Welcome! Spokane Valley, Wash., is a city of tradition, family values and a unique quality of life that makes it easy to call home. With low taxes, robust transportation, streamlined permitting, and an attractive suite of incentive programs for businesses, Spokane Valley is a city that makes it easy for businesses to expand or relocate.


The valley’s I-90 corridor offers multiple benefits – ease of access to employees, multiple transportation systems, and nearby manufacturing, retail and health services.


Not only is Spokane County home to a sizable labor market, but Spokane Valley also offers a variety of training and recruitment programs to benefit businesses.

Available Properties

Industrial and office parks are located throughout Spokane Valley offering a mix of move-in-ready and development-ready sites to suit any business.

Home to a robust infrastructure, offering low operating costs and equipped with specialized incentives, Spokane Valley makes an ideal location for warehousing, distribution and logistics businesses.

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Hilton to build a ‘Tru’ brand hotel in Spokane Valley

A new Tru hotel by Hilton will be constructed on a three-acre site at the northeast corner of Mansfield Avenue and Mirabeau Parkway in Spokane Valley. The site is adjacent to the city’s CenterPlace Regional Event Center and Mirabeau Point Park, which host numerous events in the valley including a weekly farmers market, Crave Food […]

Katerra CLT manufacturing plant opens in Spokane Valley

Katerra celebrated the opening of its cross-laminated timber manufacturing facility in Spokane Valley in September with a tour for public officials and community members. The $150 million factory currently employs 100 workers and at full capacity will produce up to 13 million square feet of material per year. The factory is located in a 250,000 […]

Recent Spokane Valley business activity

The City of Spokane Valley welcomes these businesses that have recently opened or announced that they will be coming soon to the community: A popular restaurant in Spokane that closed due to fire more that a year ago has reopened in Spokane Valley. Shogun, a sushi and hibachi restaurant, has reopened at 20 N. Raymond […]

“Not too many cities have a river flowing through it. There’s lots of access and you can be on the river in minutes, and not even realize that you are within an actual city.”

Sean Visintainer, Owner, Silver Bow Fly Shop

Spokane Valley is perfectly positioned to enjoy a day outdoors with endless opportunities to ski, hike, fish, float or bike – all without venturing too far from the amenities of the city.

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