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Redmond, WA - “Bicycle Capital of the Northwest”
The abundant natural resources in the area brought in many loggers and fisherman and along with them merchants and traders. The logging industry in particular expanded significantly when Eastern Railway built a station in the middle of town. The original plat for was drawn up in 1891 and after finally reaching the requisite population of 300, Redmond, originally known as Salmonberg, was finally incorporated into King County on December 31st, 1912.
Redmond didn’t really experience its major growth spurt until after World War II. The completion of the Evergreen Floating Bridge over Lake Washington allowed Redmond to flourish as a suburb of Seattle. In 1978, the US Census Bureau named Redmond Washington State’s fastest growing city. Since, Redmond has experienced several booms. Namely, the tech boom of the 1980’s and 90’s. Today Redmond is home to several tech companies. Microsoft is a major part of Redmond’s economy and culture providing over 35,000 jobs to the area.