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Friday Afternoon E-Traffic Alert

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Traffic Obstructions AND LANE CLOSURES

  • The following streets will be closed for filming:
  • Friday, Feb. 19, Jefferson St. from Second to First avenues from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Saturday, Feb. 20, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Riverside Ave. from Washington to Stevens streets; and First Ave. from Cedar to Madison streets. Additionally, in the afternoon Riverside Ave. from Stevens to Browne streets; and Bernard St. from Main to Sprague avenues will have intermittent closures and flaggers will be in place.
  • Sunday, Feb. 21, from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. Riverside Ave. from Lincoln to Wall streets; and Post St. from Main to Sprague avenues.
  • The Lincoln St. at Riverside Ave. intersection will have lane closures Monday – Thursday, Feb. 22 through 25, from 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day so Avista crews can work on utilities.  
  • City of Spokane Street Department crews will be:
    • Grading dirt streets.
    • Monitoring streets for ice and snow.
      • Repairing potholes. Call 625-7733 to report a pothole; please include the location and approximate size of the hole.  

 

WATER WORK FOR THE WEEK OF FEB. 22

City water crews have scheduled the following work for the coming week. Street obstructions are possible.

 Water Service Repairs: 

 

  • 1028 W. Mansfield Ave.
  • 2827 N. Martin St.
  • 1104 E. 34th Ave.
  • 1103 W. Sprague Ave.
  • Sinto Ave. & Madison St.

 

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