Located near the Carbon River in northern Pierce County, approximately 50 miles southeast of Seattle, Carbonado is home to around 650 people and is the last town before entering Mount Rainier National Park. Nestled in the shadow of Mt. Rainier, Carbonado served as an important coal mining community in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, when the town operated the largest coal mine in Pierce County. For more information on the history of Carbonado, check out our history page here.



Water & Sewer Project


Read the latest updates from (company), along with all other information about the ongoing project.

Latest Meeting Minutes


Town council meeting on Monday, March 11th, 2019.

Building & Planning


More information on building a home, fence, or shed can be found here along with all permit information.

Pay Your Bill


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