Your City at Work
The City of Spokane
Office of Neighborhood Services is working hard to adjust the programs that serve our residents. Here is an update:
Neighborhood Clean-Up Program
We are excited to announce a special cleanup program for this unusual year. The City has rallied around the need for clean-up in our neighborhoods. Collectively, City departments have worked together to develop a program that helps our community clean up without exposing neighbors to unnecessary risk.
Dump passes will be distributed in a tiered delivery system.
This system will prioritize assistance to low-income residential areas before moving to residences in moderate-high income brackets.
Find out what
you belong to and get involved
. Questions? Ask
Community Engagement Grant
Community Engagement Grant program deadline is extended; applications are now due by 11 p.m. on Sunday, June 21.
The program will move ahead, as usual, regarding printed materials. Newsletters or postcards may be a tool to keep neighborhoods engaged. You may want to consider using CE funds to pay musicians to hold a Facebook Live streamed concert from a local business or offer a drive-in movie as options. Contact
with any questions
Traffic Calming/School Radar
The Traffic Calming and School Radar/Safety program
deadline is extended; applications are now due by 11 p.m. on Sunday, June 21.
with any questions.
Mobile Speed Feedback
Mobile Speed Feedback request forms are still due Friday, May 22
. If your neighborhood has already submitted a request form but would like to alter or change the requests due to the changing nature of traffic flow and school closures, please contact