Lewis County, county in the state of Washington, United States. As of 2020 county had an estimated population of 82,109 inhabitants. The county was created 176 years ago in 1845. Its county seat is "Chehalis".
There are 10 city/town in Lewis County, WA. The largest city of Lewis County is Centralia with a population of 17,995. Other cities include, Chehalis population 7,825, Napavine population 2,042, Fords Prairie population 1,959, Winlock population 1,490
Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Lewis County.
|Centralia||City in Washington State||Lewis||17,995|
|Chehalis||City in and county seat of Lewis County, Washington, United States||Lewis||7,825|
|Fords Prairie||Census designated place||Lewis||1,959|
|Morton||City in Lewis County, Washington, United States||Lewis||1,217|
|Mossyrock||City in Lewis County, Washington, United States||Lewis||838|
|Napavine||City in Lewis County, Washington, United States||Lewis||2,042|
|Pe Ell||Town of the United States||Lewis||683|
|Toledo||City in Washington, United States||Lewis||785|
|Vader||City in Lewis County, Washington, United States||Lewis||677|
|Winlock||City in Lewis County, Washington, United States||Lewis||1,490|