Spokesman for the Spokane County Economic Development Corporation Michael McDaniel says the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Thursday.
The bankruptcy filing was obtained by the Spokesperson.
The Spokane County Department of Economic Development said in a statement that the company had no assets and had been operating on a limited budget since September of 2017.
The company has been operating as CarRental Spokane, LLC since September 2017, according to the bankruptcy filing.
The Spokane County Corporation Office of Economic and Community Development said the company was created to lease and maintain private vehicles for commercial and recreational use in Spokane.
The county said it was not immediately clear how many cars were used.
In a separate bankruptcy filing, the Spokane Business Alliance said it had filed for bankruptcy protection and that the bankruptcy had not affected the businesses financial situation.
The business alliance said the business was looking to sell its fleet of trucks and SUVs.
It did not immediately return a call seeking comment.
Spokane Mayor John Switzer has said he plans to pursue legislation to provide incentives for private vehicles in Spokane that use public highways.
The city’s council approved a $25 million investment in a public transportation system in November.