Nathan Gwinn

Share Your Vision for Downtown’s Future

Nathan Gwinn, Assistant Planner, Planning & Development Services, 509.625.6893

Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at 4:23 p.m.

Share Your Vision for Downtown’s Future

A public workshop on the future of Downtown Spokane is scheduled for Tuesday, October 22 at the newly opened Riverfront Pavilion.

Learn about updated plans, boundaries and weigh in on design, lighting, pedestrian needs and more.

Downtown Spokane Plan Public Workshop
Tuesday, October 22
6:00-8:00 p.m.
Riverfront Pavilion

Exercises | 6pm to 6:45pm

  • Vision Wall
  • Mapping Exercise
  • Best Practices Boards and Community Examples
  • Challenges and Opportunities Board
  • Informational Boards

Project Presentation, Live Polling, Moderated Q&A | 6:45pm to 7:30pm

  • Presentation: Project overview, timeline, opportunities to stay informed
  • Live Polling. Share vision, challenges, and opportunities in the plan update
  • Moderated Q&A: Ask questions about the project and vote for other questions to be addressed

Open House + Wrap Up | 7:30pm to 8pm

The last half hour of the event will include additional time for the community to provide input on workshop materials and ask additional questions one-on-one or in small groups with Framework, Downtown Spokane Partnership, and the City.

Those unable to attend the workshop may provide feedback through an online survey. To share additional input, visit the Spokane Downtown Plan project webpage.

Downtown is the city and region’s center, home to the largest employment area and assets such as Riverfront Park, the financial district, major retail, historic urban core, and portions of the growing university and medical districts. With the area boasting millions in recent investments and new prospects for residents, shopping, and entertainment, the City of Spokane is working with Downtown Spokane Partnership and its consultant, Framework, in a public engagement process that will update the City’s existing Downtown plan. The effort will join the community’s vision to guide development, design, and regulatory recommendations for the future with major new efforts like the Central City Line.

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