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Yakima is the county seat of Yakima County, Washington, situated in the Yakima Valley, a productive agricultural region noted for apple, wine, and hop production.
In 1805, the Lewis and Clark Expedition came to the Yakima Valley and found abundant wildlife and rich soil. Homesteaders soon followed and their conflicts with the native Yakama peoples resulted in the Yakima War.
Fort Simcoe was established by the U.S. Army in 1856 near present-day White Swan as a response to the uprising. The Yakamas were forced to relocate to the Yakama Indian Reservation after their defeat.
A small village known as Yakima City emerged in the 1860s to serve the valley’s scattered ranchers. In 1870 it became the county seat.
In 1885 the Northern Pacific Railway arrived in the Yakima Valley and established North Yakima four miles north of Yakima City. The railroad paid the moving costs for any business that wanted to relocate to the new, modern city.
Over 100 buildings were moved with rollers and horse teams to the site of the new railroad depot. The next year North Yakima was incorporated and was made the county seat.
In June 1917 the state legislature renamed Yakima City to Union Gap and then in January 1918 dropped “North” from city’s name making it simply Yakima. These changes were made at the request of the U.S. Post Office, which did not want two side-by-side cities with such similar names.
Yakima’s growth in the 20th century was fueled primarily by agriculture and while Yakima still relies heavily on agriculture to drive its economy, over 250 manufacturing firms are also located in the valley and produce a variety of products including aircraft parts, wood products, plastic products, recreational vehicles, and communications technology.
The Yakima Valley is also home to multiple craft breweries, distilleries, and wineries that draw visitors. Tourism has become one of the fastest growing segments of Yakima’s economy. The burgeoning wine industry has become a boon to the local economy with over fifty wineries covering more than 11,000 acres of the Yakima Valley
- Yakima Valley Trolleys
- Yakima Valley Museum
- Yakima Area Arboretum
- Welcome to Yakima – The Palm Springs of Washington Sign
- A.E. Larson Building
- Yakima Greenway & Sarg Hubbard Park
- Yakima’s Indian Painted Rocks
- Yakima’s Gilbert House
- Martin Luther King Junior Park
- Central Washington Agricultural Museum, Union Gap
- Teapot Dome Gas Station National Historic Site, Zillah
- Fort Simcoe Historical State Park, White Swan
- Northern Pacific Railway Museum, Topenish
- Treveri Cellars
- Antolin Cellars
- Kana Winery
- Wilridge Vineyard, Winery & Distillery
- Gilbert Cellars
- Mill Lane Winery
- J B Neufeld
- Naches Heights Vineyard
- Yakima Sportsman State Park
- Franklin Park
- Sarg Hubbard Park
- Chesterley Park
- Cowiche Canyon & Uplands Trails
- Kiwanis Park
- Sunrise Rotary Park
1602 W Lincoln Ave, Ste 102
Yakima, WA 98902
Monday thru Friday: 9:00am to 5:30pm
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