Positioned along the north bank of the Columbia River, the city of Vancouver, WA enjoys its big city status. The fourth largest city in the state of Washington was incorporated in 1857. It actually received its name before the sister city in British Columbia, Canada. One of the most prominent communities in the city is East Vancouver. This neighborhood is located in the East 98660 and 98663 zip codes.
In the aftermath of 1997 annexation and the emergence of urban growth, Vancouver was divided into east and west and is separated by the NE Andresen Road. East Vancouver is situated in the neighborhoods of Main Street, at the south east of 19th street, and west side of the Highway 5. Fishers Landing East is one of the most popular areas in the city. The area is sought after for real estate acquisition.
East Vancouver is part of the Evergreen School District, which operates twenty elementary schools, six middle schools and six high schools. The area enjoys one of the highest ratings among Vancouver residents for it urban charm and convenient access to social amenities.
The local housing market in continues to improve as the local economy grows. Housing prices in East Vancouver tends to be affordable compared to the rest of the city. The area contains condominiums, townhouses and single family homes as well as apartments and duplexes. The population density of East Vancouver is 2, 102 per mile with 28% residential sales annually.
East Vancouver is included in the Evergreen School District which operates six high schools, six middle schools, and twenty elementary schools.