Lewiston, Idaho

Statistics

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Median Household Income: $60,581
Bachelor’s Degree or Higher: 25.8%
Employment Rate: 60.2%
Total Housing Units: 14,836
Without Health Care Coverage: 9.3%
Total Households: 13,385



Some notable things about Lewiston

  1. Lewis-Clark Valley: Lewiston is situated in the Lewis-Clark Valley, where the scenic Clearwater and Snake Rivers converge. This area is known for its natural beauty, with rolling hills, picturesque river views, and opportunities for outdoor activities such as fishing, boating, and hiking.
  2. Nez Perce Tribe: Lewiston is located near the ancestral lands of the Nez Perce Tribe, one of the indigenous peoples of the region. The tribe has a rich cultural heritage and plays an integral part in the community. Visitors can learn about the Nez Perce history, traditions, and contemporary life by visiting the Nez Perce National Historical Park and other cultural sites. See our video clip about the creation of the Ni-Mi-Pu
  3. Hells Canyon: Just a short distance from Lewiston lies Hells Canyon, the deepest river gorge in North America. This breathtaking natural wonder offers opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts, including hiking, fishing, whitewater rafting, and jet boating. Exploring Hells Canyon provides an unforgettable experience amidst rugged beauty and spectacular views.
  4. Historical Downtown: Lewiston’s downtown area is filled with charming historic buildings, unique shops, and local eateries. Stroll along Main Street and explore the boutiques, art galleries, and antique stores. The downtown area also hosts events throughout the year, including festivals, live music, and farmers markets, showcasing the city’s vibrant community spirit.
  5. Lewis-Clark State College: Lewiston is home to Lewis-Clark State College, a comprehensive public college known for its strong academic programs and beautiful campus. The college offers a wide range of degrees and has a vibrant student life. Visitors can enjoy the campus’s scenic location along the river and attend cultural events, lectures, and sporting activities.
  6. Dogwood Festival: Each spring, Lewiston hosts the annual Dogwood Festival, a celebration of the blooming dogwood trees that adorn the city. The festival features parades, live music, art shows, food vendors, and family-friendly activities. It’s a great time to visit and experience the community’s sense of unity and pride.

Dianna Alwerth 
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Drew Furnia 
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