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Spokane Transit Authority

Authorized by and Date: The Spokane Transit Authority is a municipal corporation operating and existing under and pursuant to the Constitution and laws of the State of Washington, under Chapter 36.57A RCW; 566-03 on October 22, 2003.

Mission Statement/Purpose: The Spokane Transit Authority is goverened by the Board of Directors. The Board provides the policy and legislative direction for Spokane Transit and its administrators and approves its actions, budgets and long-term plans. It also has the authority to levy taxes as authorized by state law (with voter approval).

Requirements: By state law, the Board is composed of up to nine elected officials (and one non-voting STA labor representative) chosen from the jurisdictions served by the Public Transportation Benefit Area, which includes the cities of Airway Heights, Cheney, Medical Lake, Milwood, Liberty Lake, Spokane, Spokane Valley and some unincorporated portions of the county surrounding those municipalities.

Date, time and location: The Board meets on the Third Thursday of the month at the STA Boardroom, 1230 W. Boone Ave, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Exceptions in 2024 are the July meeting which will be held on July 25 (4th Thursday). There are no committee or Board meetings scheduled in August. View the 2024 Board & Committee meeting schedule (PDF 203 KB).

Members: View Spokane Transit Board of Directors

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Staff Liaison
Dana Infalt
Clerk of the Authority

Council Committee
Public Infrastructure, Environment, & Sustainability (PIES)