10 Poorest Cities In Washington

While Washington is the twelfth richest state in the nation, communities certainly struggle financially. Washington's cities are wonderful to visit,

Moses Lake North made the top of the list because 34.1 percent of its residents live at or below the poverty level. The city is also home to Big Bend Community College.

1. Moses Lake North

With a population of less than 12,000 residents, Kelso has an unemployment rate of 22.5 percent. The town still celebrates its heritage every September with the Highlander Festival.

2. Kelso

3. Wapato

4. Deer Park

5. Cheney

6. Hoquiam

7. Toppenish

8. Newport

9. Grandview

10. Centralia

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