A couple items form the City of Spokane to be aware of for next week:
– The project to rehabilitate Market St. from Garland to Francis avenues begins next Monday, July 20. The following dirt streets will be paved as part of that project: Rowan, Sanson, Everett, and Wabash avenues from Market St. east to the railroad right-of-way. The project includes a full depth curb-to-curb rehabilitation of Market Street from Garland to Francis avenues including replacing existing curbs and sidewalks; and paving Rowan, Sanson, Everett, and Wabash avenues from Market St. east to the railroad right-of-way; and installation of pedestrian lighting and trees from Heroy Avenue to Columbia Avenue.
– The National Veterans Wheelchair Games handcylcing event will be held downtown this Saturday, July 18. Streets in the downtown core will be closed from 7 to 9:30 a.m. The streets include: Riverside Ave., Main Ave. and Spokane Falls Blvd. from Browne to Lincoln streets, and the Washington St. couplet.
– The skywalk between the Old Crescent Court in the Sterling Building and the STA Plaza will reopen at 6 a.m. on Monday, July 20. The closure is needed for construction.
– Eighth Ave. from Sunset Blvd. to Government Way is closed to allow crews to demolish the old bridge as part of the Fish Lake Trail project.