The Office of Neighborhood Services is hosting a traffic-calming workshop for neighborhoods in District 3 — which includes Emerson-Garfield — on Wednesday, January 21 from 6 to 7:30pm at the West Central Community Center (1603 N Belt).
This workshop goes hand-in-hand with our call for neighborhood traffic-calming requests. The aim of the workshop is to give applicants one-on-one instructions and review some example projects. If you’re thinking about submitting a traffic-calming request, this workshop will help you create a strong application for your proposed project.
These workshops are for anyone in District 3. You don’t have to be a member of this or any other neighborhood council to take part.
The roundabouts on W Montgomery are a good example of the kind of resident-driven traffic-calming projects that our neighborhood has applied for in the past. More information about the traffic-calming program in Spokane and the solutions available to you can be found on the City’s traffic-calming page.