Water Tower

Water Tower at Heritage Park
located behind humble house

The Water Tower was originally built on the Demonstration Farm in 1917 to provide water to the farm and the surrounding residences. The water tower was powered by an electric pump through an underground electric system that connected to the interurban railway. Along with the Superintendent’s Cottage, it was rescued during freeway interchange construction in 1997 and relocated to Heritage Park.

Renovation of the historic Water Tower was completed in 2022.

The project was supported by:

  • Elizabeth Ruth Wallace Living Trust
  • Lynnwood Parks & Recreation Foundation
  • Snohomish County Historic Preservation Commission
  • Washington State Historical Society

Heritage Park is open for tours each year during the summer History & Heritage Days events.



19921 Poplar Way, Lynnwood 98036  View Map

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