Blog Posts for November 2013

Nov. 26

Talking collaborative police reform, a new fire agreement and more...

11 a.m. - Watch 28:13 - The City is working to improve critical citizen services, including police, fire and multicultural considerations.

Frequently Asked Questions Ben Burr Trail

8 a.m. - The City is seeking input on improvements that will leave the Ben Burr Trail better for all types of pedestrians/bikers.

Nov. 25

Human Rights Award nominations sought

4:30 p.m. - Nominations are being sought for the first Spokane Human Rights Award recognizing an individual, youth and organization.

Nov. 18

Tracking performance to improve service

2 p.m. - Watch 15:39 - Mayor David Condon is increasingly using data to make decisions that shape the future of the City

Nov. 15

Many perspectives on High Drive

5 p.m. - High Drive is a popular scenic area an integrated capital improvement project scheduled for this spring

Put fall yard cleanup on your to-do list

2:14 p.m. - City's optional curbside yard and food waste service to suspend for winter at the end of the month.

Nov. 14

Updating the City's transportation plan

9:05 a.m. - The City is entering the first phase of updating the Transportation Chapter of the Comprehensive Plan

Nov. 13

Ready. Set. Snow?

11 a.m. - Watch 14:18 - The City's winter focus is driving safety, emergency response and keeping people and commerce moving

Nov. 12

Thank you. Each and every day

11:30 a.m. - Watch 12:04 - Honoring veterans in our community who have served our country.

Nov. 1

Tentative police contract strengthens oversight

10 a.m. - Watch 22:05 - A tentative agreement with the police guild that includes strengthened independent citizen oversight of the police department.