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About Normandy Park, WA
King County is the home of Normandy Park, Washington. The census that was taken in the year 2011 reports that Normandy Park had a population of 6,354 people. Since the year 2000, this represented a 0.06% decrease in the population of Normandy Park.
During the middle 1920's, the Tacoma-Seattle Land Co. was formed in order to develop approximately 1,200 acres of land between Tacoma and Seattle along the shores of Puget. The name for this new planned community that hand many different restrictions and strict building codes was to be Normandy Park. This planned new a community was intended to have a golf course, two community beaches, a yacht club, and distinct French Normandy style architecture.
The entire new community was platted in 1929. A good water system was created from deep wells in the region and excellent gravel roads were constructed. On what is currently called Lot A, an elegant clubhouse was erected and, in order to promote the new community, promotional efforts including live band concerts with free refreshments were provided to the public. A man named C. S. Hughett began building a very noticeable brick house on Block 20, Lot 1. It was considered that this house was the first built in accordance with the developer's plans. The address for this house was 17999 Normandy Terrace Southwest. Soon thereafter, two budget houses named Prudence Penny and some other French Normandy houses were constructed.
The Tacoma-Seattle Land Co. abandoned the housing project and all of the development progress on Normandy ceased as a result of the Great Depression. In 1934, a man named Ben Tipp purchased the clubhouse, and a considerable amount of the land was provided to private owners.
Normandy Park was rediscovered between the 1940's and the 1950's. There were several fine homes built within only a few short years. In order for the resident to control their own destinies, those residents elected to incorporate the vigorous community of Normandy Park into the City of Normandy Park, Therefore they year of 1953 brought the incorporation of Normandy park as a city. A government for the city was formed, which consisted of seven elected members of council, the mayor of which was chosen by the Council and serves as the chair of the Council. By their own choice they all serve as unsalaried employees of the city government. The City is classified as a non-charter code city having a manager/council form of government by the Revised Code of Washington.
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