Tuesday, December 29, 2015

OK, so the Snow Plows hit the neighborhood today on the North/South streets.
Sadly, 19 cars were towed by the City of Spokane.
I think that they are serious this year.
You East/West folks have been warned, as they will be working your streets tomorrow.
Get those cars off the street before 9AM.
Don't give the City of Spokane your money, or your car!

Saturday, December 26, 2015

Snow Removal

SPOKANE, Wash. -
The city says Browne's Addition is scheduled to be plowed on Tuesday and Wednesday, December 29 and 30, ending the plowing of all residential streets. On Tuesday at 9 a.m., north and south streets will be plowed. On Wednesday at 9 a.m., east and west streets will be plowed.
Signs will be placed at the entrances of Browne’s Addition announcing the plowing schedule. No parking is in place for Browne’s Addition during the plow schedule to allow room for the plows. Cars not moved off the street will be towed.
More snow information can be found here: http://my.spokanecity.org/streets/maintenance/snow-removal

Timothy J (Tim) Finneran
Browne's Addition Neighborhood Council
Communications Officer

Sunday, December 20, 2015

I have been asked to pass this on to the the neighborhood. The Cliff Cannon Neighborhood is asking for your help. - Tim

Friday, December 18, 2015

Neighborhood Crime
Sunday - Saturday - 12/6/2015 to 12/12/2015
BURGLARY - RESIDNTL - 1900 W 2ND AV - 12/10/2015 
BURGLARY - RESIDNTL - 2100 W 5TH AV - 12/11/2015
VEH - PROWL - 1900 W 2ND AV - 12/8/2015
If you see it happening, or if it happens to you, REPORT IT!
Crime Check - 456 2233

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Leaf Pickup scheduled for Browne's Addition

Leaf Pickup scheduled for Browne's Addition

Cars need to be off the street Dec. 15-16
Contact: Julie Happy, 509.625.7773, jhappy@spokanecity.org

Thursday, December 10, 2015 at 12:43 p.m.

The City of Spokane continues its regularly scheduled leaf pickup in the Browne’s Addition neighborhood.
Leaf pickup occurs in Browne’s Addition for two days beginning 9 a.m., Tuesday, Dec. 15 through Wednesday, Dec. 16.  Cars must be moved off of the street.  Cars not moved will be towed as needed.
Tuesday’s leaf pick up route will be the north/south streets between the area south of Riverside Avenue and north of 2nd Avenue/Sunset Boulevard, which includes the area west of Maple Street to east of Coeur D’Alene Street.
Wednesday’s leaf pickup schedule will be the east/west streets between the area south of Riverside Avenue to north of 2nd Avenue/Sunset Boulevard, which includes the area west of Maple Street and east of Coeur d’Alene Street.
In the event of snow, leaf pick up will stop and then continue when weather allows.
Being aware of the leaf pickup schedule is key to a successful pickup experience. Knowing when crews are in your area and removing vehicles from the streets ensures your neighborhood is cleared of as many leaves as possible.

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Neighborhood Notification Ordinance

With the passage of the Neighborhood Notification Ordinance,  neighborhoods have had questions about the notifications they have received including how to respond.  The Office of Neighborhood Services has organized a training with the Building & Developer Services Department to help neighborhood councils navigate the notifications regarding development within their neighborhood.  This training will teach your neighborhood what notices you will be receiving, the process and how you can be engaged in the application review and decision making process.

It is strongly encouraged that all neighborhood councils attend this training!  Please pass this along to your neighborhood council membership. Attached is a flyer to share.

Date: Monday, December 28th, 2015
Time: 5:45pm
Location: West Central Community Center

Please RSVP to jcaro@spokanecity.org or 625-6733.

Jackie Caro | City of Spokane | Community Programs Coordinator

Saturday, December 5, 2015

The Greater Spokane Department of Emergency Management is encouraging the private sector (residents and businesses) to assess and report the damage caused by the recent windstorm.  Note the link below.


