– The project to rehabilitate Addison and Standard streets from Francis Avenue to Colton Street and Beacon Avenue from Dakota Street to Nevada Street starts on Monday, July 27. The project includes upgrading stormwater drains and installing ADA curb ramps.
The $1.7 million project is being funded by the 10-Year Street Bond and City of Spokane Wastewater Department.
– The Hartson and 11th Avenues from Havana Street to Sherman Street water Transmission Main project also begins Monday (could they have come up with a longer name?)
The project will install a water transmission main in Hartson and 11th avenues from Havana to Sherman streets. The project will also repair the following streets: 11th Avenue from Altamont Blvd. to Julia Street and N. Altamont Boulevard from 11th to Ninth avenues; and Ninth Avenue from Perry to Julia streets. Ninth Ave. will be closed to motorists beginning at Hatch Rd. moving east toward Perry St. as the project progresses. Local access will be maintained.
The $3.2 million project is funded by the City of Spokane Water Department and 10-Year Street Bond.
– The project to install planters for stormwater treatment and pervious pavement on Broadway Ave. from Elm to Oak streets is complete. The street is open to traffic; motorists may encounter traffic obstructions while crews complete the final detail work.
The $422,000 project was funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Stimulus and the City of Spokane Wastewater Department.