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Spokane Valley Reviews
Rating 3.89 out of 5 255 reviews
I love how it is away from the coty but still has all the resources I need nearby. There are still a few homeless people and I did get robbed the first year of being a resident here. The locals are welcoming but this state is very liberal. I love the valley becusse its so close to Idaho. The valley also has a bunch of great coffee shops and little mini malls. Winco is just down the road and walmart too. Gas prices suck compared to North Dakota but the minimum wage is more than ID'S. There always seems to be an accident on maple street going towards spokane and so it makes traffic hard to get by sometimes.
I grew up in Spokane Valley and it is a wonderful city. It is separate from the City of Spokane with it's own counsel and government. I love that is close to so many amenities and such as the Spokane River that flows right through the middle of town, the small mountains for hiking and beautiful views from up high. It is a great town to grow and thrive in. There is a great balance between corporately owed company locations as well as locally owned businesses that have expansion opportunity.
Spokane Valley is okay. I definitely don't want to stay here my entire life because there aren't very many nice people here. When there is a nice person, they are almost always a random person at a store.
There are hidden gems within Spokane Valley and Spokane that make it a beautiful place to live. Manito Park and the Centennial Trail are just a couple examples of places that you wouldn't expect to find here. Manito Park has unreal gardens that look as though they belong to a movie. The Centennial Trail is just an amazing trail that stretches out into Idaho that follows around the Spokane River and is perfect for running on or taking a stroll with a child and/or pet.
I have had an amazing time in the Spokane community. Everybody I've met has been extremely kind and inviting and very helpful with whatever I need. The weather is everything an outdoors enthusiast needs. We get all four seasons in extremes and the outdoor opportunities are fantastic here.
Spokane Valley is in the heart of award winning Central Valley School District. Small town feel with family oriented people. Top notch medical care within minutes. Safe to raise kiddos.
I love Spokane Valley! You get everything here from city to suburb to a little bit of country. You can find everything you need in Spokane Valley!
Beautiful scenery and friendly neighbors! What an upgrade from the Arizona desert where neighbors kept to themselves and it felt like no one really cared.
its a good place to live with family as well as work. It's not a very busy area so if your looking for a relaxed place to live this is a good place.
Spokane Valley is a wonderful place to live. There is a great variety of shops around the town and plenty of recreational activities both indoor and outdoor for all ages to enjoy.
It is a great place to live. There is lots to do and great schools to attend. There are many lake to enjoy and many. moutain biking trails to do.
Spokane is a fairly nice town but plenty of good people. The amount of litter at parks and people just not caring is astounding, but I've never lived anywhere else so it could be worse at other places. However, the community is great, and once you weed out everything that needs major improvements, Spokane is a great place to live in.
Spokane is great. Politics are largely controlled by the west side which stinks when we are vary different.
It is right on the outskirts of a major WA city and so it is the perfect place to live if you're trying to work in Spokane or Idaho as its right in the middle.
It’s like living in the country but close to the city. People are very friendly and caring. Crime is minimal.very little traffic or noise.
I love this city. I feel safe and at home. There isn’t much crime and it’s beautiful. There are a lot of things to do
When moving to the spokane area I heard a lot of great things about living in the valley. I didn't really believe it until I made the move and everything I had been told came true.