Albion, WA, a small community located between Pullman and Colfax, WA, was first settled in 1871 by Levi Reynolds, and platted in 1883. Albion was officially incorporated on March 4, 1910.
Albion is surrounded by the beautiful rolling hills of the Palouse. There are many activities accessible to residents of Albion. Water activities, including boating, swimming, and water skiing and camping are a short 40 minute drive away and are accessible on the majestic Snake River. Hiking, camping and mountain biking on the beautiful Moscow Mountain (Idaho) is about 50 minutes away. Winter activities, such as skiing, surround Albion within half a day drive.
What’s happening in Albion?: Albion Branch-Whitman County Library, Guy-Albion Historical Society, Whitman County District 11-Albion Fire and EMS, Post Office, Albion Car Care, Albion Community Church, After-School Program (organized by the Washington State University, Center for Civic Engagement), Albion 4H Club
Population: 2010 US Census: 500
Form of Government: Mayor-Council
Median Income-2011: $48,646
Individuals below poverty level: 8.9%
*Statistics culled from US Census Bureau
Photo Credits to Jennifer Jones