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Getting Here

Mountains and lakes surround the City of Spokane Valley, with a flowing river running through its heart. Ground, rail, and air transportation easily access this beautiful region. Looking for assistance with navigating the area? Check out the resources below.

getting here by car

Passenger vehicles can access Spokane Valley from I-90 E from Seattle or locations west, north, and south of Spokane Valley, and I–90 W from Idaho, Montana, and points east. Most Spokane Valley hotels, motels, and restaurants are located near the freeway.

Parking Information

Street parking in Spokane Valley is readily available, and free parking is available at most venues and hotels. If you’re traveling to downtown Spokane while visiting, pay attention to metered parking areas. Parking garages are available as well.

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A person getting on the bus at a bus stop.

getting here by bus

Greyhound Lines provides intercity bus service from the Spokane Intermodal Center in downtown Spokane. Spokane Transit also provides bus routes from Spokane to Spokane
Valley and countless other destinations.

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A map of Spokane bus routes.

getting here by bike

Spokane Valley is relatively flat and sits at an elevation of 2,002 feet. The Spokane Regional Transportation Council created a regional bike map that shows all of the road biking routes.

view the bike route map

getting here by plane

Spokane International Airport, located 15 miles from Spokane Valley via I-90, greets nearly 4 million passengers annually. The Airport serves six airlines and three air cargo carriers.

Rental Cars

If you’re flying into Spokane Airport to access the Valley, you’ll likely want to rent a car to see the sights. Enterprise, Avis, and Budget are all available, as well as the personal rental car service Turo.

taxis & ridesharing

Ridesharing services such as Lyft and Uber are great options for letting someone else drive. Local cab companies are also available and include Spokane Taxi Service, Orange Cab, Yellow Cab Spokane, and more.

A disabled person using a Paratransit bus.


Spokane Transit provides paratransit vans for those patrons whose disability prevents them from using fixed-route buses.

learn more about paratransit

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