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About Des Moines, WA
King County is the home of Des Moines, Washington. Des Moines had a population of 29,763 people, according to the census that was taken in the year 2011. Since the year 2000, this population represents 1.70% increase in the population of Des Moines.
There is significant evidence that both the Duwamish Indian tribe and the Muckleshoot Indian tribe came to Des Moines to catch clams and fish, although there isn't any conformation that either of these Indian tribes had permanent settlements in the area.
In 1792, British Captain George Vancouver was the first European to locate what is currently known as Des Moines while he was exploring the area. Between the years 1838 and 1842, the US exploring expedition led by a man named Charles Wilkes were the first people from American to arrive in the region. In 1867, a man named John Moore was considered to be the first known settler. In 1872, the homestead claim submitted by Mr. Moore was granted.
Four men named John Kleeb, F. A. Blasher, Charles Johnson, and Orin Barlow incorporated the Des Moines City Improvement Co. who platted the region into lots for sale in 1889. The main means of employment in the small community was the lumber mills.
The primary mode of transportation to Des Moines was water during the early days. The Mosquito Fleet offered transportation to Tacoma, Vashon Island, and Seattle. In 1916, the Brick Highway, which was the first road, was completed. Also in 1916, the first ferry service for vehicles across Puget Sound between Portage and Des Moines opened. In 1921, the operation of this ferry service ceased. Farming was the driver of the local economy prior to WW II.
Des Moines became a community of suburbs after the war. As the nearby community of Kent started annexing land, the year 1959 saw the incorporation of Des Moines. The residents were opposed to becoming a part of Kent and voted to become their own community. The incorporation permitted the residents of Des Moines to have more control over local problems that pertained to the intrusion of noise and air traffic from the north at the Sea Tac Airport, development of the community and infrastructure. This incorporation was in response to the county government's inability to provide the level of local control and service that the residents of Des Moines wanted, largely as a result of the ever increasing population of the community.
In 1970, the most visible asset of the community was opened, which is the small boat marina that will berth 838 people. At the north end of the marina, a fishing pier made form aluminum and concrete that is 670 feet long was built in 1980.
These days, Des Moines has a population of almost 30,000 people. The Des Moines marina is a critical centerpiece of the community, although the ferries have been gone for a long time. People still come from Tacoma and Seattle on hot afternoons in the summertime to take advantage of the waterfront of the community. Some of these people will wind up staying longer than they originally expected much the same as in the past.
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