Yard Sales (Must complete City of Quincy Yard Sale Permit Form)
Building Permit (Must contact Bldg Dept. and be assigned Permit # BEFORE any payment is made)
Admissions Tax (Must Complete City Admissions Tax Form)
Itinerant Vendor (Must Complete City Application)
Business Occupancy Permit (Must Complete City Application)
Home Occupancy Permit (Must Complete City Application)
Aquatic Center Pool Party (Must Contact Rec Dept. for total due BEFORE any payment is made)
Aquatic Center Pass (Must Contact Rec Dept. for pass # and total due BEFORE any payment is made)
Park Rental (Must Contact Rec Dept. for confirmation BEFORE any payment is made)
JUNE 8th, 2013
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The annual Dru Gimlin 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament in downtown Quincy started as a senior project by some of Dru's classmates. The event brings players and supporters from around the State and proceeds from the tournament go to the Dru Gimlin Foundation. The Foundation provides scholarships, sponsors the "Jackrabbit Gold" free basketball camp for 3rd - 8th graders, purchases equipment and sponsors other activities. For more info visit the Quincy Valley Chamber of Commerce site and download the registration form...Dru Gimlin-3-on-3-basketball-tournament registration
Opportunities Unlimited! Quincy is located near the center of Washington State
just 10 miles North of I-90. Quincy is the gateway to the Wenatchee Valley, Leavenworth and the Okanogan Valley if you are traveling from the South or East. Tourism is a major part of our economy. The Gorge Amphitheater, which draws an estimated 3,000 to 20,000 people per concert, is located 10 miles southwest of Quincy. Sunland Estates summer homes and the Crescent Bar Recreation area all add to our tourism along with the already available hunting, fishing, and boating. We can call Quincy a tourist and recreational paradise.
Our economic base is provided by agriculture related industries (processing, shipping, storage & supplying) with over 200,000 acres of irrigated land under production, all types of seed and vegetable, crops are grown along with large acreage's of soft fruits. We receive our electricity from Grant County Public Utility District (PUD). Cascade Natural Gas provides the citizens with the option for natural gas. We are on the main line of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad with approximately 24 trains daily. Presently the City has several large processing plants, that process fresh vegetables, potatoes, apples, and soft fruit.
The City of Quincy has a population of 6,220 with a rural community total population of approximately 13,000. City facilities include a Library, Aquatic Center, six parks with picnic sites (two parks have covered picnic shelters) and a museum. The surrounding cities provide for an increase in tourism around the area. Ice Age Floods and the Columbia River Basalt Flows helped form the geology of the surrounding area making it a fun place to hike, explore and climb.
Take time to read through our site. We've assembled data from various sources to answer commonly asked questions by both businesses and citizens interested in moving to the Quincy Valley.
To the left is a current map of the City of Quincy. Please click on it to view a larger version. If you need clarification please call (509) 787-3056.
DIRECTIONS....to Quincy are provided by Microsoft Virtual Earth Maps
Thinking of RELOCATINGto the Quincy area?? Contact Karen Vizena - 509 - 787-2140 at the Quincy Valley Chamber of Commerce or visit their website: http://www.quincyvalley.org/
CITY OF QUINCY
City Hall/Police Department – 104 B St. SW
All other Departments – 115 1st Ave. SW
P.O. Box 338, Quincy, WA. 98848
Phone: 509-787-3523 - Email us...Click here to use our contact form !