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neighborhood overview

The Hangman or, more properly named, Latah Valley was formed primarily during the Quaternary period by periods of glaciating and a series of Great Lake Missoula floods that carved out the existing alluvial landscape. This left the valley with a naturally beautiful setting of sheer basalt outcroppings, sandy bluffs, cliffs, rich, deep valley soils which are among the region’s most fertile, and Latah Creek itself. The creek flows northwest from the Rocky Mountains to Spokane, where it meanders through Latah Valley before emptying into the Spokane River. The mouth of the creek at the Spokane River is located just beyond the neighborhood’s northern border.

Residents love the character of the neighborhood including its housing stock and tree-lined streets. The neighborhood is safe, clean, friendly, and is in close proximity to Downtown. Neighbors enjoy the community oriented feel of the neighborhood and participate in annual block parties and holiday events put on the by Eagle Ridge Homeowner’s Association. The neighborhood is lined with craftsman style homes that are connected by quality streets that offer bike routes. Accessibility to trails, parks and natural features such as rock walls, bluffs, and the river creates a perfect urban/rural blend.





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Wilson Elementary School

Jefferson Elementary School

sacajawea middle School

lewis & clark high School

marycliff High School

climate and average temperatures

❄️ Winter Low in January: 18° F

Snow: 46 inches per year

☀️ Summer High in July: 79° F

🌧️ Rain: 16 inches per year

local favorites

We love to support local businesses! Here are few of Latah/Hangman'favorites.

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Rosauers Supermarket

907 W 14th Ave, Spokane

Huckleberry's market

926 S Monroe St, Spokane

Quadra K Meats

2115 W 44th Ave, Spokane

Bottle Bay Brewing Co.

503 1/2 E 30th Ave, Spokane

Peter Shiva Wood Carving

5421 Cheney Spokane Rd, Spokane

Rocket Bakery

1301 W 14th Ave, Spokane

things to do

  • Take a bike ride or walk through the Centennial Trail.
  • Go picnicking at nearby parks, most notably, Grandview Park, Eagle Ridge Pines Park, Splash Pad Water Park, and John Finch Arboretum.
  • Go hiking and appreciate nature at Hangman Creek Natural Area, High Drive Viewing Point, Marshall Bluffs and The Ridge.

the food scene

Spokane is home to many amazing restaurants and food places. Here are some of Latah/Hangman's bests.

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The Elk

1931 W Pacific Ave, Spokane

Rocket Bakery

1301 W 14th Ave, Spokane

Frank's Diner

1516 W 2nd Ave, Spokane

Chaps Coffee Co

4237 Cheney Spokane Rd, Spokane

Latah Bistro

4241 Cheney Spokane Rd, Spokane


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