Please report all damage, even if you have insurance to cover any loss. - Tim

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Neighborhood Crime
SUNDAY- SATURDAY -11/22/2015 to 11/28/2015
VEH-PROWL - 2100 W 4TH AV - 11/24/2015
VEH-THEFT - 2100 W 4TH AV - 11/23/2015
Remember, if you see it REPORT IT!
Crime Check - 456-2233 - Tim
The Browne's Addition Neighborhood Council is happy to tell you that our Holiday Party will be held this Wednesday, December 2, 2015. This year, Louie Flores III and Gillian Cranehahn have been kind enough to co-host the event at their 1899 House Bed and Breakfast, located at 1728 W 1st Avenue here in Browne's Addition. Please join us from 5:00 to 8:30 pm. All are encouraged to bring a food dish, and the beverage of your choice. -Tim

Sunday, November 1, 2015

General Meeting

Take a break from raking those leaves and join us at the November General Meeting of your Neighborhood Council.
We are going to be discussing how the Central City Line may impact our planned Bus Shelter, Bob Scarfo will be outlining the approved Master Plan for Coeur d'Alene Park, and we will be voting on the Community Block Grant allocation.
We meet at the Museum of Arts and Culture on Wednesday evening, November 4, at 6:30 pm.
A reminder that the Executive Committee Elections are coming up in January. It's not to early for you to decide if you would like to throw your hat in the ring for a position.
I'll see you at the door! -Tim

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Neighborhood Crime
Sunday - Saturday 10/18/2015 TO 10/24/2015
VEH-PROWL - 1900 W PACIFIC AV - 10/19/2015
VEH-THEFT - W 1ST AV/S MAPLE ST - 10/18/2015
If you see it, Report it!
Crime Check - 456-2233

Monday, October 12, 2015

Neighborhood Crime
Sunday - Saturday - 10/4/2015 to 10/10/2015
ASSAULT-SUB BDLY HARM - 1600 W 2ND AV - 10/8/2015
VEH-THEFT PLATES/TABS - 2000 W 4TH AV - 10/10/2015
If you see it.... REPORT IT!
Crime Check - 509-4546-2233

Saturday, October 10, 2015

The Spokane Marathon will be running through parts of our neighborhood tomorrow morning, starting at 7 am. Please be advised that if you live on the route, or plan to leave the neighborhood in the morning, you may encounter some closed streets. Check the map below, and plan ahead. 

Friday, October 9, 2015

Hey! The Friends of Coeur d'Alene Park have a new website.
Check it out at www.friendsofCDApark.org. - Tim

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Neighborhood Crime
Sunday - Saturday - 9/27/2015 to 10/3/2015

BURGLARY-RESIDNTL - 1900 W 1ST AV - 9/30/2015
VEH-PROWL - 2400 W 2ND AV - 9/27/2015

If you see it or if it happens to you, REPORT IT!
Crime Check - 456-2233


Monday, October 5, 2015

Fall is here and it's time for the October General Meeting of your Neighborhood Council.
Stop by the Museum of Arts and Culture this Wednesday evening, October 7, to join the discussion.
We start promptly at 6:30 pm, and we will get you outta there by 8.
This month we will be talking about Traffic Calming in the neighborhood, The Fall Clean-Up, news on the CDBG Allocation and updates and reports from several of the committees.
It's all in the agenda.
I'll see you at the door - Tim

Monday, September 28, 2015

Crime (again)

Neighborhood Crime
Sunday - Saturday 9/20/2015 to 9/26/2015
VEH-PROWL - 300 S CANNON ST - 9/24/2015
VEH-PROWL - 2100 W 4TH AV - 9/25/2015 
VEH-THEFT - 100 S COEUR D ALENE ST - 9/24/2015
If you see it, or if it happens to you, REPORT IT!
Crime Check - 509-456-2233

Tuesday, September 22, 2015


Neighborhood Crime
Sunday - Saturday - 9/13/2015 TO 9/19/2015

RAPE-FORCIBLE - 9/13/2015
VEH-PROWL - 1900 W RIVERSIDE AV - 9/14/2015
VEH-PROWL - 2000 W PACIFIC AV - 9/16/2015
VEH-THEFT-TRAILER - 1600 W 2ND AV - 9/16/2015

If you see it, or if it happens to you, REPORT IT!

