Spokane Valley Business Climate
Spokane Valley is home to a business-friendly environment including no local Business and Occupation (B&O) tax or corporate income tax, and low worker’s compensation insurance rates. Its workforce is highly skilled and the city is centrally located among several higher education programs, which ensures there is a pipeline of future talent.
The city is well connected through a robust transportation infrastructure and has streamlined its permitting processes to fit the needs of industry and keep expenses low. In addition, incentive programs are available for various industries and project types.
Spokane Valley Industries
Spokane Valley has worked to create a business environment that ensures success. Its highly skilled workforce, transportation logistics and low costs combine for an ideal location to launch or expand a business.
Spokane Valley has focused on a variety of industries that it is ideally suited to develop. These industries can benefit from the city’s business climate advantages, as well as a suite of incentive programs that are designed to meet their needs.
Available Property in Spokane Valley
The city is pleased to provide a list of office, industrial, and retail properties that are available for lease and/or purchase. These listings are intended to showcase available properties and are updated frequently. Visit these property pages to find something that meets your needs and be sure to contact us if you need more information.
Spokane Valley Business Resources
Spokane Valley partners with other economic development organizations in the region to promote unique workforce training programs, state and local incentives and financial opportunities, and small-business and entrepreneurial initiatives. The city works to ensure local businesses can connect to area professionals and mentors through workshops and virtual training.
A Rich Quality of Life
The valley, as locals refer to it, is perfectly positioned to enjoy the outdoors with endless opportunities to camp, ski, hunt, fish, swim or hike – all without venturing too far from the amenities of the city. Spokane Valley residents enjoy access to abundant parks and trails, the Spokane River and beautiful nearby lakes. With 260 days of sunshine a year, residents also have time to visit and enjoy the area’s affordable ski resorts and golf courses.
Spokane Valley is a growing city in eastern Washington where businesses and their employees experience a quality of life that makes them want to stay. From its early days of agricultural production to now hosting several major manufacturers and distributors in a variety of industries, the city is a significant part of the growing Spokane metro area. If you are considering launching or expanding a business, Spokane Valley offers access to skilled labor, a major interstate and two Class 1 railroads, reduced traffic, low taxes, streamlined permitting, and many other incentives.
The city's I-90 corridor offers multiple benefits – ease of access to commuters, multiple transportation systems, and nearby manufacturing, retail and health services.Learn More
Not only is Spokane County home to a sizable labor market, but the city is centrally located among several universities that offer advanced degrees and continuing education programs that benefit businesses.Learn More
Industrial and office parks are located throughout Spokane Valley offering a mix of move-in and development-ready sites to suit any business.Learn More
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Novation Inc. is a Spokane Valley aerospace manufacturer specializing in surface finishing and plating. :30
Business owners talk about finding success in Spokane Valley. 3.23
"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 ShopOutdoor recreation opportunities
If you are a neighbor, visitor and user of the fields and park areas at Plante’s Ferry Sports Complex, your…
The City of Spokane Valley congratulates these businesses and companies that have recently opened or are expanding, or announced that…
The Washington State Department of Commerce has announced a $350,000 grant to support expansion of a Spokane Valley-based clean tech…
Greater Spokane Inc. (GSI), in collaboration with the City of Spokane Valley and other community partners, has launched THRIVE Spokane,…
Amazon is constructing a 1.3 million-square-foot fulfillment center at 18007 E. Garland Ave., just west of Barker Road in Spokane…
Spokane Valley-based Crown West Realty LLC plans to develop a 600,000-square-foot, multibuilding industrial park on nearly 40 acres of vacant…
A new Tru hotel by Hilton has opened on a three-acre site at the northeast corner of Mansfield Avenue and…
Burlington has opened a new store in a 30,400-square-foot space at 15505 E. Broadway in Spokane Valley. The store opened…
The second phase of a multibuilding industrial development is underway at the Euclid Logistics Center, located near the corner of Fifth…
Spokane Metals LLC, a family-owned and -operated metal fabrication and manufacturing company currently based in Airway Heights, Wash., has announced…
Lunch and Learn Webinar: Five Lessons Learned Transforming a Company Culture This free virtual webinar is scheduled Wednesday, April 14,…
Events and activities
Spokane Valley is a great "jumping off" point for a variety of local and regional activities! Check out our calendar of events.