Community Links

Greater Yakima Chamber Of Commerce


10 North 9th Street

Yakima, WA 98901

(509) 248-2021  

The mission of the Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce is to enhance and preserve the present and future business climate and community improvement of the greater Yakima area by representing the entire cross section of the business community.

Toppenish Chamber Of Commerce and Mural Society


5A South Toppenish Avenue
Toppenish, WA 98948

(509) 865-3262
(800) 569-3982 

Yakima Area Arboretum


1401 Arboretum Drive

Yakima, WA 98901

(509) 248-7337  

The Yakima Area Arboretum was established in 1967 with the mission of creating and sharing a living museum of botanical specimens in order to cultivate a greater knowledge and appreciation of trees and plants from around the world in an atmosphere of beauty, relaxation, and inspiration.   The YAA is a richly unique plant laboratory that has become a hub for environmental education in an outdoor setting. 

The YAA is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization, which relies on individual dues and contributions to continue its current programs and events. The Yakima Area Arboretum does not receive any city or state tax support.

Every year, approximately 50,000 people visit the YAA free of charge.

Yakima Greenway Foundation


111 South 18th Street
Yakima, WA 98901

(509) 453-8280

Multiple parks, pathways, and natural  areas along the Yakima and Naches rivers.

The purpose of the Yakima Greenway Foundation is to conserve, enhance and maintain the Yakima Greenway as a continuing living resource for future generations.

Yakima Valley Museum


2105 Tieton Drive
Yakima, Washington 98902
(509) 248-0747

Regional history comes alive at the Yakima Valley Museum, located in Yakima’s beautiful Franklin Park. Its natural history, American Indian culture, pioneer life, early city life, and the roots and development of the Valley’s fruit industry. The museum has a superb collection of horse-drawn vehicles, from stagecoach to hearse; a historical exhibit and reconstruction of the Washington D.C. office of former Yakima resident and environmentalist, Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas; and a changing schedule of special exhibitions.

Yakima Valley's Visitor & Convention Bureau