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WARNING - Portion of Senator Highway Unsafe Featured

Deb Maneely, US Forest Service July 08, 2022 174

Portion of Senator Highway Unsafe for Passenger and Low Clearance Vehicles

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  • Due to recent monsoon rains portions of Senator Highway have been washed out
  • This makes it difficult for low clearance vehicles to drive over it
  • Officials urge all visitors to use caution while driving in forest roads
  • Repairs are expected to start during the week of July 11
  • Read more…

 

Recent storms and fires have come together to wash out portions of Senator Highway

PRESCOTT, AZ – July 8, 2022 – Weather conditions caused extensive damage and washed out a section of the Senator Hwy (Forest Service Road 52) making it unsafe and impassable for low clearance vehicles.  The washed-out section of Senator Highway begins just south of Forest Trail 281 (Venezia Site) and continues south towards Palace Station.  There is no timeline for completion of the repairs, but we anticipate starting work the week of July 11.  

 

  

 

Officials urge all visitors to use caution while driving on forest roads during the monsoon season.  Roads may be impassable due to rocks and trees blocking the roadway or flowing washes and saturated soil. 

 

For more information, please contact the Bradshaw/Chino Ranger District at 928-443-8000.

Stay up to date on Prescott National Forest news by checking the Prescott NF website and following us on Facebook and Twitter.  

 

 

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Last modified on Friday, 08 July 2022 20:05
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