The Revised Code of Washington (RCW) Section 82.14.390 authorizes the shift of .033% sales and use tax to a public facilities district at no additional cost to the taxpayer. This will be used to acquire, construct, finance and/or operate a regional center located in the city, which will stimulate economic development by:


  • Attracting tourism
  • Creating jobs
  • Facilitating commercial business
  • Generating additional sales tax and lodging tax revenues
  • Providing a facility for community events



Regular meetings of the Richland Public Facilities District Board are held the Third Thursday of the Month at 5:30PM  at the REACH, located at 1943 Columbia Park Trail, Richland, WA 99352.


Members – Term Expiration Date

Bill King – President / 07/15/24
Rosanna Sharpe– Executive Director
Miriam Kerzner – Secretary/Treasurer / 07/15/24
Veronica Kenney– Vice President / 07/15/24
Daniel Boyd – Member / 07/15/22
Shirley Long – Member / 07/15/2021



Dianna Millsap, Executive Assistant
(509) 943-4100 ext. 103 or

The Richland Public Facilities District uses the Municipal Research and Services Center (MRSC) for small construction projects under $300,000, some consulting opportunities and vendor services.  MRSC Rosters is a roster service that provides a membership database used by participating Washington public agencies to contract registered businesses about small public works construction projects and consulting opportunities.  Businesses interested in receiving notifications for current opportunities must register for a free account at the MRSC website MRSC Rosters .  If you have questions regarding registration, please contact MRSC Rosters via email or call 206-625-1300.

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