Lincoln Street closed to northbound traffic

Emergency sewer main repair reason for detours today

PORT ANGELES — Due to a change in conditions, Lincoln Street will be closed completely to northbound traffic effective immediately all day Thursday for an emergency sanitary sewer main repair, according to a news release.

All north-bound traffic will be detoured to Lauridsen Boulevard or Eighth Street to Race Street and back to U.S. Highway 101.

South-bound traffic will be open but can expect a delay of 10 to 15 minutes.

The use of alternate routes is recommended.

For questions or concerns, contact Rob Feller at [email protected] or at 360-417-4805.

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