US 2/Spokane Sidewalk Work-
Be alert for lane restrictions from 6 p.m. until 6 a.m. weeknights on Division and Ruby between Olive Street and Euclid. Work should wrap up early the week of June 19.

I-90/Latah Creek Bridge to Altamont in Spokane- WSDOT maintenance on-off ramp sweeping on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 21-22, between 4 a.m. and 6 a.m., then from 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., be alert for some lane and/or ramp restrictions.

I-90/Division Street to Altamont Street- Repair bridge joints and bridge approach concrete slabs. Eastbound I-90 is reduced to 2 lanes from Division Street to Altamont Street. The Altamont eastbound off-ramp is closed until June 23rd.  The eastbound Altamont on-ramp will also be closed Monday through Friday from 3-7:30 p.m. Eastbound drivers should expect slow traffic, congestion, and delays, especially during commute hours and should seek alternate routes. All lanes are planned to be open by June 23rd for Hoopfest.

I-90 Eastbound/Liberty Lake Interchange- Liberty Lake Road restoration. Be alert for congestion and delays at the I-90 eastbound on and off ramps, Appleway, and Liberty Lake Road intersection.

NSC-US 395/Spokane River to Francis- Work includes curb & sidewalk work on city streets immediately adjacent to the NSC right of way, in the vicinity of Market Street. Drainage work is also included. Short-term lane restrictions on Market near Liberty Ave. NSC-US 395/North of Spokane River- North of the Spokane River adjacent to Greene Street, between Jackson and Marietta Avenues, the city of Spokane is placing surplus fill material for future NSC construction. Marietta Avenue is closed.

US 395/Little Spokane River Bridge Joint Replacement- Traffic will be reduced to one lane each direction for this work and remain one-lane for 13 days while crews work to repair the expansion joint on the north end of the old bridge. The southbound lane will be reduced to 13 feet wide and northbound to 19 feet wide. Expect slow traffic, congestion and possible delays, especially during commute periods. Work may wrap up early in the week.

SR 904/Mullenix Rd. to Betz Rd.-Cheney- Asphalt re-surfacing with ADA sidewalk work. Beginning on Monday, be alert for some lane and sidewalk restrictions. Paving work is planned to start June 26.

Hoopfest- Hoopfest is June 24 and 25. Closures for this event start Friday night, June 23 at 7 p.m. and last through Sunday night, June 25 around 10 p.m. The following streets will be closed:

    • Sprague Avenue from Howard to Lincoln Street
    • Sprague and Riverside Avenue from Lincoln to Monroe Street
    • Riverside and Main Avenue from Bernard to Lincoln Street
    • Main Avenue from Browne to Bernard Street
    • Spokane Falls Boulevard from Washington to Lincoln Street
    • College, Broadway and Mallon Avenue between Lincoln and Monroe Street
    • Broadway Avenue from Post to Lincoln Street
    • Mallon Avenue from Howard to Lincoln Street
    • Dean Avenue from Washington to Howard Street
    • Washington Street from N. River Drive to Sprague Avenue
    • Stevens Street from Spokane Falls Blvd to the alley between Main and Riverside Avenue
    • Howard Street from Spokane Falls Blvd to Riverside Avenue
    • Wall Street from Spokane Falls Blvd to First Avenue
    • Post Street from south of the Post Street Bridge to Spokane Falls Blvd
    • Post Street from Main to First Avenue

Cars must be moved from these streets by 7 p.m. on Friday, June 23 or they will be towed.

Park Zone Speed Limit Change- 20 MPH Park zone signs will be installed starting Thursday, June 15 at the following playgrounds:

    • A.M. Cannon Park / Pool
    • Chief Gary Park
    • Comstock Park / Pool
    • Hays Park
    • Lincoln Park
    • Mission Park / Pool
    • Shadle Park / Pool

37th Avenue, Regal to Custer Streets- 37th is closed between Freya and Ray streets; both of the intersections remain open. Starting Monday, June 19 the intersection of 37th Avenue and Ray Street will be closed. The 37th Avenue closure will expand to close 37th from Freya to Regal Street starting Monday, June 19. This work is to reconstruct the road, include pavement replacement, curbs, sidewalk, bike lanes, stormwater piping, and a 36 inch water main. ADA Citywide Ramp Project- Work to rehabilitate ADA ramps is underway in the areas of Wellesley and Assembly and 37th Avenue and Lindeke. Adams Street Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO 24) Project- Phase 2 construction is underway, consisting of shoring, excavation and constructing walls. Phase 3 is underway as well, including installation of a new wate rmain in Riverside, and sewer piping in Riverside and Sprague.

