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Martha Lou Wheatley-Billeter, MPA
Public Works Information and Outreach Manager
Office: 509-477-7195

Road Closure Update for Public Works

SPOKANE COUNTY, March 13, 2017 – With moderate to heavy rainfall and warmer temperatures in the forecast for eastern Washington and northern Idaho, the water level in several creeks and streams is rising to flood stage.
Spokane County Public Works reports additional road closures from washouts.
CLOSED:                     3-13-17 11:30 AM
                                     Campbell Road from Elder Rd. to Stoughton Rd.
                                     Undermining causing washout.
CLOSED:                     3-10-17, 7:45 PM
                                     Orchard Bluff Road from Dunn Rd. to Big Meadows Rd.
                                     Run-off washed out road
OPEN:                        3-10-17, 4:45 PM
CLOSED:                     3-9-17, 7:20 PM
                                      Blanchard Road from Chapman Rd to Ross Creek Rd
CLOSED:                     3-10-17, 3:20 PM
                                      Harvard Road from Elder Rd. to Stringham Rd.
                                      Creek running over road, washing out road
CLOSED (Cont.):         3-9-17, 3:20 PM
                                       Latah Creek Road from Valley Chapel Rd. south to the dead end
CLOSED (Cont.):         2-22-17
                                    Ross Creek Road from Blanchard Rd. north to Pend Oreille County line.
                                    Conklin Road from Deer Creek Rd. to Tallman Rd.
CLOSED (Cont.):         2-18-17
                                    Elder Road from Jackson Rd. to Madison Rd.
CLOSED (Cont.):         2-17-17
                                    Kellogg Road approximately one mile off Hwy. 206 at end of road
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