Monday, July 16, 2012

City of Spokane Meetings/Projects for this Week

  • A public open house will discuss a project to rehabilitate 44th Avenue from Regal to Ray streets. The open house will be held on Wednesday, July 18, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at ESD 101, 4204 S. Regal St.

  • A project to pave Dalke Avenue from Myrtle to Freya streets begins Monday, July 16. The project will pave Dalke Ave. from Myrtle to Freya streets; and Myrtle St. from Dalke to Francis avenues and install curbs and sidewalks. All streets will be closed to traffic. Local access will be maintained.
  • The project to rehabilitate Lidgerwood St. from North to Francis avenues and surrounding residential streets will restart on Monday, July 16. Addison St. from Rowan to Columbia avenues will then be closed to motorists. Motorists will be detoured to Lidgerwood or Division streets. Lidgerwood St. from North to Francis avenues is paved and open. The project will rehabilitate Lidgerwood St. from Joseph to Francis avenues; Addison St. from Rowan to Columbia avenues; Columbia Ave. from Lidgerwood St. to the cul-de-sac; Standard St. from North to Columbia avenues; and Joseph and Nebraska avenues from Lidgerwood to Cincinnati streets.

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