Situated close to the heart of Spokane, the Logan Neighborhood has developed as one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in the City. Platted and developed between 1884-1890 by Sylvester and Ida Heath and the Jesuits of Gonzaga College, the area developed as a “suburb” of downtown Spokane. The pattern of wide streets and boulevard landscaping was introduced by the priests as a reflection of the popular trends in Europe and cities of the eastern Unites States.
Logan is comprised of verdant canopies of overarching trees, four parks, three major retirement centers, Hamilton Street Business District, two elementary schools, a high school, a university and a law school. The rushing Spokane River forms the southern boundary and provides recreation and relaxation for neighborhood residents. The more active choose to take advantage of the Centennial Trail as it meanders through Logan Neighborhood. Safety needs are well served by COPS Logan.
The Logan Neighborhood began their planning process in March of 2012. They meet the 4th Tuesday of every month from 6:30-8:00 at the Gonzaga University Plant Services Building. For more information please contact either the Stakeholder Manager or their City assigned Neighborhood Planner.
|Karen Byrdemail@example.com||Neighborhood Planner|
|Neighborhood Planning Staff|
|Jo Anne Wright, Neighborhood Planning Manager - South Hill Coalition||(509) 625-6017|
|Tirrell Black - West Central, Emerson-Garfield||(509) 625-6185|
|Nikole Coleman-Porter - Logan||(509) 625-6883|
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