Clean City Program update

The Yakima City Council recently received the 2022 first quarter report about the Clean City Program’s efforts. Click “Read More” for more about the program and its progress.

Downtown Yakima Farmers Market

The Downtown Yakima Farmers Market is open each Sunday from 9 am to 1 pm in front of the Capitol Theatre. Click “Read More” for more about the market and fun activities that are planned.

Lodging Tax and Tourism Promotion

Click “Read More” for details about applying for City of Yakima lodging tax and tourism promotion grant funds. Applications will be accepted from May 2nd through July 1st.

Disaster Preparedness Survey

Yakima County is updating its hazard mitigation plan and encourages your participation in a disaster preparedness survey. Click “Read More” for details about the plan and a link to the survey.

Homelessness Resources

There are a number of local, non-profit organizations available to assist those experiencing homelessness. Want to help? Click “Read More” for contact info and resources.

Irrigation begins April 1st

The City of Yakima’s irrigation season begins April 1st. Click “Read More” for tips to prep for irrigation season, the City irrigation system’s history and contact numbers for more information.

Map of the Month – New Utility Box Art

Click “Read More” to learn about a recent addition to a City of Yakima project that wraps utility boxes in local artwork. Also click for an interactive map showing the other signal box art installations.

Excessive Heat Warning

An excessive heat warning is in effect through 8 pm Thursday, July 1. Click “Read More” for more about the heat wave, cooling centers the City of Yakima is offering and tips to stay safe.

Harman Senior Center

The Harman Center at Gailleon Park offers a wide range of programs and services to Yakima senior citizens and serves as a wonderful venue for a variety of special events. To learn more about the Harman Senior Center, click “Read More”.

2016 Yakima Parks & Recreation Community Survey

Help chart the future of Yakima’s parks by filling out the 2016 Yakima Parks & Recreation Community Survey. The survey has been mailed to more than 4000 randomly-selected households and can also be filled on online by clicking “Read More” and following directions to the survey link.