Snohomish County is proud to be home to Boeing and the largest manufacturing plant in the world

Opportunity zones such as the Cascade Industrial Center offer plenty of space for aerospace suppliers to grow

Generations of Boeing employees have made our community diverse, lively and a destination for plane and travel lovers

Our 50-plus year partnership with Boeing in Everett has positively shaped our community

Snohomish County is the best place for continued growth in aerospace and aviation in America

The largest concentration of manufacturing jobs in the western United States

1,400 aerospace businesses & hundreds of thousands of jobs

Our region is a hub for innovation

Washington and Snohomish County lead the nation for aerospace and are innovating for the future of aerospace and advanced manufacturing

We share a generational bond with Boeing

We have grown stronger and gone farther, together. And there is plenty of runway left.
  • New commercial airport at Paine Field
     
  • Our temperate climate ensures year-round production
  • Washington is 4th in the nation for port volume
     
  • Link Light Rail to Paine Field estimated to open in 2036

Our temperate climate ensures year-round production

A gold standard workforce and a strong educational pipeline

#1 in the nation for volume of trained aerospace production workers and aerospace engineers

The Washington Aerospace Technical Training and Research Center calls Snohomish County home

Washington high schools offer the two-year Core Plus Aerospace education program

National leader in quality and quantity of aerospace labor and education opportunity

The Advanced Manufacturing Training and Education Center is providing state-of-the-art training for aerospace careers

Our Champions

In the News

Oxfam report: Washington state is the #1 state for working families — Oxfam

Don't let Boeing's 787 line fly to S.C. — Seattle Times

Boeing might end 787 production in Everett; 777X delayed — HeraldNet

Saving Everett’s 787 line ‘worth a try,’ but it’s a heavy lift — HeraldNet

Analyst: Boeing shouldn't consolidate Dreamliner production — Puget Sound Business Journal

The impacts of the global pandemic are far reaching. Locally, tough decisions are in store for the aerospace and aviation industry. Boeing, the largest employer in our state, is no exception.

Company leaders will soon make a major decision about the most efficient way to manufacture the 787 Dreamliner

The #BetterWithBoeing campaign is committed to seeing Washington continue its decades-long partnership

To join the campaign and show your support for Boeing’s growth in our state, contact t.ryan@snoco.org 

Get Involved

Use the hashtag #BetterWithBoeing  to share why you think Boeing will benefit by continuing 787 production in Washington state. 

The #BetterWithBoeing campaign is committed to seeing Washington continue its decades-long partnership.

Our region is a hub for innovation

Washington and Snohomish County lead the nation for aerospace and are innovating for the future of aerospace and advanced manufacturing

1,400 aerospace businesses & hundreds of thousands of jobs

The largest concentration of manufacturing jobs in the western United States

Our temperate climate ensures year-round production.

We are prepared to build for the future in a beautiful environment uniquely resilient to the effects of climate change and natural disasters

  • New commercial airport at Paine Field
     
  • Our temperate climate ensures year-round production
     
  • Washington is 4th in the nation for port volume
     
  • Link Light Rail to Paine Field estimated to open in 2036