Woodinville is recently incorporated city in King County with heavily wooded residential areas, waterfront parks on the Sammamish River, light industrial and commercial businesses and more than 40 wineries and breweries.

Located in the lush Sammamish Valley, the Woodinville address also includes some parts of unincorporated King County (Cottage Lake) and Snohomish County (Malby).Woodinville began as a logging town but is now a wine-tasting tourist destination with several large wineries and small boutique wineries. It also boasts some lovely landscape nurseries.

Woodinville is located 31 miles northeast of Seattle's central business district, 25 miles from the Port of Seattle and 15 minutes north of Bellevue via Interstate 405.

Incorporated in 1993, Woodinville has a population of approximately 9,250 people in 5.7 square miles.


Woodinville is accessed on the east side of Lake Washington from Bellevue and Kirkland via the Interstate 405. From Seattle, motorists often take NE Bothell Way at the north end of Lake Washington through Bothell to Woodinville. From Redmond, motorists take either Avondale Road or Willows Road.


Woodinville has quite a few distinct neighborhoods or areas: East Wellington,West Wellington, Wedge, North Industrial, Woodinville Heights, Reinwood/Leota, Lower West Ridge, Upper West Ridge and Tourist.


The Northshore School District serves Woodinville with Woodinville High School which is on the list of America's Best High Schools.