Crime Check - 456-2233

Monday, September 14, 2015


Neighborhood Crime

Sunday - Saturday 9/6/2015 TO 9/12/2015

BURGLARY-GARAGE - 2200 W 5TH AV - 9/11/2015
VEH-PROWL - 1700 W 1ST AV - 9/10/2015
VEH-PROWL - 2200 W 5TH AV - 9/11/2015

Lock up those garages!

If you see it, or if it happens to you, REPORT IT!

Crime Check - 456-2233
Hi! Here are some opportunities for citizens to give public comment and/or interact with Spokane Police Department, as well as upcoming training for civilians.

Public Meeting
The Police Advisory Committee (PAC) is holding their quarterly public meeting on Thursday, September 17 at 5:30 pm at East Central Community Center. PAC will hold their regular meeting but it is open to the public and guests can ask questions and give input.  Flyer attached.

Training Opportunity
Enhancing the Survival Mindset (ESM) is a women’s self-defense class, which offers participants hands-on self-defense and safety awareness training by Spokane Police officers. ESM Level 1 will be held October 1st, from 6 - 10 pm.

The ESM Level 1 course offers participants the opportunity to learn the basics of self-defense. The course consists of a classroom portion where participants will receive information on crime statistics, situational awareness, and information on enhancing their survival mindset. Hands-on training introduces participants to defensive tactics techniques and places participants into realistic threat scenarios. A participant's survival mindset will determine the outcome of these scenarios. Attendees must be at least middle school aged (allowed when accompanied by a guardian) or older to participate. There is a $35 charge to cover the costs associated with the class. Scholarships are available for those who need financial assistance.

Enhancing the Mindset Level 2 is the next step in the reinforcement and development of the survival mindset. Participants are exposed to approximately six new threat scenarios that will enhance your schemas for real life survival. Attendees must be at least middle school aged (allowed when accompanied by a guardian) and older to participate and must have completed Level One. There is a $35 charge to cover the costs associated with the class. ESM Level 2 will be held on October 22nd, from 6 - 10 p.m.

To register and for more information about the classes, go to https://my.spokanecity.org/police/citizen/training/ or call the SPD Academy at 509-742-8100.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

September Public Forum

The next forum will be held tomorrow evening, September 10
Join us at Browne's Tavern 7-8 pm.
This is an informal discussion, and all are welcome.
The subject is High Alcohol Impact Neighborhood Movement.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Neighborhood Crime

Sunday - Saturday 8/30/2015 TO 9/5/2015

ASSAULT-WEAPON - 1700 W 2ND AV - 9/4/2015

If you see it, or if it happens to you, REPORT IT!
Crime Check - 456-2233

Saturday, September 5, 2015

The 2015 Summer Concert Series has come to an end, and want to thank everyone who came out to enjoy this year's entertainment.
I had the pleasure of hosting the entire nine weeks. I met, and chatted, with just about all of you. I played with your kiddos, petted your dogs, and generally had a great time. I also thank you all for feeding the Lavender Bucket when it came around. You were very generous.
Thanks also to the talented lineup of musicians. Without them, I would have had a lot of time to fill. (that would not have been a good thing)
And don't forget our sponsors. Without them, this would never have been a success.
We look forward to seeing you next July, when we kick-off the 20th season of the Browne's Addition Summer Concert Series!

Paula Beckner from the Washington State University extension Food Sense Program would like to know if people are interested in attending classes on interactive, research based nutrition curriculum.
The Southwest Spokane Community Center would be willing to host it if there enough that are interested. Classes would be held according to availability of those interested and hers.
Paula's contact info is pbeckner@spokanecounty.org 509-251-6889

Monday, August 31, 2015

General Meeting

The General Meeting of your Neighborhood Council for September 2015, will be held on this Wednesday evening, September 2, at 6:30 pm.
The highlights will be an update from STA, on the progress of the Central City Line through our neighborhood, information and updates on Form Based Coding, and some information from the PeTT (Pedestrian, Transportation & Traffic) Committee.
We will also be voting on CDBG Allocations dollars, and more.
Please join us at the Museum of Arts and Culture.
We start on time, and will get you out at 8pm.
Here's the full agenda...


