|State Route 19|
|Defined by RCW 47.17.077, maintained by WSDOT|
|Length:||14.09 mi (22.68 km)|
|South end:||SR 104 near Port Ludlow|
|SR 116 in Port Hadlock|
|North end:||SR 20 near Port Townsend|
In Washington, 2-digit highways generally follow the same numbering pattern as Interstate highways: odd-numbered routes run north–south, with the lowest-numbered highways in the western part of the state and the highest-numbered highways in the east. SR 19, a relatively recent addition to the state highway system, diverges from this pattern significantly, being located on the Olympic Peninsula longitudinally west of SR 3, the lowest-numbered north–south highway in the state.
The entire route is in Jefferson County.
|0.00||SR 104 – Port Angeles|
|Chimacum||10.68||SR 116 east – Port Hadlock, Indian Island|
|14.09||SR 20 – Port Townsend, Whidbey Island Ferry, Port Angeles|