Annie Deasy, Community Programs Coordinator, Office of Neighborhood Services, 509.625.6343
Thursday, February 8, 2024 at 3:50 p.m.
This month’s video features the Whitman Neighborhood. It is one of the smallest residential neighborhoods in Spokane nestled between the Hillyard and Nevada-Heights Neighborhoods.
Some things happening in Spokane and its neighborhoods:
A Land Use Town Hall hosted by Council Members Zappone and Klitzke on Thursday, Feb. 22, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at West Central Community Center. Come and learn about topics like development, open spaces, and growth management.
2024 Historical homes and buildings façade grant applications are being accepted through Monday, April 8. For more information and to apply, visit historicspokane.org.
It is still snow season, so remember to park on the odd side of the street through March 15.
The City of Spokane is honored to receive the Governor’s Smart Communities Award for the Smart Housing Strategies category for its Building Opportunity and Choices for All (BOCA) ordinance. Learn more about the award and BOCA.
Right now is a great time to join your neighborhood council because they are planning annual programs such as clean-up events, traffic calming efforts, community engagement events, and more! Visit the Neighborhood Councils page to find which neighborhood you live in and where your neighborhood council meets.
Remember, you don’t have to move to live in a better neighborhood!