Traffic

  1. Areas of Responsibility

    The Spokane County Traffic Department is responsible for traffic engineering and traffic operations for Spokane County. The Department maintains traffic control devices for all Spokane County roads.

  2. School Zone Flashing Beacons

    The flashing yellow beacon lighting is one of the most effective ways to reduce the speed of vehicles in school zones. On average, drivers travel five to seven miles per hour slower when the flashing yellow school zone lights are present.

  3. Signs, Signals, & Striping

    The sign crew manufactures all of the road signs that are posted along county roads. If there is a sign missing, damaged, vandalized, or incorrect, we can put in a work order to have a new one made and replaced.

  4. Sign Reporting

    Information that is useful when reporting a sign problem; the type of sign (stop sign, speed sign, etc.) nearest intersecting road names, direction of travel, what type of problem (sign is down in ditch, sign is missing, post is bent, etc.) and contact information (optional).

  5. Signal Reporting

    Information that is useful when reporting a signal problem; intersecting road names, direction of travel, what type of problem (what kind of damage to signal, yellow light out, etc.) and contact information (optional).

  6. Traffic Control Plan

    To submit a Traffic Control Plan (TCP) for review to Spokane County, please fill out the following form along with a TCP drawing and fax it to "Spokane County Traffic" at 477-7478 (fax number).

  7. Average Daily Traffic Counts

    Average Daily Traffic Counts on Spokane County roads is now available with our new online interactive web map.

  8. Traffic Safety Information

    Gather information on traffic safety programs.

  9. Traffic Section FAQ

    Quickly learn information and gather helpful resources from commonly asked questions.

  10. Draft ADA Transition Plan

  11. No Truck Routes Map