Canyon Park is a commercial and business district at the junction of Bothell-Everett Highway and Interstate 405, with several restaurants, shops, and grocery stores, along with several major employers.
The Canyon Park area is bordered by Queensborough/Brentwood to the west, Canyon Creek to the east, Maywood/Beckstrom Hill and Fitzgerald to the south, and Bothell's City Limits (Filbert/Maltby Road) on the north. Canyon Park occupies 1.53 square miles and comprises approximately eight percent of the total land area within the City Limits.
This area contains two retail-and service-oriented Community Activity Centers. Thrasher’s Corner contains a Fred Meyer and smaller multi-tenant retail centers. Canyon Park contains retail centers on all four quadrants of the 228th Street SE/SR-527 intersection, plus hotels and other related uses.
The southern half of the Subarea contains more residential development than the northern half. Residential areas are generally located around the boundaries of the Subarea. Multifamily development is located on the southern boundary of the Subarea and west of SR-527 between 214th and 217th Streets SE. Residential development is allowed in the mixed-use Canyon Park Community Activity Center centered at 228th Street SE and SR-527.
Because Canyon Park is a primarily commercial district, there are no elementary, junior high, or high schools located here.
Parks and Open Space
Thrasher’s Corner Regional Park is located at the northwest corner of the Subarea south of Filbert Road between 9th Avenue SE and SR-527. Cedar Grove Park is located adjacent to the Subarea’s southwestern boundary at 22421 9th Avenue SE. Numerous vacant parcels in the Subarea provide opportunities for park acquisition and development.
The North Creek trail system was extended through the Subarea and is a stated high priority of the Park Board. When completed, the North Creek trail system will extend from the Sammamish River trail north to Everett, with links within the Subarea to east-west paths or trails at 228th and 208th Streets.
Most of the historic structures in Canyon Park are located on early farmsteads in the area. These structures include houses, barns and other outbuildings. Some properties are on the National Register, such as the North Creek School House.