Win a “Local” gift bag at the December Potluck and Meeting!

Win a “Local” gift bag at the December Potluck and Meeting!

Attend the annual Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council Winter Potluck and Meeting on Wednesday, December 12 for your chance to win a “Local” gift bag filled with delicious and tasty treats that are all made in Washington. The potluck begins at 5pm and the meeting will follow at 6pm. Drawings take place after the meeting, around 7:30pm. A big thank you to Santa and Mrs. Claus for donating the items and putting the gift the bag together! No purchase necessary.

Traffic Calming Program Workshop – Nov 27

Traffic Calming Program Workshop – Nov 27

Join Council member Breean Beggs and the Pedestrian, Traffic, and Transportation Committee for a Traffic Calming Program Workshop When: Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 6:00 – 7:30 PM Where: West Central Community Center – 1603 N Belt Street Improving the Traffic Calming Program: How could the program documents that shape the program—the Traffic Calming Workshop overview, the Toolbox, and the application form—be improved or expanded? What about the program could be changed? What could be added? Are there other program management matters that…

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COPS Northeast Pet Pictures with Santa Fundraiser – November 17, 2018

COPS Northeast Pet Pictures with Santa Fundraiser – November 17, 2018

Visit the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council on Saturday, November 17 from 10 am – 2 pm to get your pets’ pictures taken with Santa! Pictures are $3 and proceeds will be donated to COPS Northeast. When: Saturday, November 17, 10 am – 2 pm Where: Northwest Wildlife Council, 6116 N Market

Meet Your Neighborhood Resource Officer Workshop

Meet Your Neighborhood Resource Officer Workshop

Get to know your Neighborhood Resource Officer! Get tips and help with crime-related questions Meet your Neighborhood Resource Officer and discuss their role in your neighborhood Learn more about how to be proactive rather than reactive on crime All citizens are encouraged to attend. Date: Tuesday, September 11 Time: 5:15-6:30 pm Place: Northeast Community Center, 4001 N Cook St (map)

Post Street Bridge Survey and City Planning Speaker Joe Minicozzi

Post Street Bridge Survey and City Planning Speaker Joe Minicozzi

The City of Spokane is seeking input from the public regarding the replacement of the Post Street Bridge. View the current construction options and take a survey on the City’s website. The City would like public input on how to accommodate vehicles, bicyclists and pedestrians on the 51 ft. wide bridge deck. This includes one vehicular travel lane northbound, pedestrian and bicycle routes as well as accommodating the Centennial Trail. Spokane Regional Transportation Council is hosting Joe Minicozzi, a popular…

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