 2,500 miles of shoreline and hundreds of rivers and streams that empty into it. Puget Sound is also a marketplace for thriving industry, supporting commercial fishing, millions of tourists and shipping containers through the ports.
Our Puget Sound lifestyle and culture reflects the special place in which we live. It’s where we fish, boat, ski, row, swim, whale watch, beach-comb, hike, bike, run, garden, do yoga and so much more. Whether you enjoy preparing a feast of local foods, volunteering to plant trees, or paddling your kayak, there are many ways for you to engage and celebrate as part of the Puget Sound community.