Neighborhood Crime
Sunday - 8/23/2015 TO 8/29/2015

VEH-PROWL - 2000 W 1ST AV - 8/23/2015

That's all folks! -Tim

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Sunday - Saturday 8/16/2015 TO 8/22/2015

VEH-THEFT - 1800 W 2ND AV - 8/16/2015
VEH-THEFT - 1900 W SUNSET BL - 8/18/2015

If you see it, or if it happens to you, REPORT IT!
Crime Check - 509-456-2233  - Tim

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Concert Series, Week Nine, FINAL WEEK

This week we have one of those "familiar faces" that I spoke about in week one. SIDETRACK is back!

From Country Swing, mixed with a taste of good ole' Rock and Roll. Add a tad of Bluegrass and Rockabilly... these guys are the prefect group to close out our 2015 season.

The Friends of CDA Park will be on hand with Lemonade, T-Shirts, and Bandannas for your favorite four-legged friend.

Be there, at the Coeur d'Alene Park, 6 pm this Thursday evening (August 27)

Bring your pet because, as always, we are a Family and Pet friendly event.

Yep, you still have one more week to put up with me, because we couldn't find another host!  - Tim

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Summer Concert Series - Week 8

Week 8 of our Summer Concert is only a day away. Alex Mabe will be taking the stage at 6 pm tomorrow evening.
Alex, a Singer/Songwriter will arouse you with his mellow Jazz Sax, and his original songs, mixed with some familiar covers.
Be there with your chairs, a bite to eat and cold beverages.
Remember that we are a Family and Pet friendly event, and like a "bad penny", I'll be back, and your host again.
Oh, and be kind to the Lavender Bucket when it makes it's way around!

Monday, August 17, 2015

Neighborhood Crime

Sunday - Saturday - 8/9/2015 TO 8/15/2015

VEH-THEFT - 1700 W 2ND AV - 8/13/2015

If it ain't yours, keep your hands off of it! - Tim

Crime Check - 456-2233 

Saturday, August 15, 2015


The free swim week schedule is as follows:
Monday, August 17: 1:00 – 4:00 pm at A.M. Cannon Aquatic Center (City of Spokane)
Tuesday August 18: 1:00 – 5:00 at Valley Mission Pool (City of Spokane Valley)
Wednesday August 19: 1:00 – 4:00 at Hillyard Aquatic Center (City of Spokane)
Thursday August 20: 1:00 - 4:30 at Cheney Outdoor Pool (Cheney)
Friday August 21: 10:30 - 5:30 at Northside Family Aquatics Center (Spokane County)
Saturday August 22: 1:00 – 4:00 at Liberty Aquatic Center (City of Spokane)

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Neighborhood Crime
Sunday - Saturday - 8/2/2015 TO 8/8/2015

BURGLARY-RESIDNTL - 2000 W 4TH AV - 8/3/2015
ROBBERY - 1800 W 3RD AV - 8/2/2015
VEH-PROWL - 100 S OAK ST - 8/2/2015
VEH-PROWL - 400 S CHESTNUT ST - 8/7/2015

If you see it, or if it happens to you, REPORT IT
Crime Check - 456-2233 -Tim

Week Seven

It's hard to believe it, but we are in week 7 of our Concert Series in the park. If you have not been able to attend yet, this just might be the week that you should. The Angela Marie Project will be on stage at 6pm this Thursday evening. She's gonna get us all whipped into shape with her somewhat eclectic brand of music.
So, ask the Wife, Boyfriend, Mom, or your Parole Officer to meet you at Coeur d'Alene Park on Thursday evening.
And to fend off any questions that you might have, yes, I'll be your host, and I'll see ya there! -Tim

Friday, August 7, 2015

The Landmarks Commission will be hosting a 45 minute update/training session regarding the City of Spokane Park System National Register Multiple Property Submission on Wednesday, August 19, 2015 at 2 p.m. in the City Council Briefing Center, Lower Level, City Hall. The public and staff members are welcome to attend. Note: the session precedes the monthly Spokane Historic Landmarks Commission Public Hearing that begins at 3 p.m.

