Stevens County

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Stevens County is named for Isaac Stevens, who was the first governor of the Washington Territory.


Created:  January 20, 1863

County Seat: 

Colville  1863 – present


County Courthouse – Colville 


Location:  215 South Oak Street / Astor Avenue

Built:  1938 – 1939

Style:   Federal

Architect:   G A Pehrson

Contractor:  Tri-State Construction Company of Portland, Oregon


Description:  The building  faces west and is a two story buff colored brick and concrete structure. The building has the main entrance at the north end of the west side. Vertical brick protrusions divide the windows which have white stone headers. A horizontal white stone band follows the flat roof line. An addition was added in 1973 and the architect was Barnard and Holloway of Spokane.



N – British Columbia, Canada

E – Pend Orielle County and Spokane County

S – Spokane County and Lincoln County

W – Ferry County











Photos taken 2006 and 2009