The City of Spokane has a couple projects they’re wrapping up:

– The project to rehabilitate Nelson St. from Marshall to Mission avenues and the surrounding residential streets is complete and the streets have reopened to traffic. The project also installed ADA curb ramps where necessary. The $1.2 million project was funded by the 10-Year Street Bond.

– The project to rehabilitate Thurston Ave. from Arthur to Crestline streets is complete and the streets have reopened to traffic. The project rehabilitated Thurston Ave. from Arthur to Crestline streets and surrounding residential streets. Additionally, sewer upgrades and ADA curb ramps were installed where necessary.

The $1.5 million project was funded by the 10-Year Street Bond and Wastewater Department.

– The project to rehabilitate Wellesley Ave. from Maple to Division streets is set to be complete and will reopen to traffic on Friday, Sept. 3. Until then, Wellesley Ave. from Wall to Maple streets remains closed, and Monroe St. at its intersection with Wellesley Ave. is reduced to one lane in each direction. The project included installing a new signal at Monroe St. and Wellesley Ave. and ADA curb ramps at the intersections.

The $1.9 million project was funded by the 10-Year Street Bond.

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