Centennial Trail Medallions
Thousands of generous individuals, families and organizations purchased bronze medallions in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s to raise capital funds to build our beloved Spokane River Centennial Trail. They are embedded in concrete along the Trail and commemorate loved ones, honor special events and celebrate accomplishments. We honor their intent and memories they represent.
As you visit your Centennial Trail and look for your medallion, please refer to the medallion list and map to reference its location.
- Spokane River Centennial Trail Medallions
- Spokane River Centennial Trail Downtown Medallion Map
*** 2019 UPDATE*** Due to the rash of medallion thefts along the Centennial Trail, City of Spokane Parks and Recreation Department began removing and safely storing remaining medallions in November. They have committed to including medallion replicas in the new railing of the soon-to-be renovated Don Kardong Bridge. Design plans are underway for the bridge and will be shared with our members, partners and friends here on this website page and in our e-news flashes. Please sign up to receive our e-news on our Press Room page so we may keep you informed; click this link to join!