Jessica Fisher, Business and Developer Services
Construction means opportunity. Our streets are being fixed and those pesky potholes will no longer be a problem along Lincoln and Monroe.
Lincoln and Monroe construction between Main and 2nd Avenues is in full swing!
This is the final leg of work to upgrade the Lincoln and Monroe corridor. Improvements to the area include:
Waterlines around the Lincoln and Monroe corridor were built in the 1890’s; this project will replace these aging waterlines. The last full rebuild of corridor was over 50 years ago, in the 1960’s.
Don’t fear coming to the downtown! Citizens are encouraged to utilize the businesses along Lincoln and Monroe, as they are severely impacted during construction. Local businesses are extremely important to our city! Please pay extra attention to those businesses located in construction zones, they need and want your business.
Having trouble finding parking? On street parking in the area is limited during construction but there are many parking alternatives and some are even cheaper. Check out this map full of alternative parking options for your next visit downtown!
@spokanepd - Yesterday at 11:29 p.m. - Police standoff reference a Domestic violence at 23rd and Grand Blvd. Grand is completely closed at 23rd and will be for at least another hr
@spokanefire - Yesterday at 7:52 p.m. - Incident: 2017038037 - Structure Fire - Single Engine Location: S Monroe St and W 7th Ave
@spokane_council - June 27 at 12:50 p.m. - Join us for Study Session on Thursday. We're talking Open Data & will get a staff briefing on WSDOT's I-90 Traffic Management project.