Ferry County

Frontier Title & Escrow Company

Frontier Title & Escrow Company
665 S. Clark Ave., Ste. 1
Republic, WA 99166

Phone (509) 775-2100
Fax (509) 775-2105
Services: Title, Escrow, Customer Service

Republic Staff

lisa-teamLisa Novikoff
Title Plant Poster
Ferry · (509) 775-2100

kennewick-office-holderMelissa Campbell
Title Assistant
Ferry · (509) 775-2100

Ferry County (population 7,751) was established in February 21, 1889, when Stevens County was essentially divided from west to east into the counties of Ferry, Stevens and Pend Oreille. Republic is the largest city and the county seat.

In the south half of the county is the Colville Indian Reservation. The main industries are farming, logging, mining, fishing, hunting, tourism, and recreation. The Kettle River Range is in the Eastern portion of the county and follows the Kettle Rivers, Colombia River and Lake Roosevelt from Canada south. The Okanogan Highlands occupies the western part of the County. In the middle of Republic is the Stonerose Fossil Center where the public can try their hand at unearthing fossils in the Center’s fossil beds.