Apr 24th, 2013 - Local News
April 24, 2013 ROADS CLOSED
***This list is subject to change as conditions change throughout the day***
15 Mile from Stout to Shaner (impassable) access address 6610 from west and 6645 from east
Tisdel from 20 Mile Rd and 21 Mile Rd (impassable)
Mowry from Lehman to Tisdel (impassable)
Ashley from 7 Mile Rd to M-44
Canright & Briggs
4 Mile & Briggs
Forest Ridge & Coit
West River Dr & Abrigador Trail
West River Center & Abrigador Trail
West River Dr & St Lawrence
West River Dr & Karcher Dr
Jupiter & Konkle
West River & Indian
Indian & River Point
Walnut Park & Northland Dr
Willow Dr & Bailey Park
Willow Dr & Canright
Shady Dr & Knapp St
Reeds Lake Blvd from Duchess to Manhattan
Reeds Lake Bvd from East Beltline to Hall
Michigan from Twin Lakes to Crahen
Vergennes between Parnell & Boynton
36th St between Quiggle & Cherry Lane
68th from Wingeier to Pratt Lake
64th from Pratt Lake to Montcalm
66th St from Whitneyville to McCords
108th St from Morse Lake to Moe St
2 Mile Rd from Alden Nash Ave to Murray Lake Ave
4 Mile Rd from McCabe to Boynton
Pratt Lake from 68th St to 64th St
68th St from Pratt Lake to Montcalm
Ada Dr from Headley to M-21
McPherson from Alden Nash Ave to Parnell
Jackson St from M-21 to Grand River
Grand River Dr from Jackson to Montcalm
Division north of Oberly
McCords from 68th St to 76th St
92nd St from Ivanrest to Byron Center
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