SPOKANE, Wash.-- The City of Spokane announced in August the completion of a new section of the Centennial Trail along Summit Boulevard.
The new 0.6 mile asphalt section of the trail continues west from mile 25 in the Kendall Yards area and features a new lookout, offering views of the Spokane River below.
The city contracted MDM Construction, Inc. to complete the project. It was estimated to cost $490,342 when it began in March according to the City of Spokane.
The project was part of the federally funded Centennial Trail Gap Project, aimed at making the 37.5 mile trail more user-friendly by completing gaps throughout it.