Garfield County is located in the Southeast corner of Washington State, bordered on the north by the Snake River and on the South by the Blue Mountains, between Columbia and Asotin Counties. Historically an agricultural region, Garfield County’s business economy is based largely in service, retail and small production. The county supports one port district, the Port of Garfield, and is serviced by overland transportation along U.S. Highway 12, with connections to major interstates. Friendly customer service, quality K-12 education, local health services, and year-round recreation add to the rural charm of this neighborly community, creating a safe and inviting environment for families and businesses.