Kennewick, Washington 

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It is basically split. Mèò'ww wàûrll'meóów w'ãur' - 9/29/2019
If you have ever seen the Liberal/Conservative?? voters scale you would know that it's split! Translation for pets: Mêøww Wàùürl meœw méow wáúrl m'eõw w'ãùr'rl! G'rr bårk wòo'f, bærr'kk gr'r'r wœ'ff Read More

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Real Potential to Prosper - 6/28/2019
I visited Kennewick about 2 weeks ago. It was an adventure I won't be forgetting anytime soon. This place seriously has a lot of potential to be worth the time to check out. This is the kind of location with a real community to it. Very welcoming of visitors, tourists and prospective future buyers. A really great melting pot for young people. Obviously this is the kind of place you can go out and meet new people and develop the proper social skills necessary to be successful. Compared to most places in Washington, they easily pale in comparison to Kennewick. I say this being somebody who has been all over the world. Kennewick is definitely up there for upcoming future potential to live in and to really integrate with a good community worth the time of the Read More
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Kennewick is NOT CONSERVATIVE - 6/27/2019
It does not lean conservative! People are seriously deluted,specifacly outside of kennewick,they belive that it ACTUALLY LEANS REPUBLICAN! THOSE IDIOTS HAVE NOOOO IDEA THAT IT IS A GOOD PLACE TO LIVE! NOT A RE-BUB-LICAN FILLED Read More

Nice but limited - 7/27/2018
Less hectic than larger cities, but growing. Pleasing environment and family friendly. It’s a food desert though and customer service is poor. Too many chains and not enough quality local restaurants or stores. Sadly, despite surroundings of agricultural and ranching, most foods are not sourced locally. Pitiful selection of organic and regional foods aside from farmers markets Read More

Beautiful Place to Live - 11/7/2012
We moved from Seattle to Kennewick becuase the cost of living compared to Seattle is 30% lower. I was warned by a couple of people that the people here are more cliquish but i was sure we could get past that. I have found that they were right. It's been very hard to become part of this community as diverse as it seems. We are just in our 60's...middle age, married and faily conservative and friendly, but it has been hard to get rid of that feeling that we just don't "fit" here in spite of our lovely home which we love dearly. We are seriously considering moving away to a remote area.
Aside from that, Kennewick is a beautiful place to live and very open and great Read More

Good place if you are working - 8/4/2011
Kennewick bases a lot of its prices on people who work at Hanford. A very high paying job site. Not everyone works there. If you are retired it is even harder. Property values have held quite high in this area, Read More

Lovely town, lights of city, Columbia River, bridg - 4/29/2010
I like Kennewick. I moved to Kennewick from Hermiston Oregon about ten years ago, and moved to Eltopia (twenty miles north, in farm country) about two years ago. In Kennewick I love seeing the city lights, the bridges crossing the Columbia River. Kennewick has almost all the services one would want, although for some serious medical conditions requiring specialists or a University,people still drive to Spokane which is a couple of hours away. We have miles of parks and trails along the Columbia River, good fishing, and rural surrounding areas which are beautiful farmland, with many vinyards, wheat fields and potato crops. There is lots of entertainment, outdoor music, a Farmers Market across the river in Pasco, a really nice, larger shopping mall that is aging gracefully and recently on, and new communities springing up on the outskirts with their own nice, albeit smaller, malls. An older downtown area has some nice little shops and restaurants. We have music stores (a must for Read More

Great place to live when you're a new homebuyer or - 11/4/2009
For the younger crowd, Tri-Cities can seem like a snore. The nicest part about this area though is the low density of traffic, and its location to many of the bigger cities, often just a day trip away. Growing up here, I wanted to live in a bigger city, but after college came back to appreciate the beauty of the area as an older resident. Drugs seem to be a mounting problem here just like in most places in the US, but our law enforcement is on top of the majority of it. Definately live in central to West Kennewick to avoid many of the problems that riddle the east side and somewhat stretch into the neighboring town of Finley. Kennewick is the most modern out of the Tri-Cities, all in all, a decent quality of life, not exciting, but you will be able to move through your days and transition into your nights with Read More

Great place to live! - 10/15/2009
When I first came to Kennewick, I didn't think I would end up moving here, let alone stay here for the last 18 years! The town has grown a lot since then and it remains a great place to live. The cost of living is low, the housing market affordable, there are good jobs available. I love the hot summers. Winters can get a little chilly and occasionally we get some snow (which I love) but we get a lot more sunshine than rain. There's also plenty to do here; water sport, wine tours, fishing, etc. Of course there's the annual hydroplane races, awesome fireworks on the fourth of July, haunted corn maizes in October, the county fair in August, Christmas bazaars and lighted boat parades on the water in December, and more. Plenty of shopping too! We have a very nice mall, big stores like Wal-Mart, Target, Costco, Home Depot, Lowes, Office Max, Best Buy, Fred Meyers, Macy's, JC Penny, Sears, and lots more. Grocery stores like Safeway, Albertsons, Winco, Yokes, etc. Many stores are Read More

Possible move to the area - 7/6/2009
My family and I are considering moving to the area. Would like to know if the area is growing as far as jobs and recreation. How the school system is, and real estate. Family attractions if any. Any opinion would be appreciated in making this decision. Thank Read More


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