Airway Heights, located six miles west of Spokane on State Highway 2, is an integral part of the region known as West Plains. Incorporated in 1955, City of Airway Heights is a full service community with two city parks, a new library, a Food Bank, and a Community Center. Spokane International Airport and Fairchild Air Force Base reside within the City.
Located less than 20 minutes from downtown Spokane, Cheney is situated on one of the highest points of the big Bend Plateau at an elevation of 2,340 feet. Surrounded by pine woods and gentle rolling hills, residents of Cheney enjoy several recreational activities and cultural events, including the annual Cheney Rodeo. Cheney is also home to Eastern Washington University.
Located in eastern Washington, near the Idaho border and about 20 minutes from downtown Spokane, Liberty Lake is a family and business friendly community. Over 6,500 people call Liberty Lake home. The picturesque lake is surrounded by a stunning panorama of evergreens that carpet mile after mile of mountains, hills and valleys. The city also boasts several golf courses and is home to many of the Spokane region's large high-technology companies.
Medical Lake is a picturesque, full-service residential community located in the heart of the West Plains of Spokane County. Named for the healing properties of the water, Medical Lake has a rich history as a resort destination dating back to the late 1800’s. Recreational amenities are still a focal point on the Medical Lake waterfront and the city boasts more than five miles of paved trails for walking, jogging, or bicycling. Medical lake has many churches, fraternal organizations, and an excellent school system.
The City of Spokane is located on the east side of Washington state, 18 miles west of the Idaho state line and 110 miles south of the Canadian border. As the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis, Spokane serves as the hub of the Inland Northwest, a region encompassing Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho, Western Montana, Northeastern Oregon and parts of Alberta and British Columbia, Canada. Spokane is the second largest city in the state and serves as the business, transportation, media, medical, educational and entertainment hub of the Inland Northwest, with over two million people in a 36-county area. Affordable real estate, skilled workforce, and excellent quality of life combined with low operation costs, a world-class telecommunications infrastructure, and a progressive business climate makes Spokane an ideal place to do business.
Spokane County serves as the business, transportation, media, medical, educational and entertainment hub of the Inland Northwest. Affordable real estate, skilled workforce, and excellent quality of life combined with low operation costs, a world-class telecommunications infrastructure, and a progressive business climate makes Spokane County an ideal place to do business. Spokane County is the fourth most populated county in Washington, serving over 436,000 residents with four full-service hospitals, two of which are the second and third largest in the state.
Spokane Valley is a prime location for commercial, industrial, and residential development. Home to 87,000 people, it is the 7th largest city in Washington with about 4,000 businesses and estimated annual retail sales of $1.93 billion. The Spokane Valley Mall draws shoppers from around the region, and the city’s Auto Row is the location of numerous major automobile dealerships. Regional event and gathering facilities are found here at Avista Stadium, Spokane County Fair & Expo Center, and CenterPlace. The area is known for its friendly people, excellent neighborhoods and schools, and convenient access to a variety of recreational opportunities.