Ephrata is a quaint small-town and a great place to live and work. Centrally located in Washington state, Ephrata is within easy driving distance of Seattle, Spokane and the Tri-Cities. Our District serves more than 2,600 students and employs more than 350 highly qualified professionals.
Centrally located at the heart of Washington state, Ephrata is centrally located a few hours from mountains, beaches and large cities.
Enjoy a low cost of living, 18.1% lower than the national average. Housing is 29.5% lower than the average.
Endless year-round outdoor activities with easy access to water sports, fishing, hunting, hiking, world-class concerts, rock climbing and more!
Ephrata is part of Grant County. Grant County is home to 140 lakes, the world's largest carbon fiber manufacturing facility, the most extensive agricultural irrigation project in the United States, Grand Coulee Dam, 13 cities and towns and over 90,000 residents.
With one of the lowest electric rates in the world and the fastest internet speeds in the nation; Microsoft, Yahoo, Dell, and four other companies have high tech data centers in Grant County.
ConAgra, Simplot, National Frozen Foods, and twenty-five other food manufacturers process hundreds of millions of dollars' of locally grown commodities annually.
At five-and-a-half square miles, the Grant County International Airport is the flight testing and certification location of choice for Boeing and the rest of the booming aerospace industry.
Forged by ancient lava flows and then scoured by the Lake Missoula Ice Age Floods, Grant County has some of the most uncommon and beautiful topography found anywhere on Planet Earth. With more than 140 lakes and reservoirs Grant County offers world-class fishing, hunting, hiking trails and camping.
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