Quincy, WA

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Approximate population

5,265

Zipcode

98848

School district

Quincy School District

Latitude

47.2351

Longitude

-119.8545

Elevation

1,350 feet

Quincy Aquatic Center

Hospital Park

O Connell Park

O’Connell Park is a small park with swings, teeter-totters and a slide.

Quincy Memorial Park

Quincy Park

Quincy Rotary Park

South Park

South Park is located directly next to Pioneer Elementary School.

Quincy Cemetery

The Quincy Cemetery is part of Grant County Cemetery District No 1.

North Central Regional Library – Quincy Branch
 Location: 108 B Street SW
View photo of library – Visit this libraries website

Late 1800’s

Lord Thomas Blythe, a Scottish nobleman, used the Quincy region for cattle and horse ranges.

1892

The Great Northern Railroad came and opened the Quincy area to settlers. It is said the name Quincy was chosen from a list of names by Jim Hill’s daughter who had never even seen the area.

1900

The city mayor is F. T. Campbell, city clerk is R. C. Wightmar, and the Great Northern railway is the cities transportation line.

1907

Quincy is incorporated.

1920 – 1921

A severe drought forced many to leave the Quincy area.

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