Friday, March 20, 2015

Spokane City Construction Projects

Garden park booster station rehabilitation on 37th Ave.- This project will rehabilitate the existing booster station. A full road closure on 37TH between Lee and Altamont  will occur Monday, March 23 for approximately four weeks for installation of a transmission main and connection to the new Booster Station. The detour is Crestline to Thurston to Regal.

CSO 6, control facility and integrated interceptor, from Kiernan Ave. to Northwest Blvd.
- Northwest Boulevard will be closed from H St. to Garland St. for installation of a 900,000 gallon stormwater storage facility.  The short detour route for this project is along G Street and Garland Street.

2014 Arterial Curb Ramp projects resume- This project to replace sidewalk curbs and ramps resumed on March 9 on Monroe Street at the intersections of Queen and Everett. Traffic control will be in place for signal lane closures starting on the west side of Monroe at these intersections. The work is scheduled to take approximately 12 days. There will be some delays. 

East Sprague Ave. CSO Basin 33-2 Control Facility- This project will construct a combined sewer overflow facility on City property across from the City’s Sewer Maintenance Facility. One lane will be open in each direction on Sprague from Scott St. to the Hamilton Overpass. Beginning Monday, February 23rd northbound and southbound Sprague Way (NOT Sprague Ave.) will be closed through May 15.

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