Tri-Cities Washington School District Boundary Maps | Kennewick, Richland, and Pasco

Occasionally, we get asked about the boundaries of a particular school district. Here are links to the appropriate school district's web pages providing boundary maps. These maps could prove very helpful if you need a home in a particular school district.

Home searches can be done here: MLS Search

Kennewick School District boundary map:

Kennewick School District Boundaries

Richland School District Boundary map:

Richland School District School Boundaries

Pasco School District Boundary map:

Pasco School District School Boundaries


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2023 Regional Home & Garden Show

The annual Spring Home Show of the Home Builders Association of Tri-Cities will be on February 17, 18, and 19 at the TRAC Center in Pasco, Washington. Remodeling, renovating, and redecorating tips abound at this event!

Home and Garden Show

HAPO Center, Pasco
Friday, Feb. 17 • 10 am to 7 pm
Saturday, Feb. 18 • 10 am to 7 pm
Sunday, Feb. 19 • 10 am to 4 pm

Admission:
Adults $8 • Kids 12 and under free
$3 off admission price with a nonperishable food item for Salvation Army.
Free readmission all weekend with return stamp.

Come learn from the experts with our FREE daily seminars!

Sponsors of the Fall Home Show include Yakima Federal, 94.9 the Wolf, NonStop Local, and the Tri-City Association of Realtors. 

For more information visit…

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2023 Polar Plunge | Tri-Cities Washington | Special Olympics 


Polar Plunge | Tri-Cities Washington | Special Olympics This Winter, Columbia Point Marina Park will once again be packed with brave polar plungers. Just chill though, you don't have to get in the water. Whether you get cold for a cause or show up to cheer others on, this annual tradition has something for everyone. Join us for an experience like no other!

What you can expect from the 2023 Polar Plunge:

Jan 21st, 2023

9:00 am – Registration opens
11:15 pm – Awards and Costume Contests begin
12:00 pm – Plunge!

Columbia Point Marina Park

Riverfront Trail, Richland, WA

This Polar Plunge event will feature a costume contest with prizes. Winners will be chosen based on crowd response, so bring your friends and family to cheer you…

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Tri-Cities Washington (PSC) Airport

We came across this circa 1964 image from a vintage photo:

Tri-Cities Washington Airport PSC in Pasco WA

What Tri-Cities Regional Airport looks like today:

Tri-Cities Washington Airport Information:

Address:  3601 N 20th Ave, Pasco, WA 99301 | Directions
Phone: (509) 547-6352
Code: PSC
Serves: Tri-Cities Metropolitan Area

About the Tri-Cities Washington Airport:

The Tri-Cities Washington Airport (PSC) is a vibrant hub in the heart of Pasco, Washington. With over 500,000 passengers passing through its gates each year, it's a bustling center of activity for air travel in and out of the area. The airport offers nonstop flights to major US cities such as Seattle, Los Angeles, and Chicago, as well as convenient connections to international…

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Reach Museum Richland WA | About, Hours, Events, Weddings, and more...

Reach Museum Richland WA | About, Hours, Events, Weddings The Reach Museum in Richland, Washington is a one-of-a-kind destination for history buffs and art aficionados alike. Established in 1987, this amazing museum features collections of items from the Columbia River Basin that represent the diverse cultures of the region’s past as well as pieces from the present. From Native American artifacts to modern contemporary art displays, you’ll find something for everyone here!

Although established in 1987, the current building opened in 2014. The Reach has a 14,000 square foot ground floor which contains the galleries, rotating exhibit, a great hall, and a store. The museum has seen approximately 70,000 visitors since opening in July 2014,…

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Not exactly real estate, but we are fascinated and thrilled with the support for Damar Hamlin...

Status and Update of Buffalo Bills Damar Hamlin

Prayer changed things: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRpAEuBR/

Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin was released yesterday from Buffalo General Medical Hospital after undergoing a series of evaluations. He returned home nine days after collapsing on the field from cardiac arrest during Monday Night Football. Hamlin has yet to make any announcements about a return to the sport.

Early expert speculation suggested 24-year-old Hamlin's collapse stemmed from ultrarare commotio cordis, where blunt force to the heart disrupts its rhythm and forces it to stop, but cardiologists claim it likely indicates an…

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2023-2024 First Night Tri-Cities WA New Year's Celebration
First Night Tri-Cities is a family-friendly, alcohol-free celebration of the New Year held each year on December 31 at the Gesa Carousel of Dreams in Kennewick.

After taking a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, First Night First Night Tri-Cities WA New Year's CelebrationTri-Cities is excited to once again offer carousel rides, magic shows, inflatables, face painting and of course a dazzling fireworks show.

The First Night Tri-Cities event is interactive and there is something for all ages. Go through a giant inflatable obstacle course. Join the hypnosis show. Enter your little one in the baby crawling race. Take a ride on the carousel.  First Night Tri-Cities is confident you'll find something for everyone to enjoy at an affordable…

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Is the Tri-Cities in Washington a Good Place to Retire?

Is The Tri-Cities in Washington a Good Place To Retire?Yes, the Tri-Cities in Washington is a good place to retire.  Are you looking for the perfect place to retire? Look no further than the Tri-Cities in Washington! This charming Southeastern Washington state region offers a peaceful, small-town atmosphere with plenty of activities for seniors. With its temperate climate and low cost of living, this area provides an attractive option for retirees.

The Tri-Cities offers something for everyone. Whether you enjoy outdoor activities or prefer shopping and dining, this region has it all. With over 26 miles of trails along the Columbia River, nature lovers will find themselves in paradise. For those who wish to stay active, there are several golf…

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Is Richland Washington a Nice Place to Live?

Is Richland Washington a Nice Place to Live?Yes, Richland Washington is a nice place to live.  Richland Washington is a wonderful place to call home. Boasting stunning scenery, plenty of outdoor activities and a close-knit community, Richland has something for everyone.

The evergreen fields of agriculture, rolling hills and sparkling rivers give Richland an idyllic backdrop, perfect for exploring or just enjoying the peace and quiet. Outdoor enthusiasts can choose from camping, hiking, bike riding and more. Or if you prefer to stay indoors, there’s an abundance of cultural activities and events to attend.

The people of Richland revel in its small-town atmosphere while still having access to big-city amenities. Its friendly people will make you…

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2022 Christmas Tri-Cities Washington Things To Do and Christmas Lights To Visit

Senske Services, 400 N Quay in Kennewick
Nightly from 5 pm – 11:30 pm
Christmas Tri-Cities Washington Things To Do and Christmas Lights To VisitCost: free but donations are being collected for 2nd HarvestCome by any night of the month to donate nonperishable food items for 2nd Harvest. Stay to enjoy the show. 500,000 lights dance synced to music playing throughout the event. Or enjoy the warmth of your car while tuning to radio station 90.3 FM. We have multiple selfie stations set up to capture photos with friends and family. Letters to Santa can be dropped into an official North Pole mailbox. 
Info: https://www.senske.com/holiday-lights/annual-light-show/

Christmas Carol Lane – December 2022
Nightly from 6 p.m.Christmas Carol Lane is a fun…

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