Situated between the Snake and Clearwater rivers in southwestern Idaho, Lewiston is a city of approximately 31,000 people. It offers many outdoor activities due to its location near the water and its several area parks. The area is also proud of its heritage and its connection to the famous Lewis and Clark Expedition. The town is specifically named after Meriwether Lewis and isn't shy about celebrating its history.
Lewiston's community is closely intertwined with that of neighboring city Clarkston, Washington, located on the other side of Snake River. On both sides of the river are levees maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to prevent flooding.
Clearwater Paper Corp., a major lumber and paper manufacturer, is one of the city's biggest employers. Manufacturing and health care are also major industries, and Lewiston has also become a regional shopping destination in recent years, with the Lewiston Center Mall offering over 250,000 square feet of shopping.
Lewiston's notable neighborhoods include:
Lewiston celebrates its developing artistic community and heritage:
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