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Michelle
Moses Lake, WA

I enjoy the dry desert climate and central location to outdoor activities. Even though it is desert we enjoy four seasons. The drawback is the influx of gain related activities.

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Michelle
Moses Lake, WA

Moses Lake - 11/6/2012

I enjoy the dry desert climate and central location to outdoor activities. Even though it is desert we enjoy four seasons. The drawback is the influx of gain related activities.

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Aaron G
Moses Lake, WA

Great town, friendly people and lots to do. - 9/10/2011

I have lived in Moses Lake with my wife and kids since 2004. We did not like the town at first but as we discoverd the area more we fell in love with this town. First you are in a nice climate with lots of bodies of water to play in. Moses Lake has 30 parks and only 20,000 people. The parks are a great place to gather and have fun. The water park is top notch and is typicaly not so crowded that you have any types of long waits. The town is lacking in shopping and while the restaurants that are in town are good there is not a lot of diversity. That being said, you are 75 minutes from Spokane, 80 minutes from Tri-Cities 2.15hours from downtown Seattle, 70 minutes to Wenatchee and a few miles past Wenatchee is Leavenworth. There is a lot to do and explore in this area but if you are looking for more of a night life atmosphere this is not the place to be. Good luck in your adventures.

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John
Moses Lake, WA

Not quite right - 4/23/2009

Some of the information is not really accurate. The average rain fall is 6 inches not 10. Moses Lake has over 300 days of sun a year not 169.

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Dan & Ann
Moses Lake, WA

Climate conditions of Laguna area of Moses Lake - 6/27/2008

In general we have milder winters (comparing to other cities in area), spring can be a bit windy, summers tend to be hot (but evenings usually bring a mild breeze or wind) and falls are wonderful, weatherwise. We live in the Laguna Area of Moses Lake (South of I-90) on the West side of Moses Lake. Our home is located on the water. In general the Laguna area has less wind than other areas of Moses Lake.

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Dan & Ann
Moses Lake, WA

Climate conditions of Laguna area of Moses Lake - 6/27/2008

In general we have milder winters (comparing to other cities in area), spring can be a bit windy, summers tend to be hot (but evenings usually bring a mild breeze or wind) and falls are wonderful, weatherwise. We live in the Laguna Area of Moses Lake (South of I-90) on the West side of Moses Lake. Our home is located on the water. In general the Laguna area has less wind than other areas of Moses Lake.

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Sarah
Cheney, WA

The Mormon church rules the town - 1/28/2008

I have grown up in Moses Lake and have witnessed how wrong it is that the Mormon Church has their say in EVERYTHING that goes on in the town. School dances, play productions, the dance team, and sports, have all been changed or have even been pushed out by constant pressure of the church! If you are not of the Mormon religion and want to live in Moses Lake, I would seriously think about if you want to be surrounded by loud and very opinionated people who think they know what the best and moral thing is for every citizen of the town. It is only getting worse, and it won’t be long before they are involved in every council and group in town.

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Bp
Moses Lake, WA

Economy & Population - 1/9/2008

We have jobs & absolutely need qualified applicants. The emploers are having a difficult time finding qualified employees to fill the positions. How can your company help? I am a licensed Realtor since 1992. I have sold many houses in this area. The economy is thriving & housing is affordable. It's been great to see the amount of people able to buy houses in this area. Some of the great opportunities in our small growing area is the level of educated people moving into & staying in the area. Also, the amount of educational programs companies are implementing to help provide even more opportunities for employers & employee's. Bid Bend Community College has a tech Dept. that is truly going to help those individuals interested in fields needing that type of training. Many Companies are interested in this area for the cheap power & multiple transportation choices. The articles that your site has seem to be wrong. Terry Brewer with Grant County Ecomonic Development Council has many Demographic survey information avaliable that you may want to utilize in data that may need to be updated. In 2001 Genie Ind. had many demographic studies preformed & the Moses Lake School District service an amount total 37,283 people. Several business building here & it's a great place to live & make money. No Hurricanes, No Floods, No Tornados, No Earthquakes, Lots of room for people to come & enjoy. Port of Moses Lakes Airport has 2nd longest runway this side of the Mississippi.

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Amanda
Moses Lake, WA

Potentially good place to retire? Lousy place to g - 5/28/2006

Moses Lake may be a great place to retire but it is a lousy place to grow up. There is very little for kids to do, less for young adults {hence the meth and other drug problems. There is a movie theater, aquatic center, batting cages {multiple park with baseball fields... hippy yay :-( } an ice skating rink for winter use and that about sums it up. If you are an adult you can hand out at one of the many bars or taverns or waste your money away at one of the two casinos. The schools are newly remodeled but the problems still remain... teachers that are there for a paycheck and lord forbid that they step outside of the box and actually teach and take the time to realize that no one child is the same. I've been through the school system here. I am very disappointed and I absolutely will not allow my children to be exposed to such one-sided piss-poor pseudo-teachers that lack creativity, ingenuity and intelligence {looking in the back of the book for the answers IS NOT TEACHING!}. I know of teachers who have tried to make a difference by genuinely caring about the education of children. Their mouths and hands were bound by the scared unknowledgeable less fruitcake administration and eventually pushed out... so we are back to square one. The lake is green and slimy, the people are nice {as long as you have money in your pocket or are of the Mormon faith {I have know people who were denied the opportunity to buy a certain house because they were not Mormon}, and the career opportunities are minimal not to mention that we have one of the most useless "The Good-Ol-Boys" police departments in the state. If you have an actual problem... don't count on them. If you want to take in any real cultural activities {and no I don't mean tractor races and cow-tipping} you have to drive at least an hour and a half any direction to see a real play, symphony or concert. Potential businesses are pushed away for fear of growth and the unknown. Yet we have a new church build about every 2 years. That concludes my opinion at this time 100% honest. I've lived here all my life and cannot wait to get of Moses Hole.

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mrs+FiFi
Tualatin, OR

Relocating - 4/19/2006

We plan on retiring and relocating soon to Moses Lake WA. We like the climate, small town atmosphere, affordable housing, clear air, friendly people and lots of recreation.

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