Northport | Port of Lewiston

Northport

Northport is the Port of Lewiston’s waterfront property, and the home of the Port’s business office. The site’s proximity to US 12, rail transportation, and the river make this site the ideal location for intermodal operations.

Northport’s proximity to highways, rail lines, and the river make it the ideal choice for intermodal operations. The Port gives preference to potential tenants that rely heavily on the transportation industry for day-to-day operations.

General Information

  • Acreage: 85 acres with approximately 20 available.
  • Zoning: Light to Heavy Industrial Zoning
  • Infrastructure: Streets, curb & gutter, water, sewer and storm drain
  • Utilities: Telephone, electricity, natural gas and cable TV
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Transportation

  • Highway: US 12, US 95 and State Route 128
  • Rail: Great Northwest Railroad/Watco shortline connecting to Union Pacific & Burlington Northern/Santa Fe
  • Airport: Lewiston-Nez Perce County Airport within 5 miles

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On-Site Facilities

Our on-site facilities make it easy for Port shippers to route their products globally and still remain competitive in the marketplace.

Public Dock

The Port’s intermodal public dock provides easy access to river, road and rail shipping options.

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Warehousing

Inland 465 Warehousing and Distribution operates the Port’s 150,000 square-foot distribution facility located adjacent to the Port of Lewiston container yard.

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Grain Facilities

Grain shipments are the Port’s number one export. Lewis Clark Terminal has a combined storage capacity of 6.2 million bushels maintained at the Port.

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Northport Transportation Study

The Lewis-Clark Valley MPO, in collaboration with the Port of Lewiston and Lewis-Clark Terminal, initiated a study to plan for the future of moving commerce through Lewiston’s Northport area.  The study is intended to identify transportation improvements that enhance connectivity between truck, rail and barge activity in the Northport area.

The study evaluates the existing rail network within the Northport area and provides recommendations for rail improvements.  The study also addresses existing conditions between the Northport area and Hwy 12 and Hwy 128 road connections and provides alternatives to improve these road connections.  The study assesses the existing conditions of the roadway network within the Northport area, and recommends a plan for proposed improvements.

The study was conducted by David Evans & Associates with Clearwater Economic Development Association coordinating public involvement activities.  Public Open Houses were held in September 2013 and January 2014.  The project began mid-May 2013 and completed in May 2014.

Northport Transportation Study