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Blaine, WA City Information

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Population / Demographics of Blaine, WA

County: Whatcom County

"Known as the Peace Arch City, Blaine is nestled in the northwest corner of Washington State sitting on the international border between British Columbia, Canada and the United States. The City of Blaine epitomizes the best of small town charm and is strong in maritime heritage."

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Population of Blaine

At 2010 census:4,684
2016 estimate: 5,164

Demographics of Blaine

White 82.5%
African American 0.2%
Asian 7.9%
Native/Alaskan Native 0.6%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 1.2%
Hispanic or Latino 4.3%

Blaine / Whatcom County Economy

Unemployment rate - 4.5%
Job growth from Sep 2004 to Sep 2014 - 0.96%
Future job growth 2014-2024 - 1.4%
(Source: Washington State Employment Securities Department) Property Tax - Average Blaine - 10.09%

Top 5 Kitsap County Employers

1. St Joseph Hospital
2. Lummi Nation
3. Bellingham Public Schools
4. Whatcom County
5. Western Washington University

Whatcom County Voting

Republican - 37.2%
Democrat - 54.9%
Independent - 7.9%
(Source: /results/map/president /washington/)

Blaine Median Housing Cost

Multiple sources of data have given ranges of $260,000 - $300,000 approximately for the median housing cost in Blaine. A gap in median housing cost like this typically reflects a continued jump in home values. Like much of the Puget Sound in the Greater Seattle area, home values have continued to climb. Blaine may be gaining in value due to the continued migration of retirees and others moving south or north of Seattle in an attempt to escape traffic and high housing costs.

Blaine Highest/Lowest Temps

January low - 35
January high -
July low -
July high - 73

Notable Things To Do In or Near Blaine

• Whistler-Blackcomb Ski Resort, B.C. Canada
• Bellingham Waterfront
• Mt. Baker Ski Resort
• North Cascades National Park
• San Juan Islands
• Victoria, B.C., Canada
• Vancouver Island, Canada

Distance from Blaine in Miles

Blaine to Seattle: (via I-5 S) 1 h 40 min - 2 h 20 min (111 miles)

Blaine to Vancouver, BC: (via BC-99 N) 45 min - 1 h 20 min (32.3 miles)

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