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City of Spokane
Construction Update                 
Leaf Pickup - (509) 456-2666
Obstruction/Visibility Issues - (509) 232-8800
Parking Meters and Parking Enforcement - (509) 232-8802
Pothole Hotline - (509) 625-7733
Right of Way Obstructions - (509) 625-6700|
Roadway Hazards - (509) 625-7733
Sidewalks - (509) 625-6700
Snow Removal - (509) 456-2666
Street Maintenance - (509) 625-7733
Street Signs and Markers - (509) 232-8800
Street Sweeping - (509) 625-7733
Traffic Signals and Lighting - (509) 232-8800

Spokane Clean Air Agency
Air Quality Complaint Form
Air Quality Index
Dust Control - (509) 477-4727              

Spokane County
Abandoned Vehicles - (509) 477-3600
Auto/Vehicle Licensing             
Commute Trip Reduction Program - (509) 477-7650
Obstruction/Visibility Issues - (509) 477-3600
Pothole Hotline - (509) 477-2547
Report Traffic Signal Problems 
Right of Way Obstructions - (509) 477-3600
Roadway Hazards - (509) 477-3600
Sidewalks - (509) 477-3600     
Snow Removal - (509) 477-2666

Spokane Valley
Abandoned Vehicles - (509) 477-6929
Construction Update
Obstruction/Visibility Issues - (509) 921-1000
Pothole Hotline - (509) 688-0171
Right of Way Obstructions - (509) 688-0036  
Roadway Hazards - (509) 688-0188
Sidewalks - (509) 688-0198
Street Repair/Maintenance Requests - (509) 921-1000  
Snow Removal (509) 921-1000
Traffic Alert Information - (509) 720-5311

Spokane Regional Transportation Management Center (SRTMC)
Traffic Cameras/Incident Map                

Washington State Department of Transportation
Construction Update & Travel Advisory 
Mountain Pass Condition Information
Statewide Travel Alerts

Nonmotorized or Alternative Transportation Information
Friends of the Centennial Trail
Spokane Transit Authority

Transportation Services within Spokane County
Care Cars:
A program through Aging and Long Term Care of Eastern Washington that offers transportation services for people too frail to use Paratransit service, or have a disability and live outside the paratransit service area. Clients must be 18 years or older, need an escort and have no other means of transportation. (509) 458-7450

Caring Concierge: A for-profit business that provides personal services to the general public, including transportation for ambulatory clients. Call in advance to set up transportation. The company owner is willing to attend appointments with clients to facilitate conversations with medical staff. (509) 979-1774

Caritas Center:- A neighborhood center in northwest Spokane offering limited free transportation for seniors or people who are disabled and require transportation. (509) 326-2249

Catholic Charities Volunteer Chore Services: Volunteer drivers transport ambulatory senior citizens on a low-income and adults with. (509) 459-6184

DAV Transportation Network: The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Transportation Network provides rides for veterans from all over the area to Spokane’s Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) medical facilities. (509) 434-7000

Greyhound: Provides inter-city bus service with several daily departures from Spokane to cities in Washington, Idaho, and Montana. (509) 747-3766

Just For You Senior Services: A for-profit business that provides transportation to all destinations. Call to set up appointments or schedule online. (509) 939-9971

New Hope Resource Center: A non-profit conglomeration of churches in far north Spokane County (Mead, Colbert, Elk, Chattaroy, and Riverside) who offer free transportation for ambulatory seniors and people who are disabled. (509) 467-2900

Northwestern Trailways: Provides inter-city bus service with several daily departures from Spokane to cities in Washington and Idaho.

Travel Washington Gold Line: Bus service from Spokane to Kettle Falls with two round-trips daily along US 395, connecting Kettle Falls, Colville, Arden, Addy, Chewelah, Loon Lake and Deer Park to Spokane and key transit hubs.