Elk, Washington

  • Elk, Washington is an unincorporated rural community about 25 minutes north of Spokane on Highway 2. Criss-crossed by back roads and dotted with farms, this small community was named after the elk herds in the area, and has been populated since the early 1890s. During the wind storms of summer 2014, the Elk-Chatteroy-Riverside area sustained a lot damage from falling trees. The area is still wooded with large stands of pines, many of which are near to homes. If you have a dangerous tree near your Elk, Washington home, give The Tree Service a call for a consultation. Removing dangerous trees before the next wind storm could save you thousands of dollars.

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