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About Fife, WA
Pierce County is the home of Fife, Washington. The census that was taken in the year 2011 reported that Fife had a population of 9,176 people. Since the year 2000 this represented a 91.80% increase in the population of Fife at that time.
In 1940, Fife was described something to the effect of being at a valley crossroads between a district of gardening by truck that is represented by a enormous dance hall with a balloon roof, many different shops, taverns, and several different markets in the middle of thickly settled berry growing community. The population of Fife was 135 people during the 1940's. February 11, 1957 brought the official incorporation of the small community of Fife.
Fife is a small community that is mainly made up business by the side of the side of the highway such as automobile dealerships ad is located east of Tacoma. Located beyond the incorporated bounds of the community on a hill is the small community of Fife Heights, which is mainly a residential region.
The community leaders of Fife believed that they need to establish the community as being an autonomous one as a result of the ever increasing amount of traffic that was traveling between Tacoma and Puyallup. These community leaders didn't want Fife to become an intermediate region State Route 167 and Interstate 5 (I-5).
A Lt. Col. in the field during the insurrection of the Philippines, once the head of the National Guard, a prospector in the Yukon, and a prominent lawyer in Tacoma named William J. Fife is the namesake of the community of Fife.
One of the most popular attractions in Fife is located in the former home of a member of the original City Council named Louis Dacca, which is currently known as the Fife History Museum. Some land next to the Dacca home as well as the Dacca home itself is located on some land that was once farmed by the familyand in the year 2000 were bought by the community of Fife. Dacca Park is now located on this farmland, and the Dacca home has been converted into the history museum, where there are regularly changed exhibits.
The largest community celebration that is held in Fife is the Fife Harvest Festival. This festival has been going on since 2005 and is fun for the entire family. This free festival is usually held at Dacca Park. The Fife Harvest Festival features many different information, food, craft, an art vendors, performances stages, and a children's zone. Some of the highlights include Glitter bug and Beep, Beep, the bubble live entertainment, arts and crafts, the hay maze, hay rides, and Council Corn on the Cob. This festival is held come rain or come shine.
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