The City of Spokane is currently focusing on “infill housing,” which means that planners and policymakers are working on revisions to regulations that will enable additional housing development on vacant lots and parcels in already built-up areas. Here in Emerson-Garfield, infill is the kind of development that we’re most likely to see over the next 20 years, so it’s important to see what code changes are being proposed and why. Informing yourself now and shaping policy accordingly is the best…
Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood members are invited to join Knox Presbyterian Church for their Centennial Day Celebration on Sunday, November 12. Date: Sunday, November 12 Time: Celebration at 10:30 am with a catered dinner for all of the community following Location: Knox Presbyterian Church, 804 W Knox Ave There is no cost for the dinner, but they will have a love offering for those who may want to contribute. Please RSVP for the dinner by Monday, November 6 by calling 509-328-7540.
City of Spokane staff working on this project will be updating the public about the North Monroe Project and welcome your comments. WHEN: Wednesday, September 20 from 6-7pm WHERE: Knox Presbyterian Church, 806 W Knox Ave For more details, view this flyer.
The Spokane Regional Transportation Council is (SRTC) is proposing to invest almost $800 million into the local transportation system in the next several years and is holding an open house on Tuesday, September 19, 4-6pm at 421 W Riverside Ave (Paulsen Center), Ste. 504 (flyer) to give members of the public an idea of what projects that would fund. Every year, SRTC updates the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) with projects and programs jurisdictions within Spokane County plan to build or implement…
All are invited to attend a Block Watch presentation for the community by Spokane C.O.P.S. Executive Director Patrick Striker at the South Hill Library, 3324 South Perry St., on Tuesday, Sept 12th, 6:30pm. Additional guest speakers will include C.O.P.S. Southeast Block Watch Coordinator Kendall Eminger and Spokane C.O.P.S. Program Manager Maurece Vulcano. Spokane C.O.P.S. Block Watch is one of the most effective and least costly ways to prevent crime and reduce fear. Block Watch fights the isolation that crime both creates and feeds upon….
PROTECT YOUR IDENTITY – FREE SHRED DAY Join C.O.P.S. Northwest at Shadle Center (Wellesley & Belt) for a FREE shred day Friday, September 29th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Shredding services are donated by UNITED DATA SECURITY. Donations are accepted and will benefit C.O.P.S. Northwest. For more information, call C.O.P.S. Northwest at 509-625-3336 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Printable flyer
Hope you can make it to the free concert featuring Buffalo Jones at Emerson Park this Sunday at 5pm. All are invited so bring friends and family!