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North Monroe Business District

Established 2006

Momentum is growing on North Monroe, with diverse businesses and renewed energy bolstered by a rich history. We invite you to GET TO KNOW MONROE and the companies, organizations, and entrepreneurs that call it home. Visit often and keep in touch. See you around the corridor!


Mission Statement

"To create an identity around and foster a thriving business district on North Monroe that excites the residents of Spokane, unites our voice within the City, and promotes the growth of our business members."
 

As a growing effort, the North Monroe Business District is finding it's stride. We're getting business owners and stakeholders together to enhance the corridor and create an informational resource for those who live, work, and visit within and near the district. This "Know Monroe" Website and the social media channels connected to it are kept up by a volunteer effort, and as such are still being built out and refined. If you would like to participate in the efforts, please connect with us through our current Board of Directors or knowmonroe@gmail.com

Meeting times are currently variable, as we try to accommodate the diverse schedules of our members. If you own or operate a business in the North Monroe Business District, please fill out our Membership Form to be added to our mailing list and business directory, and we look forward to connecting!

Board of Directors

BOARD CHAIR, Megan Kennedy

Rogue Heart Media, Inc.

megan@rogueheartmedia.com

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VICE-CHAIR, Bri Musser

Bellwether Brewing Co.

bellwetherbrewingco@gmail.com

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TREASURER, Gene Brake

Corbin Park Area / Historic Home Specialist

gene@genebrake.com

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SECRETARY, Shauna Douglass-Parkin

Lilac City Acupuncture PLLC

lilaccityacupuncture@gmail.com

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MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR,
Gina Campbell

1889 Salvage Co.

1889salvageco@gmail.com

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COMMUNICATION DIRECTOR,
Carol Byrnes

Diamonds in the Ruff

ditr_training@hotmail.com

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SPECIAL EVENTS DIRECTOR,

Dave Musser

Bellwether Brewing Co.

bellwetherbrewingco@gmail.com


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Emerson–Garfield Neighborhood Council

We are situated at the heart of historic Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood, which was one of the first neighborhoods to be officially recognized by the City of Spokane. Its all-volunteer neighborhood council—composed of residents, business owners and community leaders—actively collaborates with businesses, schools, faith-based institutions and other organizations to bring about positive grassroots change and constantly improve the quality of life in Emerson-Garfield.

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Emerson–Garfield Farmers' Market

The Emerson-Garfield Farmers' Market launched in 2013 as a joint initiative of the Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council and Project Hope Spokane. Its aim is to make healthy, locally grown and produced food affordable and accessible for everyone while also serving as a regular, fun community event in the North Monroe Business District. The market runs every Friday from June through September, and traditionally concludes with a festive end-of-harvest cider press event!

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Corbin Senior Activity Center

Not to be confused with the Corbin Art Center, the nonprofit Corbin Senior Activity Center is a gathering place, formal event venue and vital resource for individuals of all ages in Northwest Spokane. The center is located just a few blocks east of North Monroe and hosts dinners, live entertainment, hobbyist circles and clubs, fairs, health screenings, information and outreach sessions, as well as monthly meetings of the Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council. Their Mission Statement reads: Corbin Senior Activity Center provides multi-generational programs and services that enhance the health, happiness and well-being of the community.