Olympic Discovery Trail segment in Port Angeles undergoing repair work



PORT ANGELES — A segment of the Olympic Discovery Trail between Ennis Street and Hollywood Beach will be closed through Friday for repair work.

The trail segment closed Tuesday for work to repair damage from an April 5 landslide across the trail, according to the city’s website. Francis Street Park is also closed.

The landslide was caused by efforts to fight a house fire on Caroline Street.

The trail remains open from Ennis Street heading east and from Hollywood Beach heading west. Trail users can detour around the construction activity by traveling Ennis Street to Front Street to Lincoln Street. The public is asked to follow the direction of trail closure signs and traffic control personnel.

The project might be extended depending on weather, progress and other conditions.

For more information, contact project manager Jonathan Boehme at 360-417-4811 or jboehme@cityofpa.us.

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