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  • Spokane Valley Council considers ordinance to allow more signage

    Just one year after relaxing the sign code in Spokane Valley, the City Council is looking at making further tweaks to address problems that have arisen for some businesses. The …


  • Spokane Valley council considers sign rules, parking

    The city’s sign code and whether to add on-street parking to the one-way portion of Sprague Avenue were part of the discussion during Tuesday’s Spokane Valley City Council meeting. The …


  • Spokane Valley Council expands new development panel

    The Spokane Valley City Council agreed to expand its ad hoc economic development committee again Tuesday when they couldn’t choose between two proposed committee members. Mayor Tom Towey proposed naming …


  • Valley Council backs proposal to allow more signs

    The Spokane Valley Planning Commission recommended relaxing the city’s sign code, and on Tuesday the City Council unanimously agreed to relax the rules even further based on the recommendation of …


  • Spokane Valleys considers funding options for streets

    The Spokane Valley City Council took a small step forward Tuesday in determining how to pay for an estimated $11 million annual shortfall in street preservation and reconstruction costs over …


  • Spokane Valley City Council weighs easing signage rules

    It became apparent Monday that most members of the Spokane Valley City Council are interested in loosening the city’s sign code. Staff prepared a comparison between the city’s sign code …


  • Signs of times in Valley

    Sign regulations and landscaping rules were up for discussion at this week’s Spokane Valley City Council meeting as council members work toward making changes to the rules. The city inherited …


  • New city sign code approved

    Spokane leaders this week finalized sweeping new rules governing signs. The city’s sign code, approved 6-1 by the Spokane City Council on Monday, creates rules in places where none exist, …


  • Sign ordinance plan draws criticism

    Spokane business leaders were sharply critical Monday of a proposed 45-page sign ordinance that would restrict the size and height of signs and create numerous other regulations. About 40 people …


  • New rules would alter sign skyline in Spokane

    Everything from the height of golden arches along the freeway to the size of a cardboard placard advertising a garage sale would be subject to new regulations under an expansive …