Community Information Hartline

Hartline, WA, is a small farming community in the northern part of Grant County, WA, where the historic Hartline School is located. The School is currently owned by the Hartline School Preservation Assocation.


Port of Hartline
PO Box 44
Hartline, WA 99135


City Council Members

Mayor Andrew Allsbrook
Councilman Matt Baergen
Councilman John Dingman
Councilman Jacob Johnson
Councilman Goldye Moyer
Councilman David Philp

Community Information & Web Links

City Levy Rate 9.91461466830 per $1,000 of assessed value
City of Hartline Council Meetings 2nd Monday, 7:00 p.m. (April-September) or 6:30 (October-March)
Port of Hartline Commission Meetings 1st Tuesday, 6:00 p.m.
Hartline Betterment Organization

Highway Infrastructure

  • Interstate 90 is 60 miles south
  • State Highway 2 is adjacent to Hartline and State Highway 155 is 8 miles west of town

Railway Infrastructure

  • Palouse River Coulee City Railroad travels from Coulee City to Spokane and connects to the BNSF main line.

Public Transportation Network

  • 7 major national and local lines located in Moses Lake 56 miles south.

Airport Infrastructure:

  • Local airport: The Coulee City Flying Service is 8 miles south
  • Grand Coulee Dam Airport is 24 miles to the north.

Waterway Infrastructure

  • Pasco, WA Container Barge Terminal: 127 Miles south
  • Water Type: Columbia River
  • Channel Depth: 15'
  • Turning Basin: 225'
  • Barging Facilities: Yes
  • General Cargo Facilities: Yes
  • Containerized Facilities: Yes
  • Storage Facilities: Yes
  • Highways Serving Port: State Highway 395
  • Railways Serving Port: Burlington Northern Santa Fa Main Line

Metro Area Distances