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230 Apartments for rent in Richland, WA

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1 Unit Available
Washington Square I
2455 George Washington Way
Richland, WA
1 Bedroom
$950
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 07:31 AM
At Washington Square I in Richland, you've discovered your new home. These apartments are located in Richland on George Washington Way in the 99354 area. Come by to check out the apartment floorplan options.
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4 Units Available
The Lofts at Innovation Center
2895 Pauling Ave
Richland, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,150
645 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
958 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:23 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at The Lofts at Innovation Center in Richland. View photos, descriptions and more!
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83 Units Available
Park Place Apartments
650 George Washington Way
Richland, WA
Studio
$1,250
464 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,375
773 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,825
1039 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:22 AM
Located on George Washington Way, Park Place will provide an experience the Tri-Cities has never had before: secure, interior-entry apartments in a thoroughly modern setting on one of the area’s most vibrant parks and bustling downtowns.
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7 Units Available
575 Columbia
575 Columbia Point Drive
Richland, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,200
732 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 07:13 AM
A contemporary retreat connecting you to one of Richland's most desirable, recreation-rich neighborhoods, 575 Columbia is a comfortable balance of high-end design and easy living.
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2 Units Available
Jadwin Stevens
1851 Jadwin Avenue
Richland, WA
1 Bedroom
$875
677 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 06:25 AM
Centrally located between Jadwin Avenue and Stevens Drive in north Richland, Jadwin Stevens is conveniently located near shopping, restaurants, Hanford High School, and all of north Richlands Hanford and PNNL related activities.
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14 Units Available
Bellavista
2100 Bellerive Dr
Richland, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,045
753 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,195
920 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,595
1140 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:19 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Bellavista in Richland. View photos, descriptions and more!
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12 Units Available
The Commons
2894 Salk Avenue
Richland, WA
Studio
$1,000
366 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,200
655 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
934 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:03 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at The Commons in Richland. View photos, descriptions and more!
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8 Units Available
Badger Mountain Ranch
451 Westcliffe Boulevard
Richland, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,199
839 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,264
1098 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,503
1310 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:47 AM
Nestled in a great South Richland neighborhood, Badger Mountain Ranch offers brand new one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments for rent.
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4 Units Available
Evergreen Ridge
1775 Columbia Park Trl
Richland, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,144
745 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,508
943 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:47 AM
Evergreen Ridge Apartments for rent in Richland, Washington, boasts the best views in town! Situated in the middle of the Tri-Cities, Evergreen Ridge offers comfort and convenience in one of the best locations! Experience an array of outdoor
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13 Units Available
Regency Park
3003 Queensgate Dr
Richland, WA
Studio
$1,125
525 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,325
712 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
1184 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:46 AM
Welcome Home To Regency Park at Queensgate Welcome home to Regency Park at Queensgate Apartment Homes in the Tri-Cities neighborhood of Richland, Washington! We are a beautiful community with rustic craftsmanship, spacious units, luxurious finishes
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4 Units Available
Maple Ridge
69 Jadwin Ave
Richland, WA
1 Bedroom
$865
632 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,025
824 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:46 AM
Maple Ridge Apartments for rent in Richland, Washington, pet friendly offer one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. Our community amenities include a fitness studio, two laundry facilities, two pools, and two sport courts.
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1 Unit Available
Cedar North
1621 George Washington Way
Richland, WA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1115 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:46 AM
Cedar North has spacious 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartment homes. Our community offers friendly, professional staff, a refreshing seasonal pool and modern laundry facilities in each building.
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2 Units Available
Arborpointe
302 Greentree Ct
Richland, WA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,055
850 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:46 AM
Arborpointe offers spacious one-, two-, and three bedroom apartment homes with a wide range of amenities including an outdoor pool, cardio workout room, and a beautiful lounge area. Our location and plush landscaping is park-like.
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7 Units Available
Island View Apartments
1529 Columbia Park Trl
Richland, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,084
839 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,327
1098 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:46 AM
Located in Richland, Washington, Island View offers beautiful one- and two-bedroom homes with a relaxing, riverfront lifestyle that is unmatched in the Tri-Cities.
1 Unit Available
303 Gage #303
303 Gage Blvd
Richland, WA
2 Bedrooms
$1,050
1034 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:52 AM
View, View View! 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom unit with all new carpet and paint. condo comes with washer and dryer as well as refrigerator, stove and DW. Beautiful views of the Meadow Springs Golf course from the living room and dining/ kitchen.
1 Unit Available
411 Snyder Street
411 Snyder Street
Richland, WA
4 Bedrooms
$1,795
2619 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:52 AM
Home features 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Two car garage, fenced backyard with timed, underground sprinklers, large backyard with covered patio. Large family room, Living, Dining and eat in kitchen.
1 Unit Available
2712 Jason Loop
2712 Jason Loop
Richland, WA
4 Bedrooms
$1,935
1951 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:33 AM
2712 Jason Loop Available 01/08/21 4 bed, 2.5 bath Richland Townhouse - Applications and Viewing Requests accepted from OUR WEBSITE ONLY: www.kenmoreteampropertymanagement.
1 Unit Available
1510 Meriwether
1510 Meriwether Ave
Richland, WA
4 Bedrooms
$2,200
2152 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:33 AM
South Richland location with Master Suite on the main floor - This amazing South Richland home is located off of steptoe and canyon which provides a quick commute to the highway and freeway systems.
1 Unit Available
1607 Putnam St.
1607 Putnam Street
Richland, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,899
1865 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:33 AM
Central Richland Home for Rent - This centrally located expanded home is a quick commute to the freeway system, downtown Richland, and Kadlec Hospital.
1 Unit Available
200 Abbot St
200 Abbot Street
Richland, WA
4 Bedrooms
$2,100
2500 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:32 AM
For Rent Duplex - Property Id: 409229 Located in Richland,Wa. Its a 2 story property with 4 bedrooms upstairs and 2 full baths. It has a nice laundry room with sink. Upstairs also a loft that can be made for playroom or just sitting area.
1 Unit Available
1653 Larkspur Dr
1653 Larkspur Dr
Richland, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,795
1608 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:32 AM
Great South Richland Location - This 3 bedroom plus bonus room, 2 full bath single family home is located in South Richland in the Bellerieve Springs development.
1 Unit Available
2438 Woods Dr.
2438 Woods Drive
Richland, WA
3 Bedrooms
$2,595
2824 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:32 AM
2438 Woods Dr. Available 12/06/20 Luxury Home in Meadow Springs - Accepting Applications on OUR WEBSITE ONLY: www.kenmoreteampropertymanagement.
1 Unit Available
1119 Long Ave.
1119 Long Avenue
Richland, WA
4 Bedrooms
$1,395
2166 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Highly Renovated Richland Duplex with 4 bedrooms - Click "watch video" in the Tour section below for a video tour of the inside! 4 bed, 2 bath duplex in Richland.
1 Unit Available
311 Barth Ave.
311 Barth Avenue
Richland, WA
4 Bedrooms
$1,695
1560 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
311 Barth Ave. - UNDER CONSTRUCTION. Great location with a park a few houses down. 4 bedroom, 2 bath with updated Kitchen, detached garage and nice low maintenance yard with plenty of room for the kids to play.
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Apartment Rentals in Richland start at $850/month.
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City Guide

