Washout Closes Sullivan Creek Road

NEWPORT, Wash. – (June 2, 2018) Colville National Forest officials are temporarily closing the upper portion of Forest Road 2220 (Sullivan Creek Road) due to a washout and debris slide.

All travel is prohibited on the following roads for public safety:

  • Sullivan Creek Road from the intersection of Forest Road 2200 to its terminus at the Shedroof Divide Trailhead
  • Forest Road 2212 (Highline Road) from its intersection with 2220200 (Bear Pasture Road) to its intersection with Sullivan Creek Road
  • Forest Road 2220300 from its intersection with Sullivan Creek Road near Gypsy Meadows
  • Forest Road 2220270 (Salmo Mountain Road) from the intersection with Sullivan Creek to its terminus at Salmo Mountain peak

Forest Road 2200 leading to Pass Creek Pass is still open, but may still have snow covering the pass making the road unpassable.

Visitors should expect to encounter truck traffic and possible travel delays on the lower portion of Sullivan Creek Road as crews conduct repairs. Slow speeds and extra caution on corners is highly advised.

Please be advised that with strong spring runoff that additional temporary road closures across the Colville National Forest may be necessary; for maps and specific descriptions of closed roads, please contact your local Colville National Forest office or visit us online at the Colville National Forest website www.fs.usda.gov/colville/.

For more information on the Sullivan Creek Road Temporary closure, please contact the Newport Ranger Station at (509) 447-7300.

Sullivan Creek Road washout June 2018

ORDER NO. 06-21-05-18-04 Sullivan Creek Road Closure