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Chewelah Population: 2,585

Total Males: 1,296
Total Females: 1,289
Median Household Income: $29,970
Total Households: 1,114

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Brief Information About Chewelah


The city of Chewelah is located in the County of Stevens. It has a total area of about 7.7 sq. km. and located at an elevation of 1668 ft. above the sea level.
Businesses related to building material supplies, building contractors, real estate loans, real estate buyers and brokers, cabinet makers, remodelling agencies, real estate lawyers enhance the development of the industry of real estate. The industry of information technology helps in the growth of businesses related to computer consultants, networking, peripheral, printing and software services in the city. The local farmers market provide adequate support in developing a whole range of food related businesses like groceries and supermarkets, health and diet food, fruit and vegetable stores and food carry out services. The industry of automobiles has encroached the city with businesses related to truck renting and leasing services, truck repairing and servicing facilities. The service industry experience growth with the dewvelopment of restaurants, meat shops, fruit and vegetable stores and food carry out services.



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