Spokane Sector is responsible for 308 miles of international border with Canada. Our vast area of responsibility extends from the Cascade Mountain Range, eastward through Idaho and into western Montana near Glacier National Park. Agents in Spokane Sector are responsible for 305 miles of rugged and often remote land border and 3 miles of water border. Within Spokane Sector are several pristine wilderness areas, desert, agricultural land and cities all adjacent to the border.
Spokane Sector consists of seven Border Patrol stations across three states. Stations located in Washington include: Spokane Sector Headquarters, Oroville, Curlew, Colville and Metaline Falls. Located in Idaho is the Bonners Ferry station. Stations located in Montana include: Eureka and Whitefish.