COVID-19 General Information
The City of Spokane Valley's Public Information Officer provides professional communications support resulting in the distribution of complete, accurate and timely information on city issues and activities to internal and external constituents.
The city produces a Newsletter that is mailed to all business, residential, and post office boxes within Spokane Valley city boundaries. Copies are also available at City Hall, the Permit Center, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, Spokane Valley Police Precinct, Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce, Spokane Valley Heritage Museum, and Spokane Valley Library.
The local media is an important partner in helping keep the community informed. The public information office coordinates media relations, including producing and distributing media releases on city programs, projects and activities. Read media releases online or subscribe to our Home Page - City News email interest list to receive copies of media releases by email. Members of the media can view our Media Information & Resources to get contact details, city facts and statistics, and how to access and use the city logo and photos.
Whether you want to know about city services, upcoming projects or community issues, Spokane Valley councilmembers and city staff members are available to make interesting, informative presentations to your group, and answer any questions you may have. To schedule a presentation, call 720-5411 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are unable to find information on a particular city topic, we're always happy to assist.
Call Jeff Kleingartner, Public Information Officer, at 720-5411 or email email@example.com.
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