To preserve and sustain the unique character of the Little Spokane River Valley, including it's open space and natural setting.
To maintain lower density zoning.
To protect the area's ecosystem including water quality, wetlands, priority habitat and wildlife, and dwindling native vegetation.
To encourage the development of area parks and natural areas.
To educate public officials of the concerns of the Friends of the Little Spokane River Valley, and be pro-active when major issues are at the forefront.
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Links to Printable 2013 Trails Maps
The newest version of the Trails as of Jan 2018 is depicted here:
The larger printable links below have not been updated as yet with latest changes. Please mark your printed with the changes shown above.
Click here for 8" x 11" pdf map.
Click here for 24" x 36" pdf map.
Who is paying for the Little Spokane trails?
A public/private partnership. Significant contributors include private citizens, area businesses, foundations, and Spokane County.
Do the paths cross any privately owned land?
No. The paths generally follow public rights of way, streets, highways, and county properties.
When will the Little Spokane trails be officially open for use?
The trails and paths are being completed in sections as funding becomes available. Try out the newly completed demonstration path connecting Pine River Park and Gleneden Park.
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