It's no big surprise to see that these 3 eastern Washington towns rank in the top 10 places to live in Washington, I have 3 words for you Quality of Living

This list was compiled by the Chamber of Commerce based on data that covered employment, housing, education, health, and quality of life for over 2,500 cities.

With amazing national parks, plenty of job opportunities, and great, affordable universities, Washington is one of the best states in the nation in terms of liveability. The Evergreen State is both a mecca for nature lovers and home to some great, modern urban environments. (Source:

Pullman, Walla Walla and Richland landed in the top 10, Spokane came in at #11 and Kennewick was # 21

Here's the List:

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1. Pullman Washington’s top city to live in is Pullman, a city in the southwest part of the state with lush natural surroundings and a strong agricultural tradition. As home to the international headquarters of Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories and Washington State University, Pullman boasts an affluent and well-educated populace. (Source: