Hwy 2 Scheduled for Repaving this Weekend
Bonnie Johnson - Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Hwy 2 Scheduled for Repaving this Weekend

This is the first of six weather-dependent closures on Highway 2 scheduled for the summer. WSDOT is tentatively planning on closing the westbound lanes beginning this Friday at 7:00 pm, and re-opening Monday at 4:00 am


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