Erica Pecha, Planning Assistant, 509.625.6500
Tuesday, July 26, 2022 at 2:36 p.m.
The City of Spokane is working with the community to create a vision for the South Logan area and is looking for feedback and ideas. In supporting the newly built City Line, Spokane's first bus rapid transit route, the South Logan Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Project will create a subarea plan to facilitate higher density development that leverages investments in transit with supportive uses. The project study area includes three transit stations in the South Logan area of the Logan Neighborhood, which is around Gonzaga University and adjacent to the Hamilton Street Corridor. The City Line, opening Summer 2023, provides the opportunity to reimagine what the area will look like in the future with more transit-oriented development. Goals of transit-oriented development include supporting mixed use development, providing safe access for walking and biking, improving connections to transit, creating community destinations, and enhancing affordability and housing options.
With community input, the South Logan TOD Project will develop a framework and strategies for the area, review zoning around transit, and study environmental impacts of planned development to help streamline the permitting process. This project builds on the work recently completed in the TOD Framework Study which identified the South Logan area as having the potential to become a more connected and vibrant place to live, work, play, and learn.
We want to hear from you! Let us know how we can shape the area to serve your needs and vision for the future by taking the South Logan TOD survey.