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Community Meeting regarding City Fleet Maintenance Yard

Community Meeting regarding City Fleet Maintenance Yard

Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood residents are invited to attend a community meeting to discuss the proposal for a conditional use permit for a manufacturing use (brewery/distillery) in an Office Retail zone at the current City Fleet Maintenance Yard. Date: Tuesday, Jan 8, 2019 Time: 6:30pm Location: 502 W Riverside Ave, Ste 103 There was a recent Spokesman-Review article that discusses this project: Dry Fly Distilling plan major expansion at new development north of downtown Spokane Notice of Community Meeting document with additional…

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Meet Your Neighborhood Resource Officer Workshop

Meet Your Neighborhood Resource Officer Workshop

Get to know your Neighborhood Resource Officer! Get tips and help with crime-related questions Meet your Neighborhood Resource Officer and discuss their role in your neighborhood Learn more about how to be proactive rather than reactive on crime All citizens are encouraged to attend. Date: Tuesday, September 11 Time: 5:15-6:30 pm Place: Northeast Community Center, 4001 N Cook St (map)

Crime Prevention Meeting with North Central COPS – July 26, 2018

Crime Prevention Meeting with North Central COPS – July 26, 2018

The Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council and Spokane C.O.P.S. are jointly hosting a neighborhood crime prevention meeting and workshop on Thursday, July 26 at Knox Presbyterian Church (806 W Knox). It runs from 6 to 8pm. There will be presentations from Dale Wells, the SPD resource officer for Emerson-Garfield, and Mark Sterk, who oversees safety and security for Spokane Public Schools, as well as opportunities for discussions and feedback. Whether you’ve been a victim of crime or simply want to hear directly from police officers who patrol this area, this workshop…

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Spokane Police Department Community Perception Survey

Spokane Police Department Community Perception Survey

The Spokane Police Department is asking residents for feedback on the community’s perceptions of them.

Volunteer with Neighborhood Observation Patrol

Volunteer with Neighborhood Observation Patrol

Neighborhood Observation Patrol (NOP) patrols can help make your neighborhood safer! Be a part of the solution – join a NOP team! The Neighborhood Observation Patrol are volunteer citizens who patrol areas, reporting suspicious or unlawful activity in their community to assist the police and help keep your neighborhood safer. NOP volunteers are trained by the Spokane Police Department in areas of safety, patrol procedures, communications, first aid, and basic law enforcement policies and procedures. Volunteers use a vehicle equipped…

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