City to Host District Neighborhood Traffic Calming Workshops

Lisa Gardner, City Council Communications Director, 509.625.6226

Tuesday, May 9, 2023 at 12:01 p.m.

WHAT: The City of Spokane will host a series of in-person workshops for each City Council District neighborhood on May 16th, May 17Tth, and May 18th to select the project solutions for the issues identified at the fall 2022 workshops under the City’s new Traffic Calming program.  Each workshop will be 50-minutes and will have a presentation, followed by the project selections. A map of the neighborhood boundaries can be found on the City webpage here.


District 1 Workshops, Tuesday, May 16th:

Spokane Central Library, Event Room A
906 W. Main Ave.
4:30 p.m.: Logan, Chief Garry Park, and Riverside
5:30 p.m.: Nevada Heights and Shiloh Hills
6:30 p.m.: Bemiss, Minnehaha, Hillyard, and Whitman

District 2 Workshops, Wednesday, May 17th:
Spokane Central Library, Event Room A
906 W. Main Ave.
4:30 p.m.: East Central, Lincoln Heights, and Rockwood
5:30 p.m.: Grandview Thorpe, Latah-Hangman, and West Hills
6:30 p.m.: Cliff-Cannon, Comstock, Manito-Cannon Hill, and Southgate

District 3 Workshops, Thursday, May 18th:
Shadle Library, Events Room
2111 W. Wellesley Ave.
4:30 p.m.: Balboa-South Indian Trail, Five Mile Prairie, and North Indian Trail
5:30 p.m.: Audubon Downriver, Emerson-Garfield, North Hill, and Northwest
6:30 p.m.: Browne’s Addition, Peaceful Valley, and West Central


  • Council Member Michael Cathcart, District 1
  • Council Member Karen Stratton, District 3
  • Council Member Zack Zappone, District 3
  • Abigail Martin, City Council Manager of Neighborhood Connectivity Initiatives
  • Annie Deasy, Office of Neighborhood Services Traffic Calming Coordinator

For more information on the Traffic Calming workshops please watch our Council Connection or click here to visit the website.

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