The City of Kennewick has recently announced plans to expand its Urban Growth Boundaries to include approximately 2,000 acres of industrial property south along Interstate 82.
Tri-Cities is one of the fastest growing areas in the United States
In Richland, the Department of Energy is in the process of conveying over 1,600 acres of industrial property to the community for industrial/technology and energy development. A 900 acre “mega-site” is planned as part of this conveyance.
In Pasco, the Heritage Industrial Center is one of the premier rail served industrial parks in the Northwest.
Red Mountain Center in West Richland is developing around a winery theme, capitalizing on the rapidly expanding wine industry in Eastern Washington.
Make a bold impact; make your life brighter; cheer out loud at the success you can achieve in Tri-Cities.
Invented, Located or Manufactured in the Tri-Cities:
- 257 MPH Ulitmate Aero built by SSC North America (listed as the world’s fastest production automobile)
- Inventions that form the foundation of holography*
- Ice Harbor Dam on the Snake River has the 2nd largest navigation lock in the world
- Optical digital recording that is critical design element for CDs and DVDs*
- B Reactor, world’s first full-scale nuclear reactor
- Frozen French Fry Capital of the World
- First prototype Grid-Friendly™ Appliance Controller Chip for consumer appliances*
- Lampson International manufacturers the largest land-based mobile crawler crane
- Rattlesnake Mountain is the tallest treeless mountain in the Western Hemisphere
(*Inventions of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)