The Spokane Region represents four major cities: the City of Spokane, the City of Spokane Valley, the City of Liberty Lake, and the Cities of the West Plains. Learn more about our fare cities below.
City of Spokane
Did you know Spokane, the undisputed heart of the Inland Northwest, hosted the first environmentally themed World's Fair in 1974? Of course, now we know it was only a sign of the great things to come. As a thriving mountain side metropolis, Spokane boasts a population of nearly 500,000, a hearty economy and an entertainment and nightlife scene that is second to none.
City of Spokane Valley
Spokane Valley is the 10th largest city in Washington State and the home of about 90,000 people. Our community was once known as "Spokane Valley, the Valley Bountiful," because of the beauty of the surrounding area, fertile farmlands, business opportunities, outdoor sports and activities and local recreational areas. Today, Spokane Valley is a growing and thriving community that continues to provide bountiful opportunities for families and businesses that choose to live, work, or play here.
City of Liberty Lake
A hot spot in the Inland Northwest at the turn of the century, Liberty Lake once drew more than 14,000 people to its shores for the Fourth of July. Now Liberty Lake is one of the up and coming cities in the Spokane region. A dynamic and active city of more than 8,000 residents, less than 15 minutes outside of Spokane, Liberty Lake is quick to be recognized as a family and business friendly community.
Cities of the West Plains
The West Plains is made up of three small towns each offering unique events, history and plenty of things to do. Eastern Washington University helps Cheney grasp that home town pride with their national champion East Eagles football program and their famous red turf field. Airway Heights is a growing hub for business and entertainment with Spokane international Airport, Fairchild Air Force Base and Northern Quest Resort and Casino. Medical Lake, Known for its scenic beauty, has abundant wildlife, lakes, parks and outdoor recreation. Modest in size, the West Plains is a great place to visit, wonderful place to live and provides quick access to a major metropolitan area.