Latest News Releases

Yesterday

Spokane in Motion

12:28 p.m. - Project is designed to grow and promote bicycling in Spokane.

Sept. 17

Fred Meyer Attempt to Elude

2:52 p.m. - Sept. 16, 6:25pm, officers responded to Fred Meyer for a report of a wanted subject. The subject eluded SPD before being arrested for several charges.

Monroe Street Bridge to Be Closed During Last Weekend in September

8:36 a.m. - Other traffic impacts also set at CSO side near downtown library

Sept. 16

Mayor Vetos Ordinance That Would Regulate Loaning of City Employees

9:09 a.m. - Mayor Condon vetos ordinance that would regulate loaning of City employees to other agencies, says it contradicts Strategic Plan initiatives.

Sept. 13

Flags Will Remain Lowered For Fallen Green Beret

9:46 a.m. - Flags will remain at half-staff over the weekend

Sept. 12

Flags Lowered In Remembrance of City Employee

9:13 a.m. - Flags lowered to half-staff Sept. 12

Sept. 11

Bike with Billig, Beggs, & Burke

1 p.m. - Senator Andy Billig and City Council Members Breean Beggs and Kate Burke are lacing up their shoes for an interactive biking town hall on Sept. 14.

Pavilion at Riverfront will Honor Patriot Day with Light Display

12:17 p.m. - 8:30 – 10 P.M. tonight will feature red, white, and blue lights from the Pavilion

Flags Fly Half-Staff in Remembrance of 9/11

8:39 a.m. - City facilities observe Patriot Day

Sept. 10

Upcoming Pedestrian Enforcement

9:08 p.m. - The Spokane Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a pedestrian emphasis this Friday, Sept. 13 throughout the city.