All are invited to join Mayor Tom Towey and the Spokane Valley City Council as they dedicate the city's first gateway sign on Wednesday, May 15, at 11 a.m. on the northwest corner of Thierman Road and Appleway Blvd.
City Council members and staff will formally dedicate the sign and commemorate it as part of Spokane Valley's 10-year anniversary celebrations.
Set in a landscaped triangle, the sign serves the purpose of announcing the city of Spokane Valley to motorists exiting from eastbound Interstate 90, as well as welcoming visitors to the city in a visually-appealing way. The lighted steel and wood sign has the “City of Spokane Valley” logo inscribed on it and is framed by cobblestone columns. Input from community members influenced the sign's design.
"We are pleased with the result of the gateway sign and the fact that it reflects the character of our city well," Towey said. "I believe it will help make a good impression on visitors to our community."
Those planning on attending can park in the Display House parking lot.
Individuals planning to attend the ceremony who require special assistance to accommodate physical, hearing, or other impairments may contact us at 720-5400 or email@example.com so arrangements may be made.