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Neighborhood Resource Officer Community Workshop – October 1

Neighborhood Resource Officer Community Workshop – October 1

The Spokane Police Department’s Neighborhood Resource Program is hosting a workshop. Date: Tuesday, Oct  1, 2019Time: 6pm-7:30pmLocation: Northeast Community Center, 4001 N Cook St (map) Agenda:6-6:05 pm – Welcome/introduction, Colleen Gardner 6:05-6:15 pm – Briefing Neighborhood Resource Officer role/responsibilities, Sgt. Vic Carroll6:15-6:40 pm – Neighborhood Resource Officer Comments6:40-7:20 pm – Community open forum Q&A7:20-7:30 pm – Evaluation and close

Market Manager Opportunity

Market Manager Opportunity

Reminder – last weeks of this season’s market!Friday, September 20 – Craft WalkFriday, September 27 – Last market of the season The Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market is looking for a new manager to lead the market into its eighth season in 2020. This is a unique and profoundly rewarding volunteer opportunity for someone — or several someones — to make a lasting impact on multiple fronts: Helping fledgling or small-scale farmers get a vital foothold in the local economy. Providing nonprofits…

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Legislators Open House at the Farmers Market – September 20

Legislators Open House at the Farmers Market – September 20

Rep. Marcus Riccelli, Sen. Andy Billig, and Rep. Timm Ormsby are setting up a mobile office at the Emerson-Garfield Farmers Market. They invite you to drop in and let them know about the issues that matter to you. When: Friday, September 20, 4 – 5:30 pm Where: Emerson-Garfield Farmers Market, 2310 N Monroe St (map) As legislators, we value the opportunity to have one-on-one conversations with you. Whether you have a specific issue that’s important to you, or just want…

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Free Trees Available from City of Spokane Urban Forestry

Free Trees Available from City of Spokane Urban Forestry

We’d like to share an opportunity for you to receive a FREE tree for your yard. Through a partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation’s Community Canopy program, the City’s Neighborhood Tree Program is giving away 500 trees this fall to help Spokane residents lower their energy costs, filter air and water pollutants, reduce stormwater runoff, and green-up your neighborhood. This is an exclusive offer for residents of the City of Spokane. Order your new tree while supplies last! Choose from a…

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Bike events coming up

Bike events coming up

Popup Pilot Great news… the City’s Popup Pilot has been confirmed!  They will be demonstrating a separated, two-way cycle track on Spokane Falls Boulevard from the north landing of the Gateway Bridge to the Cincinnati Greenway.  The temporary installation will go up on Saturday, September 28th and be in place for a week.  See map for details. The idea is to demonstrate how a cycle track works and if cyclists feel safer using a separated bike lane.  Help Needed! Volunteers are needed…

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