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Kennewick, WA 99336

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WaFd Bank Locations

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, we are practicing social distancing and restricting access to some of our branch lobbies. We are also abiding by city, county and state requirements regarding masking. Due to resulting staffing shortages, some branches have been closed completely or will be serving banks in tri cities washington only via the drive-up lanes. Click here for a current list of closures.

Even though WaFd Bank stretches across 8 states, at our heart we are your local bank. Whether you are looking for a mortgage for your dream home, banking services for your business, or home equity lines of credit, WaFd Bank is here to help.

Or if you're looking for a great online and mobile banking experience, you can open an account or bank with us anytime, anywhere, from your computer, tablet or smart phone.

Seattle - Columbia City, Washington

“Allison and Bill and WaFd were instrumental in helping me navigate the PPP process for COVID 19 small business relief. Thanks for your help and support your guys were great!”

Bend - Bluff Drive, Oregon

“We have always received great service from the Bluff branch of WaFd. Just last week I called Nick Silva to see about getting help applying for a PPP Loan. Not only did he give me the information needed, but he helped me get the loan application turned into the SBA in record time. Thank you Nick! I never feel like a "small" account when working with the Bluff branch. We are always greeted by name treated with respect.”

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“Amazing team! WaFd really stepped up during this difficult time helping people with the PPP Loan. I've been a client for a few years and I've always been satisfied with their customer service!”

Salt Lake City – Sugarhouse, Utah

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Tucson – Broadway Blvd, Arizona

“Great Customer Service. Travis Duran was a pleasure to deal with during this difficult transaction. It was difficult because of a snag with SBA and he was a true professional navigating thorough this transaction. He is a credit to Washington Federal.”

Denton, Texas

“In over 50 years of banking, the Denton, TX Washington Federal is the best banking experience we've ever had. The staff is warm, welcoming & never makes us feel rushed. They make us feel special & take time to explain the available banking options. The staff even called my husband to sing "Happy Birthday". The Denton staff is extremely friendly, caring & always make us feel welcome.”

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Seattle - Columbia City, Washington

“Allison and Bill and WaFd were instrumental in helping me navigate the PPP process for COVID 19 small business relief. Thanks for your help and support your guys were great!”

Bend - Bluff Drive, Oregon

“We have always received great service from the Bluff branch of WaFd. Just last week I called Nick Silva to see about getting help applying for a PPP Loan. Not only did he give me the information needed, but he helped me get the loan application turned into the SBA in record time. Thank you Nick! I never feel like a "small" account when working with the Bluff branch. We are always greeted by name treated with respect.”

Boise – Federal Way, Idaho

“Amazing customer service! Kyle Helms handled our estate POA matters with professionalism and made the whole experience very easy. His relaxing demeanor and confidence assured us that all would be well, and it certainly is. I highly recommend this branch and Kyle for any important and sensitive financial dealings!”

Las Vegas – Summerlin, Nevada

“Amazing team! WaFd really stepped up during this difficult time helping people with the PPP Loan. I've been a client for a few years and I've always been satisfied with their customer service!”

Salt Lake City – Sugarhouse, Utah

“Lydia and her crew are truly the best of the best!! How I enjoy interacting with them on a weekly basis!!”

Tucson – Broadway Blvd, Arizona

“Great Customer Service. Travis Duran was a pleasure to deal with during this difficult transaction. It was difficult because of a snag with SBA and he was a true professional navigating thorough this transaction. He is a credit to Washington Federal.”

Denton, Texas

“In over 50 years of banking, the Denton, TX Washington Federal is the best banking experience we've ever had. The staff is warm, welcoming & never makes us feel rushed. They make us feel special & take time to explain the available banking options. The staff even called my husband to sing "Happy Birthday". The Denton staff is extremely friendly, caring & always make us feel welcome.”

Santa Fe - Downtown, New Mexico

“Sean Romero went above and beyond to help me with my home financing needs. He was responsive and fast, he was a clear communicator and I felt that he was the hardest lender I have worked with. You are in good hands with him.”





Banner BankKennewick

Banner Bank 1st Avenue branch in Kennewick, Washington

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About Banner Bank Kennewick

Banner Bank 1st Avenue branch in Kennewick, Washington

Walk in to your local Banner Bank branch or loan office and you’ll notice: this isn’t like other, bigger banks. This is your neighborhood bank, with bankers that care about knowing your name and helping you find financial success right here in the community.

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Since 1890, Banner Bank remains committed to being the best provider of financial services in the West. Throughout our history, we’ve focused on delivering competitive financial services to the clients we serve. Our motto, ‘Do the right thing,’ is much more than a slogan at Banner Bank. It’s truly what we expect of our employees and one another as colleagues.

Banner Bank is headquartered in Walla Walla, Washington, with locations throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho and California.


Kennewick, Washington

"Kennewick" redirects here. For the prehistoric man, see Kennewick Man.

City in Washington, United States

City in Washington, United States

Kennewick, Washington

City of Kennewick
Aerial view of Kennewick from above the Columbia River near the Blue Bridge.

Aerial view of Kennewick from above the Columbia River near the Blue Bridge.