What is the City of Spokane Park System
National Register Multiple Property Submission?

You'll gain an understanding of the evaluation process and timeline during a 45-minute overview of the following:
A.      The National Register Application Process
B.      The Park System Multiple Property Documentation Form

C.      The Manito Park Individual Nomination Application

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Week 6 of our Summer Concert Series is just two days away. If you have not attended one this season, you are really missing out on some of Spokane's finest talent. This week is a sure winner. Kari Marguerite is a show stopper wherever she appears. You like soul? she has it. You like pop, she got some. You like smooth Jazz?... ya see where I'm going with this? 
Thursday evening @ 6 pm in Coeur d'Alene Park. And, yes, I'll be your host again this week. It's like, you're stuck with me. I'll see ya there! -Tim

We're back! Yes, July has come and gone and your Neighborhood Council is back in full swing. We never really left though. We have been working for your neighborhood in the background all summer.
Join us for the August 2015 General Meeting tomorrow evening, at 6:30 pm in the NW Museum of Arts and Culture, downstairs in the Gilkey Community Room. We will be chatting up things like Historic Signs for the neighborhood, use of Traffic Camera $$, there will be a vote on Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) spending, and other items of interest. The agenda is below. See you there. -Tim

Neighborhood Crime
Sunday - Saturday 7/26/2015 TO 8/1/2015

VEH-PROWL - 1900 W 2ND AV - 8/1/2015
VEH-THEFT - 1700 W 2ND AV - 8/1/2015

If you see it, or if it happens to you, REPORT IT

Crime Check - 4562233


Wednesday, July 29, 2015

OK folks, it's week five of the Summer Concert Series here in Browne's Addition. This week we offer "Just Plain Darin", but he's anything but plain. You'll love his music, you will love the weather, and you will enjoy visiting with your neighbors! Whadda I gotta do to entice you any further? Be there, 6:00 tomorrow at the Gazebo. I'll be your host again, and I'll see ya there! - Tim

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Summer Concert Series Week 4

Week 4 of the Browne's Addition Concert Series kicks off at 6 pm tomorrow evening at Coeur d'Alene Park, and you don't want to miss this one.
I told you in week one, that you would see some new faces and some familiar ones.
Chris Rieser and Jay Rawley are back this year.
Right out of Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Chris has brought his unique sound to Spokane, and
is again joining up with Jay Rawley. This Duo are sure to be a hit again this year.
Come on down, grab some shade, and I'll see you there.
And as always, we are as much a Family and Pet friendly event as the law allows!

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Week two of our Summer Concert Series is just two days away, and we have a great group for you to relax to.
The Plaid Cats, are a country/swing/jug/bluegrass kind of band. Heck, they have something for everyone.
Head on over to Coeur d'Alene Park on Thursday evening at 6pm to see what I'm talking about.
We are a family and pet friendly event, so be sure to bring your kiddos, spouse, dog, or even your pet marmot.
I'll be your host, and I will see you there!

Sunday - Saturday  6/28/2015 to 7/4/2015

VEH-PROWL - 2300 W PACIFIC AV - 6/30/2015
VEH-PROWL - 1800 W RIVERSIDE AV - 7/1/2015
VEH-PROWL - 100 S COEUR D ALENE ST - 7/2/2015
VEH-THEFT - 1900 W 3RD AV - 7/1/2015
VEH-THEFT - 1800 W RIVERSIDE AV - 7/1/2015

If you see it, or if it happens to you, REPORT IT

Crime Check - 456-2233

Thursday, June 25, 2015

No July Meeting

It's that time of the year when YOUR Neighborhood Council takes a vacation.
We won't be meeting in July, but we will be back and ready to go for our next General Meeting on August, 5, 2015
The communication line is still open though. If you have questions or comments, I'm here to take care of them.
I hope to see you all at the first night of our Summer Concert Series on July 2nd.
6-8 pm at the Gazebo in Coeur d'Alene Park. (yes, it's still free to everyone)


Saturday, June 13, 2015

Remember to lend a hand in our Neighborhood Clean-up next Saturday. -Tim

Monday, June 8, 2015

Folks have been driving by the construction site on 3rd Avenue and Coeur d'Alene Street, and asking "what's going in there?"
Well, it is a 21 unit, 3 story apartment building being developed by the property owners, Jason and Jessica Kettrick.
This is an artist's conceptual drawing of the proposed building, as seen from Coeur d'Alene Street.

