A lot has changed in Longbranch since this photo was taken in 1909. The Narrows Bridge replaced the Longbranch:Steilacoom county ferry. Local farmers took their eggs, berries and holly to market using the new highway. But the little village at the southern end of the Key Peninsula continued to prosper and grow.
Today Longbranch is the home of choice for those who value natural beauty, clean air and the riches of the southern Puget Sound. We have all chosen to live “at the end of the road” for our own reasons, but we all share a love of community, culture and the pioneer spirit.
Investing in the South Key community, The Longbranch Foundation has been created to perpetuate the best of what’s here, and the potential for what can be for those who follow us.
The Foundation supports the Longbranch Improvement Club and all that it has stood for since visionaries created it in 1921. “To improve the community…” is just as worthy a mission today, and the the Foundation encourages charitable support of that goal.