Sullivan Rd. preservation project to begin this week | Events
If Sullivan Rd. is a regular part of your daily driving route prepare for some delays.
A road preservation project along Sullivan Rd. between Flora Pit Rd. and Trent Ave. is scheduled to begin around April 22nd. It will take approximately seven to eight weeks to complete.
Plan for traffic to be down to one lane in the area during the hours of 7am and 10pm. Access to Marietta Ave. may be restricted during daylight hours. Driveway access to businesses will be restricted as well while grinding and paving portions are competed, businesses will be notified of alternative access in advance.
90 percent of the project is funded by Spokane Valley Street Preservation Funds and 10 percent funded by Spokane Valley storm water funds. The project will patch and resurface the road as well upgrade storm drainage, sidewalk ramps and signal loops. A storm water swale will also be installed in front of the Sullivan Park parking lot.
Around the last week of May or first week of June, Sullivan will be closed at night for paving. A detour will run via Euclid Ave.
Drivers are asked to use caution in the work area and honor all speed limits. They are also encouraged to use alternate routes when able to avoid congestion.
For more information and to sign up for emailed traffic alerts go http://www.spokanevalley.org. Recorded traffic alerts are available by calling 720-5311.