Saturday, June 6, 2015

Summer Concert Series

I have held out for too long, with too many of our neighbors clamoring for the long awaited Summer Concert Series line-up.
I bow to the pressure.
Now get off my lawn and go away.
Here's the line-up for the 2015 Summer Concert Series.
We gonna have sum fun! -Tim

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Neighborhood Crime

Sunday - Saturday 5/24/2015 TO 5/30/15

ASSAULT-SUB BDLY HARM - 2100 W 3RD AV - 5/27/2015
ASSAULT-WEAPON - 1800 W 3RD AV - 5/24/2015
VEH-PROWL - 1700 W 1ST AV - 5/29/2015
VEH-THEFT - W 1ST AV/S OAK ST - 5/26/2015

If you see it, or if it happens to you,  REPORT IT

CRIME CHECK - 509-456-2233

Monday, June 1, 2015


The name of the Historic Officer for the the City of Spokane, addressing our General Meeting in June was posted in error.
Her name is Megan Duvall, and not Mary Duvall.
This was my error and I apologize for any confusion.
Just chalk it up to a "senior moment" on my part.

Sunday, May 31, 2015

It's hard to believe that it's June already.
Please join your neighbors on June 3, 2015 at 6:30 pm, downstairs at the MAC for the General Meeting of your Neighborhood Council.
You can expect updates from all of the various sub-committees and project coordinators, as well as information regarding Form Based Code and Historic Preservation from Mary Duvall, Historic Officer for the City of Spokane.
Here's a look at the agenda.
I hope to see you there. I'll save you a seat!


Friday, May 29, 2015

Browne's Addition welcomes ArtFest!

For those of you who are new to the neighborhood, ArtFest is our premier event of the year.
Expect the streets to be packed with auto and foot traffic, so drive with care.
Off street parking will be at a premium, and there will some changes to the STA Bus Routes through the neighborhood.
Be sure to remove those trash bins from the street as soon as they are emptied, as they take up valuable parking space.
Have fun, and enjoy Artfest 2015.

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Artfest is just around the corner, and the Friends of Coeur d'Alene Park want to remind you that they will have their Lemonade Stand at the Patsy Clark Mansion again this year. Starting on Friday, May 29, and ending on Sunday May 31.
Stop by and learn about the work that this group is doing to preserve and restore our neighborhood park.
T-Shirts and other park related items will be for sale along with some "surprises".

If you have never toured the Patsy Clark Mansion, this will be your best chance to get a look behind those front doors.
15 min tours with stories of the neighborhood of the Patsy Clark Mansion will be offered on Saturday and Sunday during the weekend. The hours of tours are 11-5 Saturday and 11-4 on Sunday. A $5 donation is requested.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Hello Browne's Addition neighbors,
Happily the traffic circle at the corner of Pacific and Canon is fully planted for the season.
We will need a little help with watering so if you love to hang out at this focal point of Browne's Addition and you want to help with occasional watering, let me know

Also all of the Coeur d'Alene Park planters are also planted for the season.
But 5 of the 7 planters in the park need someone to help care for them in what is likely to be a really long hot and windy summer.
I am asking for folks to "adopt a planter".  
What this means, most importantly, is watering on weekends and checking on them once in a while during the week.

Our park attendant this year is doing a yeoman's job of keeping them watered during the week but it's a big park for one person and planters get missed. 
On Fridays he leaves at 2:00 PM and doesn't return until Monday
There is never anyone there on the weekend to water.
We have good and easy access to water in the park so all you really need is a watering can or bucket.