Location of Kennewick, Washington

Location of Kennewick, Washington

Kennewick, Washington is located in the United States
Kennewick, Washington

Kennewick, Washington

Location in the United States

Coordinates: 46°12′13″N119°9′33″W / 46.20361°N 119.15917°W / 46.20361; -119.15917Coordinates: 46°12′13″N119°9′33″W / 46.20361°N 119.15917°W / 46.20361; -119.15917
CountryUnited States
 • TypeCouncil–manager
 • MayorDon Britain[1]
 • City managerMarie Mosley[2]
 • City28.84 sq mi (74.70 km2)
 • Land27.45 sq mi (71.09 km2)
 • Water1.39 sq mi (3.61 km2)
Elevation407 ft (124 m)
 • City73,917
 • Estimate 


 • RankUS: 411th
WA: 14th
 • Density3,072.86/sq mi (1,186.42/km2)
 • Urban232,954 (US: 171st)
 • Metro296,224 (US: 164th)
 • CSA357,146 (US: 103rd)
 • Tri-Cities215,024
Time zoneUTC−8 (Pacific (PST))
 • Summer (DST)UTC−7 (PDT)
ZIP Codes


Area code(s)509
FIPS code53-35275
GNIS feature ID1512347[6]

Kennewick () is a city in Benton County in the U.S. state of Washington. It is located along the southwest bank of the Columbia River, just southeast of the confluence of the Columbia and Yakima rivers and across from the confluence of the Columbia and Snake rivers. It is the most populous of the three cities collectively referred to as the Tri-Cities (the others being Pasco and Richland). The population was 73,917 at the 2010 census; the Census Bureau estimates the city's population to be 84,347 as of July 1, 2019[update].[7][8]

The discovery of Kennewick Man along the banks of the Columbia River provides evidence of Native Americans' settlement of the area for at least 9,000 years.[9] American settlers began moving into the region in banks in tri cities washington late 19th century as transportation infrastructure was built to connect Kennewick to other settlements along the Columbia River. The construction of the Hanford Site at Richland accelerated the city's growth in the 1940s as workers from around the country came to participate in the Manhattan Project. While Hanford and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory continue to be major sources of employment,[10] the city's economy has diversified over time and Kennewick today hosts offices for Amazon and Lamb Weston.[11][12]


Main article: Timeline of the Tri-Cities, Washington

Native peoples[edit]

Native Americans populated the area around modern-day Kennewick for millennia before being discovered and settled by European descendants. These inhabitants consisted of people from the Umatilla, Wanapum, Nez Perce, and Yakama tribes. Kennewick's low elevation helped to moderate winter temperatures. On top of this, the riverside location made salmon and other river fish easily accessible. By the 19th century, people lived in and between two major camps in the area. These were located near present-day Sacajawea State Park in Pasco and Columbia Point in Richland. Lewis and Clark noted that there were many people living in the area when they passed through in 1805 and 1806.[13] The map produced following their journey marks two significant villages in the area - Wollawollah and Selloatpallah. These had approximate populations of 2,600 and 3,000 respectively.[14]

There are conflicting stories on how Kennewick gained its name, but these narratives attribute it to the Native Americans living in the area. Some reports claim that the name comes from a native word meaning "grassy place".[15] It has also been called "winter paradise," mostly because of the mild winters in the area. In the past, Kennewick has also been known by other names. The area was known as Tehe from 1886 to 1891, and this name appears on early letters sent to the area with the city listed as Tehe, Washington.[16] Other reports claim that the city's name is derived from how locals pronounced the name Chenoythe, who was a member of the Hudson's Bay Company.[17]

Settlement and early 20th century[edit]

The Umatilla and Yakama tribes ceded the land Kennewick sits on at the Walla Walla Council in 1855.[18] Ranchers began working with cattle and horses in the area as early as the 1860s, but in general settlement was slow due to capital one bank austin tx arid climate. Ainsworth became the first non-Native settlement in the capital one gm card contact number U.S. Route 12 now crosses the Snake River between Pasco and Burbank. Some Ainsworth residents would commute to what is now Kennewick via small boats for work. All that remains of Ainsworth is a marker placed by the Washington State Department of Transportation near the site.[19]

During the 1880s, steamboats and railroads connected what would become known as Kennewick to the other settlements along the Columbia River.[13] Until the construction of a railroad bridge, rail freight from Minneapolis to Tacoma had to cross the Columbia River via ferry.[20] In 1887, a temporary railroad bridge was constructed by the Northern Pacific Railroad connecting Kennewick and Pasco. That bridge could not endure the winter ice on the Columbia and was partially swept away in the first winter. A new, more permanent bridge was built in its place in 1888. It was around this time that a town plan was first laid out, centered around the needs of the railroad. A school was constructed using donated funds, but this burned soon after it was finished. This initial boom only lasted briefly, as most of the people who came to Kennewick left after the bridge was finished.[17]

In the 1890s, the Northern Pacific Irrigation Company installed pumps and ditches to bring water for agriculture into the Kennewick Highlands. Once there was a reliable water source, orchards and vineyards were planted all over the Kennewick area. Strawberries were another successful crop.[21] The turn of the century saw the creation of the city's first newspaper, the Columbia Courier. Kennewick was officially incorporated on February 5, 1904. and the name of the newspaper changed to the Kennewick Courier in 1905 to reflect this change.[22] In the following decade, an unsuccessful bid attempted to move the seat of Benton County from Prosser to Kennewick. There have been other unsuccessful attempts to make this move throughout the city's history, most recently in 2010.[23][24]

In 1915, the opening of the Celilo Canal connected Kennewick to the Pacific Ocean via the Columbia River. City residents hoped to capitalize on this new infrastructure by forming the Port of Kennewick, making the city an inland seaport. Freight and passenger ship traffic began that same year. The port also developed rail facilities in the area.[25] Transportation in the region further improved with the construction of the Pasco-Kennewick Bridge in 1922, which is locally known as the Green Bridge. This bridge connected the two cities by vehicle traffic for the first time.[26][27] Kennewick and Pasco both experienced decent growth and became informally known as the Twin Cities throughout the Columbia Basin because of their juxtaposition across the river from each other.

