Uniontown Parks & Community Spaces

Holzer Park - This beautiful park right along the main street in Uniontown was renovated in 1998 and includes a basketball area, children's play equipment, picnic tables and public restrooms.
Memorial Park - This park was first built as a baseball field in 1948. In the mid-60s the Town baseball team died out and park maintenance ended. In mid 1990s, many residents expressed an interest in reestablishing the park and a group took on the task of rebuilding the park. Thanks to the volunteers, the park now has a softball field, restrooms, running track/circular walkway, picnic area, and playground equipment.
Uniontown Community Building - The Uniontown Community Building includes a basketball court with a stage at one end, meeting rooms and a dining area with seating for up to 190 people with a large and fully equipped kitchen that meets commercial requirements. The rooms in the community center are available for rent by organizations or individuals for meetings or events.  The per day rates are: $110 for the gym; $80 for the commercial kitchen; $80 for the dining room; $20 for the meeting room; and $250 for the entire building.  Uniontown residents receive discounted rates.  For details call manager Dave Jacobs at 509-229-3465.
Uniontown Library - The Library is located in Town Hall and provides quality materials, on-line products and eBooks, public computing, scanning and printing, community programs for all ages, and a Wi-FI hotspot with 24/7 access. Hours are Wednesdays 2 to 6 pm and Fridays 9:30 am -1:30 pm. Children’s educational story time is Fridays 10:30 am and afterschool program is the 3rd  Wednesday of each month.  Contact the library at 229-3880.

For a complete calendar of events at Whitman County libraries, click this link: Events Calendar, or call 877-733-3375.  Uniontown Library is a branch of Whitman County Library District with 14 locations and online at  www.whitco.lib.wa.us.

St. Boniface Church - St. Boniface Catholic Church was the first consecrated Catholic Church in the state of Washington. The church has retained its original splendor and resisted proposals to modernize the church.
Community Church - The small protestant non-denominational church is well supported and maintained by the members.