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COVID-19 Community Information & Resources


A fund to support and help sustain charitable organizations and agencies as they work to address the COVID-19 virus and its impacts on the Yakima Valley, particularly our valley's most vulnerable populations. Recovery from crisis is sometimes more challenging than managing through it. This fund will assist in restoring our valley and in strengthening systems and organizations for greater resiliency by using the lessons learned throughout the crisis.

Connect our Valley!  Broadband is essential to education, the delivery of remote healthcare and social/emotional connections.


Learn more about the Yakima Valley's Broadband Action Team and our efforts to increase internet access and speed here:  https://connectourvalley.org/

Yakima Valley Trends

Improving decision-making with relevant data.

For Questions or Suggestions Email: jon@ycda.com


On Time Completion of High School (since 2010-2011):

  • Mid Valley 82.2%, increasing from 78.2%
  • Upper Valley 80.7%, decreasing from 81%
  • Lower Valley 78.4%, increasing from 69.4%
  • Yakima County 76.6%, increasing from 72%
  • City of Yakima 73.6%, increasing from 65.9%


2017 estimated uninsured population:

  • Under 18 was 3.1%, decreasing from 17.7% in 2009
  • 18 to 64 was 18.3%, decreasing from 34.2% in 2009
  • 65 and older was 1.3%, decreasing from 2.7% in 2009


Voting is a core function of civic engagement:

  • Voting registration in Yakima County increased by 3.5% from 2015-2016

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Yakima, WA 98901


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