Like many other agricultural communities, the Great Depression had an impact in Kennewick. Despite lowered prices for crops grown in the region, the city continued to experience growth, gaining another 400 people during the 1930s. Growth was santander consumer online by federal projects that improved the Columbia River. Downstream, Bonneville Dam at Cascade Locks, Oregon allowed larger barges to reach Kennewick. Grand Coulee Dam, located upstream of Kennewick, fostered irrigation across the Columbia Basin north of Pasco, sending more raw material through Kennewick.[13]

Hanford boom[edit]

Kennewick and the greater Tri-Cities area experienced significant changes during World War II. In 1943, the United States opened the Hanford nuclear site in and north of Richland. Its purpose originally was to help produce nuclear weaponry, which the US was trying to develop. People came from across the United States to work at Hanford, who were unaware of what they were actually producing. They were only told that their work would help the war effort.[28] The federal government constructed housing in Richland, but many employees of that site then commuted from Kennewick. The plutonium refined at the Hanford Site was used in the Fat Man bomb, which was dropped in Nagasaki in 1945 in the decisive final blow of the war. As the Hanford Site's purpose has evolved, there has continually been a tremendous influence from the site on the workforce and economy of Kennewick.[29][10] Due to activity at the Hanford Site, the 1950 census recorded major population growth in the Tri-Cities, with Richland overtaking to become the largest city in the region. From 1940 to 1950, the population of Richland grew from 247 residents to 21,793 residents, while Pasco gained from 3,913 to 10,114, and Kennewick increased from 1,918 to 10,085.[30]

An effort to build a new bridge began in 1949 and was funded in 1951. Traffic between Kennewick and Pasco, largely due to commuters heading to and from the Hanford Site in Richland and McNary Dam, which was under construction near Umatilla, Oregon. The two-lane Green Bridge was the only one for automobiles across the Columbia River in the Tri-Cities at the time, and the 10,000 cars crossing it daily had created traffic problems. A new four-lane divided highway bridge, dubbed the Blue Bridge, opened in 1954 less than 2 miles (3.2 km) upstream from the Green Bridge.[31] The Cable Bridge opened between Kennewick and Pasco in 1978 and was built to replace the Green Bridge. However, demolishing the Green Bridge proved to be controversial. Those seeking to preserve the bridge for historical reasons were able to stall the demolition, but it was eventually torn down in 1990.[32]

Racial discrimination against African Americans was common in Kennewick before the civil rights movement. The city had been a sundown town, which required African Americans to be out of the city after nightfall. The only place they could live in the Tri-Cities at the time was east Pasco. Even during the day, African Americans would experience harassment by the general public and police. In the 1940s, covenants restricted African Americans from owning property in the city. After the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Shelley v. Kraemer that racially restrictive covenants could not be enforced in state courts, these were replaced by informal agreements between homeowners and realtors to refuse to sell to African Americans.[33] In 1963, the Washington State Board Against Discrimination indicted Kennewick for its sundown town policy.[34][35]

The 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens caused several inches of volcanic ash to fall on Kennewick. Higher accumulations were recorded in Yakima and Ritzville, but the ash plume was thick enough to trigger street lamps to turn on at noon. Cars that didn't have external filters stopped functioning during the eruption, and it took several months to completely clean all the ash.[36][37] Kennewick and surrounding areas have been dusted by smaller eruptions of Mount St. Helens since.[38]

The 1980s also brought the two most serious attempts to merge Kennewick with the other cities in the Tri-Cities, both of which failed. This resulted from an economic down turn in the area caused by the cancellation of two proposed nuclear power plants on the Hanford Site. The first proposal was to consolidate all three cities (Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland) into one, while the second only included Kennewick and Richland. Support for both of these attempts was strong in Richland, but voters in Kennewick and Pasco were not on board.[39]

1990 to present[edit]

The Toyota Center was used as a venue for ice hockey and figure skating during the 1990 Goodwill Games.[40] This international sporting competition was similar to the Olympic Games, but significantly smaller in scale. Most of the events were held in the host city, Seattle, but were also staged in other areas of the state, including Tacoma and Spokane.[41]

In 1996, an ancient human skeleton was found on a bank of the Columbia River. Known as Kennewick Man, the remains are notable for their age (some 9,300 years). Ownership of the bones has been a matter of controversy with Native American tribes in the Inland Northwest claiming the bones to be from an ancestor of theirs and wanting them to be reburied. After a court litigation, a group of researchers were allowed to study the remains and perform various tests and analyses. They published their results in a book in 2014. A 2015 genetic analysis confirmed the ancient skeleton's ancestry to the Native Americans of the area (some observers contended that the remains were of European origin). The genetic analysis has notably contributed to knowledge about the peopling of the Americas.[42]

Kennewick fared better than most of the state during the Great Recession, primarily due to consistent job growth in the metro area during that time. This was largely driven by the Hanford Site, which only had one significant period of layoffs which briefly caused economic uncertainty. Home sales experienced a small decline from 2007 to 2009, but rebounded in 2010.[43][44] Since the recession, Kennewick has expanded greatly. While growth has been experienced throughout the city, new development has been strongest in the Southridge area along U.S. Route 395 (US 395) and in the west part of the city thanks to their access to major roads and the ample land available in those areas when development started.[45]


Kennewick from Thompson Hill, which is in the south part of town.

