City Of George, Washington


Notice is hereby given that the Quincy Valley Regional Parks District Board has called a Special Meeting to be held on Tuesday, May 28, 2024 at 5:00pm. The meeting will be conducted in person at Quincy City Hall located at 104 B Street SW.

 Said Special Meeting is for the Board to take action on the following:

1.   Park District Bylaws;

2.   Meeting Schedule;

3.   Elect Officers;

4.   Appoint Clerk of the Board;

5.   Appoint Executive Director;

6.   Appoint Public Records Officer;

7.   Appoint Agent to Receive Claims for Damages; and

8.   Designate Paper of Notice.

Stephanie Boorman
Executive Assistant
City of Quincy



In-person Meeting Information

Date:  Tuesday, May 21st, 2024

Time:  7:00 p.m.

Location:  George Community Hall 403 W. Montmorency Blvd

Please contact the clerk 24 hours prior to this meeting if you require special accommodations or to request an auxiliary aid.

  For the agenda in PDF format please click HERE

For questions regarding this notice, please contact City Hall at 509-785-5081

City of George Parks Planning Survey

Please help the City of George in its Comprehensive Parks Planning process by filling out this Survey!

Encuesta de planificación de la ciudad de George Parks

¡Por favor, ayude a la ciudad de George en su proceso de planificación integral de parques rellenando esta encuesta!


Updated Well Information!

City of George Well 3 / Well 4 Improvement / Replacement Information


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Home of the World's Largest Cherry Pie!

Located at exit 149 on Interstate 90 in central Washington State, the City of George, Washington, is the only city in the nation named after the full name of a president.  

We are located at the southern entrance to the Columbia Basin Plateau and the Columbia Basin Reclamation Project.  

Six miles west of George is the famous Gorge Amphitheater overlooking the spectacular Columbia River Gorge.  

Gorge Amphitheater near City of George 

We have sunny, dry and warm summers with temperatures in the 80’s and 90’s, and winters with cold temperatures and occasional snow.  

Our average annual precipitation averages 8 inches.  

With our proximity to the Interstate, we anticipate significant growth in the future.

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