This isn’t specifically transportation-related but it has the potential to be. If you live within the City of Spokane and have a transportation concern, you need to learn how to address it, and this could help.
The City of Spokane’s Office of Neighborhood Services & Code Enforcement will host a neighborhood leadership seminar on Saturday, Jan. 23, from 9 to 11 a.m. in the Road to Utopia Room at the Crosby Center at Gonzaga University.
The seminar is designed to provide neighborhood volunteers and other interested citizens with information on how they can get involved with their community. Participants will receive information on the City’s Community Assembly, which includes representatives from all of the City’s 27 identified neighborhoods and enables citizens to be part of the City’s decision-making process.
If you’re interested in attending, please RSVP by emailing Sandy Scott in the Neighborhood Services office.