A few useful links and resources…
- Elected Officials
- Waste Management
- Real Estate
- Industrial Park
- DP Municipal Airport
City of Deer Park — http://www.cityofdeerparkwa.com/
Spokane County Government — http://www.spokanecounty.org/
Spokane County Commissioners — http://www.spokanecounty.org/Commissioners/
Spokane County Building and Permitting — http://www.spokanecounty.org/bp
Spokane County Sheriff – Crime Map – http://communitycrimemap.com/?address=Spokane,WA&zoom=11
Stevens County Government — http://www.co.stevens.wa.us/
Stevens County Land Services Department — http://www.co.stevens.wa.us/landservices/building_division.php
State of Washington — http://access.wa.gov/
Spokane County — http://www.spokanecounty.org/923/Elected-Officials
Stevens County —http://www.co.stevens.wa.us/eofficals/eofficals.htm
U.S. and Washington State — http://app.leg.wa.gov/districtfinder/
Deer Park and Unincorporated Spokane County: Waste Management Corporation – 1.877.466.4668
Unincorporated Stevens County/NW Spokane County: Sunshine Disposal and Recycling – 509.924.5678
Bill Cogan – (509)-481-0649, http://realestatemarketplc.com
Ericks Realty — (509) 276-2919, http://www.ericksrealty.com/
Gwen Arrand – (509) 496-4363, [email protected]
Jane Reilly – (509) 951-1143, janereilly.realestatemarketplc.com
Jennifer Shorts Real Estate – 509-991-5636, http://www.jennifershorts.com/
Park Plaza Shopping Center – (208) 215 8644, http://nw.cencomprop.com/
Real Estate Marketplace NW Inc.— (509) 276-5445, (http://realestatemarketplc.com)
Real Estate Trends and Advice Blog: (www.realestatemarketplc.com/my-blog )
Top Agent Team -(509)-828-2668, http://www.topagentteam.com/
Warren Schick – (509)-998-6706. http://realestatemarketplc.com ,
With construction and infrastructure complete, Deer Park’s Light Industrial Park is ready!
This is a huge opportunity for the Deer Park community as the City of Deer Park continues to receive multiple business inquiries from expanding businesses interested in developing new operations in the Deer Park community. Located adjacent to the Deer Park Municipal Airport, the light industrial park is ready to meet all your business needs. We are fortunate to already have two employers beginning construction in the light industrial park. Knight Construction and Avista have each started construction. It is estimated that over 30 new jobs will be realized in Deer Park due to Knight Construction’s planned operations growth alone.
With Spokane County’s Economic Development progress in attracting new businesses to our greater Spokane County area, the realization of Deer Park’s Business & Industrial Center bringing new jobs to our community, and all of the benefits for existing local businesses that is created as a result of these activities, there has not been a better time to develop and grow a business in Deer Park.
The Deer Park Municipal Airport was built during World War II. In the late 1950’s the City of Deer Park worked closely with the U.S. Air Force to preserve the airport’s main runways to meet future domestic and commercial aviation needs. Uses at the airport have gradually grown since the 1960’s. In addition to serving as a base for many private pilots, the airport hosts an number of aviation related businesses. The airport also serves as a fire tanker base during the summer fire season, offering the surrounding community quick response to fire events. In recent years there has been an increase in the number of business jets using the airport as an alternative to Spokane International Airport and Felts Field. The State of Washington has designated the Deer Park Municipal Airport as a Regional Service airport due to its size and proximity to population density.
The City of Deer Park’s newly completed Light Industrial Park is adjacent to the Deer Park Municipal Airport.
For more information about the Deer Park Municipal Airport, contact Darold Schultz Airport Manager: 509.276.3379 OR 509.999.5835. Send emails to [email protected]
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