Washington’s Tiniest Town Has A Population Of 12 And A Huge Sense Of Humor
If you live in Western Washington, there’s a distinct possibility you’ve driven by our state’s tiniest town without even realizing it. But don’t worry, you’re not missing much (unless you love Costco, but we’ll get to that later). Somewhere just off State Route 522 near Woodinville is the 0.6-mile community of Grace, which is home to a dozen of the happiest people you’ll ever meet.
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If you’re considering relocating to the tiny town of Grace, we have some bad news — they cap the population at 12. No one can move in unless someone leaves, which helps them avoid changing the number on the welcome sign. However, you can follow their official Facebook page here.