Becoming a Member

Member organizations elect to pay annual dues to fund the strategic agenda and position DSP as the downtown advocacy group. Member organizations have the option of enrolling at a level of their choosing, with an annual contribution starting at $575 and ranging to $11,550.

Member-organizations have the opportunity to participate on committees or task forces as needed in the following critical areas:

  • Planning and Design, Enhanced Public Services, Public Policy, Business and Project Development
  • Developing new strategic initiatives, planning and promoting programs, advocating and influencing the public and government sector on downtown concerns and issues.
  • Promoting downtown Spokane as the region’s most dynamic and exciting center of commerce and entertainment.
  • A vital leadership role in the economic growth of our community.

Join the Club

Members are active partners in shaping the future of downtown development. The DSP engages members in a number of strategic activities each year.

Platinum | $8,675

Bronze | $1,725

Copper | $575

  • * New Member 2024
  • ** Member Upgrade 2024


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Susan Horton, President/CEO/Chairman, Wheatland

“Headquartered in Downtown Spokane, we understand the need for our business to be actively engaged in ensuring that Downtown is a place that our customers want to come to and that our employees want to work within every day. Through our membership in the DSP, we have the opportunity to stay up-to-date with what’s going on in our community and to partner with others in the business community to continue to move our Downtown in the right direction.”

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Steve Trabun, Regional Business Manager, Avista

“Doing our part to create a vibrant and productive Downtown helps to create a destination that attracts visitors from within and outside of our region. Providing these visitors with employment and living opportunities, unique shopping and entertainment, cultural events, and other services are critical to the ongoing success of our region’s overall economy.”