Welcome to Spokane Valley
"A community of opportunity where individuals and families can grow and play, and businesses will flourish and prosper." Read more about our city.
Lodging in the Valley
Select from a variety of friendly, comfortable and conveniently located accommodations in Spokane Valley.
Summer Farmers Market
The Spokane Valley Farmers Market will operate on Fridays, 4-8 p.m., June 3 through Sept. 16 in 2022.
The market is located at CenterPlace Regional Event Center and features are vendors, live music and food trucks with a monthly Food Truck Friday Night featuring approximately 10 trucks on the new West Lawn Plaza and music in the adjacent stage. Come join your neighbors in these summer Fridays at the market!
Spokane Valley offers several parks, trails and open spaces for area residents and visitors. We invite you to get to know our valley on foot or bicycle, or enjoy an afternoon picnic!
Local art and history
Spokane Valley Heritage Museum
Historic Flight Foundation and Museum
Spokane Valley Arts Council arts exhibit in the foyer of CenterPlace Regional Event Center
Public Art in the Community
- "Working the Line" (known locally as "the Mountain Man") sculpture by artist Jerry McKellar depicts a trapper like those who helped settle the region. Located just south of CenterPlace at the intersection of Mirabeau Parkway and Mansfield Avenue.
- "Harvest Time on the Big Missouri" sculpture by artist Nancy Powell McLaughlin is also known as "The Berry Picker" and depicts a young Native American Woman pausing to admire her reflection in the river. Located at City Hall on Sprague Avenue.
- "Dance of Sun & Moon" sculpture by artist Jerry McKellar is based on a Native American legend about Sun and Moon, who share the same lodge but only see each other twice a day as they pass in their journeys across the sky. Located at City Hall on Sprague Avenue.
Things to do
Events and festivals