& Fishing - Outdoor Life Magazine
Lovers - US News & World Report
50 campgrounds in the West - Sunset Magazine
top 30 fishing vacations - Traveling Angler
small towns - Farmers Insurance
to live in - National Geographic Magazine
in the West - American Cowboy Magazine
Culture & Lifestyle
Thinking of a business expansion or relocating your business? Take a look at the Lewis Clark Valley. You'll find that it's a great place to live and work.
Our area's competitive operation costs and port system make us an unbeatable place to locate your business. Our quality of life and mild, year round climate are extra benefits.
Sites & Buildings
A unique mix of privately owned as well as publicly owned buildings and build-to-suit opportunities are available in the Valley. In addition to existing buildings and office space the Valley has a variety of choices for companies seeking vacant property that is served by utilities and is ready for building construction.
The Lewis-Clark Valley has a highly educated workforce. Two universities, one state college, and one community college, located within a 35-mile radius, provide the research and training connection for business. Research is an ongoing function in nearly all curricula at institutions of higher education, and sponsored programs conducted by the two universities exceed $140 million annually.
There are many programs available for employers to train employees in groups as small as five. Valley Vision can provide you with more information and resources for employee training.
The Lewis-Clark Valley offers a unique location for starting and expanding companies. On one side of the Snake River is a corporate income tax state (Idaho); on the other side is a gross receipt tax state (Washington).They each present different regulatory environments, depending on the nature of the business. Business locations can be determined on the basis of most-appropriate tax and regulatory issues, while enjoying the same labor market, vendor support, transportation services and training resources.
The Lewis Clark Valley is located on the border of Washington & Idaho along the Snake and Clearwater Rivers. Zoom in and out of map with the scroller on your mouse. Click on map to drag.
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