Work is expected to be complete by Fri., March 10, however the project schedule is weather-dependent
VANCOUVER – A portion of the Lacamas Heritage Trail will be closed for resurfacing beginning Monday (March 6).
North Cascade Excavating will be resurfacing the trail between the trailhead at 7986 NE Goodwin Road and the footbridge located about a mile south. In addition to the trail closure, the parking lot at the Goodwin Road trailhead will also be closed. Residents are asked to avoid the area during the closure.
Work is expected to be complete by Fri., March 10, however the project schedule is weather-dependent. Residents are encouraged to go to clark.wa.gov/public-works to check for updates to the project schedule.
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Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.
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