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Shiloh Hills Neighborhood Council will meet in person: 7:00 pm on Thursday May 19th at Holy Cross Lutheran Church E Cozza and N Nevada (7307 N Nevada)
Everyone is welcome
 We thank Holy Cross Lutheran Church for allowing Shiloh Hills Neighborhood to use their hall. 
Please share this email with your neighbors and friends.
* Neighborhood Report link *
May Speaker:

Mr. Kyle Merritt on “A well-designed SpokaneScape will beautify your property, protect our natural resources and the environment; and will inevitably reduce yard maintenance.” <>

Our City Council members also attend when possible out of their busy schedules. We requested that our Mayor, or a member of her cabinet to attend our  meeting in June.

The Shiloh Hills Neighborhood Council has applied for the 2022 "Community Engagement Grant" to help Shiloh Hills improve neighbor participation.

Traffic Calming Workshops:

The City of Spokane and City Council are excited to announce the new 2022 traffic calming program. The City will Announce this program on May 25 and the workshops will be held in June. Please bring your list of traffic calming concerns and issues to the meeting! The City of Spokane looks forward to working on solutions. Feel free to share the attached announcement with your neighbors. All are welcome to attend.

  • City Council District One: May 25 at Northeast Community Center, Lower Level Meeting Room 5:30 pm
  • Shiloh Hills, Nevada Heights, Whitman: June 22 at Garry Middle School, Gym 5:30 pm
"The Neighbors Drive 25" yard signs are available at City Hall and at Neva-Wood COPS shop (4705 N Addison St. 509-625-3353) If you are concerned with speeding in your area, contact the Spokane Police Department's Traffic Unit Hotline (509.625.4150)

Clean-Up Digital disposal passes are now (and until December) available to request. (as long as allocated funds are available.) More information here.

Curb-side refuse pickup has been requested for our Shiloh Hills neighborhood in mid-late October. More information when the City of Spokane assigns dates.

Compost Giveaway through June 30.  If interested, go
to <> and submit a request for this free compost.

Transportation Survey:

2022 is an update year for the Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan (CPT-HSTP) <> A successful plan update process requires hearing from the community. Please go to this survey link.

Parking: Spokane City Adopts Placard System to Indicate Reserved On-Street Parking Spaces information Here  Avoid parking tickets!

Neighborhood Plan:

Shiloh Hills Neighborhood Plan : Council President Beggs recommitted the City of Spokane’s pledge of enhancing its neighborhoods through neighborhood-based planning. Neighborhood planning is an important tool promoting collaboration between the City and Neighborhoods to help guide the future of Spokane's neighborhoods. We look forward to City Council funding the Shiloh Hills Neighborhood Plan (Contact: Council President Beggs (, Council members Cathcart and Bingle ( and

Rent Assistance: City of Spokane residents will soon be able to apply for $5.59 million in new Emergency Rent Assistance Program funds awarded by the Washington State Department of Commerce. Information Here.

Utility Assistance: <>

Spokane Housing: See Spokane Housing Action Plan (SHAP): and the proposed Residential Development Code Proposed Initiatives to implement the SHAP for City Council to adopt soon (linked here) this code change includes Accessory Dwelling Units, Lot Size Transition (SMC Title 17C); and Short Plats (SMC Title 17G)

Neighborhood Reports:
Office of Neighborhood Services: May Neighborhood Report
Volunteer Opportunities: Listed are current vacancies on Spokane's citizen committees: Most of these groups only require a couple of hours a month of your time. Please consider being a part of our local democratic process.
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