Yellow Pine: Dust abatement is wearing thin and streets are getting dusty. Residential streets that received heavy Fest traffic are extremely dusty. Please drive respectfully. Watch out for kids, horses and deer in the roads – it is summer time in Yellow Pine.
Johnson Creek Road: (Aug 16) Mail truck driver (Elaine) reports Johnson Creek road is “really rough” – especially from Wapiti Meadow Ranch to YP, and pretty bad in the Rustican and Halfway areas.
South Fork / EFSF Road: (Aug 16) Elaine reports the EFSF road is like a “freeway” – it has recently been graded and dust abatement applied Monday (Aug 14.)
Lick Creek: Road is open, reported to be about as rough as usual. No recent update.
Profile Creek Road: a report from Aug 6 the road is in great shape from the turn off to the summit and not too bad going down the far side.
Stibnite to Thunder Mountain: Open, no current report.
Big Creek to Warrens: Warren to the South Fork access update
Regarding road repairs on two areas that slumped this spring on Valley County’s section of the road.
This is the road beyond Warren down to the South Fork of the Salmon River near Trails End Subdivision.
Valley County has contracted the repairs to begin at the end of August. The road will be remain open, except for these listed dates – on these dates the road will be closed.
Aug. 29-30 Road closed to relocate the fiber optic lines at the upper sloughs
Sept. 5- 14 Contractor will complete the upper 2 slough repairs
Sept. 19 – 28 Begin work on lower repair
Oct. 3 -12 Work on lower repair
Oct 17 -26 Complete work on lower repair
Deadwood Summit: Road open and reported to be rough. No current report.
Golden Gate Road: The road is only passable on foot due to large deep wash-out about 2/3rds of the way up.