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The City of Liberty Lake is now accepting applications for 2020 Lodging Tax Fund Grants for Special Events and Projects.
Applications are due on November 15, 2019 and applicants only need to complete one application to be eligible for consideration.
View the 2019 Proposed Budget.
Currently, the City owns and operates four parks, Town Square Park, Orchard Park (new in 2019), Pavillion Park and Rocky Hill Park, and there are multiple other neighborhood parks, pocket parks, and open space areas located within City limits.
Our October Newsletter is here - take a look at all the events we have lined up!
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES THAT: Liberty Lake Mayor Steve Peterson presented the City of Liberty Lake’s 2020 proposed budget at the regularly-scheduled 7:00 p.m. City Council meeting October 15, 2019, and by said date and t...
LIBERTY LAKE – On 9/30/19 work began on a project to remove asphalt and install a new overlay on the road surface between Appleway Ave and the Mission Roundabout on Harvard Road. Commonly this is called the Harvard Road bridg...
Updated on April 25,2019
For the full document click City Development Code (PDF)
For specific sections click on the following:
Zoning and SAP overlay map
Table of Contents
Chapter 1- Introduction and Definitions
Chapter 2 - Requi...
Click here for the full document (it may take a few minutes to download) Comprehensive Plan
Table of Contents and Overview Narrative
Ch.1 River District Definitions (Article 10-1C)
Ch.2 River District Residential Code (Article 10-2C)
Ch 2 River District Mixed-Use Code (Article 10-2M)
Ch 2 River District Commercial Code (Articl...
Learn about the Strategies here:
Click here for a copy of the full plan with strategies and tasks.
Documentation on real and projected population growth for the City. Completed in 2018.
Click here for the full report
Click here for the full 2014-2015 Parks Recreation Open Space and Trails Plan Update.
Adopted 2019-2024 Capital Facilities Plan
Ordinance No. 252 Adopting the 2019-2024 Capital Facilities Plan
Click here for full Network Analysis Report
Master Plan Map
To view public notices for project permits currently under review, visit /196/Public-Notices.
HARVARD ROAD BRIDGE CLOSURE UPDATE!