The National Day of Prayer is May 2nd, and Deer Park’s faith community is planning a public prayer meeting for City Hall at noon.
Security camera owners can now signup to help the Spokane County Sheriff’s Department solve crimes more quickly by joining the Video Identification Program (VIP).
Ever wanted to stroll through a farmer’s market in Deer Park, check out local food trucks, or display your own high-quality goods for your neighbors to purchase? The Chamber of Commerce has big plans to encourage small businesses in their own backyard. The First Saturday Markets will be held from 10am – 2pm on the […]
Won’t You Be My Neighbor? A series exploring what it means to create community in Deer Park, or wherever you are. Our kids usually go to bed at 7pm and it was already 8:30pm. We’ve trained them to be flexible, but we were almost as tired as they were. Why were we all still up? […]
You’re new to the area and you’re ready to get connected. Where do you start? Discover Deer Park has a new website that aims to start the conversation online, and then help you find opportunities to turn strangers into neighbors. You’re invited to visit DeerParkWA.com to find out more about Deer Park. If you’re new […]
In the early 1990’s, Bill Marshall moved his family to some acreage outside of Clayton. There they purchased several horses, and began riding them frequently with local family friends. However, they soon found that the thick underbrush and dense woods caused them to return home with significant scratches and bruising to their legs. Bill checked […]
Sarah Curtis didn’t invent skis or skiing, but her Ski Free invention could change the skiing experience, and Deer Park, forever. At the end of her freshman year in highschool, Sarah entered the “Shark Tank”. All freshmen at Deer Park High School are required to take an Introduction To Marketing class, and by the end […]
Won’t You Be My Neighbor? A series exploring what it means to create community in Deer Park, or wherever you are. You’ve initiated an invitation, it’s been accepted, and now your neighbors are about to arrive. That’s when you realize you have no idea what to do once they ring your doorbell. Panic sets in, […]
You may not have heard of her yet, but you will soon: Danielle Holstine is the Deer Park Chamber of Commerce’s new Executive Director. Danielle thinks before she speaks so she can make every word count. Her position as Executive Director is new for the Chamber, and the process of understanding exactly what she and […]
Congresswoman Cathy McMorris-Rodgers spoke today to Deer Park’s Chamber of Commerce about the “genius of America”, and fielded questions dealing with dams, data privacy, and veterans’ healthcare. Doug Knight, the Chamber’s President, began the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and a thank-you to the veterans in attendance. During McMorris-Rodger’s speech, she shared that her […]