Suiattle Road 26 Repairs

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The Suiattle River damaged Forest Service Road 26 during the 2003 flood event. Restoring vehicle access is needed both for Forest Service administrative needs and for public recreational uses. Repairs to this road include three repairs: At the first site, the road will be rerouted to meet passenger car standards. At the second site, the repair will include replacing the road fill and approach to the Downey Creek Bridge. The last repair includes replacing the lost fill and riprap under the Sulphur Creek Bridge abutment and the damaged guardrail.

Location Summary

On the north side of the Suiattle River

District: Darrington Ranger District

Project Documents

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https://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=6829
https://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=6829