Applicants Sought for WQTIF Neighborhood Committee

Applicants Sought for WQTIF Neighborhood Committee

The City of Spokane is seeking volunteers for a committee that helps to select public investments in three Spokane neighborhoods – West Central, Emerson-Garfield, and Riverside. The funding for the work comes from a special taxing district created by the City in this area in 2007. A Tax Increment Financing (TIF) District, which includes the Kendall Yards Development, was created by the City and County of Spokane to help pay for public improvements inside the Kendall Yards area and for…

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Spokane Police Community Appreciation Day – July 13, 2019

Spokane Police Community Appreciation Day – July 13, 2019

Join Spokane Police Department at the 2019 Community Appreciation Day! This open house event is a chance to get to know the officers in your community. There will be demonstrations from the K9 team, the Motor Unit, and the Explosive Disposal Unit “bomb squad” robot! When: Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 12-4 pmWhere: Spokane Community College Soccer Field, 1810 N. Greene St (map) Please feel free to share this flyer and parking map. For more information, please contact the SPD Academy…

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24/7 Library Celebration – July 17 at 3:30pm

24/7 Library Celebration – July 17 at 3:30pm

The Spokane Public Library is celebrating the one year anniversary of their 24/7 Library at the West Central Community Center. Meet at the kiosk at 3:30pm and then enjoy a children’s program. ‘Blast off on a Book! Out of this World Poetry with Kenn Nesbitt’ Children will create their own poem with a space themed craft along with refreshments provided by Numerica. 

Neighborhood Clean Up – June 23, 2019

Neighborhood Clean Up – June 23, 2019

Join your neighbors to help clean up the neighborhood. Stop by Alter Church (2308 N Lincoln) on Sunday, June 23 at 10:30 am. A BBQ at Bellwether Brewing (2019 N Monroe) will follow the clean up!

Community Conversation with Police Chief Craig Meidl – June 4, 2019

Community Conversation with Police Chief Craig Meidl – June 4, 2019

Join Police Chief Craig Meidl to discuss Current crime rates Use of force policy highlights Department updates Question and answer forum WHEN: Tuesday, June 4 at 6:00-7:30 pmWHERE: West Central Community Center, 1603 N Belt (map)