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Spokane Valley traffic obstructions

Spokane Valley traffic obstructions

Here’s a list of upcoming traffic obstructions in Spokane Valley.


Mirabeau Parkway between Pinecroft and Mansfield - Expect 2- to 3-minute closures of the southbound lane Mondays through Thursdays from 6:30am to 5:00pm for utility work until Thursday, April 24.

Upcoming Spokane Valley traffic alerts

Upcoming Spokane Valley traffic alerts

From the City of Spokane Valley:


Mirabeau Parkway between Pinecroft and Mansfield - Expect 2- to 3-minute closures of the southbound lane on Mondays through Thursdays from 6:30am to 5:00pm for utility work beginning Monday, April 7 continuing through Thursday, April 24.

Residential street sweeping begins in Spokane Valley

Residential street sweeping begins in Spokane Valley

The City of Spokane Valley is working on the annual spring street sweeping. Crews have finished the arterial sweep and are moving on to curbed residential streets between the hours of 7 am and 7 pm.


In an effort to help crews efficiently complete street sweeping, residents are asked to keep vehicles, trailers, and portable basketball hoops out of the right of way while sweeping is underway. They are also asked to trim vegetation back from the curb and right of way and to trim overhanging branches to at least 14 feet above the public street.

Expect traffic delays in Spokane Valley next week

Expect traffic delays in Spokane Valley next week

Expect traffic delays in Spokane Valley next week as crews begins construction On Sharp Ave. and Mirabeau Parkway. Here’s the traffic obstruction information from the City of Spokane Valley:

Washington deadline to remove studded tires

Washington deadline to remove studded tires

Monday is the deadline for drivers to remove studded tires.

Drivers with studded tires after Monday could get a $124 ticket.

The Transportation Department wants studded tires off the road because they cause highway ruts and damage bridge decks.

Spokane and Spokane Valley want you to report potholes

Spokane and Spokane Valley want you to report potholes

While trudging through the snow and hoping you car stops on the ice are some of the worst things about winter, the biggest winter problem is easily potholes. The freeze and thaw patterns create the craters and the cities of Spokane and Spokane Valley want your help filling the pesky potholes.

Spokane Valley best city for women cyclists

Spokane Valley best city for women cyclists

Spokane Valley was named the best city for women bicyclists by The League of American Bicyclists. The city was selected to top the list of eight communities because the majority of its higher than average bicycle commuter rate is comprised of women.