Lewis County Sheriff - Brian Brokop

Lewis County Sheriff's Office Staff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lewis County

 

 

 


 

Lewis County consists of 479 square miles of rolling prairie, with steep broken Clearwater River breaks on the north edge of the county.  Approximately 6 miles of steep Salmon River breaks to the south edge of the county.  The County is a large part of the Camas Prairie, a major grain-producing region in Idaho.  The river break areas are vegetated with Douglas Fir and Ponderosa Pine and is steep, dropping off of the relatively flat prairie into the river bottom.  Land ownership is 4.7% federal, state and county.  The population is 3,943 or 8.2 people per square mile.  Major towns of Lewis County include Kamiah, Craigmont, Nezperce, Winchester, and Reubens.

There are 22 miles of Lewis and Clark Trail in Lewis County.  The expedition traveled through Lewis County on their return trip in 1806.  Their route is west of the river across rolling prairie at the top of the small county, Lewis County is strategically located to have an impact on the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial.  Kamiah is a major community in Lewis County.  It is located on US Highway 12, and will host visitors traveling the Lewis & Clark corridor.  Long Camp or Camp Chopunnish is just across the river from Kamiah in Idaho County and the community of Kamiah will host visitors at this site.

 


 

Office Hours:  9:00 AM to 5:00 PM  Monday-Friday

     Closed for lunch from 12:00-1:00PM 

 

Email:  Lewis County Sheriff

 

 

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