This closure is needed to replace failing culverts, repair the roadbed, and pave with asphalt.
“We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause forest visitors”, said George Buckingham, Hebo District Ranger. “Maintenance is necessary to extend the life of the road and improve fish passage”.
This project is funded through Legacy Roads and Trails Program.
The Legacy Program funds projects designed to reduce or eliminate road and trail risks to water quality and aquatic habitat, while reducing future maintenance requirements and increasing the safety and durability of the transportation system.
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