Brier is a small, suburban town in Snohomish County, about fifteen miles north of Seattle. The city’s vision for future development is to keep it in harmony with the status quo.  And since the status quo is spacious homesites in wooded enclaves, nine small parks with lots of open green space – intimate and simple – that is a good thing.  The major community event, held in August, is a play on Seafair called SeaScare, and it consists of a Porch Light Parade, nautical themes, and a classic movie screening.  It celebrates nostalgia and small-town charm, which is just the way Brier likes it.  Close to the new light rail, a commuter’s dream…conveniently located between I-5 and I-405.  Traditionally pasture lands, now home to million-dollar homes on large pieces of property.  Country style living while still being close to town.  Home to Brier Pizza.

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