Community Information Quincy

The City of Quincy is located near the center of Washington State just 10 miles North of I-90. Quincy is the gateway to the Wenatchee Valley, Levenworth and the Okanogan Valley if you are traveling South or East. Tourism is a major part of it's 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.

Quincy's economic base is provided by agriculture related industries (processing, shipping, storage and 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. It is on the main line of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad with approximately 24 trains daily. Presently Quincy has several large processing plants, that process fresh vegetables, potatoes, apples and soft fruit.

Quincy's economy in the past has been mainly supported by agricultural businesses. However in recent years Quincy and its surrounding area has experienced a considerable amount of growth in data center farms. Due to the availability of affordable power and inexpensive land many companies have moved to the area.


Curt Morris
Port of Quincy
101 F St SW
Quincy, WA 98848

City Council Members

Mayor Paul Worley
Josey Ferguson
Jeff Spence
Tom Harris
Andrew Royer
Dave Dormier
Sonia Padronz
Dylan Kling

Community Information & Web Links

City Levy Rate 8.18206198740 per $1,000 of assessed values
City of Quincy Council Meetings 1st & 3rd Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
Port of Quincy Commissioner Meeting 2nd & 4th Wednesday at 5:00 p.m.

Highway Infrastructure

  • Interstate 90 passes 10 miles south of Quincy
  • State Road 28 and State Road 283 intersect the town

Railway Infrastructure

  • Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway main line runs through town with 5 active spurs on which agricultural products are hauled.

Public Transportation Network

  • Greyhound stops in Moses Lake 37 miles southeast
  • Amtrak stops in Ephrata 18 miles northeast of Quincy

Airport Infrastructure:

  • Local airport is the Quincy Municipal Airport with a runway of 3,582 ft.

Waterway Infrastructure

  • Pasco, WA Container Barge Terminal: 101 Miles south
  • Water Type: Columbia River
  • Channel Depth: 15'
  • Turning Basin: 225'
  • Barging Facilities: Yes
  • General Cargo Facilities: Yes
  • Containerized Facilities: Yes
  • Storage Facilities: Yes
  • Highways Serving Port: State Highway 395
  • Railways Serving Port: Burlington Northern Santa Fa Main Line

Metro Area Distances


Leading Employers



Product or Service


Celite Corp. 16419 Road 10.5 NW 70 Mineral Processing 21239
Intuit 1711 M St NE 50 Data Center 51820
LambWeston 1005 E Street SW 402 Frozen Potato Processing 31141
Lineage Logistics 80 Columbia Way 160 Warehousing and Storage 49310
Microsoft 501 Port Industrial Pkwy 135 Data Center 51820
National Frozen Foods Corp. 10504 Hwy 28 W 460 Corn & Peas Processing 31141
NTT Data 525 D St. NW 46 Data Center 51820
Oath: Data 1010 NE Yahoo Way 50 Data Center 51820
Quincy Foods, LLC 222 Columbia Way 420 Frozen Vegetable Processing 31141
Sabey 2200 M St. NE 50 Data Center 51820