Welcome to the Friends of the Little Spokane River Valley.
To Residents in the Little Spokane River Valley:
During this time of Coronavirus and Social Distancing, the community trail system along the Little Spokane River has been a blessing to get fresh air and enjoy nature. The use of the trail has increased dramatically over the past few weeks. As many of you know, the Friends of the Little Spokane River Valley has plans to build a new section of trail between Midway Road and Colbert Road. This new trail section would run along the west side of Little Spokane River Drive and connect two sections of the existing trail system creating a large loop. Building the new trail section would create needed construction jobs and improve our community. The FLSRV has already invested in a survey and finished design drawings. This is truly a “Shovel Ready Project”.
This would put the CARES Act Funds to good use in our community.
The FLSRV Board Members
We are planning a valley trash pick up on April 17, 2021. We will be meeting at Glen Eden park, (Moose Park) at 9:30 to assign pick up areas. Gloves, vests, pickup tools and bags will be provided. The post clean up chili feed will not take place this year due to COVID concerns. Thanks for volunteering to help!!
In these very difficult times, the trail is getting even more use than usual. In appreciation for all that FLSRV has done and is doing to extend our trail system, please consider giving an additional donation so that we can continue this work once things have returned to a more normal condition. Send to FLSRV, P. O. Box 18191, Spokane WA 99228.
We look forward to working together and hope you’ll find our spectacular area worth supporting.
New Trail: We are excited to be embarking on our latest project–extending the trail system from Midway Road to Colbert Road. You can support this work with an online donation below.
Membership: Would you like to support what we are doing in the valley? Become a sustaining member of FLSRV by joining below.
To preserve and sustain the unique character of the Little Spokane River Valley, including its 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.