Request a Free Dump Pass

Dump passes can now be requested by City of Spokane residents! Please read the message below to find out more information regarding dump pass requests.

Important Information:

Dump pass requests are fulfilled on a first-come, first-served basis. There are a limited number of dump passes available; submitting an online form does not guarantee a dump pass will be delivered.

If you are included in a mailing, a confirmation email will be sent to you prior to the mailing from City staff.

The Neighborhood Clean-Up Program will accept dump pass requests via the online form until October 19.
Dump passes are mailed to residents.
The dump passes are issued every other week from now thru October 19, and are only valid during the times posted on the pass. Requests for re-delivering lost/misplaced dump passes are unable to be fulfilled.

You can review the Dump Pass Program Details here: https://tinyurl.com/COScleanup

To complete the Dump Pass Request form, go here: https://tinyurl.com/COSdumppass

August 2020 Meeting Materials

Check our Minutes and Agendas page for the minutes from our July meeting and the agenda for our August meeting. We will have presentations about toxins in the Spokane River, a potential reservoir in Hamblen Park and we will vote on neighborhood clean-up options.

As requested, here is a very rough draft of the Freya St and Palouse Hwy roundabout: Freya-Palouse from plan-agenda-2020-05-13

We’ll see you on August 5th at 7pm via Zoom!

KXLY Development will be discussed at Design Review Board Meeting Wednesday, April 22

The Design Review Board will hear an update to the KXLY project for their high-density residential phase. The meeting will be held via Webex on Wednesday, April 22 starting at 5:30pm. If you would like to attend, page 2 of the meeting packet has details for joining the meeting via computer or phone.

The Design Review Board website has a link to the meeting packet: https://my.spokanecity.org/bcc/boards/design-review-board/

February 2020 Meeting Materials

Check our Minutes and Agendas page for the agenda for our February meeting. We will be having a presentation on a proposed zoning change for some land on 53rd Avenue from single-family to high density residential.  Another presenter will be discussing stormwater permit updates. And finally we’ll be seeking input on traffic calming ideas for the neighborhood and discussing project selection for the annual Neighborhood Community Development Program (formerly CDBG). We will upload the minutes for the December meeting ASAP.

We’ll see you on February 5th at 7pm at ESD 101!