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Residents - Living in Wapato

Please find information of interest to residents of Wapato below:

Utility Services

Century Link - phone and internet
Charter - phone, cable and internet
HughesNet - satellite internet and phone service
Pacific Power - electricity


Community Organizations

American Legion
210 E 3rd Street
Wapato, WA 98951
(509) 877-3982

Filipino American Community of Yakima Valley
213 W. 2nd Street

NLA Art Project

Wapato Lions Club

Wapato Lion’s Club member meetings are held on the second and fourth Mondays at 6:30 pm
at the Lion’s Club House – Wapato City Park – 9th Ave & Camas – Wapato.
Visitors and new members are welcome! - Membership brochure

The Lions Club organizes the annual Harvest Festival held on Labor Day weekend each year.

Yakama Nation

Yakima Valley Buddhist Temple
212 W. Second Street



Wapato School District


Community Services

211 - Social Services Assistance

People for People - Community Link Bus to Lower Valley Communities and Yakima

Senior Meals
American Legion
210 E Third Street
Weekdays from 11:30 to 12:00

U.S. Post Office
307 S Satus Ave
Wapato, WA 98951
(509) 877-3700

Wapato LibraryWapato Library
119 East 3rd Street
Wapato, WA 98951
(509) 877-2882

Monday & Wednesday: 12-8pm; Tue & Thu: 10-6pm; Fri: 12-6pm; Sat: 10-4pm
See more at:

Free Microsoft Office software training - contact the library for more info!


Medical Services

Mid-Valley Family Medicine
620 W 1st Street
Wapato, WA 98951
Office (509) 877-4111
Fax (509) 865-1844

Toppenish Community Hospital
502 W 4th Ave.
Toppenish, WA 98948
(509) 865-3105



Assembly of God
102 East 5th Street

Church of God
810 South Naches Avenue

Church of The Nazarene
311 West 3rd Street
(509) 877-2332

Las Asambleas De Dios
501 West 2nd Street

Northwest Latin Conference
502 South Satus Avenue

Pentecostal Church
105 East 4th Street

Seventh Day Adventist
512 South Simcoe Avenue

St. Peter Claver Catholic Church
509 South Satus Ave
(509) 877-2813


Information on the Pool in Wapato.



Information on the Parks in Wapato.



El Sol de Yakima

Review Independent

Yakima Herald Republic



History - article on Wapato history

Wapato: History and Heritage

Washington State Digital Archives

Yakima Memory Project - Historical Photo Archives

Yakima Valley Genealogical Society


Voting Information

Voters Registration for local, state and national candidates and issues is facilitated through the Yakima County Auditor's office

Download the 2015-2016 Election Calendar
View other Information for Voters


Contact Your State Representatives

15th Legislative District:

Senator Jim Honeyford

Representative Bruce Chandler

Representative David Taylor



City Hall
205 E 3rd Street
Wapato WA 98951
Tel. 509.877.2334
Fax 509.877.3979
City Council Meetings

The public is invited and encouraged to all open public meetings of the City Council Regular and Work Session meetings. Both meetings are held at City Hall Council Chambers, 205 E Third Street, Wapato, WA. City Council meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month at 7:00 pm.

Council Work Sessions are informal and informational. They are just before City Council meetings starting as early as 6:00 pm.