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DivisionConnects Transportation Study

DivisionConnects Transportation Study

DivisionConnects, a collaborative two-year transportation and land use study, will focus on opportunities and challenges that come with the planned completion of the North Spokane Corridor (NSC). Provide your feedback in this online survey. DivisionConnects is led by Spokane Regional Transportation Council and Spokane Transit Authority, in partnership with Washington State Department of Transportation, City of Spokane, and Spokane County, to study Division Street from its downtown connection in the south to the Newport Highway and North Spokane Corridor past…

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Washington State COVID-19 Resources

Washington State COVID-19 Resources

Adam McDaniel, the Governor’s Eastern Washington Regional Representative based in Spokane, reached out to Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council by email. He provided his contact information and some helpful resources. He is encouraging people to reach out to him if you have questions. Adam McDanielEastern Washington Regional Representative| Office of Governor Jay InsleeCell: 509.638.4686www.governor.wa.gov |adam.mcdaniel@gov.wa.gov Coronavirus.wa.gov – This website consolidates information from multiple state agencies. You can find ways to help, guidance on essential business activity, and multilingual resources.   Department of Health – The…

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City Council Climate Survey

City Council Climate Survey

The Spokane Community is Invited to Participate!  A group of Spokane experts and volunteers are working to study local impacts of climate change on the city of Spokane, and they want to hear from you. The volunteers are part of the Sustainability Action Subcommittee, or SAS.  Spokane City Council created the SAS in 2019 and asked the group to draft a Climate Action Plan. The goal of the plan is to help the City, businesses, organizations and residents respond effectively…

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Libraries on the Move during Renovations

Libraries on the Move during Renovations

Last November, voters overwhelmingly approved the Spokane Public Library bond measure to remodel four existing libraries and build three new libraries. The two libraries closest to our neighborhood, Shadle Library and Downtown Library, will be closing this winter and temporarily relocating during renovations. Shadle Library will close on December 22, 2019. Their temporary location will be in Northtown Mall. This location will open on January 2, 2020. Downtown Library will close on February 29, 2020. Their temporary location will be…

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