Friday, July 6, 2012

Spokane City Construction Projects Starting Next Week

A project to realign sewer mains to improve flow will begin on Monday, July 9. Litchfield Pl. from Daisy Pl. to A St.; A St. from Queen to Central avenues; Crown Ave. from Milton to A streets; and Rowan Ave. from Loma Dr. to Audubon St. will be closed to traffic. Drivers will be detoured to Queen, Everett, and Rowan avenues, Alberta, Belt, and Audubon streets, or Loma Dr. This $324,000 project is being funded by the Wastewater Department.

A project to rehabilitate Jefferson St. from Wellesley to Rowan avenues and surrounding residential streets is scheduled to begin on Wednesday, July 11. The project will rehabilitate Jefferson St. from Wellesley to Rowan avenues and surrounding streets including Adams St. from Wellesley to Rowan avenues; and Madison St. from Wellesley to Rowan avenues; and Wabash Ave. from Maple to Madison streets will be rehabilitated. Also the stormwater system will be upgraded to improve performance and maintenance, and ADA curb ramps will be installed at intersections where needed. All streets will be closed to traffic. The $908,000 project is being funded by the 10-Year Street Bond and Wastewater Department.

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