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Volunteer Opportunity – Help Build Spokane’s Pop-Up Cycle Track!

Volunteer Opportunity – Help Build Spokane’s Pop-Up Cycle Track!

The City of Spokane will install a temporary two-way cycle track, or protected bike lane, on Spokane Falls Boulevard. This popup pilot will test a cycle track as a protected bikeway that supports people of all ages and abilities. It will be installed on Saturday, Sept 28th and removed on the following Saturday, Oct 5th.  They need your help if this is to be successful! They are looking for people willing to help stripe and install the temporary barriers, direct cyclists,…

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Post Street Bridge Survey and City Planning Speaker Joe Minicozzi

Post Street Bridge Survey and City Planning Speaker Joe Minicozzi

The City of Spokane is seeking input from the public regarding the replacement of the Post Street Bridge. View the current construction options and take a survey on the City’s website. The City would like public input on how to accommodate vehicles, bicyclists and pedestrians on the 51 ft. wide bridge deck. This includes one vehicular travel lane northbound, pedestrian and bicycle routes as well as accommodating the Centennial Trail. Spokane Regional Transportation Council is hosting Joe Minicozzi, a popular…

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City of Spokane Parking Survey

City of Spokane Parking Survey

The City of Spokane is conducting a parking study to examine a wide range of key issues including; parking prices, parking technology, parking development and growth trends, angled parking, walking and safety, employee parking options, and parking rules. As part of these efforts, they are seeking your input. Complete the survey and have a chance to win a gift card to Atticus Coffee & Gifts! Enter your email in question #1 to be eligible. Each survey should take about 7-10 minutes to complete. All responses will remain confidential…

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Infill Housing Online Q&A (Nov. 16)

Infill Housing Online Q&A (Nov. 16)

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…

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