Boundary map of Cliff Cannon Neighborhood North: I-90, South: mostly 16th Ave south of alley, West: Latah Creek bluff, East: Cowley Street.

The Cliff-Cannon Neighborhood is a cornerstone Spokane neighborhood, rich in architectural tradition, history, and wonderfully diverse neighbors! It is an active and engaged neighborhood because we love living here.  We encourage you to consider Cliff-Cannon Neighborhood as place to make your home too.  We have four beautiful public parks.  Our neighborhood is walkable and convenient to downtown. We are the home neighborhood for the city’s hospital district; Sacred Heart Hospital, Deaconess Hospital, Shriner’s Hospital for Children, St Luke’s Rehabilitation. Many other major medical provider facilities are located here.

The Cliff-Cannon Neighborhood falls within Spokane City Council District #2 . Our council representatives are

Lori Kinnear, City Council Member, District 2
Term: 2020-2023

Betsy Wilkerson, City Council Member, District 2
Term: 2022-2025

Residents of Cliff-Cannon have many opportunities to become involved in neighborhood events and decisions. Any resident of the Cliff-Cannon Neighborhood can volunteer to participate in the Neighborhood Council. We encourage you to become an active member of your neighborhood. Meetings are the first Tuesday of the month at 7p.m at the Old Firehouse at W 8th Ave and Monroe.  There are no neighborhood meetings scheduled in November, July, and August. The June meeting is a potluck picnic in the Polly Judd Park, date TBA.

We have a FaceBook page, Cliff Cannon Neighborhood. Like us and keep up with meetings and events. We also try to post on NextDoor.

Plymouth Congregational Church at 8th and Walnut.  Built as a synagogue.  Just one of hundreds of historic buildings in the neighborhood.
Old fashioned blooming trees and bushes abound in the spring
Potluck Picnic Meeting in June at Polly Judd Park picnic shelter.
Potluck and Free food at the block party; goodies and really fun food too.
1500-2000 people attend the family friendly block party each year around the third weekend of September. Live music, lots of free food, a pot luck, community group booths, meet the politicians, firemen and kids activities. FUN