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Martha Lou Wheatley-Billeter, MPA
Public Works Information and Outreach Manager
Office: 509-477-7195

More Roads Closed by Washouts and Mud Slides

Campbell Road Reopens

SPOKANE COUNTY, March 16, 2017 – More roads have been closed due to washouts and mud slides.  The current State of Emergency will continue until further notice.

NEW CLOSURE:       3-16-17, 12:40 PM
                                   S. Jackson Road off Jackson Rd (south of Laurel Rd in Elk)
                                   Water running down one lane of road, washing it out
OPEN:                        3-16-17, 12:45 PM
CLOSED:                    3-13-17, 11:30 AM
                                    Campbell Road from Elder Rd to Stoughton Rd
NEW CLOSURE:        3-16-17, 12:25 PM
                                    Burnett Road from Dover Rd (north) to Dover Rd (south)
                                    Flooding with deep water
NEW CLOSURE:        3-16-17, 11:00 AM
                                    Crestview Road from Cedar Rd to Viewmont Rd
                                    Impassable due to deep mud
NEW CLOSURE:        3-16-17, 10:55 AM
                                    Burnett Road from Four Mound Rd east to Dover Rd (north)
                                    Impassable due to deep mud
NEW CLOSURE:        3-16-17, 10:40 AM
                                    Harvard Branch Road east of Harvard Rd (north of Stoughton Rd)
                                    Deep water across the road and several washouts
NEW CLOSURE:        3-16-17, 10:10 AM
                                    Graham Road from Salnave Rd south to Baker Rd
                                    Water across road/impassable mud
NEW CLOSURE:        3-15-17, 3:35 PM
                                    Antler Road from Cedar Rd to Austin Rd
                                    Road impassable due to mud
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