Richland
Richland was first explored by Lewis and Clark in 1805. Then, it was owned entirely by the government during WWII. After that, it was used as a center for nuclear energy research for the Cold War. Finally, Richland was sold back to the residents, and it has become the city it is today -- without war at the center of its activities.
Richland was first explored by Lewis and Clark in 1805. Then, it was owned entirely by the government during WWII. After that, it was used as a center for nuclear energy research for the Cold War. Finally, Richland was sold back to the residents, and it has become the city it is today -- without war at the center of its activities.

Part of the Tri-cities of Southeastern Washington, Richland rests on the intersection of the Columbia and Yakima rivers. If youre looking for a city jam-packed with hiking trails, water sports, and golf, this is the place! Not only does the area offer historical significance, it also has plenty of ways to enjoy the river, the landscape, and the culture.

What to Expect from Richland

How Competitive is the Market?

Given the prime location of the city next to two beautiful rivers and plenty of outdoor activities, you may have to hunt for what you want. The areas with families dont have a quick turn around and you should keep an eye out for when a house does go on the market. Consider hiring an agent to help you scope out the competition. It never hurts to have someone on your side. With a little effort, you can get what you want, but it may mean waiting a while!

Richland Likes It Hot

Richland stays warm mostly year-round, with the winters rarely getting below freezing. If youre expecting snow, you may get a snowflake here or there, but its not frequent. No need for rain boots either. The area doesn't receive much rainfall and maintains a desert climate. Many of the homes are equipped with air conditioners, but if not, make sure to load up on some fans, swamp coolers, an ice pack or anything else to keep you from melting in the heat.

