Welcome to the Club

If you own a business or property in the 80 square block region of the downtown Spokane BID, you are a member of an exclusive club actively investing in making downtown Spokane the center for commerce, culture, and living in the Intermountain Northwest. The BID is funded by the City of Spokane and private investment, including Ratepayer assessments (that's you!), contributions to parking validation, event sponsorship, and more. BID programs focus on making downtown a more desirable place for businesses, shoppers, and visitors. Similar to other BIDs across the country, programs focus on clean, safe, marketing, economic development and transportation.

Map of BID Boundaries

Things to know

  • 2020 Management Plan

    Each year the staff of the Downtown Spokane Partnership draft and present an annual management plan for the approval of Spokane City Council in December to determine the priorities and use of BID dollars.

    View the 2020 plan

  • Safety FAQs

    Downtown Spokane and the City of Spokane work to ensure Spokane’s city center is welcoming to professionals, visitors, and residents. The City of Spokane provides resources to maintain public safety for all businesses and individuals that have chosen downtown Spokane as their neighborhood.

    Click below to learn who to call when help is needed.

    More

    If you are a property or business owner who, in the last two years, has added additional security measures to your business, please share those additions with us by completing the short survey linked below.

    Survey

  • Save the Date

    You're invited to join us in celebrating 25 years of the Downtown Spokane Partnership on Thursday, February 13, 2020 at the newly revitalized Wonder Building.

    With keynote speaker Mick Cornett, four-term former Mayor of Oklahoma City.