Getting around Lake Stevens with Community Transit

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Community Transit is here to get you where you want to go. We are proud to be a part of the Lake Stevens community — we live here, ride here, and drive here. Wherever you need to go in Lake Stevens and beyond, feel good about how you get there.

About Lake Stevens

Lake Stevens is a small city located about six miles East of Everett named for the lake it surrounds. Along with its many residential areas, it has two major commercial centers: downtown and Frontier Village. People traveling to and from the area can choose from four bus routes that serve the Lake Stevens Transit Center. People can also use Community Transit's DART paratransit service and Vanpool services. Multiple parks and trails also offer nearby options for pedestrians and bikers.

Popular Destinations

  • Centennial Trail (Highway 92 Overpass Trailhead)
    3639 127th Dr. NE
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  • Lake Stevens Community Food Bank
    9805 31st PL NE
  • Centennial Trail (Lake Cassidy Wetlands Park & Interpretive Center Trailhead)
    6216 105th Ave. NE
  • Centennial Trail (Rhododendron Trailhead)
    12700 54th PL NE