Employment, Employment, Employment

Richland has an array of opportunities for anyone interested in science. Its background in nuclear and technology studies is still evident by the number of facilities that are open and running. From astronomers to geographers to physicists, there are a number of chances to work in the city. You don't have to be a scientist to work here; there are plenty of other jobs. Still, you better get used to seeing pocket protectors and hearing mathematical jokes around town, because scientist abound here.

Education for the Family

The city has a well renowned public school system with three different high schools to select from. Those scientists must really want their children to be as smart as them. Before choosing what area to live in, take into consideration which schools will best suite your family's needs. There are a handful of private school options for younger children, but none that exceed eighth grade. If you're looking to send your older teens to private school, this is something to consider.

What to Expect from Richland
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How Competitive is the Market?

Given the prime location of the city next to two beautiful rivers and plenty of outdoor activities, you may have to hunt for what you want. The areas with families dont have a quick turn around and you should keep an eye out for when a house does go on the market. Consider hiring an agent to help you scope out the competition. It never hurts to have someone on your side. With a little effort, you can get what you want, but it may mean waiting a while!

Richland Likes It Hot

Richland stays warm mostly year-round, with the winters rarely getting below freezing. If youre expecting snow, you may get a snowflake here or there, but its not frequent. No need for rain boots either. The area doesn't receive much rainfall and maintains a desert climate. Many of the homes are equipped with air conditioners, but if not, make sure to load up on some fans, swamp coolers, an ice pack or anything else to keep you from melting in the heat.

Employment, Employment, Employment

Richland has an array of opportunities for anyone interested in science. Its background in nuclear and technology studies is still evident by the number of facilities that are open and running. From astronomers to geographers to physicists, there are a number of chances to work in the city. You don't have to be a scientist to work here; there are plenty of other jobs. Still, you better get used to seeing pocket protectors and hearing mathematical jokes around town, because scientist abound here.

Education for the Family

The city has a well renowned public school system with three different high schools to select from. Those scientists must really want their children to be as smart as them. Before choosing what area to live in, take into consideration which schools will best suite your family's needs. There are a handful of private school options for younger children, but none that exceed eighth grade. If you're looking to send your older teens to private school, this is something to consider.

Neighborhoods to Choose From

Dallas Rd:This is one of the more affluent neighborhoods in the city. Families mostly populate the area and youll definitely notice a sense of luxury around. If youre looking for an older home to redecorate or one built in the last decade, there are both! Not many leave the area and therefore, the vacancy rate is low. Youll have to really hunt to find property here, but when you do, its worth it!$$$$$

Keene Rd:For a friendly vibe and a great place to raise a family, this is the spot. Its safe enough for kids to walk to school and youll see plenty of people out enjoying the fresh air. Most everyone commutes to work and although you may see people out jogging, they normally drive by car to work. $$$$

George Washington Way/Snyder St:This area is perhaps the most affordable in Richland, with houses and apartments more easily accessible. Its a more urban vibe than the affluent areas. Its a great spot for college kids or young adults. $$

City Center:This is another urban and trendy area where you can snag a great property for less. Youll find apartment complexes as well as small homes mostly built over forty years ago. It may mean updating the amenities, but because of the affordable rent and mortgage, its do-able. Youre also within walking distance from plenty of shops, markets, and venues. $$

Aaron Dr/Wellsian Way:This area has the same awesome prices as the more urban neighborhoods, but it's slightly more peaceful. Located in between major interstates, its super convenient! Craighill Park, Columbia Point Marina Park, and the Chamna Natural Preserve are all within a few miles.$$

El Reata Rd/Brent Ln:If youre looking to buy a newer home with more modern amenities, this neighborhood is your best bet. There are places to both rent and buy, and many properties have stunning views and big backyards.$$$

George Washington Way/Davison Ave:This area is equally accessible to senior citizens, young adults, and families. Youll find a number of people work in the city and have lived in the neighborhood for years.$$$

Island View/Richland Junction:If you're an outdoor adventurer, youll love this area! Its located on Columbia Park Trail, minutes from Peach Tree Park and right next to the Columbia River. After work, go for a hike or on the weekend enjoy the water. There are also some beautiful historical homes built in the 1940s.$$$

N Snively Rd:This area is a golfer's paradise with the Horn Rapids Golf Course close by. Because this neighborhood is super affordable, you will have a little extra in your pocket for a few sneaky rounds of golf. Yes, we're moving in! This is a quiet area, perfect for someone looking for serenity. So, when you're not golfing, you can daydream about golfing all you want, without worrying about noise taking you out of your fantasy.$$

