Spokane is a city of more than 10 million people.

Its geographic size is more than 2,000 square miles, and its population is around 1.3 million.

The city is home to the Spokane Falls metro area, the Spokane River Valley, the western part of the Spokane metro area and the city of Spokane.

In 2008, the city was awarded a $400 million federal stimulus grant.

Spokane was also awarded a large number of state tax credits and grants from the federal stimulus, including the Community Development Block Grant Program, the Community Infrastructure Investment Program and the Federal Economic Development and Job Creation Program.

The City of Spokane is a state-designated local government in the United States, which was established in 1892.

The Spokane Falls metropolitan area is home in part to the city’s water system, the Cascade Locks National Recreation Area and the Western Watershed.