The Spokane Police Department is asking residents for feedback on the community’s perceptions of them.
Come see what your North Central C.O.P.S. Shop is all about, meet your Neighborhood Resource Officer, Department of Corrections Officers, the shop volunteers, and enjoy some great BBQ! Date: Tuesday, March, 20 Time: 12-2pm Location: Knox Presbyterian Church, 806 W Knox
Whenever a historic building is demolished in Emerson-Garfield, our neighborhood loses a unique monument to its past. Forever. That’s why the Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council is putting together a standing committee of volunteers that would pursue historic preservation in our own neighborhood. Interested?
Spokane C.O.P.S. is offer training to apartment managers, property management staff, maintenance supervisors and owners of rental property. In addition, many of our Spokane neighbors, law enforcement, media representatives and more have taken this training to help create a great quality of life in their own neighborhoods. This is a 2-day training consisting of 12 topics related to property management. The next training is March 22 and 29, 2018, 8:30-5:00pm both days, at C.O.P.S. East Central, 2116 East First Ave, Spokane. Morning and…
The PeTT Committee will host members of the city council, the police department, the streets department, and the parks department for a forum to discuss the imposition of 20 MPH speed limits around all city parks and certain residential areas the city council may chose to designate. EVERYONE IS INVITED! Tuesday, March 27 at 6pm West Central Community Center (1603 N Belt), Contact Paul Kropp, PeTT chair, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (509) 638-5854 for further information.