Neighborhoods to Choose From
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Dallas Rd:This is one of the more affluent neighborhoods in the city. Families mostly populate the area and youll definitely notice a sense of luxury around. If youre looking for an older home to redecorate or one built in the last decade, there are both! Not many leave the area and therefore, the vacancy rate is low. Youll have to really hunt to find property here, but when you do, its worth it!$$$$$

Keene Rd:For a friendly vibe and a great place to raise a family, this is the spot. Its safe enough for kids to walk to school and youll see plenty of people out enjoying the fresh air. Most everyone commutes to work and although you may see people out jogging, they normally drive by car to work. $$$$

George Washington Way/Snyder St:This area is perhaps the most affordable in Richland, with houses and apartments more easily accessible. Its a more urban vibe than the affluent areas. Its a great spot for college kids or young adults. $$

City Center:This is another urban and trendy area where you can snag a great property for less. Youll find apartment complexes as well as small homes mostly built over forty years ago. It may mean updating the amenities, but because of the affordable rent and mortgage, its do-able. Youre also within walking distance from plenty of shops, markets, and venues. $$

Aaron Dr/Wellsian Way:This area has the same awesome prices as the more urban neighborhoods, but it's slightly more peaceful. Located in between major interstates, its super convenient! Craighill Park, Columbia Point Marina Park, and the Chamna Natural Preserve are all within a few miles.$$

El Reata Rd/Brent Ln:If youre looking to buy a newer home with more modern amenities, this neighborhood is your best bet. There are places to both rent and buy, and many properties have stunning views and big backyards.$$$

George Washington Way/Davison Ave:This area is equally accessible to senior citizens, young adults, and families. Youll find a number of people work in the city and have lived in the neighborhood for years.$$$

Island View/Richland Junction:If you're an outdoor adventurer, youll love this area! Its located on Columbia Park Trail, minutes from Peach Tree Park and right next to the Columbia River. After work, go for a hike or on the weekend enjoy the water. There are also some beautiful historical homes built in the 1940s.$$$

N Snively Rd:This area is a golfer's paradise with the Horn Rapids Golf Course close by. Because this neighborhood is super affordable, you will have a little extra in your pocket for a few sneaky rounds of golf. Yes, we're moving in! This is a quiet area, perfect for someone looking for serenity. So, when you're not golfing, you can daydream about golfing all you want, without worrying about noise taking you out of your fantasy.$$

What to Do in Richland

Take advantage of the awesome nature experiences here. It's so beautiful, why wouldn't you? The Badger Mountain Centennial preserve has a breathtaking view of the Columbia and Yakima rivers. Grab a water bottle and brave the 2-kilometer trail. If youre more interested in keeping cool, rent a kayak, canoe, or boat and enjoy the water. There are multiple hiking trails to view wildlife and explore the terrain. If the thought of being active makes you want to cry, don't worry; there are things for you to do too. Dig into the citys historical background by visiting the library and museums. The city is also known for its wineries. Check out the Red Mountain vineyards right outside the city.

What to Do in Richland
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Take advantage of the awesome nature experiences here. It's so beautiful, why wouldn't you? The Badger Mountain Centennial preserve has a breathtaking view of the Columbia and Yakima rivers. Grab a water bottle and brave the 2-kilometer trail. If youre more interested in keeping cool, rent a kayak, canoe, or boat and enjoy the water. There are multiple hiking trails to view wildlife and explore the terrain. If the thought of being active makes you want to cry, don't worry; there are things for you to do too. Dig into the citys historical background by visiting the library and museums. The city is also known for its wineries. Check out the Red Mountain vineyards right outside the city.

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City Guide

Richland
Richland was first explored by Lewis and Clark in 1805. Then, it was owned entirely by the government during WWII. After that, it was used as a center for nuclear energy research for the Cold War. Finally, Richland was sold back to the residents, and it has become the city it is today -- without war at the center of its activities.
Richland was first explored by Lewis and Clark in 1805. Then, it was owned entirely by the government during WWII. After that, it was used as a center for nuclear energy research for the Cold War. Finally, Richland was sold back to the residents, and it has become the city it is today -- without war at the center of its activities.

Part of the Tri-cities of Southeastern Washington, Richland rests on the intersection of the Columbia and Yakima rivers. If youre looking for a city jam-packed with hiking trails, water sports, and golf, this is the place! Not only does the area offer historical significance, it also has plenty of ways to enjoy the river, the landscape, and the culture.