Kennewick is located in Eastern Washington along the south side of the Columbia River and is one of three cities in the Tri-Cities. The other two cities are Richland, which is upstream of Kennewick on the same side of the river, and Pasco, which is across the river. The elevation within the city rises from the river to a line of ridges on the south side of town that are a result of the same anticline that created Badger Mountain and Rattlesnake Mountain.[46] Beyond that line of ridges, the city slopes up toward the Horse Heaven Hills.[47] According to the United States Census Bureau, the walmart automotive near me has a total area of 28.36 square miles (73.45 km2), of which, 26.93 square miles (69.75 km2) is land and 1.43 square miles (3.70 km2) is water.[48] The former community of Vista is now a neighborhood fully contained within Kennewick.

The city overlies basalt laid down by the Columbia River Basalt Group, which was a type of volcanic eruption known as a flood basalt. This erupted from fissures that were geographically spread throughout eastern Washington, eastern Oregon, and far western Idaho. Most of the lava erupted between 17 and 14 million years ago, with smaller eruptions lasting as late as 6 million years ago.[49][50] The nearest eruptive vent to Kennewick free food for military today this period is near Ice Harbor Dam along the Snake River upstream of Burbank and Pasco. While outcroppings from the basalt flows can be seen throughout Kennewick, they are mostly buried by sediments.[51]

The first major sediment deposit following the eruptions is the Ringold Formation, which was placed by the Columbia River between 8 and 3 million years ago. Further deposition came as a result of the Missoula Floods.[46] At the end of the last glacial maximum, an ice dam blocked the Clark Fork River in Montana. The pressure from the resulting lake would periodically build to the point that the dam would fail, sending massive amounts of water cascading to the Pacific Ocean.[52] The flood's movement was impeded by the Horse Heaven Hills, creating a temporary lake known as Lake Lewis. This abrupt halt in flow allowed the floodwater to drop a significant amount of sediment before passing through Wallula Gap toward Hermiston. During the largest floods, the water's surface reached 1,250 feet (380 m) above sea level. This completely covered all of the land within Kennewick's city limits.[53]

Earthquakes are a hazard in Kennewick, though not to the same extent or frequency as areas west of the Cascade Range like the Puget Sound Region. The entire Pacific Northwest is threatened with subduction zone earthquakes that can exceed magnitudes of 9 on the moment magnitude scale. The last of these earthquakes, which could be compared to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake in Japan, occurred in 1700.[54] Should the next earthquake occur, damage is expected to be minimal in and around Kennewick, but destruction west of the Cascades could have a major impact of the economy of inland areas. These subduction zone earthquakes will be centered on the boundary between the North American Plate and the Juan de Fuca Plate, which is located offshore.[55] Fault lines closer to Kennewick also produce earthquakes. While these are weaker, they can still cause damage. One such earthquake, named the 1936 State Line earthquake, occurred near Walla Walla with damage extending as far away as Prosser.[56]


Satellite view of a dust stormin 2009 obscuring parts of Kennewick.

Kennewick has a semi-arid climate (KöppenBSk), that closely borders on a desert climate (KöppenBWk) due to its position east of the Cascade Mountains.[57] The Cascades create an effective rain shadow, causing Kennewick to receive a fraction of the precipitation that cities west of the mountains like Portland and Seattle chase car loan apr rates banks in tri cities washington, with values being more similar to that of Phoenix, Arizona. The mountains also insulate Kennewick from the moderating effects of the Pacific Ocean, allowing the city to experience more extreme temperatures.[58][59]

Before McNary Dam was built on the Columbia River downstream of Kennewick, the river would periodically flood. The worst of these floods happened in 1948 and caused one death and $50 million ($533.6 million in 2019) worth of damage.[60] The government responded by building the McNary Levee System to protect lower parts of town.[61] Floods like this were the result of melting snow, and were most extreme when a heavy snowpack developed in the mountains over winter followed by a strong regional heatwave. The flood threat from the Columbia has significantly decreased since dams were built.[62]Zintel Canyon Dam located near the Southridge Sports and Events Complex was built to protect parts of the city from a 100-year flood. While the creek that flows through Zintel Canyon typically runs dry, summer thunderstorms in the Horse Heaven Hills can generate destructive flash floods.[63]

Laying at the bottom of a basin, temperature inversions can develop, creating dense fog and low clouds in Kennewick. This is particularly common in the winter and can last for several days. Inversions form during periods of high pressure. High pressure combining with the low angle of the sun in winter brings stability in the atmosphere, allowing denser cold air to sink to the floor of the Columbia Basin. Pollutants will also become trapped, lowering the air quality. When fog develops during an inversion, it will often limit diurnal temperature changes to just a bank of america platinum money market savings interest rate degrees. Temperatures in areas above the inversion will often be warmer despite being at a higher elevation.[64] These inversions cause a major decrease in the amount of sunshine Kennewick receives annually.[65] If a weather system drops precipitation but isn't strong enough to clear the inversion, freezing rain or sleet can fall in Kennewick.[66]

