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About Maple Valley, WA
King County is the home of Maple Valley. The census that was taken in 2011 reported that Maple Valley had a population of 22,756 people. Since the year 200, this represented a 60.20% increase in the population of Maple Valley.
Three men named Henry Sidebotham, C.O. Russell, and George Ames Henry were the first settlers white settlers in the present day Maple Valley. In 1879 they filed homesteading claims. Before they brought their families to the region they wanted to improve a trail. When the question of the name for the new community came up the names Maple Ridge and Vine maple Valley emerged. They wrote the names on slips of paper and placed them in a hat. The name was unanimous with Vine Maple Valley winning to out of three draws. .
On the land that surrounded the creeks which fed the Cedar River, the cabins owned by settlers sparsely population the region during the early 1880's. Mr. Russell and Mr. Ames constructed a sawmill in order to convert timber into lumber required to build homes in 1882. Mr. Ames finally gave up and relocated to Pacific City, close to Auburn, after the mill burned down twice.
Even though the new community didn't get platted until 1890, Mr. Russell laid out the new community in 1887, now known as Maple Valley. Maple Valley was solidified as the centerpiece when the railroad arrived and the new communities of Taylor and Hobart were developed. Although it wasn't until 1904 that the track was widened, trains started hauling coal from the nearby mining community of Black Diamond over a narrow gauge track in 1885.
While Maple Valley also had a stake in coal, the center of the coal mining activity to the south was Black Diamond. In 1884, Cedar Mountain, which is located north of Maple Valley, started mining coal. The coal mine employed numerous workers and averaged 90.000 tons of coal every year, although the mine didn't produce as much coal as other mines in the region did. Up until 1947, coal was mined from Cedar Mountain. .
Maple Valley maintained its rural, quiet atmosphere even as it expanded. The community had a store, a blacksmith shop, two saloons, a barber shop, a restaurant, a general store, and two hotels by 1909.
At best the earlier schools were shacks. A two room schoolhouse was built in 1910, but it wasn't long before a larger schoolhouse was required. In 1920, a brick, three story schoolhouse was built. Using a combination of the first two letters of Taylor, Hobart, and Maple Valley, which were the three districts that it served, the students created the name of Tahoma for the High school in 1926.
Additional people started arriving in the region because if the increased use of the automobile in the 1920's. The residents of Seattle came to the lakes that were close for vacations. Lake Wilderness became a resort lake. Kane and Tom Gaffney started to develop a resort that had a restaurant, roller rink, and a ballroom in 1925. The resort had a nine-hole golf course, a bowling alley, and 60 rental cabins by 1949. When gas rationing was in effect during WW II, people came to the resort on Saturday nights to dance by the busloads. Up until 1964, when King County converted the resort into a regional county park, the resort was in operation.
These days, Maple Valley is much the same as other suburbs of Seattle and as housing developments, gas stations, and shopping malls. However, Maple Valley still has the feel of a rural community as a result of the abundant wildlife, parks, woods and streams.
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