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

Water Levels Dropping - More Roads Reopen

SPOKANE COUNTY, April 11, 2017 – While more rain is in the forecast this week, water levels are quickly dropping. 
OPEN:            4-11-17, 7:00 AM
CLOSED:        3-9-17, 3:20 PM
                        Latah Creek Road from Valley Chapel Rd. south to dead end.
OPEN:             4-10-17, 2:00PM
CLOSED:         3-29-17, 1:20 PM
OPEN:             3-28-17, 5:00 PM
CLOSED:         3-22-17, 3:15 PM
                        Starr Road from Moffat Rd. to Hauser Lake Rd.
                         Deep water across road.
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