Mattawa Slope
Seasonal Farmworker Housing

Opened in 2018, Mattawa Slope seasonal farmworker housing is owned and operated by the Washington Growers League. Located in Mattawa, Washington, Mattawa Slope provides safe and affordable housing for the area's migrant and seasonal workers. Mattawa Slope is generally available for occupancy throughout the year. 

This development includes seven apartment-style housing units designed to accommodate a total of 336 people. Mattawa Slope is close to several orchards. Amenities include air conditioned rooms, a laundry facility, kitchens and dining rooms, and wi-fi. Security is enhanced by a staffed resident check-in office, fenced parking lot, and an on-site manager's residence. Nearby services within walking distance include stores, and restaurants. There is also a flea market nearby on Saturdays


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Mattawa Slope is located at
230 Patchee Drive, Mattawa, WA 99349


To reserve space at Mattawa Slope, contact:


Michelle Brooks
Housing Office Administrator
mbrooks@growersleague.org
Office: (509) 670-3032
Yakima Office: (509) 575-6315



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To reserve space at Mattawa Slope, contact:

Michelle Brooks
Housing Office Administrator
mbrooks@growersleague.org
Office: (509) 670-3032
Yakima Office: (509) 575-6315


 


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