Helpful Links

For more information about the City of Enumclaw and its environs, please consult the following resources below. Please note: Some pages will open a new website. The City of Enumclaw is not responsible for the content of these links.

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  • Enumclaw Area Chamber of Commerce
    • The Enumclaw Area Chamber of Commerce is committed to providing leadership and service to the Enumclaw businesses and community through communication, promotion, education and public service. 
  • Enumclaw Courier-Herald
    • The Courier-Herald is Enumclaw's weekly newspaper.
  • Enumclaw School District
    • Enumclaw School District #216 was organized in 1887, and has provided over 120 years of education opportunities for students living within the boundaries of some 444 square miles.
  • Enumclaw Regional Hospital
    • Enumclaw Regional Hospital is an acute care facility that serves communities in Southeast King and Northeast Pierce counties, including Enumclaw, Black Diamond, Buckley, Carbonado, Orting, South Prairie and Wilkeson.
  • Local Weather
    • Get current weather information at City Hall via Weather Underground.
  • Mount Rainier National Park
    • Established in 1899, Mt. Rainier National Park is America's 5th oldest national park, with 1.7 million visitors annually.
  • Chinook Scenic Byway
    • Travel State Route 410 and follow the glacier-fed White River from Enumclaw, over Chinook Pass, to the fertile valley of Naches. Spectacular views of Mount Rainier, dense forests, towering peaks, rocky ridges and river canyons dominate this journey. Pass by the unique basalt flows of the Columbia Plateau, lush sub-alpine meadows and waterfalls.
  • The Anderson Rhododendron Garden
    • Started in 1962, the world famous garden features 5 acres of Washington's official flower.
  • Enumclaw Forested Foothills Recreation Association
    • EFFRA's vision is to work cooperatively with diverse groups to conserve for future generations the multipurpose use of forested foothills, aquifers, wetlands and wildlife habitat of southeast King County.