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About Spokane

Spokane is a city in Spokane County, Washington. It covers 59 square miles. The name “Spokane” means “children of the sun.” The city of Spokane was incorporated in 1881.

Spokane has a population of 217,000 people. It is the second most populous city in the state. The city has over 17,000 military veterans. Around 97% of the people in Spokane are United States citizens, compared to 93% of people nationwide. 

The racial composition of Spokane is 82% white, 6% Hispanic, 3% Asian, and 2% black. Around 7% of residents were born in a foreign country, and 9% speak a language other than English at home. Spokane has 4,400 Spanish speakers, 3,700 Russian speakers, and 1,400 Vietnamese speakers.

People in Spokane take home an average yearly salary of $25,400. The median household income is $43,300. Nearly 20% of Spokane residents live in poverty.

Mental Health in Spokane

Drug addiction and overdose are important issues in Spokane County. The most common drug associated with overdose deaths in Spokane County is methamphetamine. This drug was linked to 46 deaths in 2017. That same year, alcohol was implicated in 17 deaths, while heroin was linked with 16.

Reports from the Spokane County Medical Examiner indicate the trend of drug-related deaths may be reversing in Washington State. In 2017, 75 people in Spokane County died from accidental drug overdose. This is the lowest figure in three years and a 35% decrease from 2016. 


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