The average annual wind speed in Kennewick is 8 miles per hour (13 km/h), but strong winds are a common occurrence in Kennewick and can sometimes cause damage.[67] Wind and the arid nature of the region can cause dust storms. These events can happen any time of the year but is most common in the spring and fall months when farms in the region have high amounts of exposed soil.[68]Chinook winds can also be experienced during the winter. These are formed when moisture gets removed from air moving across the Cascade Mountains, allowing the air to warm significantly as it descends into the Yakima Valley and Columbia Basin. Many of the high temperature records set during the winter months result from Chinook events.[69][70]

Summer banks in tri cities washington extreme heat and low humidity, which are ideal conditions for wildfires in undeveloped areas adjacent to town. One such fire in 2018 started along Interstate 82 south of Kennewick and burned 5,000 acres (2,000 ha), destroying five homes on the edge of Kennewick.[71] While rare, severe thunderstorms can also cause damage in Kennewick. Severe storms can produce damaging wind, hail, lightning, and weak tornadoes. No tornadoes were recorded in Kennewick between 1962 and 2011, but one did touch down in 2016.[72][73]

Climate data for Kennewick, Washington
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °F (°C) 69
Average high °F (°C) 40.1
Average low °F (°C) 27.0
Record low °F (°C) −19
Average precipitation inches (mm) 1.10
Average snowfall inches (cm) 3.6
Source: Western Regional Climate Center (1948–2005)[74]


Historical population
2019 (est.)84,347[5]14.1%
Population History[75]
U.S. Decennial Census[76]

2010 census[edit]

As of the 2010 census, there were 73,917 people, 27,266 households, and 18,528 families residing in the city. The population density was 2,744.8 inhabitants per square mile (1,059.8/km2). There were 28,507 housing units at an average density of 1,058.6 per square mile (408.7/km2). The racial makeup of the city was 78.5% White, 1.7% African American, 0.8% Native American, 2.4% Asian, 0.2% Pacific Islander, 12.1% from other races, and 4.3% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 24.2% of the population.[4]

Of the 27,266 households, 37.9% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 49.3% were married couples living together, 13.0% had a female householder with no husband present, 5.7% had a male householder with no wife present, and 32.0% were non-families. 25.7% of all households were made up of single individuals and 8.8% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.67 and the average family size was 3.22.[4]

The median age in the city was 32.6 years. 28.2% of residents were under the age of 18; 10.3% were between the ages holliday grainger actress 18 and 24; 26.8% were from 25 to 44; 23.8% were from 45 to 64; and 10.9% were 65 years of age or older. The gender makeup of the city was 49.9% male and banks in tri cities washington female.[4]

2000 census[edit]

As of the 2000 census, there were 54,693 people, 20,786 households, and 14,176 families residing in the city. The population density was 2,384.9 people per square mile (920.9/km2). There were 22,043 housing units at an average density of 961.2 per square mile (371.2/km2). The racial makeup of the city was 82.9% White, 1.1% Black or African American, 0.9% Native American, 2.1% Asian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, 9.4% from other races, and 3.4% from two or more races. 15.5% of the population was Hispanic or Latino of any race. 18.2% were of German, 9.6% English, 8.5% Irish and 8.5% American ancestry. 84.6% spoke English and 12.5% Spanish as their first language.[77]

There were 20,786 households, out of which 37.6% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 51.5% were married couples living together, 12.2% had a female householder with no husband present, and 31.8% were non-families. 26.1% of all households were made up of individuals, and 8.6% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.6 and the average family size was 3.15.[77]

In the city, the population was spread out, with 29.6% under the age of 18, 10.3% from 18 to 24, 29.3% from 25 to 44, 20.6% from 45 to 64, and 10.2% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 32 years. For every 100 females, there were 98.3 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 94.3 males.[77]

The median income for a household in the city was $41,213, and the median income for a family was $50,011. Males had a median income of $41,589 versus $26,022 for females. The per capita income for the city was $20,152. About 9.7% of families and 12.9% of the population were below the poverty line, including 18.8% of those under age 18 and 8.7% of those age 65 or over.[77]


A retail building in downtown Kennewick.

Kennewick's economy is closely tied to the rest of the Tri-Cities and is heavily influenced by the Hanford Site and the national laboratory. The agriculture and healthcare industries also employ many residents.[78] It has developed to become the retail hub of the Tri-Cities and hosts the only mall in the area—Columbia Center Mall.[13] As such, Kennewick draws in shoppers walmart vision center lavale md a significant portion of southeast Washington and northeast Oregon.[79] Aside from the commercial area around the mall, the other significant retail districts include the historic downtown area and the newly developed Southridge district.[80][81]

Many agricultural commodities are grown near Kennewick, and many of these pass through the city to be processed and/or transported to other markets for consumption. Boise, Idaho-based Lamb Weston, a division of ConAgra Foods, has corporate offices in Kennewick and Tyson Foods does processing in town.[78] Volcanic ash is mixed in with the rich soil of the region, creating ideal growing conditions for numerous crops.[82]Irrigation enhanced the region through further diversification of agricultural products coming from the Columbia Basin to include vineyards and a variety of vegetables and tree fruit. In higher elevations, like much of the Horse Heaven Hills, there is no access to irrigation water, limiting agricultural activities in that area to ranching and growing wheat.[13][83][84]

The region is experiencing consistent job growth, which is creating a large population boom. Home prices have increased by about 10% annually in Kennewick for the past several years, with slower increases having occurred before 2016.[79] Despite this growth, unemployment remained above both the national and state averages in 2020.[85] Recently, industrial growth in Hermiston and at the Port of Login for merrick in Boardman has led to an increase in the number of Kennewick residents who commute to those areas for work.[86] This is further enhanced by a housing shortage in northeast Oregon.[87][88]


The American Empressstops in the Tri-Cities for wine tours and other excursions.

