City of Vancouver paving project starts Nov. 5 on Officers Row walkway/trail

This city of Vancouver project is expected to be completed in two to three weeks, weather permitting

A project to repave the Officers Row walkway/trail on the south side of Evergreen Boulevard, from Fort Vancouver Way to East Reserve Street, will get underway Nov. 5. This city of Vancouver project is expected to be completed in two to three weeks, weather permitting.

This walkway/trail along Officers Row in Vancouver is scheduled to be repaved. Photo courtesy of city of Vancouver
This walkway/trail along Officers Row in Vancouver is scheduled to be repaved. Photo courtesy of city of Vancouver

The City has hired Granite Construction to remove the existing asphalt surface and repave the walkway/trail. The project will also include construction of two new ADA-compliant pedestrian curb ramps north of 6th Street at the Fort Vancouver National Historic site maintenance entrance.

During construction, the walkway/trail will be closed to pedestrians and bicyclists. Please use an alternative route during this project. Although the walkway/trail will be closed, the parking lots nearby are expected to remain open. When near the construction zone, please be alert to barricades and remain out of the way of all construction activity. Please observe physical distancing from on-site construction crews and inspectors in keeping with state and local health guidelines. 

Information provided by city of Vancouver.

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