Thursday, August 16, 2012

City Of Spokane Projects That Are Starting Or Wrapping Up


  • The project to rehabilitate Columbia Ave. from Post to Division streets and surrounding residential streets is complete, and the streets have reopened to traffic. Crews will complete final detail work next week, which may cause minor traffic obstructions.

    Work on the project included rehabilitating Atlantic St. from Joseph to Columbia avenues; Calispel St. from Joseph to Francis avenues; Franklin Ct. from Calispel to Atlantic streets; Howard St. from Rowan to Joseph avenues; Joseph, Nebraska, and Columbia avenues from Post to Division streets; Normandie St. from Nebraska to Dalke avenues; Post St. from Rowan to Dalke avenues; Rowan Ave. from Wall to Whitehouse streets; and Stevens, Washington, and Whitehouse streets from Rowan to Columbia avenues.

    The $2.6 million project was funded by the 10-Year Street Bond and Wastewater Department.
  • A project to turn Wall St. from Third to Riverside avenues into a two-way street from a one-way is set to begin on Monday. Traffic signals will be added. Wall St. from Riverside to Sprague avenues will be closed, and Wall from Sprague to Third avenues will have lane restrictions.

    This $484,000 project is being funded by Spokane Transit Authority (STA).
  • A project to replace water transmission mains begins Monday, Aug. 20. New mains will go in Eighth and Ninth avenues from Division to Cowley streets; Eighth Ave. from Chandler to Hatch streets; Chandler St. from Eighth to Ninth avenues. Work also includes some landscaping and installation of a concrete stairway and hand railings at Chandler St. from Eighth to Ninth avenues as well as tying in to the water line that was completed last year. Ninth Ave. from Division to Cowley streets; and Cowley St. from Ninth to Eighth avenues will be closed. Drivers will be detoured to Rockwood Blvd. onto McClellan St. and then onto Seventh Ave.

    The $2 million project is being funded by the Water Department.

1 comment:

Spokane tim jones said...

This is a good news. Well hopefully tall of these would be completed and implemented. I have a friend there in Spokane and I'm sure he would be happy to know the development.

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