City of Spokane

Spokane Municipal Code

***Note: Many local criminal codes can now be located under Chapter 10.60 SMC while others are now cited under the Revised Code of Washington (RCW), which was incorporated into the municipal code in 2022. (See SMC 10.58.010). Code Enforcement, including Noise Control and Animal Regulations are located in Chapters 10.62 through 10.74.

Title 17C
Chapter 17C.122
Section 17C.122.030

Title 17C Land Use Standards

Chapter 17C.122 Center and Corridor Zones

Section 17C.122.030 Pedestrian Street Designations
  1. The pedestrian street zoning designation promotes a pleasant and safe environment for pedestrians by applying additional standards and use limitations to parcels with center and corridor zoning (CC1, CC2, CC3, and CC4). Design features to promote a pedestrian friendly environment include minimal interruptions of the sidewalk by driveways, publicly usable site furnishing such as benches, tables, and bike racks, and visually interesting buildings close to the sidewalk.
  1. The pedestrian street zoning designation can be applied to any street where adjacent parcels have center and corridor zoning classifications (CC1, CC2, CC3, and CC4).

Designated pedestrian streets are:

    1. North Market St between E Nebraska Ave and E Wabash Ave
    1. W Garland Ave between N Madison St and N Howard St
    1. E Buckeye Ave between N Hamilton St and N Denver St
    1. N Columbus St between E North Foothills Dr and E Marietta Ave
    1. N Monroe St between W Montgomery Ave and W Boone Ave
    1. W Broadway Ave between E Elm St and N Maple St
    1. E Sprague Ave between Madelia St and Napa St
    1. E Newark Ave/S Perry St between E 7th Ave and 67.5’ north of the E 12th Ave ROW
    1. S Grand Blvd between E Sumner Ave and E 14th Ave
    1. E 29th Ave between S Martin St and S Fiske St

The design standards and guidelines in SMC 17C.122.060 Attachment “A” and allowed uses in Table 17C.122-1 are applied to promote the pedestrian friendly environment along these streets.

Date Passed: Monday, January 29, 2024

Effective Date: Monday, January 29, 2024

ORD C36487 Section 2