If you care to you can weed a little, dead head a little, mutter sweet nothings to the plants a little. Or just use the time to enjoy our precious park. 
Please email me if you want to talk about the "how to" of it. 
Thanks very much.

Christine White

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

The fourth meeting in a series of Discussion Forums will take place this Thursday, May 14 - Rick Biggerstaff, Facilitator
7:00-8:30 at Browne’s Tavern
Topic: Further Conversations about Form Based Zoning in Browne’s Addition.
All are welcome. There will be no voting, no Roberts Rules of Order, just neighbors talking to neighbors, sharing thoughts and ideas.

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Clean-Up, Concerts and more!
Spring is here and Summer is just around the corner.
Take a look at what your neighborhood has planned for you.

Monday, May 4, 2015

Neighborhood Crime

Neighborhood Crime
Sunday - Saturday - 4/19/2015 TO 4/25/2015
BURGLARY-RESIDNTL - 1700 W 1ST AV - 4/19/2015
VEH-PROWL - 2200 W RIVERSIDE AV - 4/23/2015
- Saturday - 4/26/2015 TO 5/2/2015
VEH-PROWL - 2100 W 1ST AV - 5/2Sunday /2015 
VEH-THEFT - 100 S OAK ST - 4/27/2015
If you see it, or if it happens to you, REPORT IT!
Crime Check - 456-2233 -Tim

General Meeting

Announcing the May Edition of your Neighborhood Council's General Meeting.
We meet this Wednesday evening, May 6, 2015 at 6:30pm, downstairs in the Museum of Arts and Culture.

If you are new to the neighborhood, this is a great time to become familiar with your Neighborhood Council and how it functions.
If you are an "old timer" here in Browne's Addition, we would like to see you again.

Check out this month's agenda below.

Monday, April 27, 2015

Got bags?

Your neighborhood needs your plastic grocery, produce, bread, and newspaper bags to fill our Mutt Mitt stations.
We are running on empty right now.
Please take some time to stuff those Mitt stations with your bags.
You can spot the stations on each corner of Coeur d'Alene Park and at each end of Overlook Park.
Thanks!  - Tim

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Best Neighborhood

It's always nice to live in a neighborhood that is recognized as being on the top of the "good list". 

Spokane’s Best Neighborhoods – #1 Brown’s Addition


Monday, April 20, 2015

Race for the Cure

The Susan G Komen Race for the Cure will take place this weekend on Sunday, April 26.
Our neighborhood will be effected.
CHECK THE MAP BELOW showing the course through Browne's Addition, and be sure to plan your escape. Some of your usual routes will be closed to traffic. Also note that some of the STA routes/stops are also going to be closed. - Tim

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

No plans for the weekend yet? 
Take the family to the MAC!

SPD Citizens Academy

May 6
6:00 - 7:00 pm Welcome/ Opening Chief Straub
7:00 - 8:00 pm ERU Officer Baldwin
8:00 - 9:00 pm K-9 Officer Jensen
May 13
6:00 - 7:00 pm Patrol Procedures Officer Dollard/Sgt. Reese
7:00 - 8:00 pm Patrol Procedures Officer Dollard/Sgt. Reese
8:00 - 9:00 pm Body Cameras Officer Snider
May 20
6:00 - 7:30 pm VirTra (1/2 class then switch) Sgt. Boothe
7:30 - 9:00 pm Use of Force (1/2 of class then switch) Sgt. Kendall
May 27
6:00 - 7:30 pm Major Crimes, Internal Affairs, Ombudsman Lt. Wohl, Lt. Lundgren, Ombudsman Representative
7:30 - 9:00 pm CIT, Verbal Defense, Procedural Justice Sgt. Giannetto, Sgt. Waters
June 3
6:00 - 7:00 pm Questions/Comments/ Critiques Lt. King
7:00 - 9:00 pm Graduation Chief & Command Staff
Classes are held at the Spokane Police Academy,
located at 2302 N. Waterworks St, Spokane, WA 99212.
Sign up by contacting Kim Anderson at KAnderson@spokanepolice.org or by calling (509) 742-8100
For more information on the Spokane Police Department, visit:SpokanePolice.org