Kennewick hosts a number of events throughout the year, many of which are held outdoors in public parks during the warm season.[89] The largest weekend event in town is the Tri-Cities Water Follies, which fill the weekend of the HAPO Gold Cup, a hydroplane race taking place every July in the Columbia River just upstream of the Blue Bridge.[90] Activities in Kennewick that weekend include the races itself as well as an airshow. There are other events throughout the Tri-Cities during Water Follies, such as Art in the Park, a craft show at Howard Amon Park in Richland.[91][92] Over 70,000 people attend events related to Water Follies each year.[93]

Benton and Franklin Counties combine together to host a single fair at the end of each summer at the fairgrounds off SR 397 in east Kennewick. Like many other county fairs across the United States, the fair has livestock exhibitions, retail, carnival rides, and concerts.[94] Also on site during the fair is a rodeo named the Horse Heaven Round-Up.[95]


The arid climate and warm temperatures during the summer draw people to Kennewick from around the Pacific Northwest. Many summertime visitors engage in boating and other water related activities in the Columbia, Snake, and Yakima rivers.[96] The city and port district work together to further develop tourism throughout the city. This includes recent improvements to Clover Island, which has a hotel, lighthouse, and the Ice Harbor Brewing Company.[97][98][99] Adjacent to Clover Island is historic downtown, which has many antique and clothing shops. As of 2020[update], work is ongoing to develop the former Vista Field area in the west side of town into a mixed-use development that will include shopping.[100]

Kennewick lies near the center of Chase loan login wine country, which stretches from the Yakima Valley through the Columbia Basin and Horse Heaven Hills east to the Walla Walla Valley. There are several American Viticultural Areas near town. Wine tasting is a major part of the Tri-Cities tourism economy, with over 300 aep online bill pay ky and wine bars rooms in the area.[101] The city actively markets this to bring in visitors.[102] Cruises travel up the Columbia from Portland with a stop in the Tri-Cities to tour wineries in the area.[103]


Kennewick hosts two professional sports teams, the Tri-City Americans of the Western Hockey League and Tri-Cities Fire of the American West Football Conference. Both teams play at the Toyota Center.[104][105] The other professional sports team in the Tri-Cities, the Tri-City Dust Devils (a farm team of the San Diego Padres) plays at Gesa Stadium in Pasco.[106]

The Tri-City Americans were one of the original teams in the Western Hockey League, starting in Calgary, Alberta in 1966. The team moved a couple times before coming to the Tri-Cities in 1988, most recently being in a suburb of Vancouver, British Columbia. The team's move to the Tri-Cities made them the first professional hockey team to play in the area and was the catalyst for constructing the Toyota Center.[107] The Americans have won the US Division four times, but have not yet won a Western Conference final.[108]

The Tri-Cities Fire are an indoor football team playing in a league with three other teams. The team was founded in 2019, bringing indoor football back to the Toyota Center after the Tri-City Fever went dormant in 2016.[109][110] The Fire finished their first season with an 0-12 record, the worst in the league.[111] The Fever won one National Indoor Football League championship in 2005, beating the Rome Renegades. They went to the Indoor Football League championship game in 2011 and 2012, losing to Sioux Falls Storm both years.[112]

While Kennewick does not currently host a professional baseball team, they have a long history of doing so in the past. Professional minor league teams have played in Kennewick starting as early as 1950 with the Tri-City Braves. Other teams included the Tri-City Atoms, the Tri-City A's, the Tri-City Triplets, and the Tri-City Ports. All of these played at Sanders-Jacobs Field, which has since been demolished.[113] The city presently hosts the Atomic City Rollergirls, an amateur roller derby team.[114]Washington State University occasionally plays basketball at the Toyota Center.[115]


The only daily newspaper published in the Tri-Cities, the Tri-City Herald, is based in downtown Kennewick.[116] The Tri-Cities Journal of Business is a monthly print publication that is also located in Kennewick and also has a significant online presence. The Journal of Business also publishes the Senior Times, whose target demographic is Tri-Citians who ulta store near me 60 years or older.[117][118] The city hosts Tú Decides, a bilingual weekly news publication that is both in print and online. Tú Decides is available in both Spanish and English.[119] Richland based Tumbleweird is an alternative newspaper published closest bb&t atm near me that covers the Tri-Cities.[120]

