Getting around Mukilteo with Community Transit

Bus driving in the city of Mukilteo with the lighthouse and a ferry in the background.

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


About Mukilteo

Mukilteo is located on the Puget Sound between Everett and Edmonds. According to 2020 Census estimates, it has a population of 21,414. Several large neighborhoods are part of Mukilteo, including Chennault Beach, Harbour Pointe, Olympus Terrace, and Picnic Point.

Major employers in Mukilteo include the Mukilteo School District, Boeing Technical Center, Electroimpact, Rane, Kaas Tailored, Synrad, and Travis Industries.

Mukilteo serves as a major transportation hub. People can connect to the Washington State Ferries system at the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal, which offers service to Whidbey Island on the Clinton ferry.

Sounder commuter trains to Seattle, and bus routes to nearby cities provided by Community Transit and Everett Transit are also available. Other options include DART paratransit service and Vanpool. Several parks and trails also offer nearby options for pedestrians and bikers.

Explore Mukilteo with Rick Steves

Join us as we explore the charming town of Mukilteo. Check out its popular dining and retail corridor, hike or bike the Japanese Gulch trails, explore the historic Mukilteo Lighthouse Park, and learn about the rich culture and history of the Snohomish people and the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal inspired by their longhouses. Connect to other regional travel via the ferry and local bus service

Visit the Rick Steves Destinations video series 

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