The City of Spokane Engineering Services, will conduct a virtual
community meeting to discuss the proposal for a Conditional Use Permit and Variance for a new Water Reservoir. This Conditional Use Permit and Variance will be processed as a Type III application and will require a public hearing before the City Hearing Examiner.
COMMUNITY MEETING INFORMATION: A Virtual Community Meeting will be held onOctober 26, 2022 at 6:00 pm at the following link via Teams:
The applicant or their agent will make a presentation of the proposal. Any person may submit questions and comments at this meeting. For additional information, please contact the applicant at:
Applicant/Agent: Dan Buller
City of Spokane Engineering Services
808 W Spokane Falls Blvd
Spokane, WA 99201
Property Owner: Spokane School District
File Number: None Assigned Yet
Location Description: 2101 E. Thurston Ave. – Parcel no. 35333.0004
Description of Proposal: The applicant is proposing a new 2 million gallon drinking water reservoir to serve the area, with a height up to 130 feet and a diameter of up to 100 feet. This is a Type III application and there will be a Public Hearing in front of the City Hearing Examiner.
The Spokane Police Department is undergoing reorganization to take effect in January. If you’d like to learn more, check out this presentation from a recent Community Assembly meeting.
Please join the Southgate Neighborhood Council meeting Wednesday, October 12 at 7pm at the Talbot Event Center at NEWESD 101 (4202 S Regal St.) This is a hybrid meeting, you can join in-person or via Zoom. Use meeting ID : 849 4369 8811 and Passcode: 227495 to join. Or join by phone: (253) 215-8782.
We will have a special presentation from Nick Hamad, City of Spokane Parks and Recreation, about South Hill Dog Park options – neighbors will have an opportunity to provide feedback.
Minutes from our September meeting and the agenda for our October meeting can be viewed at our Minutes and Agendas page.
We’ll see you October 12 at 7pm at ESD 101 or via Zoom!
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The new speed zone cameras on Regal St and Ray St started sending warnings to drivers speeding in school zones on Regal St and Ray St. Warnings will be issued through the end of October; in November tickets will be issued.
Read more: https://my.spokanecity.org/police/news/2022/10/03/warning-period-for-new-speed-cameras-ends-nov-1st/