• The vision of the Ida-Lew Economic Development Council lies in facilitating living wage job creation, new business establishment and the diversification of our economy while maintaining community values.
  • The Ida-Lew Economic Development Council, Inc. is a non-profit organization formed by local partnerships with a desire to kindle economic growth in the scenic, resourceful and expansive heart of north central Idaho.
  • The mission of Ida-Lew EDC is to promote economic development and stability in Idaho and Lewis County.
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Contact Info

for assistance please contact:

Melisa Bryant

Economic Development Specialist

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Phone: 208.983.8302

Address:

300 W. Main St. Ste 201

Grangeville, ID 83530

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Aloha Laundry

Grangeville, ID - Looking for a great place to do your laundry?  Need drop off or delivery service?  Look no further than Aloha Laundry!  Owners Bob and Carolyn Haning have brought a new laundry mat with a lot of great extras to the community.

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STEP - International Market Access Grants

The purpose of the grants are to increase the number of Idaho small businesses exporting, to increase the value of exports for Idaho small businesses that currently export.  Grant funds can be used to offset 65% of expenses incurred while accessing international markets.  We are able to assist you at no cost if you need any assistance in applying.  (208) 983-8302 or This email address is being

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