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Spokane Alerts

As of 8/20/2019 1:05 AM
Blocking Incidents
  • None reported
Construction Closures
  • Construction on US 2 both directions from milepost 292.9 near SR 395 to milepost 295.7 near Farwell Rd beginning at 7:00 am on July 8, 2019, until further notice. Crews will be repaving this section of US 2 from the Division Wye to Farwell Road. Paving will occur at night starting at 7 p.m. during weekdays.
  • City of Spokane, the Post Street Bridge is closed to vehicular traffic starting immediately, through Spring of 2020. Use other routes.
  • City of Spokane will have Lincoln Street closed between Main Ave and Spokane Falls Boulevard for road work. Motorists should use other routes and expect delays.
  • Spokane County: Hazard Road is closed between Dartford Dr to Rivilla Lane due to washouts. Use other routes and expect delays.
  • City of Spokane has Sprague Ave Closed between Scott and Grant Streets for road work. Use other routes and expect delays through mid-November 2019.
  • The City of Spokane will have Five Mile Road closed from Lincoln to Strong Road Starting Monday, June 17,2019 through mid-November, for road work. Use other routes and expect delays.
  • Spokane County: Hayford Road closed from 53rd Ave. to Geiger Blvd. Improvement of Geiger Road, Roadway excavation, curb, drywells, signing, signals. Use other routes expect delays.
  • Spokane County: Hawthorne Road is closed from Nevada to Parksmith for grinding and paving, adding ADA ramps. Use other routes, expect delays.
  • Spokane County: Adding ADA ramps, partial pavement grind and removal. Paving and striping. NB lane closed with traffic shifted to parking and bike lane. On-Street parking restriction. Expect delays.
  • City of Spokane: Grinding and paving on Indiana Ave between Monroe St and Division St. Expect delays.
  • Construction on US 395 Spur - NSC both directions at the Freya Roundabouts Monday - Friday 6:00 am to 4:30 pm. Roadway users should be alert for occasional traffic control.
Special Events
  • None reported