The Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council meets this evening (May 13) starting at 6pm in the Corbin Senior Center (827 W Cleveland).
Apologies, by the way, that this announcement with meeting materials is delayed by about 24 hours. We had some last-minute additions to the agenda.
The guest speaker this month is the Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency. They’re going to provide some background on their organization and address any seasonal or persistent air-quality issues in Emerson-Garfield and Spokane as a whole.
Then we’ll move into finding a neighborhood rep for an important Public Safety Committee initiative, a pre-season teaser of what’s in store for the important third season of the Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market, and a look at how this year’s Concert in the Park is shaping up.
Plus we’ll discuss a proposed Friends of Emerson Park group, learn about some sweet discounts that have been wrangled exclusively for E-G residents at area nurseries, and hear from a variety of folks about what’s going on around the neighborhood and at the city level.
As always, you can download the materials beforehand as PDFs:
If you live, work or own property in Emerson-Garfield, you’re invited and encouraged to come to these meetings. We regularly see attendance of 40+ people from all over the neighborhood, and there are no dues, fees or other obligations to participate.
It’s a great way to stay informed, meet your neighbors and take an active, grassroots role in shaping your neighborhood for the better!