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Santa Float is coming to Spokane Valley neighborhoods

From local reports

The Santa Float has begun bringing holiday cheer and treats to Spokane Valley neighborhoods.

The annual float – organized by off-duty firefighters of Spokane Valley Firefighters Local 876 – will be coming to town nearly every day through Dec. 24.

The float will begin its visits between 5:30 and 6 p.m. and can be followed in real time via a link at www.spokanevalleyfire.com. The schedule can be found on Facebook page @SpokaneValleyFireDepartment.

Santa’s schedule is subject to change, according to the website:

Today: East Valley from Evergreen to Flora roads and Wellesley Avenue to Forker Road.

Friday: Millwood and West Valley – from Park to University roads and Mission to Euclid/Empire avenues.

Saturday: South Valley from Evergreen to Chapman roads and 16th to 32nd avenues.

Sunday: South Valley – Evergreen to University and 16th to 32nd.

Monday: Dishman Hills and Shelley Lake.

Tuesday: Belle Terre (east to Evergreen) and University High area.

Wednesday: Central Liberty Lake.

Dec. 21: Belle Terre (Evergreen to Sullivan Road) and Greenacres; Sprague to Mission avenues and Flora to Barker Road.

Dec. 22: Central and South Valley – Evergreen to Sullivan and Sprague to 32nd.

Dec. 24: Riverwalk and North Valley – Barker to Campbell roads; Mission to Wellesley.

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