Businesses & Services in Uniontown


The local market for businesses includes:
  • 1270 residents in the Uniontown/Colton area,
  • 5,000+ vehicles per day that travel through Uniontown on US Highway 195 (primary route from Spokane to Lewiston and Boise),
  • 135,000 residents that live within 20 miles north and south of Uniontown, and
  • Tourists traveling to the Hells River Canyon, Nez Perce National Historic Park, white water rafting on the Salmon River, camping and hiking in the national forest and wilderness areas east of Uniontown, and many other attractions in the area. 

Uniontown is a rural community at the geographic center of an urban region.

Agricultural service businesses:

  • Faerber Trucking, (509) 229-3404


  • McGregor Company, 307 E. Blair, (509) 229-3344.  The McGregor Company serves growers in Washington, Idaho and Oregon with seed, research, and advice needed to raise healthy, sustainable crops.


  • Uniontown Co-op, 101 E. Owen, (509) 229-3828. The Uniontown Co-operative Association was organized in 1916  for the purpose of group purchasing of farm supplies and providing storage facilities for grain, peas and lentils. The present facility can store 1,750,000 bushels of grain which is equal to the produce from over 20,000 acres of farm land

Antiques and gifts:

  • Green Cottage Antiques: Located at 301 S. Montgomery. Barbara Reed (509) 229-3622. They have furniture, glass ware, primitives, pottery, jewelry and more.


  • Plaid & Pearls Home Décor located in the same building with the Little Otter Eatery.  Open Monday through Saturday 7 am to 4:30 pm.  More information below under Little Otter Eatery.
     


  • Splendid Old Stuff, 410 S. Montgomery (195). Most unique antique store in the area with antiques, collectibles and one of a kind artwork. This antique shop can be contacted at jpstabler@inlandnet.com or (509) 229-3435.
     


     


  • The Community Marketplace, 118 S. Montgomery, 509-229-3225 is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 to 5.  Collectibles and antiques.

     


     

  • Scentsy FragranceCandle warmers, scented stuffed animals, bath & body products, scented laundry products and more.  For more information go to our web site at cori.scentsy.us or call 509-619-3816.  Available for home parties or private consultations.

     


  • The Shop at the Barn, The Shop at the Barn is located in the Dahmen Barn at 419 North Park Way. It is open Thursday through Sunday from 10 to 6. Phone 509/229-3414.  Items sold in the shop are either made by regional artisans, are about the Palouse or are made from products of the Palouse. A wide range of work is represented at the shop. For more information contact the shop at shopatthebarn@lewiston.com or go to the barn web site at www.artisanbarn.org.

Eating and sleeping:

  • Churchyard Inn Bed and Breakfast and meeting room. Their web site is at www.churchyardinn.com and can be contacted at cyi@inlandnet.com or (509) 229-3200. The Churchyard Inn was built as a convent adjacent to the St. Boniface Church. It had been vacant for many years. Several of the frugal members of the Parish Council had advocated tearing the building down so the church parking lot could be expanded, but fortunately the building was sold to two local families who turned it into a bed and breakfast inn.


  • Little Otter Eatery with Plaid & Pearls Home Decor .  located at the southeast corner of Montgomery (195) and Woodworth.  Phone: 509/229-3321.  Our facebook page at www.facebook.com/LittleOtterWithPlaidandPearls/info includes a link to our menu.  Our website is coming soon.  Open Monday through Saturday 7 am to 4:30 pm

    When you come to visit, keep in mind we love to find the beauty in the unusual and different -- from our coffee & food to our unique one-of-a-kind items.  We hope you find it as a place you can come nibble, scavenge or just giggle your way through.


  • Premier Alpacas of the Palouse guest home. Web site is at www.premieralpacas.com. Email address is dlmiller@inlandnet.com. Phone (509) 229-3655
     


  • New Sage Baking Company, 111 S. Montgomery, (509) 229-3716. The bakery and cafe is open Wednesday and Thursday 8 AM to 3 PM and Friday and Saturday from 7 to 3.

    In January 2003 Sage Baking Company moved into the 110 year old Jacobs' Building that had been renovated by the Uniontown Community Development Association. The bakery produces artisan breads, pastries, breakfast items, gourmet lunches and espresso. You can find their craftsman style specialty breads, scones and pastries at retailers and restaurants throughout the region.


  • Uniontown Community Club, (509) 229-3555.  The Club is a co-operative social club.  Annual dues $30.
     

Services and specialty:

  • AmericanWest Bank Open 9 to 1 Monday - Friday. Uniontown Branch, 104 W. Owen, (509) 229-3347

     



     

  • Artisans at the Dahmen Barn, 419 N. Parkway, (509) 229-3414 is open to the public Thursday through Sunday from 10 to 6. You can watch Artists and Craftsmen at work in various mediums and purchase directly from the artist’s studio, take classes, attend a music performance or a dance. For more information or current events listing go to the barn web site at www.artisanbarn.org.
     


     

  • Busch self service gas station, 412 N. Montgomery, (509) 229-3588

     


  • Fab Mech, 509-597-7064, Portable welding, repair and steel fabrication. 


     

  • Inland Network Phone, Cellular, and Internet, 211 S. Montgomery, (509) 229-3311.

     


  • J&S Bindery, (509) 229-3363


  • R&R Cable Co. (509) 229-3328


  • Town of UniontownThe Town Clerk can be contacted by email at utown@inlandnet.com or call at (509) 229-3805.


  • The Uniontown branch of the Whitman County Library. Information is available on the Community Spaces page of this web site and on the library's web site at www.whitco.lib.wa.us.

The Uniontown Community is working to improve the business and employment opportunities in Uniontown. Since 1992 the community has:

  • Revised the Comprehensive Plan and zoning to encourage small and home based businesses
  • Had a business development feasibility study completed by a planner who specializes in business development in rural communities
  • Completed the rebuilding of the water mains and sidewalks on the main commercial street
  • In 2001 the Uniontown Community Development Association was formed to promote the improvement of the economic conditions in Uniontown. The Association meets the third Wednesday afternoon of each month at 4:30 PM in the Dahmen Barn. Interested people are invited to attend.

Information about businesses in Colton is available on www.coltonwashington.us/businesses.html.