The Mukilteo Lighthouse is an operational lighthouse with non-rotating fresnel lens. It originally had a revolving Fresnel lens until 1927, when it was replaced with a fixed lens.
The lighthouse went into operation in 1906. The lighthouse and a modern fog signal were automated in 1979, and in 1981, a remote fog sensor was installed. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977, and in 1991 the Coast Guard leased the lighthouse to the city of Mukilteo, although navigational equipment is still maintained by the Coast Guard.
It is one of only a few lighthouses constructed of wood.
You can view more photos and read a detailed history of the lighthouse here.
The Point Elliott Room is a large multi-purpose room with floor to ceiling windows providing stunning water and island views. The room boasts 3,500 square feet of floor space with an additional 1,500 square feet on the stage equipped with a state of the art sound system and lighting system.
You can view more photos of the community center here.
This a photo fo the lighthouse with the wood and glass community center visible in the upper left of the photo.