What to Expect from Richland

How Competitive is the Market?

Given the prime location of the city next to two beautiful rivers and plenty of outdoor activities, you may have to hunt for what you want. The areas with families dont have a quick turn around and you should keep an eye out for when a house does go on the market. Consider hiring an agent to help you scope out the competition. It never hurts to have someone on your side. With a little effort, you can get what you want, but it may mean waiting a while!

Richland Likes It Hot

Richland stays warm mostly year-round, with the winters rarely getting below freezing. If youre expecting snow, you may get a snowflake here or there, but its not frequent. No need for rain boots either. The area doesn't receive much rainfall and maintains a desert climate. Many of the homes are equipped with air conditioners, but if not, make sure to load up on some fans, swamp coolers, an ice pack or anything else to keep you from melting in the heat.

Employment, Employment, Employment

Richland has an array of opportunities for anyone interested in science. Its background in nuclear and technology studies is still evident by the number of facilities that are open and running. From astronomers to geographers to physicists, there are a number of chances to work in the city. You don't have to be a scientist to work here; there are plenty of other jobs. Still, you better get used to seeing pocket protectors and hearing mathematical jokes around town, because scientist abound here.

Education for the Family

The city has a well renowned public school system with three different high schools to select from. Those scientists must really want their children to be as smart as them. Before choosing what area to live in, take into consideration which schools will best suite your family's needs. There are a handful of private school options for younger children, but none that exceed eighth grade. If you're looking to send your older teens to private school, this is something to consider.

What to Expect from Richland
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How Competitive is the Market?

Given the prime location of the city next to two beautiful rivers and plenty of outdoor activities, you may have to hunt for what you want. The areas with families dont have a quick turn around and you should keep an eye out for when a house does go on the market. Consider hiring an agent to help you scope out the competition. It never hurts to have someone on your side. With a little effort, you can get what you want, but it may mean waiting a while!

Richland Likes It Hot

Richland stays warm mostly year-round, with the winters rarely getting below freezing. If youre expecting snow, you may get a snowflake here or there, but its not frequent. No need for rain boots either. The area doesn't receive much rainfall and maintains a desert climate. Many of the homes are equipped with air conditioners, but if not, make sure to load up on some fans, swamp coolers, an ice pack or anything else to keep you from melting in the heat.

Employment, Employment, Employment

Richland has an array of opportunities for anyone interested in science. Its background in nuclear and technology studies is still evident by the number of facilities that are open and running. From astronomers to geographers to physicists, there are a number of chances to work in the city. You don't have to be a scientist to work here; there are plenty of other jobs. Still, you better get used to seeing pocket protectors and hearing mathematical jokes around town, because scientist abound here.

Education for the Family

The city has a well renowned public school system with three different high schools to select from. Those scientists must really want their children to be as smart as them. Before choosing what area to live in, take into consideration which schools will best suite your family's needs. There are a handful of private school options for younger children, but none that exceed eighth grade. If you're looking to send your older teens to private school, this is something to consider.

Neighborhoods to Choose From

Dallas Rd:This is one of the more affluent neighborhoods in the city. Families mostly populate the area and youll definitely notice a sense of luxury around. If youre looking for an older home to redecorate or one built in the last decade, there are both! Not many leave the area and therefore, the vacancy rate is low. Youll have to really hunt to find property here, but when you do, its worth it!$$$$$

Keene Rd:For a friendly vibe and a great place to raise a family, this is the spot. Its safe enough for kids to walk to school and youll see plenty of people out enjoying the fresh air. Most everyone commutes to work and although you may see people out jogging, they normally drive by car to work. $$$$

George Washington Way/Snyder St:This area is perhaps the most affordable in Richland, with houses and apartments more easily accessible. Its a more urban vibe than the affluent areas. Its a great spot for college kids or young adults. $$

City Center:This is another urban and trendy area where you can snag a great property for less. Youll find apartment complexes as well as small homes mostly built over forty years ago. It may mean updating the amenities, but because of the affordable rent and mortgage, its do-able. Youre also within walking distance from plenty of shops, markets, and venues. $$

Aaron Dr/Wellsian Way:This area has the same awesome prices as the more urban neighborhoods, but it's slightly more peaceful. Located in between major interstates, its super convenient! Craighill Park, Columbia Point Marina Park, and the Chamna Natural Preserve are all within a few miles.$$

El Reata Rd/Brent Ln:If youre looking to buy a newer home with more modern amenities, this neighborhood is your best bet. There are places to both rent and buy, and many properties have stunning views and big backyards.$$$

