Posted on April 2, 2013 at 7:25 AM
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. -- Sidewalks along Sprague Avenue between Havana and Fancher Road will be improved in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act on April 15.
The construction will happen in 3 phases Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 3:30 pm. It is expected to be completed by mid-May.
The first phase along Sprague between Havana and the Costco/Lowe's intersection includes upgrading ADA curb ramps on the northeast and southeast corners of the Sprague/Havana intersection, the south side of Sprague at Dearborn Road and Chronicle Road, the southeast corner of Carnahan Road, and the southwest corner of the at Costco/Lowe's intersection.
The second phase involves upgrading ramps on the southeast side of the Costco/Lowe's intersection, the south side of the McKinnon Road and Howe Road intersections, and the southwest corner of the Sprague/Fancher intersection.
The third and final phase is expected to start in early May and will take about five days to upgrade ramps along the north side of Sprague at the Lowe's/Costco, McKinnon and Howe intersections.