Over 1,400 people participated in a poll seeking input about possible expansion of Yakima Airport. Click “Read More” for results of the poll, which showed 83% strongly supported expansion.
Category: Points of Interest
Central Washington artists are invited to submit their work for the next Windows Alive! exhibit in downtown Yakima. Click “Read More” for details, including an online application.
The City of Yakima is partnering with Yakima County to replace Nelson Dam for improved fish passage and water resources. Work is scheduled to wrap up in April. Click “Read More” for details.
Click “Read More” for a City of Yakima interactive map showing the City’s Snow Routes. It is one in a series of maps produced by the City’s Geographic Information Systems Department.
All who are ages 18 and younger can ride Yakima Transit for free thanks to a grant from the state of Washington. Click “Read More” for details on obtaining a free Youth Card.
Softball in the snow, Teen Zone, Harvest Carnival and more are in store this fall/winter thanks to Yakima Parks and Recreation. Click “Read More” for the 2022 Fall Program Guide.
Volunteers of all ages are needed for the City of Yakima’s new Sustainable Yakima Committee. Click “Read More” for details and apply! Application deadline is Sept. 30.
Several public works projects are planned this summer in the City of Yakima. Click “Read More” about upcoming improvements and temporary impacts on traffic so you #KnowBeforeYouGo
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.
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.