Adams Street between 1st and Sprague Avenue is reduced to one lane on the east side of the road. There is no on street parking.  1st Avenue is reduced to one lane eastbound in the furthest south lane. There is no on street parking from Cedar to just short of Jefferson Street. Sprague Avenue is closed to all westbound traffic from Jefferson to Cedar. Eastbound traffic is permitted on Sprague Ave from Adams to Jefferson for local residents and KHQ employees only. No on street parking is permitted from Jefferson to Cedar Street. Eastbound Riverside is closed from Cedar to Jefferson Street.

This project will construct a 2.4 million gallon Combined Sewer Overflow Tank (CSO) tank and piping. Barnes Road from Strong Road to Phoebe Street- Strong Road from Rustle to Phoebe is closed to traffic. This project includes installation of a water line, new pavement, curb, sidewalk and drainage facilities.

Bridge Avenue and Monroe Street CSO Work- Summit Boulevard/Bridge Avenue is closed to traffic.  Lincoln has one northbound lane open.  Lincoln southbound is closed at Broadway. This project will construct a Combined Sewer Overflow Tank (CSO) tank and piping. Downtown Bicycle Network Phase III– Phase 3 of the Downtown Bike Network has started in the areas of Sprague/Riverside from Bernard to Maple and 1st Avenue from Walnut to Bernard Street. Expect lane restrictions including limited parking.

Division Street Gateway Project, 3rd Avenue to Spokane Falls Boulevard– Lane closures along the east curb lines from 3rd to 1st Avenue on both Division and Browne Street as well as lane closures along the west curb lines from 3rd Avenue to Sprague Avenue on both Division and Browne Street. This project includes electrical conduit replacement, stormwater updates, asphalt patching, curb and sidewalk replacement and landscaping. Bridge Work- – Cleaning and inspection crews will continue working on the Greene St., Freya and Freya Way Bridges. Lane restriction will be in effect and drivers should expect delays.In addition, possible guardrail work on N Ash/Maple St. S curves.  The Hatch Road Bridge will be inspected on Tuesday, June 20 or Wednesday, June 21.

Street Maintenance Grind and Overlay Work- Crews are working on Freya from Upriver Drive to Fredrick Street. Grinding will continue on Freya from Fredrick northbound. Depending on the progress of the Freya project crews will start on 4th Avenue between Wall and Washington.

Street Sweeping Northwest: Working Rt. 7 bound by Francis to Johansen; Maple to Indian Trial. Northeast: Continuing Rt. 37 bound by Fancher Way to Freya Way; Second Avenue to Trent. South: Working Rt. 47 bound by 14th to 29th Avenue, Oak to Grand. Hayford Force Main Replacement/West Plains Chlorine Injection Station– Construction has closed Hallett Road between Thomas Mallen Road and Westbow Road. A detour is in place. This project includes replacing PVC pipe with ductile iron pipe and construction of a chlorine injection station.

Liberty Park Combined Sewer Overflow Tank 33-1- Work continues with traffic impacts on 5th Ave. from Arthur to Perry and Denver and Celesta as work on the CSO tank begins. This work is to construct a 2 million gallon Combined Sewer Overflow Tank. Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Phase 2A, Sherman to Erie Street– Phase 2A is an extension of Martin Luther King Jr. Way from Sherman to Erie Street. This project will provide a route into and out of the downtown along the south edge of the University District. Improvements include a new street, utility infrastructure, storm drainage improvements, street lighting, street trees, and re-vegetation with native species. In lieu of sidewalks, the Ben Burr trail will provide pedestrian and bicycle facilities. Monroe and Lincoln Street, Main Avenue to 2nd Avenue- Avista is working on infrastructure upgrades on the corner of 1st Avenue and Lincoln Street. There are lane closures in place with flaggers. From Monday, June 19 till Friday, June 30 the closures schedule is as follows:

  • Around 7:30 a.m. Avista will close the far west lane of Lincoln Street and north turn lane of First Avenue.
  • After morning traffic around 8:30 – 9 a.m. Avista will expand the closure to include two far west lanes on Lincoln Street until 3 p.m.

