Information on NL Fire EMS LEVY on the ballot February 2019

Welcome

Newman Lake is located 21 miles East of Downtown Spokane Washington and just 5 miles North of Interstate 90. Nine miles of shoreline covering 1,400 acres the lake area is wooded with pines and fir trees making Newman Lake an ideal area for family homes both summer and year-round.
Kelli Lemley Named Volunteer of the Year!

Kelli Lemley Named Volunteer of the Year!

Congratulations to Newman Lake Fire Auxiliary President Kelli McCollim Bader Lemley for being named Volunteer of the Year by Newman Lake Fire and Rescue. This award is well deserved for all you do, and the community is awfully proud of you!

NL Clean Up Day – April 21st 8am-1pm

NL Clean Up Day – April 21st 8am-1pm

Clean Up Day Sponsored by NLPOA The Annual Newman Lake Clean Up Day is Saturday, April 21 from 8 a.m. until approximately noon. Come to the old fire station (on West Newman Lake Drive just west of Starr Road) to pick up bags and gloves and chose a section of roadway...

NL History Night 3.14.18 6:30pm

NL History Night 3.14.18 6:30pm

You’re invited to the first (hopefully) annual Newman Lake History Night on Wednesday, March 14 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Newman Lake Tri Community Grange, 25025 Heather Lane, just north of the intersection of Trent and Starr roads. The History Night will feature a...

Newman Lake, WA

Important Contact Information

Emergency Response – Call 9-1-1
Crime Check – Phone:  (509) 456-2233 to report any unusual activity
Newman Lake Fire & Rescue – Phone:  (509) 226-1482 · (509) 226-5384
Newman Lake S.C.O.P.E. – Sheriff Community Oriented Policing Effort.  Phone:  (509) 226-4357
Inland Power & Light – Phone – (509) 747-7151.  Power outage report line (877) 668-8243.  Website Link to report and monitor power outages.
Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife – Spokane Office –  (509) 892-1001 for assistance with wildlife encounters – moose, cougars, etc
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