– Several streets in southeast Spokane that were part of a rehabilitation project are expected to reopen today. The project included full-depth curb-to-curb rehabilitation as well as resurfacing the top layer of asphalt in some areas. Streets include Altamont Blvd. from 11th to Ninth avenues; Cook St. from Altamont Blvd. to 14th Ave.; Woodfern St. at Altamont Blvd.; and Ninth Ave. from Altamont Blvd. to Jaques St. The $800,000 project was funded by the 10-Year Street Bond.

– Southeast Blvd., between 29th Ave. and Perry Street, is expected to reopen this Friday, Aug. 28 after several months of construction to rehabilitate it. The project included a full-depth curb-to-curb rehabilitation and replacing water distribution mains. The $1.9 million project was funded by the 10-Year Street Bond and Water Department.

– A residential project to rehabilitate a number of streets in Northeast Spokane is nearing completion, and the streets are expected to reopen no later than Friday, Sept. 4. The project included some full-depth curb-to-curb rehabilitation as well as resurfacing the top layer of asphalt in some areas. Streets included Montgomery Ave. from Astor to Hamilton streets; Illinois Ave. from Dakota to Hamilton streets; Ermina Ave. from Astor to Columbus streets; Baldwin Ave. from Astor to Perry streets; Addison, Standard, Dakota and Cincinnati streets from Indiana to Montgomery avenues. The $1.3 million project is funded by the 10-Year Street Bond.

– Buckeye and Grace Avenues from Ruby Street to Upriver Drive was reopened late last week following a water main rehabilitation project. Minor detail work is still being done and motorists are being asked to drive with caution. The project replaced the existing water main with a larger one and rehabilitated Jackson Ave. from Ruby to Astor streets and Grace Ave. from Julia to Myrtle streets. The $3.2 million project was funded by the 10-Year Street Bond, Community Development, and the City’s Water Department.

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