Drivers must choose an alternate route during the closure and follow posted detour signage
VANCOUVER – The 2800 block of Northeast Cedar Creek Road, near the intersection with Horton Road, will be closed Oct. 12 for emergency repairs. The road will be closed to traffic for 12 hours or less but may be extended. The closure is needed to safely repair a culvert, which is a large pipe that allows a stream to pass under a road. The existing culvert is in danger of failing, which would cause the road to wash out. The closure will allow for excavation of the road, replacement of the failing culvert and reconstruction.
Drivers must choose an alternate route during the closure and follow posted detour signage. A signed detour will take drivers around the closure via Northeast 21st Avenue and Northeast Dobler Hill Road.
A detour map is available at clark.wa.gov/public-works.
To receive information about road and park projects, closures, opportunities for community input, and more, residents can follow Public Works on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and view information on Nextdoor.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.
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