The Elwha River flows past a sign that says “road work ahead” Thursday as crews move rocks to prevent people from driving on the field at the entrance to Olympic National Park. Access to the Elwha Valley will be limited during reconstruction of Olympic Hot Springs Road. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

The Elwha River flows past a sign that says “road work ahead” Thursday as crews move rocks to prevent people from driving on the field at the entrance to Olympic National Park. Access to the Elwha Valley will be limited during reconstruction of Olympic Hot Springs Road. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Olympic Hot Springs Road repairs discussed

Could begin in July 2021, be completed by October 2023

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