Travel & Traffic Alerts

Road Closures

  • S Nile Ave, from Grant Road to 3rd Street SE: Roadway will be closed February 19 – March 15, 2024, with a signed detour route available. Selland Construction is installing buried utilities, including an irrigation main upgrade, and intersection improvements at S Nile Ave and 2nd Street SE as part of the Maryhill East Subdivision. View Selland Construction's detour route map (PDF). For questions or concerns, please contact Stephanie Flowers of Selland Construction at 509-881-7325.

Seasonal Road Closures

  • North Division, from Rd 15-17, Closed to through traffic due to rutting.
  • Rock Island Grade, Closed for the winter season as of Friday, December 8.
  • Blue Grade Road, (Road #27890) milepost 0.47 to milepost 3.16 remains closed.

Seasonal Road Weight Restrictions

McNeil Canyon Road - Closed Until 2025 to Vehicles Weighing Over 10,000 lbs. 

Beginning at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 29, 2023, McNeil Canyon Road in Douglas County, Washington, closed to the operation of motor vehicles weighing more than 10,000 pounds. The closure is from the intersection of Rd. C NW (SR 172) and Rd. 14 NW (SR 172) and Beebe Bridge on US Hwy 97. The closure is due to road condition concerns, redesign, construction, and accidents caused by vehicle equipment failure. 

At a public hearing on September 19, 2023, the Douglas County Board of Commissioners adopted an ordinance to enact a new Local Access Special Permit for vehicles exceeding 10,000 pounds in weight to regain use of McNeil Canyon Road. Interested drivers can access the Special Motor Vehicle Permit online, or in person at the Public Services Building located at 140 19th Street NW in East Wenatchee. Most permits can be issued on the same day if the applicant can provide the necessary information.

Affected vehicles without a permit during the McNeil Canyon Road closure can use three alternate routes, including US Hwy 2 Pine Canyon Road, Road C NW (SR 172), and Bridgeport Hill Road.

McNeil Closure Map FINAL 23_0823 (003)

The closure to vehicles exceeding 10,000 pounds in weight allows for Douglas County crews to complete topography analysis, roadway curve design and evaluation of the necessary right-of-way acquisitions needed for a planned roadway realignment and safety improvement project on McNeil Canyon Road, anticipated to be complete by 2025.  

For more information regarding the McNeil Canyon Road closure and restrictions please contact Douglas County Administrator Jordyn Giulio at 509-884-7173.


If you have any questions regarding road closures or weight restrictions, please contact Scott Reiman at 509-884-7173.

Speed Limits

Learn about the speed limits in Douglas County in the following resources: