32,968 people live in DOWNTOWN PULLMAN, where the median age is 22.5 and the average individual income is $23,814. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

22.5 years

Median Age


Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.


Average individual Income

Welcome to Downtown Pullman

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A safe, charming, and friendly neighborhood in the Pacific Northwest

Downtown Pullman, Washington, is the perfect place to call home. Bustling with activities and events yet cozy enough for a peaceful escape, Downtown Pullman provides a high quality of life to each and every one of its residents. Whether you're looking for fun or relaxation, this friendly Washington neighborhood welcomes all! Located in the Palouse region's rolling hills, Pullman is known for its big-city culture, strong community spirit, and bustling streets complete with outdoor recreation options, proximity to local universities and businesses, and world-class cuisine and entertainment options.

Summers in Downtown Pullman offer refreshingly dry, balmy warmth, while its winter landscape is blanketed with pristine snowfall and provides plenty of opportunities to partake in winter sports. As autumn leaves fall, the energy of WSU football permeates the air while locals and visitors stroll along the streets. It's the perfect retreat from city life, with lush green spaces and parks providing plenty of opportunities to luxuriate in natural beauty or share a peaceful picnic with friends. Plus, there are plenty of transportation options close at hand, so commuting to work or school is a breeze.

The predominant style of architecture in the neighborhood is characterized by Craftsman-style single-family homes, many of which were built by local architects over the years. These homes create a unique look and feel throughout the city, and many feature open floor plans, cozy porches, and large windows. Plenty of luxury condominiums are also available, making it easy to find something for every lifestyle.

What to Love

  • An authentic small-town experience with all the perks of city living
  • A rich list of activities and events perfect for the whole family
  • Rolling hills as far as the eye can see

Local Lifestyle

The vibe in Downtown Pullman is one of small-town charm combined with modern amenities. The city is home to many local restaurants, cafes, and bars, so there's always something to do. Whether you're a student looking to stay close to campus or a family searching for your own slice of paradise, Downtown Pullman has something for everyone.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Downtown Pullman is a vibrant and inviting place that offers plenty of options for dining, entertainment, and shopping. Rico's Public House is the ideal spot for locals desiring an upscale evening out. Featuring gourmet comfort food with a modern twist, Rico's boasts delicious dishes within the comfortable atmosphere of a European pub.

Every contemporary culinary masterpiece at The Black Cypress delivers a great seasonal taste, with each dish being meticulously designed to please the palate. The Black Cypress is also a semifinalist for Seattle’s 2023 James Beard Award, the American culinary world’s most prestigious award. The James Beard Foundation is a nonprofit organization with a mission to celebrate, support, and elevate the people behind America’s food culture and champion a standard of good food anchored in talent, equity, and sustainability.

For a quiet, rustic ambiance, you’ll not find better than Foundry. Favorite meals include the chicken pot pie, lamb lollipops and almost anything on their daily special. Drinks are well-thought-out and fun — Cask+Iron is a must try!

Roost Coffee is a must-visit coffee house. Their homemade chai is a spectacular culinary experience. You’ll not want to leave without trying one, or two, or more of the delicacies from the bakery. Lots of gluten-free options and varieties here! 

For those in search of the perfect combination of a delicious meal and tasty local brews, look no further than Paradise Creek Brewery. From lagers to IPAs, stout to sours, patrons are constantly discovering their new favorite brew right here in Downtown Pullman.

Sanctuary Yoga has something special for those looking to improve their fitness; it offers calming and rejuvenating yoga classes alongside a savory selection of healthy smoothies. 

Nearby, Pups & Cups Café is the perfect local spot to convene with friends and dogs while enjoying the locale’s savory, artisan coffee, tea, and wine.

Neill's Flowers and Gifts offers a luxurious shopping experience, with every item carefully crafted, from classic, timeless bouquets to exquisite floral arrangements. The owners are passionate about creating breathtaking blooming displays that bring joy and surprise to any occasion.

Things to Do

Downtown Pullman, Washington, has plenty of activities to keep locals entertained. The National Lentil Festival in Downtown Pullman is an event like no other — it's the ultimate celebration of nature's most delicious legumes! Held every summer, the festival offers a variety of attractions and activities for lentil lovers from all over. Local bands play live music throughout the day as guests enjoy extraordinary chefs' inventions and delight in watching interactive presentations and cooking lessons.

RTOP (Regional Theatre Of the Palouse) is an art-lovers paradise that delivers a smorgasbord of visual and performing arts, including celebrated musicals and plays that offer a little something for every patron's palette. Nestled in the heart of Downtown Pullman, The Gladish community and cultural center is a luxurious and inviting event venue perfect for any occasion, from corporate conferences to intimate family gatherings.

Rockstar Body Bar is Downtown Pullman’s destination for relaxation and renewal, where patrons can receive revitalizing treatments like red light therapy, facials, lash extensions, teeth whitening, and more.

Finally, the Pullman Farmers Market is a luxurious feast for the eyes, offering locally grown fruits and vegetables, bread, pastries, meat, eggs, and more, while a visit to the Neill Public Library is an intellectual treat for any reading enthusiast.


Downtown Pullman is served by Pullman School District #267. Institutions of note include:

Demographics and Employment Data for DOWNTOWN PULLMAN, WA

DOWNTOWN PULLMAN has 11,927 households, with an average household size of 2.19. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in DOWNTOWN PULLMAN do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 32,968 people call DOWNTOWN PULLMAN home. The population density is 3,016.62 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population


Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.


Median Age

50.98 / 49.02%

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The following schools are within or nearby DOWNTOWN PULLMAN. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
School rating
Pullman Christian School
K - 12th
No rating available
Montessori School Of Pullman
K - 3rd
No rating available
PreK - 5th
Sunnyside Elementary
PreK - 5th
Franklin Elementary
PreK - 5th
9th - 12th
Lincoln Middle School
6th - 8th
Jefferson Elementary
PreK - 5th


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