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Spokane County

Spokane County government is dedicated to excellence, by upholding the public trust with responsive, cost effective, customer-driven services, that enhance and protect the quality of life for all

City of Spokane Golf Courses

Spokane's golf season is April 15 to Labor Day. All courses will be open for play unless snow covered or due to inclement weather. Courses include: Downriver Golf Course, Esmeralda, Indian Canyon, and

City of Liberty Lake

In Liberty Lake, our goal is to partner with residents and businesses with a focus on quality of life, the environment, and the economic vitality of our city. We strive to: Maintain an environment

City of Spokane Valley

Centrally located for enjoying all the Spokane Region has to offer, Spokane Valley is a “Community of opportunity, where individuals and families can grow and play, and businesses will flourish and

Spokane Parks & Recreation

Beautiful parks in every part of town! Many of which offer classes, camps or rental facilities. Visit our website for a complete list and more information.

Spokane County Parks, Recreation & Golf

Spokane County Parks provides over 12,000 acres of parks, trails, natural areas, golf courses, aquatic facilities, camping and more – all within an easy drive from Downtown Spokane! Every

City of Spokane Valley, City Council

Our Values: Community Identity and Pride – Focus on the Future – Open, Collaborative Government. We believe that Spokane Valley should be a visionary city encouraging its citizens and

City of Liberty Lake

The City of Liberty Lake has a strong mayor-council form of government. The Mayor works part-time, managing the day-to-day operations of the City and providing leadership and policy direction to the

Innovate Washington

Innovate Washington is an economic development agency of the State of Washington that focuses on accelerating the development and growth of technology and biomedical companies in the Inland Northwest,

City of Spokane, City Council

The City Council meets every Monday evening at 6:00 p.m. The meetings are held in the Council Chambers located in the lower level of City Hall, at Spokane Falls Boulevard and Post Street. Prior to the

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