Kennewick and the Tri-Cities share a television market with Yakima. Because of this, the local affiliates of major national networks are closely linked to the affiliates in Yakima. The studios of the Tri-Cities affiliates of NBC, ABC, and Fox are located in Kennewick. These are KNDU, KVEW, and KFFX respectively.[121][122][123] The CBS affiliate, KEPR is in Pasco.[124] KFFX does not produce any local programming, instead it acquires its news from KNDU and its parent station—KHQ in Spokane. Unlike the television market, the Tri-Cities and Yakima have separate radio markets. Sixteen radio stations are licensed in Kennewick by the FCC with others in nearby cities. There are several religious non-commercial radio stations with coverage in Kennewick. The school district operates a student-run station out of Tri-Tech.[125]NPR member stations Northwest Public Radio and Oregon Public Broadcasting also serve Kennewick.[126][127]

Parks and recreation[edit]

Kennewick's low precipitation values and mild-to-warm weather provide opportunities for outdoor recreation throughout much of the year. The city's Parks and Recreation Department operates 27 parks plus other facilities for the public to use. Many parks have shelters that can be reserved for events, with most of them offering playgrounds.[128] There are three athletic complexes throughout the city as well.[129] The Parks and Recreation Department also maintains several hiking and bike trails in the city, including the portion of the Sacagawea St maria goretti san jose Trail that passes through Kennewick.[130]

The largest park in the city's system is Columbia Park, which is a riverfront area to the north of SR 240 from the Richland/Kennewick city line in the west to the Blue Bridge in the east. There are several boat launches here offering access to the Columbia River. Kayaking and canoeing is another popular water activity. The Sacagawea Heritage Trail, a bike path connecting all three of the Tri-Cities, passes through the entire length of the park. The most developed portion of the park is the east end, which has a veterans memorial, golf course, fishing pond, and a large playground.[131] Columbia Park hosts the HAPO Gold Cup, an annual hydroplane race.[132] The part of Richland adjacent to the park is Columbia Park West. Combined, the two form 450 acres (180 ha) of contiguous public recreation land along the river.[133][134]

In the early 2010s, the city built the 52 acres (21 ha) Southridge Sports and Events Complex in the quickly growing south end of town along US 395.[135] This property is primarily used for scheduled sporting events, such as baseball, basketball, and volleyball. That said, it also has recreational facilities that don't need to be reserved, such as a playground and open fields.[136] Kennewick was able to secure a piece of the World Trade Center from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which is located in the southeast corner of the complex as a memorial to the victims of the September 11 attacks in 2001.[137] The complex was considered complete when the historic carousel that the city restored was opened on the site.[138]


Kennewick is a code city that operates under the council–manager form of government. The city council has seven members, four of which are elected at-large while three are elected by the city's three electoral wards.[139] The mayor is selected by the councilmembers. Kennewick's City Manager serves under capital one arena seating chart direction of the City Council, and administers and coordinates the delivery of municipal services.[140]

The City of Kennewick is a full-service city, providing police, fire prevention and suppression, emergency medical response, water and sewer, parks, public works, planning and zoning, street maintenance, code enforcement, and general administrative services to residents. The city also operations a regional convention center.[141] According to the City's 2018 audited financial report, the cities total annual expenses are $96.6 million, of which $24.2 million is funded by Sales Tax, $13.1 million by Utility Tax and $13.0 million by Property Tax.[141]: 6 

The citizens of Kennewick are represented in the Washington Senate by Sharon Brown in District 8, and Maureen Walsh in District 16, and in the Washington House of Representatives by Brad Klippert and Matt Boehnke in District 8, and Bill Jenkin and Skyler Rude in District 16.[142] At the national level, Kennewick and the rest of the Tri-Cities are part of the 4th congressional district, has been represented by Republican Dan Newhouse since 2015.[143][144]


Out of the city's residents who are 25 years or older, 88% hold a high school diploma (or equivalent) with 24% holding a bachelor's degree or better. These rates are higher than Pasco, but lower than Richland.[145] Kennewick does not have any post-secondary institutions, but is located near Columbia Basin College in Pasco or Washington State University Tri-Cities in Richland.[146][147]

Public schools located in the city are part of the Kennewick School District (KSD). The Kennewick School District has 17 elementary schools, five middle schools, three high schools serving over 18,000 students.[148] A vocational school is operated by KSD—with funding also coming from other local school districts—named the Tri-Tech Skills Center. Vocational programs at Tri-Tech include firefighting, radio broadcasting, and auto body technology.[149] Similarly, KSD contributes funding to Delta High School in Pasco, which is a STEM-focused school drawing students from around the Tri-Cities. KSD also operates Neil F. Lampson Stadium, located at Kennewick High School, which is used to host football and soccer games for the three high schools in town as well as for special events.[150] Lampson Stadium has a capacity of 6,800 people.[151]

There are five private schools for educating children in Kennewick. Many of these are run by Christian churches, including St. Joseph's Catholic School and Bethlehem Lutheran School.[152][153]



A divided highway approaching a dip in the road and an interchange near several apartment buildings
Looking eastbound on I-82 at the Badger Road interchange.