George Washington Way/Davison Ave:This area is equally accessible to senior citizens, young adults, and families. Youll find a number of people work in the city and have lived in the neighborhood for years.$$$

Island View/Richland Junction:If you're an outdoor adventurer, youll love this area! Its located on Columbia Park Trail, minutes from Peach Tree Park and right next to the Columbia River. After work, go for a hike or on the weekend enjoy the water. There are also some beautiful historical homes built in the 1940s.$$$

N Snively Rd:This area is a golfer's paradise with the Horn Rapids Golf Course close by. Because this neighborhood is super affordable, you will have a little extra in your pocket for a few sneaky rounds of golf. Yes, we're moving in! This is a quiet area, perfect for someone looking for serenity. So, when you're not golfing, you can daydream about golfing all you want, without worrying about noise taking you out of your fantasy.$$

Neighborhoods to Choose From
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Dallas Rd:This is one of the more affluent neighborhoods in the city. Families mostly populate the area and youll definitely notice a sense of luxury around. If youre looking for an older home to redecorate or one built in the last decade, there are both! Not many leave the area and therefore, the vacancy rate is low. Youll have to really hunt to find property here, but when you do, its worth it!$$$$$

Keene Rd:For a friendly vibe and a great place to raise a family, this is the spot. Its safe enough for kids to walk to school and youll see plenty of people out enjoying the fresh air. Most everyone commutes to work and although you may see people out jogging, they normally drive by car to work. $$$$

George Washington Way/Snyder St:This area is perhaps the most affordable in Richland, with houses and apartments more easily accessible. Its a more urban vibe than the affluent areas. Its a great spot for college kids or young adults. $$

City Center:This is another urban and trendy area where you can snag a great property for less. Youll find apartment complexes as well as small homes mostly built over forty years ago. It may mean updating the amenities, but because of the affordable rent and mortgage, its do-able. Youre also within walking distance from plenty of shops, markets, and venues. $$

Aaron Dr/Wellsian Way:This area has the same awesome prices as the more urban neighborhoods, but it's slightly more peaceful. Located in between major interstates, its super convenient! Craighill Park, Columbia Point Marina Park, and the Chamna Natural Preserve are all within a few miles.$$

El Reata Rd/Brent Ln:If youre looking to buy a newer home with more modern amenities, this neighborhood is your best bet. There are places to both rent and buy, and many properties have stunning views and big backyards.$$$

George Washington Way/Davison Ave:This area is equally accessible to senior citizens, young adults, and families. Youll find a number of people work in the city and have lived in the neighborhood for years.$$$

Island View/Richland Junction:If you're an outdoor adventurer, youll love this area! Its located on Columbia Park Trail, minutes from Peach Tree Park and right next to the Columbia River. After work, go for a hike or on the weekend enjoy the water. There are also some beautiful historical homes built in the 1940s.$$$

N Snively Rd:This area is a golfer's paradise with the Horn Rapids Golf Course close by. Because this neighborhood is super affordable, you will have a little extra in your pocket for a few sneaky rounds of golf. Yes, we're moving in! This is a quiet area, perfect for someone looking for serenity. So, when you're not golfing, you can daydream about golfing all you want, without worrying about noise taking you out of your fantasy.$$

What to Do in Richland

Take advantage of the awesome nature experiences here. It's so beautiful, why wouldn't you? The Badger Mountain Centennial preserve has a breathtaking view of the Columbia and Yakima rivers. Grab a water bottle and brave the 2-kilometer trail. If youre more interested in keeping cool, rent a kayak, canoe, or boat and enjoy the water. There are multiple hiking trails to view wildlife and explore the terrain. If the thought of being active makes you want to cry, don't worry; there are things for you to do too. Dig into the citys historical background by visiting the library and museums. The city is also known for its wineries. Check out the Red Mountain vineyards right outside the city.

What to Do in Richland
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Take advantage of the awesome nature experiences here. It's so beautiful, why wouldn't you? The Badger Mountain Centennial preserve has a breathtaking view of the Columbia and Yakima rivers. Grab a water bottle and brave the 2-kilometer trail. If youre more interested in keeping cool, rent a kayak, canoe, or boat and enjoy the water. There are multiple hiking trails to view wildlife and explore the terrain. If the thought of being active makes you want to cry, don't worry; there are things for you to do too. Dig into the citys historical background by visiting the library and museums. The city is also known for its wineries. Check out the Red Mountain vineyards right outside the city.