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SRTC Open House – September 17

SRTC Open House – September 17

Learn about the SRTC 2020-2023 Transportation Improvement Program and the transportation projects on the horizon. Date: Tuesday, September 17 Time: 3:30-5:30 pm Location: Spokane Community College, SCC Lair, 1810 N Greene St (map)

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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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!

Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Clean-Up – May 18, 2019

Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Clean-Up – May 18, 2019

It’s time for our 11th Annual Spring Cleanup, where we provide a free dumpster site to Emerson-Garfield residents (ID required for proof of residency)! When: Saturday, May 18, 9am-12pm Where: Faith Bible Church (600 W Cora) We are accepting: clean green – bagged only refuse – no food items, dry wall, concrete, or nail-embedded wood recycling – any mostly metal item Salvation Army accepts donations of clothing and furniture old electronics accept for e-cycle The City reserves the right to…

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Spokane in Motion educational series

Spokane in Motion educational series

The City of Spokane, in partnership with the Spokane Bicycle Club and i-Sustain, is sponsoring a series of educational events around innovative cycling infrastructure. The project is called Spokane in Motion, and the goal is to increase awareness around biking in the city and the region. Building on the City’s Bike Master Plan, city officials are using this project to answer the questions: What are some creative ways we can promote cycling in our region? How can we make biking safer and more accessible to…

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