Welcome to Garfield County! Located in the Southeast corner of Washington State, between Asotin and Columbia counties, this geographically diverse region is bordered on the North by the Snake River and on the South by the Blue Mountains, affording a variety of year-round recreation.
Population grew by 15 over the last 5 years and is projected to grow by 7 over the next 5 years.
Jobs grew by 1 over the last 5 years and are projected to grow by 64 over the next 5 years.
Median household income is $3.9K below the national median household income of $55.3K.
Historically an agricultural region, Garfield County’s business economy is based largely in service, and retail. Garfield County’s rich pioneer history lives on in the local preservation of its historic houses, buildings and family farms. Garfield County is home to the historic Pataha Flour Mill and Eastern Washington Agricultural Museum. The county supports one port district, the Port of Garfield, which utilizes waterway transport along the Snake River, and is serviced by overland transportation along U.S. Highway 12, with connections to major interstates.
Community pride, friendly customer service, quality K-12 education, local health services and abundant recreation opportunities add to the rural charm of this vibrant, growing, neighborly community, creating a safe and welcoming environment for families and businesses.