Community Data and Information

Spokane resources gather and share a broad spectrum of information which benefits community members, policy makers, businesses, and the press. 

Local Organizations
Additional Resources

Journal of Business

429 E. 3rd Avenue
Spokane, WA  99202
(509) 456-5257
(509) 344-1280 - Subscriptions
Weekdays from 8 am - 5 pm
Journal of Business  (bi-weekly)
Market Fact Book
Book of Lists

Spokane Cares
Guide to Community Resources and Volunteering

Spokane Cares strives to improve our community by:
  • Helping those in need find resources
  • Helping service organizations communicate their vital messages
  • Helping community members embrace service, and find meaningful ways to serve.

Spokane Community Indicators
Eastern Washington University
Institute for Public Policy and Economic Analysis
668 N. Riverpoint Blvd, Ste 238
Spokane, WA   99202
(509) 358-2221
Collect and share a broad spectrum of information for individual community members, policy makers, non-governmental organizations, businesses, business organizations, researchers, and the press.  This data offers neutral information for all parties involved in public policy issues. 

Some of the topics covered:  
Culture and Recreation, Economic Vitality
Education, Environment, Health, Housing
People, Public Safety, Transportation

Spokane Regional Health District - Data Center
1101 W. College Avenue, Rm 356
Spokane, WA   99201
(509) 323-2853
Spokane Counts

Spokane Counts report/Executive summary:

The Fig Tree
Community Resources and Congregations

The Spokesman-Review
999 W. Riverside
Spokane, WA  99201-1006
(509) 459-5000
Daily Newspaper - print and digital versions

Market Fact Book - Spokane Metropolitan Area
(produced by the Journal of Business; sponsored by The Spokesman-Review)