Tag: Spokane County

Yellow construction bulldozer with a large bucket on sandy ground under a clear blue sky.

Bulldozing Historic Deer Park Home Planned By City

Built in 1911, a dilapidated home on Crawford Street may soon be demolished. The building was purchased by the city at a recent auction. City crews have already started to remove debris from around the home. The building will be checked for hazardous materials before being torn down.

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Powerful Savings for Avista Customers

Avista’s My Energy Discount program offers personalized bill discounts to eligible Washington customers based on their yearly household income and size. The program aims to lower energy bills, providing more financial flexibility to participants.

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City Council Supports Measure 1

During the most recent Deer Park City Council meeting, the council passed a resolution in support of Spokane County Measure 1, which proposes a new 0.2% sales tax on purchases. A portion of the funds would be distributed to Deer Park for law enforcement costs.

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Are Fireworks Allowed In Your Neighborhood?

Navigating the world of fireworks, especially around celebrations like the Fourth of July, can often be a bit of a minefield. Different towns and counties have different rules, and knowing what’s legal and what’s not in your area is crucial.

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Help Swing Hammers and Raise Walls at Blitz Build

Habitat for Humanity is asking the community to join together to build hope, one nail at a time. The 22nd anniversary Blitz Build started this week, and it will continue until the 16th of this month with a double home dedication event. There is still time to volunteer; spots are still available.

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Deer Park Ambulance in Settlers Day parade.

Cutting Deer Park Ambulance Services

Ambulance services are in growing demand as more people move into the area. A surprise to many, Fire District 4 has ended the contract with Deer Park Volunteer Ambulance (DPA) for North Spokane County.

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General Election Day 2022

Deadline for Washington State voter registration or updates (in person only). Deposit your ballot in an official drop box by 8 pm on Election Day.

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Phases Paused For Vaccinations

The fourth wave of the pandemic has been under evaluation for weeks by experts, and their reports have led Governor Inslee to announce a two-week pause of the Roadmap to Recovery plan. During the pause, all Washington state counties will stay at their current phase. Then, after the two-weeks, each county will be re-evaluated.

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