I know you clicked to find some negative thoughts about the Tri-Cities but you won't find them in this article. It's my official love letter to the Tri-Cities. 

I moved to the Tri-Cities in the spring of 2007 and I've been here ever since. I'm from a small town in Washington and even though it took me until 2007 to move to the Tri-Cities, I've always been a huge fan of the Columbia Basin. I live in Kennewick these days but I lived in Richland for many years as well. The only area I haven't lived in yet is Pasco and it's growing like a weed over there.

My grandparents lived in Burbank for many years and I loved coming to the Tri-Cities as a kid and now that I live here, it's even better.

I've compiled a few reasons why I think the Tri-Cities is a great place to live. Take a look at my list and see if you agree or disagree.

10 Reasons NOT to move to the Tri-Cities

Here are 10 reasons NOT to move to the Tri-Cities

It's quite the list but I know you can add it to my list. What reasons do you love the Tri-Cities? App Chat us on the app link below and add to our list. I know there are a bunch more reasons to love the Tri-Cities so let's hear what you've got.

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