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Stevens County

FACT SHEET

  • Name origin: Named for Isaac I. Stevens (1818-62), 1st Governor of Washington Territory (1853-57)
  • Established: 1863 Jan 20
  • County seat: Colville
  • County government website
  • Upcoming events (via WA-List’s events calendar)
  • Population (2010): 43,531 (Rank: 23 of 39)
  • Area (2010): 2,477.77 square miles (Rank: 5 of 39)
  • Density (2010): 17.6 people per square miles (Rank: 28 of 39)
  • Highest elevation: 7,308 feet, Abercrombie Mountain.

Cities and Towns Population Area Density Elevation Zip code
(sq miles) (pop/sq miles) (feet)
1. Colville city 4,673 2.93 1,594.9 NUMBER 99114
2. Chewelah city 2,607 2.98 874.8 NUMBER 99109
3. Kettle Falls city 1,595 1.07 1,490.7 NUMBER 991**
4. Northport town 295 0.58 508.6 NUMBER 99157
5. Springdale town 285 1.14 250.0 NUMBER 99173
6. Marcus town 183 0.23 795.7 NUMBER 99151

 


Additional facts

  • Okanogan County is the 5th largest county in Washington.
  • Marcus is the 10th smallest town in Washington by population.

Notes

  • This page is updated periodically in an effort to keep information accurate and offer additional data.
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  • All population and area data are from the 2010 United States Census. All population density figures for cities greater than 5,000 people are as well. Densities of smaller towns and cities were calculated separately using US Census data.
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