Toppenish is a city in Washington's Yakima County. There were 8,854 people living in the city as of the 2020 Census. It is situated inside the 1855-founded Yakama Indian Reservation.
Toppenish, which has more than 75 murals covering its buildings, refers to itself as the city of murals. The community offers horse-drawn tours and yearly art exhibitions, and the first, "Clearing the Land," was painted in 1989. All illustrate historical events and locations in the area between 1840 and 1940.
The unemployment rate in Toppenish is 7.2%. 6.0% is the US average.
Over the past year, the job market in Toppenish has grown by 3.4%. The projected rate of job growth over the next ten years is 38.9%, which is greater than the 33.5% US average.
Official website: http://cityoftoppenish.us/