The City of Spokane Valley has a population of about 107,000. The Spokane-Spokane Valley Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) has a population of about 593,466 (July 2021).
Spokane Valley is also a border community with Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. The Coeur d'Alene MSA as of 2022 is 183,578, bring the total combined population in the Spokane-Coeur d'Alene corridor to more than 775,000 people.
Spokane Valley host 43,000 households with an average household annual income of $69,800 (March 2021). The city is home to a labor force of more than 51,000. Please view the schematic on this page for additional county information.
The Spokane Community Indicators website also provides comprehensive demographic data for the city and surrounding region, including labor force, demographics, consumer spending, wages and housing information.
For additional demographics on Spokane Valley and Washington state, visit:
United States Census Bureau (USCB) The United States Census Bureau offers information on social characteristics such as housing, race, households and families. View Spokane Valley's and Washington State's data.
QuickFacts by the USCB provides information on people, business and geography, displayable in tables, charts, and maps combinations.
Washington State Office of Financial Management This department provides the city's official population estimate and housing data. This information, updated each year on April 1, is cited in statutes that use population as criteria for fund allocations, eligibility or program operations.
The Washington State Employment Security Department This department is responsible for data and analysis of the state's employment condition, economy, job market and workforce. Its site is home to reports on monthly employment, occupation information, industry trends and more.