Winter Roads Maintenance
The Road Department has 36 snow plows/sanding trucks, 34 graders, and 4 deicing trucks. Spokane County crews work in 12-hour shifts around the clock to ensure the entire road system (5,100+ lane miles) is plowed.
- Spokane Public Library: Space is open for warming only during normal business hours
- Family Promise: Family Warming Shelter is open to those who need warming for nights below 32 degrees there is a limit of 19 people (including kids)
- Spokane Valley Partners: Clothing Distribution/outreach for those needing assistance
- Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners (SNAP): Weatherization program to improve heating and insulation in ones home. Energy assistance program to assist in heating bill costs
- Volunteers of America (VOA): All Shelters are open as warming centers. Provides cold weather gear to those in need when available
For more information on these resources, please reach out to HCDinfo@spokanecounty.org
Priority 1 - Major Arterials
Priority 2 - Secondary Arterials
Priority 3 - Residentials
Priority 4 - Not Plowed
Spokane County has a policy regarding plowing/blowing/shoveling snow from private property onto the county road right-of-way. In accordance with the Spokane County Code Chapter 8.24, it is a misdemeanor to place material on a county road right-of-way. This creates problems for motorists who must drive over it and makes the county's snow removal efforts more difficult. The snow from your property must be left on your property.
Federal, State and Local officials celebrated the completion of the Euclid Road Bridge Replacement Project. Read on...
A reminder from the Spokane County Regional Solid Waste System that the Transfer Stations (see map) are now on winter hours until March 2024. They are open from 7:30 a.m. to 4;00 p.m. Monday-Friday, and 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Read on...