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About Covington, WA
King County is the home of Covington, Washington. Covington had a population of 17,360 people, according to what the 2011 census reported. Since the year 2000, this population represented a 27.90% increase in the population of Covington.
The spirit and history of Covington dates back more than a century, although Covington is a new community. Originally Covington was an annual gathering location for the local Indians and was known as Jenkins Prairie. That name is still being used for the Elementary School at Jenkins Creek.
A surveyor named Covington was commissioned by the Northern Pacific Railroad to establish a railroad line between Kanasket and Auburn during the 1880's. During this effort a community was born when a railroad stop was named in his honor.
Just southwest of the Covington depot at the junction of the Northern Pacific Railroad and Soos Creek, the Covington Lumber was established in 1890. A 30 foot tall dam was constructed in order to create a log pond. The Fish and Wildlife Department required a fish ladder for the salmon even back then. The lumber mill was also the home of a shingle factory but could produce 6,000 board feet of lumber every hour. The mill town of Covington and the company were located approximately four miles southwest of what is currently known as QFC.
Other lumbermen were soon attracted to the community because of the abundance of water and timber. The Award Lumber Co. was located approximately three miles east of Auburn. Just north of the whistle stop on Jenkins Creek, a man named Charlie Meredith constructed a mill. Three partners started the Covington Creek Mill, which was one of the most well-known mills in the region.
The small community had a fire station, feed mill, loan office, post office, store, and school by the 1900's, and other services soon followed. As a result of a feud with the merchants of Kent and the high prices, Granger's Cooperative was established. About that time, a cemetery was established, known as the Meridian Cemetery.
By this time Covington also had phone service. A party line for the farers cost $12 each year and a refund was provided if there wasn't any problem with the lines. The year 1911 saw the printing of the Covington telephone directory.
A school district was established in Covington in 1937. The school was housed in a building on what is currently known as the Kent-Black Diamond Road. The school bell could be heard for miles around on the days when the school was in session. This school bell was restored and donated to where it remains to this day, which is the Covington Elementary School, after the old schoolhouse burned down.
There is a unique family atmosphere as the community continues to expand with neighborhoods of single family housing units. Within the next 20 years an estimated 5,000 more family units are expected to be constructed.
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