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SRTC Regional Safety Action Plan

SRTC Regional Safety Action Plan

Spokane Regional Transportation Council (SRTC) is looking for feedback for their Regional Safety Action Plan. You can help contribute to this work by sharing your safety concerns with them here. That page is an interactive story map, where you can learn more about the Regional Safety Action Plan, answer survey questions, and pinpoint specific locations on a map where you feel unsafe. The page will be open until March 15th, 2024. You can learn more about the Regional Safety Action…

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Bicycle Priority Network

Bicycle Priority Network

The City of Spokane has hired a consultant team to help create a better Bicycle Priority Network plan. The project is currently seeking feedback from the community. Please respond and feel free to share, so more people have an opportunity to give feedback about specific locations.

Happy New Year from the EGNC!

Happy New Year from the EGNC!

The Emerson-Garfield neighborhood is so lucky to have such dedicated, engaged, and community-oriented neighbors. Reminder: During our December meeting, we voted to skip the January 2024 meeting. We will next meet on Wednesday, 2/14/24 from 6-7:30pm at the Corbin Senior Activity Center.

Neighborhood Safety Committee Meeting

Neighborhood Safety Committee Meeting

We, the Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood, don’t currently have a Safety Committee representative – so we are sharing this information broadly. Anyone who is interested is welcome to attend. If you would like to learn more about this open representative position, please reach out via email: info@emersongarfield.org The last Neighborhood Safety Committee Meeting of the year will be on Wednesday, 12/27/23, from 6-7pm, at The Hive (Events room A). Are you tired of graffiti plaguing¬†your neighborhood as much as we are? Well,…

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Transportation Town Hall

Transportation Town Hall

A Transportation Townhall will be held on Monday, Dec. 18, from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Shadle Park Library Event Space.