Spokane Valley

Spokane Valley beaches to be cleaned

Contaminated dirt from the north bank of the Spokane River near Harvard Road is being removed by Able Cleanup Technologies and will be disposed at the Graham Road Landfill.  (J. BART RAYNIAK / The Spokesman-Review)
Contaminated dirt from the north bank of the Spokane River near Harvard Road is being removed by Able Cleanup Technologies and will be disposed at the Graham Road Landfill. (J. BART RAYNIAK / The Spokesman-Review)

Contaminated dirt from the north bank of the Spokane River near Harvard Road is removed by Able Cleanup Technologies to be disposed of at the Graham Road Landfill in 2008. SR file photo.

The Department of Ecology plans to clean up some beaches this summer in Spokane Valley, but they won't begin work until later in the summer when the Spokane River flow is low. Work has already been done in some areas to reduce heavy metals contamination, including at Harvard Road. Work this summer will take place at Barker Road on the north side of the river and on the south side of the river at Islands Lagoon, Myrtle Point and Flora Road. Click here for more details.




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