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Spokane, WA 99260
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Welcome to Spokane County

This is a beautiful time of year in Spokane County - flowers and trees are blooming, sunlight sparkles on the Spokane River and it's the perfect time to stroll along the Centennial Trail or hike a forest trail protected by Conservation Futures

The camping season begins early this year with the opening of Liberty Lake Campground on Sunday. Early season rates will be available until May 14th. To make reservations, contact Spokane County Parks, Recreation and Golf at 509.477.4730.


County Golf Courses Open for 2016 Season! 

Hangman Valley Golf Course            509.448.1212 

MeadowWood Golf Course               509.255.9539

Liberty Lake Golf Course                  509.255.6233 

For more information about the great activities and events offered by County Parks, Recreation and Golf call 509.477.4730.


ALERT Spokane–The Spokane County Emergency Notification System

A Public Safety Message from the Spokane County Commissioners

How will you be notified if there’s an emergency in your neighborhood? Through ALERT Spokane – a Spokane County emergency notification system! 

ALERT Spokane is used to inform citizens about emergencies in their area.  The ALERT Spokane system can be activated by law enforcement, fire service, water districts, etc. Once activated, a recorded message is sent to landline telephones with information about the emergency and what actions to take. For example, if there’s a wild fire in your area, you might be told to evacuate.

It’s important to note that the recorded message will be sent to landline telephones in the affected area. If you have discontinued your landline telephone service and are relying on a cell phone or VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) phone, you will not receive an emergency message from ALERT Spokane – unless you register your cell phone in the system! Even if you still have a landline telephone, it’s a good idea to register your cell phone with ALERT Spokane.

In the interest of public safety, the Spokane County Board of Commissioners is urging the public to register their cell phones and VoIP phones (Comcast, Vonage, XO Communications, etc.) with ALERT Spokane. It’s easy to do. Just go to www.alertspokane.org and enter the information. You can also register more than one cell or VoIP phone number.

Be informed – stay safe – register with ALERT Spokane TODAY at www.alertspokane.org!

Citizens Emergency Communications Systems and Facilities Advisory Committee - 2015 Annual Report


Discover Spokane County

To commemorate the 125th anniversary of Washington's Statehood, we invite you to explore the fourth largest county in the state. Spokane County. These Discovery tours are designed as day trips that highlight some of the history, scenic beauty and natural wonders of our area. From rock-climbing to antique shopping, it's waiting for you so come and discover Spokane County!

 

 

 

 

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