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City of Spokane Valley

Key Data Points:
  • 563 acres of undeveloped industrial land and open space
  • Available office and business park space
  • Streamlined permitting process
  • Vibrant retail sector, including a 870,000 square foot mall with 120 retailers
  • Available skilled workforce - median age 37
  • Median home sales price $320,000
  • 9,600 registered businesses
  • 15 minutes to Spokane International Airport


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About City of Spokane Valley

Spokane Valley sits in the heart of the Spokane River Valley. A city of more than 100,000, its residents enjoy scenic parks and trails, quality neighborhoods, great schools, affordable housing, a robust retail center and overall vibrant economy.

Key Industries, Stress-free Permitting

Spokane Valley is home to a mix of business and industry, including:

The city has invested in new infrastructure to support development of its northeast industrial area, which offers more than 500 acres of shovel-ready property. In addition, its small business scene is thriving thanks to numerous entrepreneurs and retail expansions. The city prides itself on a streamlined permitting process that is flexible and predictable, adopting a 10-business day target review date for all commercial projects.

Transportation Access, Skilled Labor

Transporting and distributing product is easy in Spokane Valley. Market access is not a problem with Interstate 90 and two class I railroads passing through the city. The average commute time for workers is a short 20 minutes, but realistically you can be nearly anywhere, including downtown Spokane or north Idaho, within 15 minutes. Combined with a healthy job market and nearby University District for post-graduate training, many talented employees are choosing to live in Spokane Valley.

Living, Working in Spokane Valley

Let's just say it – it's fun to live in the Valley. Two event centers – CenterPlace Regional Event Center and the Fair & Expo Center – host continuous family-friendly entertainment. The Spokane Indians minor league baseball team plays at Avista Stadium. Residents can walk or bicycle the scenic Appleway or Centennial Trails; hike Dishman Hills or Mirabeau Park; or kayak and fish the Spokane River. In addition, new restaurants, breweries, vintage stores and specialty shops are expanding into city neighborhoods, creating opportunities for fun with family and friends, all with free parking. This activity creates one big positive – a thriving job market. Learn more about finding employment in the valley.

WHERE TRADITION MEETS AMBITION Spokane Valley is a city of tradition, hard work and ingenuity, a place that's easy to call home.

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Learn more about City of Spokane Valley
Amazon constructing new fulfillment center in Spokane Valley
April 27, 2021
Amazon is constructing a 1.3 million-square-foot fulfillment center just west of Barker Road in Spokane Valley's northeast industrial area. The facility is expected to be completed in late 2021 and employ approximately 1,000 workers.
Crown West plans new multibuilding industrial park in northeast Spokane Valley
April 2, 2021
Spokane Valley-based Crown West Realty LLC plans to develop a 600,000-square-foot, multibuilding industrial park on nearly 40 acres of vacant industrial land that it has purchased in Spokane Valley.
Burlington opens new retail store in Spokane Valley
November 27, 2020
Burlington has opened a new retail store in a 30,400-square-foot space in Spokane Valley. The store opened on November 2020 in a site that formerly housed Toys-R-Us.


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