112 Canyon Street Richland Washington Home For Sale This 1976 South Richland home for sale is centrally located in the Tri Cities offering easy freeway access and short trips to all sorts of shopping. Just a few miles from Columbia Center Mall, this 3 bedroom, 2 bath mid-entry home hosts 1,560 square feet on a spacious .2 acre fenced back yard. With central heat and air conditioning, the new vinyl windows are certainly an energy saver. Asking price, $170,000. Please call or email with any question you might have, as we are always available to serve you. Colleen, 509.438.9344 or Joe 509.308.5513

About Richland Washington Found at the confluence of the Yakima River and Columbia river, the south east Washington city of Richland has a population of about 47,410 according to the Office of Financial Management in the Washington state.  Together with the neighboring cities of Pasco and Kennewick, Richland is part of Washington's Tri-Cities area which is home to the Hanford nuclear site which was established in 1943 as a nuclear production complex but has since been decommissioned for environmental cleanup The history of Richland extends back to 1905 when the Postal authorities approved a 2,300 acre town site proposed by W.R. Amon and Howard, his son, to be called Richland in honor of Nelson Rich who was a legislator in the Washington state as well as a successful and influential land developer. Richland was then registered in the Benton County in the year 1906 and incorporated four years later as a Fourth Class city in the state of Washington. Richland started as an agricultural town but later became a military town following the eviction of 300 residents from 1000 mile stretch of land along the Columbia River by the army. The government owned all the land and buildings and provided all the services. It was Harold Orlando who negotiated for increase rights for the military personnel upon being elected the first mayor of Richland in 1954. In 1957, the government sold the housing establishments to the residents and Richland was incorporated as a first class city one year later. As such the city became fully self-governed.  A significant percentage of the Richland residents today work at the Hanford nuclear site. There are many reminders of the Richland history from streets named after army generals to the nuclear themed ones such as Einstein Street. The Columbia River Exhibition of History and Technology (CREHST) museum also showcases historic nuclear technology. Golf is a popular recreational activity in Richland mainly because of the favorable climate in the area. There are three 18-hole and one 9-hole course in Richland. Posted by Colleen Lane on


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