About the Northwest

Post Falls is located four miles east of the Washington-Idaho border along Interstate 90 in Kootenai County and is bounded by Coeur d’Alene, Idaho to the east, the State of Washington to the west, the Spokane River to the south and the Rathdrum prairie to the north.  Post Falls is 20 miles east of Spokane, Washington and approximately 100 miles south of the Canadian border. Due to the proximity of numerous lakes, rivers and mountains, Post Falls, Idaho is an inviting place to live. This fact is reflected in the retail sectors of the economy, with an increasing number of retail, dining and entertainment  businesses locating in the City. Additionally, Post Falls has become a favored retirement community.


You’ll find the perfect restaurant to suit any occasion or appetite, in the Northwest. Also, the area is ripe with delicious fresh produce from our local farmers.


Shopping in the Northwest area strikes a balance between locally owned businesses and large retailers such as Nordstrom’s, Costco, Khol’s, Macy’s, Trader Joes, etc.


There are abundant parks and trails in Post Falls, North Idaho, and Eastern Washington.

Activities to do in the Northwest