The Washington Department of Ecology is updating the Spokane River Geographic Response Plan (GRP). An important part of the update process is collecting comments from the people that live, work, and play in this GRP area.
The Spokane River GRP encompasses nearly the entirety of the river, and covers a 105 mile-reach of the Spokane River, running in an easterly direction from Fort Spokane (located near river mile 2.0) to Post Falls, Idaho (located at river mile 103.0). In Washington, the planning area resides within Water Resource Inventory Areas Lower Spokane (WRIA 54), Little Spokane (WRIA 55), Hangman (WRIA 56), and Middle Spokane (WRIA 57). In Idaho, it includes a portion of the Upper Spokane and Fish Lake watersheds. The communities of Airway Heights, Liberty Lake, Medical Lake, Spokane, and Spokane Valley are located within the boundaries of this planning area, as well as portions of Lincoln, Spokane, and Stevens Counties in Washington and Kootenai County in Idaho.
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