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Located on the north bank of the Columbia River, Vancouver sits just across the bridge from Portland, OR. Vancouver boasts great schools, safe communities and stable employment. Trails, rivers, streams, lakes and gorgeous mountain views can be found throughout the city and the vibrant downtown and water front provide residents with access to excellent dining options and a variety of cultural activities.
Vancouver enjoys a rich history dating back to 1824 when Fort Vancouver was established as the hub for the fur trade and regional commerce in the Pacific Northwest by the Hudson’s Bay Company. Today the Fort is a National Historical Site and draws thousands of visitors every year. If you cannot find enough to do in Vancouver, the scenic Columbia River Gorge, the coast and numerous mountains are only a brief car ride away. Whether you enjoy biking, hiking, skiing, snowboarding, fishing or hunting, Vancouver and the surrounding area offer active families unlimited opportunities to play.
If shopping is more your style, Vancouver offers a wide range of experiences from national brand stores and malls to boutiques and hand-crafted items. The sales tax-free stores of Portland are also just a short drive away as well. The Pacific Northwest is well known for its craft beers, locally produced wines and distilleries and Vancouver and the surrounding area are no exception. Dozens of breweries, vineyards and distilleries are within an easy drive of downtown Vancouver.
With a temperate climate, low unemployment and wide range of leisure activities available to its residents, Vancouver Washington is the perfect location for growing families and active adults.
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The growing metropolitan area known as the Tri-Cities in southeast Washington is comprised of three neighboring cities, Pasco, Kennewick and Richland. With over 300 days of sunshine a year, the Tri-Cities boasts fun in the sun adventure. From fishing and water-skiing to hunting, golf and bicycling, there’s no shortage of things to do. The city of West Richland is located near the shores of the Columbia River and is nestled between the Yakima River and Red Mountain. West Richland is a thriving community of 14,500. Well known for its high-quality schools, excellent shopping, and superior restaurants, West Richland also boasts abundant parks, bicycling and jogging paths. Voted the second-best city in Washington State to raise a family, West Richland is ranked among the safest cities in the state. Perfect for growing families and active adults, West Richland is a friendly community with a bright and vibrant future.
Welcome to Quincy, WA! Located between Wenatchee and Moses Lake, where agriculture meets technology. With tech giants like Microsoft, Yahoo!, Dell and Intuit around the corner from rich farm land, Quincy provides both good jobs and a great quality of life that is hard to match. For the outdoor enthusiast, Quincy offers excellent access to boating, water skiing, hunting, fishing and snow skiing. Throughout the summer, music lovers flock from all over the region to the nearby Gorge Amphitheatre to hear top tier recording artists perform in this idyllic setting overlooking the Columbia River. With easy access to farm fresh produce as well as a burgeoning wine industry, Quincy offers its residents a quality of life that is hard to match. In addition, Quincy is home to several nice parks including an aqua park with a waterslide, baseball fields, playground, picnic area, and skate-park.
With great schools, 300 days a year of sunshine and surrounded by lush fields of hops and vineyards, Moxee provides a great quality of life that few cities can match. Outdoor enthusiasts love the easy access that Moxee provides to White Pass and the Naches Valley for world class skiing, snowboarding, hiking, fishing, biking and camping. Moxee is just a 15 minutes drive from Yakima with easy access to hospitals, shopping, entertainment and dining. If you value outdoor adventure, access to fresh produce, fine wines and beer and a great quality of life, you will love Moxee, WA.
Centrally located between Seattle and Spokane, Moses Lake with a population of just over 20,000 is the largest city in Grant County. You’ll find small town charm with easy access to outdoor recreation. Moses Lake offers residents a peaceful environment within a short drive to all the action. Outdoor enthusiast in Moses Lake enjoy easy access to boating, fishing, ATV dunes, biking, and back country exploring. The Moses Lake Water Trail provides a unique experience allowing boaters to explore over 120 miles of the Moses Lake shoreline, parks and wildlife habitat. Moses Lake offers a variety of cultural attractions as well; ranging from main street festivals, cultural centers, museums and art galleries. Like farm fresh produce? The Moses Lake Farmers Market provides easy access to fresh locally grown fruits and vegetables. Moses Lake is a is the perfect community for growing families and active adults.
Just 17 miles West of Spokane lies the thriving community of Cheney Washington. With a population of 11,650 and an unmatched quality of life, Cheney offers residents a small town atmosphere and family-friendly environment. The short drive to Spokane provides easy access to big city financial, retail and cultural attractions. Located only 9 miles from Cheney, Riverside State Park offer world class whitewater rafting, kayaking and hiking. When the snow flies, skiers and snowboarders flock to one of four excellent nearby ski areas. Within the City of Cheney are seven well-maintained public parks with more parks planned. July finds Cheney residents celebrating the Cheney Rodeo days. And fresh from the farm produce and artisan crafts come to Cheney residents every Tuesday from June to September in the form of the Cheney Farmers Market. Cheney is also home to Eastern Washington University. With an enrollment of 13,000, EWU strongly contributes to the culture, economy, and vitality of Cheney. With its small town charm, Cheney offers its residents a peaceful environment with a short drive to world class recreation and big city amenities.
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