The City of Lewiston, Idaho is pleased to announce the development of a comprehensive master plan design for Lewiston's Community Park. This 187-acre project has been planned for many years and is now moving forward with a plan to provide residents with numerous new recreational amenities and opportunities to gather as a community.
View drone flight of existing park site.
Approved Preferred Alternative - Community Park Master Plan View
How can I stay up to date on this project?
To keep abreast of the ongoing development of Lewiston Community Park, check the homepage regularly. This website will be continually updated with the latest information and developments of the project.
How will this project benefit the community?
The City of Lewiston is a growing city, with an estimated population of over 34,000 residents. Its relatively mild winter climate and its location on the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers make it the primary regional transportation, retail, health care, and entertainment center of the surrounding area. These attributes have been attracting residents for employment and retirement. The City is finding itself in need of a large community park where residents can gather, recreate, and celebrate as a community. Lewiston Community Park can respond to these needs and provide a high-quality recreational experience with its new amenities, magnificent views, and central location. No other park in the City has the size or the ability to provide the benefits this park has to offer. It truly will be a great gathering place that celebrates all that the Lewis-Clark Valley has to offer.
How was this project selected?
This park has been in the planning stages for over 20 years. It was described in the City's 1999 (updated 2010) Parks & Open Space Master Plan and was initially called Warner Community Park. It consists of approximately 187 acres of land north of Warner Avenue, and is adjacent to an unnamed tributary of Lindsay Creek on the east and the new Lewiston High School campus and Lewis-Clark State College Career Technical Education Building on the west.
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