Spokane Pride to paint a street honoring Pride Month in Spokane

SPOKANE, Wash. — June designates Pride Month in the U.S., and Spokane Pride wants your say in their next big project.

Partnering with local nonprofits that serve the LGBTQIA2S+ community, Spokane Pride is advocating for the first-ever rainbow painted crosswalks in Spokane through #proudlycrossing.

This year marks 30 years of the celebration of Pride in Spokane, and through #proudlycrossing, Spokane Pride wants to find more ways to increase the visibility of the LGBTQIA2S+ community.

As a result, Spokane Pride wants you to pick which street should be painted.

The four options painting streets include Monroe Street at Northwest Boulevard and the Monroe Street crosswalk, downtown Spokane at the crosswalk of Spokane Falls Boulevard and Howard Street near the yellow Riverfront sign, South Perry Street between South Perry Street and 10th street and the Garland District at Post Street and Garland Avenue.

To make your vote, GO HERE to the Spokane Pride website.