Avista plans on opening the road by Thursday, June 22 to accommodate increased traffic because of Hoopfest. The schedule will proceed on Monday, June 26.

This is a full depth roadway replacement and full depth replacement between curbs on Lincoln Street and Monroe Street; Main Avenue from Monroe Street to Lincoln Street; and Monroe Street from Spokane Falls Boulevard to Main Avenue. Some minor curbing and ADA curb ramps will be installed where necessary. Spokane Falls Boulevard Combined Sewer Overflow Tank (CSO 26) Project– Spokane Falls Boulevard from Lincoln to Monroe is closed to traffic.Lincoln Street from Spokane Falls Boulevard to Main is open with traffic redirected southbound. Lincoln is the detour route for traffic coming from the River Park Square garage and Spokane Falls Boulevard.  Lincoln has two lanes of traffic, and drivers are required to go east or west at Main Avenue.

Installation of the bypass retaining wall on the hill side will begin on Monday. Crews will begin laying pipe and excavating around the bypass structure on the east end of the jobsite. The project is part of the City’s efforts to get to a Cleaner River Faster.  The tank will include a new public plaza with views of the lower falls of the Spokane River.

Sprague Avenue, Helena Street to Stone Street– Work on Phase I of this project, Sprague Avenue between Altamont to Napa, is expected to complete in mid-July. Phase II of this project is also underway and spans Sprague Avenue just west of Napa to just west of Helena. Sprague Avenue from Altamont Street to just west of Helena is closed. Work for this project includes a full street reconstruction, partial sidewalk replacement, bumpouts, landscaping and pedestrian lighting.

TJ Meenach Combined Sewer Overflow Tank CSO I-03– This tank is located to the east of TJ Meenach Drive, below Northwest Boulevard continues. Starting Monday, June 19 there will be lane restrictions on TJ Meenach Drive northbound to complete water tie-ins. TJ Meenach from north of the bridge to Northwest Boulevard will be closed until late August. This project will construct a 1.4 million gallon Combined Sewer Overflow Tank (CSO) tank and piping. Upriver Drive Combined Sewer Overflow Tank, CSO 41– Upriver Drive is now open from west of Freya to east of Rebecca.  Rebecca remains closed to from Upriver Drive to south of Ermina for work on the CSO Tank.  A detour is in place for the Centennial Trail.

Appleway Trail – Pines to Evergreen- Construction of this pedestrian trail may cause single lane closures for both northbound and southbound directions on Pines Rd. McDonald Rd. may be narrowed down to a one lane road during working hours. Flaggers will be present during those times. Blake Rd. is closed between Sprague and 3rd Ave. Buckeye Ave. between McMillan and the City Limits- This road/sewer project has the road fully closed. 2nd Avenue, between Best Road and Adams Road- Full road closure for paving through July 20. Euclid Avenue between Flora Road and Barker Road- Full road closure between Flora Rd. and Tschirley Rd. for this road/sewer project.                                                                                          Flora Rd. between Euclid Avenue and Euclid Avenue- Full road closure between Euclid Ave. (West) and Euclid Ave. (East) for this road/sewer project.                                                              Indiana Avenue between Mirabeau Parkway and Evergreen Road-Traffic reduced to one lane each direction between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m.

Mission Ave. between Pines Rd. and McDonald Road- Traffic reduced to one lane each direction for this street preservation project. Saturday, June 24 there will be a full closure of Mission from Pines to McDonald, beginning at 9:00 a.m.  A detour will be posted.

Skipworth Road between 23rd Avenue and 27th Avenue- Full road closure to install a new water line. 

Market Street, Houston to Lincoln-
Installing curb, sidewalk, ramps, catch basins, drywells, Swales, sewer pipe, repair & replace asphalt. One Lane Each Direction remains open, with the speed limit reduced to 25 mph.

Monroe Street Swales (Country Homes Blvd-Cedar & Excel)- Repair and repave asphalt and install curb, sidewalk, catch basins, drywells, sewer pipe.

Country Homes Boulevard from Cedar Road to Excell Drive- Paving Country Homes Blvd at Wedgewood on June 16th. Expect Delays. Country Homes Blvd. will remain one lane southbound through June 30th.

Ritchey Road Bridge- Removal of the existing bridge and replace with new structure. Road closed.


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