Monday, October 3, 2016

Centennial Trail Work Starts Next Monday

Military Cemetery Mile 28
One section of the Centennial Trail, near the
Military Cemetery trailhead, that needs asphalt
removed and replaced.
Spokane's Centennial Trail is getting some major repairs this month. Starting Monday, Oct. 10, surface repairs, tree and root removal, pavement removal and replacement, concrete repair and crack sealing will be underway. The work will happen Monday through Friday and there could be some intermittent trail closures. Signs will be in place at access points along the trail to notify users of closures ahead.

Crews will work east to west, starting at the Idaho state line and finishing up in Nine Mile Falls. Work will continue through November but is weather dependent.

More information on the work is on the Spokane County Public Works website at 
http://www.spokanecounty.org/257/Public-Works.

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