Emergency Information

WEATHER ADVISORIES

SCHOOLS - See alerts at ESD101 or use these links to check your particular school.  

POWER OUTAGES - Please do NOT call 911 for downed power lines or trees. 911 should only be for life-threatening emergencies. Instead please use these numbers:

SPOKANE TRANSIT AUTHORITY Route Detours

SPOKANE SNOW REMOVAL Plan and Map

AIR ADVISORIES: Spokane Regional Clean Air

STORM CLEANUP

Spokane city:Report a downed tree in a road to (509) 625-7733.

City Waste Bins can handle branches smaller than 3" diameter. Larger debris can go to:

  • Northside Landfill, 5502 W. Nine Mile Road, 8a-3:30p
  • Waste to Energy plant at 2900 S. Geiger Blvd. 7:30a-5p

Kootenai County operates two waste transfer stations, open daily from 8 a.m.-4:55 p.m. (All customers must be unloaded and out by 5 p.m.)
The Coeur d'Alene station is located at 3650 N. Ramsey Road, the Post Falls Station is at 15580 W. Prairie Avenue.

OVERNIGHT WARMING CENTERS -- usually open when the temperature drops to 32 degrees or below.

  • Red Cross at 1404 N Ash St
  • Red Cross at 500 S Stone St
  • Red Cross at 460 N Sixth St, Cheney
  • The Salvation Army's warming center/shelter at 222 E Indiana, operates from 7p-7a. (509) 325-6810
  • Volunteers of America Hope House (single women only) at 111 W 3rd Ave, operates from 8p-8a. (509) 455-2886
  • Catholic Charities' House of Charity at 32 W Pacific Ave. (adults only)
  • UGM Crisis Shelter for Women & Children, 1234 E Sprague, (509) 535-0486
  • Volunteers of America Crosswalk at 525 W. 2nd Ave, serves children under age 18

Full list of shelters: shelterlistings.org or homelessshelterdirectory.org

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