Friday, November 6, 2009

A Couple Items From The City Of Spokane

- Eighth Ave. from Sunset Blvd. to Government Way has reopened to traffic. The street was closed as part of the Fish Lake Trail project, which is substantially complete.

- The leaf pickup schedule for Nov. 9 through Nov. 13 is as follows:

Monday, Nov. 9— Northwest Boulevard Area: South of Northwest Blvd. north of Maxwell Ave., east of Pettit Dr., and west of Monroe St.

Clark Park Area: south of Wellesley Ave., north of Garland Ave., west of Division St., and east of Wall St.

Indian Trail Area: South of Johansen Rd., north of Francis Ave., west of Cedar St., and east of Nine Mile Rd.

Northwest Terrace Area: South of the north City limits, north of Wellesley Ave., west of Assembly Rd./Nine Mile Rd., and east of the river.

Tuesday, Nov. 10— Northwest Boulevard Area: South of Northwest Blvd. north of Maxwell Ave., east of Pettit Dr., and west of Monroe St.

Clark Park Area: south of Wellesley Ave., north of Garland Ave., west of Division St., and east of Wall St.

Northwest Terrace Area: South of the north City limits, north of Wellesley Ave., west of Assembly Rd./Nine Mile Rd., and east of the river.

Westview Area: south of Francis Ave., north of Wellesley Ave., west of A St., and east of Assembly St.

Wednesday, Nov. 11— West Central Area: South of Maxwell Ave., north of Bridge Ave., west of Washington St., and east of the river.

Hillyard Area: South of Francis Ave., north of Wellesley Ave., west of Greene St., and east of Perry St.

Westview Area: South of Francis Ave., north of Wellesley Ave., west of A St., and east of Assembly St.

Thursday, Nov. 12—West Central Area: South of Maxwell Ave., north of Bridge Ave., west of Washington St., and east of the river.

Hillyard Area: south of Francis Ave., north of Wellesley Ave., west of Greene St., and east of Perry St.

Friday, Nov. 13— West Central Area: South of Maxwell Ave., north of Bridge Ave., west of Washington St., and east of the river.

Hillyard Area: South of Francis Ave., north of Wellesley Ave., west of Greene St., and east of Perry St.

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