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What makes Spokane a unique place to live?
Spokane is the 2nd most populated city in Washington state. Only 20 miles from the Idaho border at an elevation of 1,843 feet above sea level, Spokane's weather is drier and more extreme than you see on the west side of the state. Spokane gets about 44 inches of snow a year, 171 sunny days, and only 17 inches of rain. Residents enjoy the river running through the heart of downtown Spokane and the unique, old buildings, restaurants and entertainment options. Commuters see less traffic congestion compared to other similar sized cities.
What employment opportunities are in Spokane?
Spokane's largest employers include: Amazon, Clearwater Paper, CPM Inland, Ecova, Frontier Behavorial Health, Gonzaga University and the US Air Force. There are many agribusiness opportunities, healthcare, and manufacturing jobs.
Where did Spokane, WA get its name?
Named after its first residents, the Native Americans referred to as the Spokanes, which means "Children of the Sun." In 1881 the city was called Spokan Falls. An "e" was added two years later, then the "falls" was dropped in 1891.