City of Centralia
Due to the low river levels, the flood does not require a continuation of the Emergency Operations Center to be open. The following streets will remain closed until further notice:
N. Rock Street from Main Street to Magnolia Street
N. Iron Street from Main Street to Magnolia Street
Intersection of Oak Street at Maple Street
Kresky Avenue at Scott Johnson Road (traffic is being diverted at Hampe Way)
There is still standing water over the roadway in many places. The water is slow to drain. Drivers are asked to remember to use caution and drive slow, as the roads have not been inspected for damage.
The two sandbag stations will remain open in the 400 block of N. Pearl Street (parking lot on the NW corner of Pearl Street and Maple Street) and the City Maintenance Shop at 2600 Reynolds Road.
City of Tumwater
Due to water over the roadway, Tumwater Valley Drive is now closed to all traffic, beginning just before the entrance to Tumwater Valley Golf Course. The road will reopen after flood waters from the Deschutes River recede, which is predicted to be late in the afternoon on Thursday.
State Route 6 is closed near Twin Oaks Road, west of Chehalis, due to water over the roadway. Follow detour around closure.
State Route 507 near Bucoda in southern Thurston County is closed at milepost 7 due to high water. A signed detour is available.
To view a Thurston County Public Works map of current road restrictions and closures in Thurston County, click here.
Grays Harbor & Pacific Co. Schools: Oakville School District: Closed
Kitsap & Mason County Schools: Mary M. Knight SD: Early release, all afternoon and evening activities canceled, No PM preschool, Buses on road restriction routes.
Lewis County Schools: White Pass School District: Closed
We will continue to update this page as information comes to us.