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Street In Yakima Closed Until June For Construction

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A project to widen 64th Avenue between Nob Hill Boulevard and Tieton Drive is expected to last until June. A project to widen 64th Avenue between Nob Hill Boulevard and Tieton Drive is expected to last until June.

YAKIMA, WA - A project to widen 64th Avenue between Nob Hill Boulevard and Tieton Drive is expected to last until June.

Crews are widening the road and adding new curbs, gutters, and sidewalks.

A storm water system will also be put in and new streetlights will be added.

While the project is underway, 64th Avenue will be closed between Nob Hill and Tieton.

Drivers will be directed to detour routes on 72nd Avenue to the west and 48th Avenue to the east between Nob Hill and Tieton.

Access to the Westwood West Golf Course parking lot on the corner of 64th Avenue and Tieton will be maintained throughout the project as will access to the HAPO Credit Union parking lot on the corner of 64th and Nob Hill.

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