Welcome to Spokane County
Spring in the Inland Northwest is a time of flowering fruit trees and sparkling lakes.
Take some time to enjoy a round of golf at one of our excellent courses, stroll along the Centennial Trail, or take a drive to Green Bluff and soak in the beauty of orchards in full bloom. OR...if you're looking for something that will get your heart pounding - check out drag racing this weekend at Spokane County Raceway!
As you can tell, there's plenty to see and do in Spokane County!
In observance of the annual Memorial Day holiday, Spokane County offices will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2013. The County Courthouse, Public Safety Building, Public Works Building, and Veterans Services will also be closed.
County Golf Courses in Excellent Condition!
All three Spokane County golf courses are in excellent condition! And...Spokane County’s Parks, Recreation and Golf Department has a new tee time booking system for the golf courses. Call one county golf course and you’ll be able to reserve tee times for ANY other county courses. For example, call Liberty Lake and you can also reserve tee times for MeadowWood and Hangman Valley!
Hangman Valley Golf Course – (509) 448-1212
Liberty Lake Golf Course – (509) 255-6233
MeadowWood Golf Course – (509) 255-9539
Spokane County Local Hazard Mitigation Plan Update Underway
Spokane Emergency Management is currently updating the Spokane County Local Hazard Mitigation Plan. For more information and/or to comment on the plan, click on the "Hazard Mitigation Plan" icon on the left side of this page.
The update process is overseen by a Steering Committee made up of stakeholders from within the planning area. This Steering Committee will meet (as needed) on the 4th Wednesday of the month from 1-3:00 p.m. at the City of Spokane Fire Training Center – 1618 N. Rebecca St., and are open to the public. Comments or questions regarding this process are encouraged and can be directed to Gerry Bozarth, Project Manager at: email@example.com.
2012-2013 State of the County Report and Video
County Commissioner and 2013 Board Chair Shelly O'Quinn presented the annual last Friday. The event was organized by Greater Spokane Incorporated and drew a crowd of approximately 300 business people, elected officials and civic leaders. Commissioner O'Quinn's presentation was recorded and to view or download the video, simply click on "State of the County Video".
The 2012-2013 Annual Report is also available by using the highlighted links. It contains both a review of last year's accomplishments and a glimpse into some of the county's projects and initiatives for 2013. The 2012-2013 Annual Report includes Spokane County's efforts to stimulate Economic Development, promote a Regional Criminal Justice System, support major capital projects that are protecting the Spokane River, and upcoming events like SCRAPS' auction and chocolate gala "Reigning Cats and Dogs" on April 26th!