Island Paradise















Downtown Langley


Why Whidbey?

"This Island community promotes a healthy lifestyle. There is easy access to organic foods, outdoor markets, fresh eggs, healthcare and a sense of community, I can't think of a better place to raise children.

Our family especially enjoys the access to outdoor activities the Whidbey Island offers. During one weekend you can ski or hike in the Cascade Mountains, walk the local beaches and boat through the San Juan Islands! It is such a joy to live and play through all the seasons here on Whidbey."

~Sarah Hess, WIWS Parent











Cascade View

Island Life

Whidbey Island offers a life as busy or quiet as the heart desires. The deep forests provide a sense of protected solitude, the ocean shores lend depth and wonder, the mountains the limn the horizon offer a stunning backdrop to the natural wonders of the island. Oceanside villages provide all the amenities of social and cultural engagement and delight. Whidbey Island proffers the perfect blend of rural beauty and sustainbility, a vibrant artistic community, and a strong sense of community.

Moving to Whidbey Island

There are many realty companies on the island perfectly geared to helping you plan your island move. Some of these include:

Coldwell Banker/Tara Properties

18205 State Route 525 #6
Freeland, WA 98249
360-331-6300
Tom White
tomwhite@whidbey.com

Coldwell Banker/Tara Properties
IngramParker.com
18205 State Route 525 #6 
Freeland, WA 98249
Christina Parker
christina@ingramparker.com
360-331-0383

Dalton Realty
9546 State Route 525
Clinton, WA 982360
360-579-4950
Sandra Manashe
sandram@daltonrealtyinc.com

Re/Max Seaside Properties
914 3rd Street
Suite A
Langley, WA 98260
360-221-6553
gary@whidbey.com

Windermere Real Estate
5531 Freeland Avenue
Freeland, WA 98249
360-331-6006
206-396-7016
Amy Raymond
amyray@windermere.com

Christina's Island Real Estate
Orcas & Whidbey Island
360-632-4132
Christina Moats
christinas.island.real.estate@gmail.com


Whidbey Island Chambers of Commerce


Clinton, Langley and Freeland comprise the centers of civic life on south Whidbey Island. Coupeville is the primary mid-island village, while Oak Harbor--the Island's largest town--is on the north end. Below find links to the Chambers of Commerce websites for these Island towns. These websites offer a plethora of information regarding island life and resources. If you are considering a move to Whidbey Island and enrollment in Whidbey Island Waldorf School, you are encouraged to peruse these sites for information that will assist you in your move and in transitioning to Island life.



Clinton Chamber of Commerce

Langley Chamber of Commerce

Freeland Chamber of Commerce

Coupeville Chamber of Commerce

Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce


Other Resources

Licensing

If you are moving to the State of Washington from another state, you will need to apply for a Washington State driver's license within 30 days. Click here for information of Washington driver's license information.



Licensing your vehicle in the State of Washington is another matter. For information on license plates and registration, click here.


Sustainability Efforts

Whidbey Island Boasts several active sustainbility efforts. Among these are the many local farms, CSAs and Farm Markets. Below find information on the primary south Whidbey farm markets and other resources:


The Saturday Farm Market at Bayview is whirlwind of locally-grown produce, handmade artisan goods, music, food and more.












The Tilth Market is part of a a regional sustainable-agriculture movement. It operates a Farm Market on Saturdays, featuring local produce and crafts, music and educational opportunities.



The historic Greenbank Farm is home to a wine-tasting room, a cafe and several art galleries and shops. Many events are held at the mid-Island location, in addition to its Sunday Farm Market.








Transition Whidbey
is a local organization dedicated to promoting sustainability living on Whidbey Island with regard to energy, agriculture, healthcare, community and more. Transition Whidbey holds regular community and educational events.





Libraries


The Sno-Isles Library System serves the villages of Whidbey Island as well as several mainland areas. With branches in every Island town, you will find easy access to library resources, educational events, and more.




Transit



Island Transit offers free bus service throughout Whidbey Island. Visit their website for trip planning, schedules and more information.

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