Uniontown, Washington was founded by Thomas Montgomery in 1879. The town offers a rich history that is the foundation for its current charm. If you'd like to learn more about the history of Uniontown, please contact the Uniontown Branch of Whitman County Library and ask for the book of "Uniontown," written by Viola Weis.
The town is governed by an elected Mayor and Town Council. The town also benefits from a very active Community Development Association. The Association undertakes projects to strengthen the community by bringing vacant and deteriorated buildings to life to provide space for new or expanding businesses.
If you have any questions regarding the town of Uniontown, please contact the Town Clerk at 509-229-3805 and visit the web sites below.
Community web site: www.uniontown.us
Artisans at the Dahmen Barn web site: www.artisanbarn.org
Click here to see a great video on the Palouse produced by Jane Loughney: video on the Palouse.