The nearest commercial airport to Kennewick is the Tri-Cities Airport in Pasco, with flights to several major international airports in the western part of the country. The busiest route is between Pasco and Seattle–Tacoma.[154] Pasco also has the station for both Amtrak's Portland-Chicago Empire Builder and Greyhound Lines.[155][156] The Port of Kennewick formerly operated Vista Field near the Toyota Center as a general aviation airport, but it closed at the end of 2013. The port plans to turn the land into a mixed-use development.[157]

Interstate 82 bypasses Kennewick to the south, connecting to Seattle via Interstate 90 and both Portland and Salt Lake City via Interstate 84. US 395 passes through town from south to north connecting to Spokane, also via Interstate 90. State Route 240 and State Route 397 also pass through Kennewick, but these mostly serve local traffic. SR 240 connects the Hanford Site to Richland and also travels across the Columbia Banks in tri cities washington on the Blue Bridge to Pasco. SR 397 connects both Interstate 82 and Interstate 182 in Pasco (via the Cable Bridge) to Finley, providing a direct route for freight to go to a chemical plant there.[158]

Public transportation in Kennewick is provided by Ben Franklin Transit, which runs several bus routes that provide intra-city service as well as connections to Pasco and Richland. There are two transit centers in Kennewick: the Three Rivers Transit Center near the Toyota Center and the Dayton Transfer Point downtown.[159] The transit authority also operates a dial-a-ride service for disabled persons.[160]


Water and sewer services are provided by the pay my cable bill online comcast, with electricity coming from Benton Public Utility District. Natural gas comes from Cascade Natural Gas. Kennewick contracts with Waste Management for garbage and recycling collection. Many people use irrigation water sourced from nearby rivers to water their lawns. This system is separate from the water provided by the city. Most of Kennewick is part of the Kennewick Irrigation District, with parts of the east side of town being under the Columbia Irrigation District.[161]

Nearly 80% of Kennewick's energy is hydroelectric, with another 10% coming from nuclear. Altogether, less than 5% of the city's electricity is sourced from fossil fuels.[162]

Health care[edit]

The only hospital in Kennewick is Trios, located in the Southridge area. Trios is a rebranding of Kennewick General Hospital, and still operates the original hospital near downtown. Trios also operates clinics and urgent care facilities throughout the Tri-Cities.[163] The main Trios Hospital has 111 beds for treating patients. Having many clinics around the Tri-Cities, Kadlec Regional Medical Center in Richland is another major health care player in Kennewick. Kadlec has 270 beds to treat patients.[164]

Trios is a Level III trauma center and is the only hospital in the Tri-Cities that is a designated as a pediatric trauma center.[165] Kadlec is a Level II trauma center and often receives victims from car accidents.[166] Patients needing further care are often transported to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, which is the only Level I trauma center in the Pacific Northwest.[167] Children with significant medical needs are often treated at Seattle Children's. Seattle Children's operates a clinic in Richland.[168]

Notable people[edit]

  • Adelle August, actress and 1952 Miss Washington USA[169]
  • Stu Barnes, former Tri-City Americans and NHL player, now an assistant coach with the Dallas Stars[170]
  • Jeremy Bonderman, Major League Baseball pitcher, Detroit Tigers[171]
  • Adam Carriker, defensive end for the Washington Redskins of the National Football League and graduate of Kennewick High School[172]
  • Rick Emerson, former radio personality[173]
  • Janet Krupin, actress, singer, writer, and producer[174]
  • Olaf Kolzig, former Tri-City Americans and NHL goaltender, Washington Capitals[175]
  • Damon Lusk, NASCAR driver[176]
  • Ray Mansfield, National Football League player, center, Pittsburgh Steelers[177]
  • Michael McShane, United States Judge for the District of Oregon[178]
  • Leilani Mitchell, Professional basketball player[179]
  • Scot Pollard, former NBA player[180]
  • Mike Reilly, NFL quarterback, Pittsburgh Steelers, Green Bay Packers, St. Louis Rams, CFL quarterback, Edmonton Eskimos[181]
  • Russ Swan, Major League Baseball pitcher, San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners, Cleveland Indians[182]
  • Shawn O'Malley, Major League Baseball outfielder, Seattle Mariners[183]

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WSU had a record fall enrollment with total student numbers increasing from 21,248 to 21,794. 9400 Driving Directions Office Hours Monday – Thursday 8am-6pm* Friday 9am-5pm* *Please arrive at least As one of six campuses of the Washington State University system, WSU Vancouver offers big-school resources in a small-school environment. Campuses are located in Pullman, Spokane, the Tri-Cities, Vancouver, and in Everett. Explore the campus maps and find your perfect WSU experience. 10/23/21 – BYU: 9am – 12:30pm. There is growth in the number of students who attend class on campus. This is not a list of all proctoring locations within a region, city h and m shop near me county. [email protected] 11/19/21 (Friday) – Arizona: Regular hours (9:30am – 4:30pm) Like us on Facebook and/or follow us on Twitter for all the latest updates on Ferdinand’s hours, weekly specials, and fun facts! 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May 09, 2019 · Modernization Team Visits WSU Campus Locations May 9, 2019 Emily Bailes In late April, Modernization Team members visited the WSU campus locations at Everett, Spokane, Tri-Cities, and Vancouver to engage with community members and increase awareness of Modernization Initiative activities. Farmington Station. The Pullman campus of Washington State University is 620 acres (2. × Visiting Campus. In 1967, the Richland School District donated 84 acres to provide a permanent home for the facility. WSU West. Not fi nding a convenient location? Access WSU from home through WSU Online. The Columbia River rolls through the region just 10 miles south of campus. WSU also has a campus in Rochester, MN with locations in downtown Rochester and on the RTCT campus. 5 km 2) and is in the Palouse region. [email protected] They provide baccalaureate- and graduate-level education to benefit the people, communities, and economy of Southwest Washington. 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