Spokane Mayor David Condon yesterday kicked off the construction season yesterday, introducing more than $74
million in street and Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) projects on the
schedule. Projects
already underway include:
and Monroe from 4th to 8th Avenue
Avenue from Alberta Street to Monroe Street
Sewer Overflow Tank (CSO) on Pettet Drive and TJ Meenach
beginning in the near future:
Sewer Overflow Tank (CSO) at Monroe and Bridge Avenue, April 18
·      ·  Signal
installation at Monroe and Summit Blvd, between Bloomsday and Hoopfest
·      · 
and Monroe from 2nd to Main Avenue, mid to late May
this year’s highlights, Downtown will receive a much needed repair on Monroe
and Lincoln from 2nd Avenue to Main Street.  Although this is a
major arterial, two lanes of traffic will remain open on each of these streets
to keep traffic moving and businesses accessible.  

See the progress on all the
latest construction projects on the City’s
and on SRTC’s Spokane Regional Road Construction Map where you can zoom into your neighborhood or commute route to see what projects could impact you and click on projects to find out what they include and when they start and end. 
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