Uniontown combines the advantages of a small rural town with the benefits of being at the center of the Quad Cities area, with its major universities, retail centers and regional airports, all within 20 miles of Uniontown. Our safe, friendly community is always taking part in various annual events in town and at our Community Building. Enjoy the many historic places to visit in town including the wonderful Dahmen Barn and beautiful St. Boniface Church. We are proud of our great schools, churches, parks and library.
Nestled in rolling hills of farmland and rural vistas, Uniontown is the geographic center of Pullman, WA and Moscow, ID to the north, and Lewiston, ID and Clarkston, WA to the south. That means we area a short drive away from Washington State University, University of Idaho, Lewis Clark State College, Walla Walla Community College and regional airports in both Pullman and Lewiston, along with Spokane International Airport just 93 miles away.
While our town is small – we have 333 residents in Uniontown and 1,270 in the surrounding Uniontown/Colton community - the population of the regional Quad Cities area is over 136,000.
Being central to areas of such educational, industrial, artistic and agricultural significance, Uniontown is home to a diverse population of artists, farmers, book binders, writers, teachers, furniture builders, collectors and much more.