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Ashland Loop/2060 Road Detour in Watershed

Temporary Re-route of 2060 Road Near Horn Gap Trail
During weekdays over the next two-weeks, for public safety, there will be a tempRerorary re-route of the 2060 Road. Please take the 400 Road to No Candies Trail or Horn Gap Trail. 

Trucks Traveling on Granite During Weekdays
The Ashland Forest Resiliency Partners have moved operations to the west side of the watershed.  There will be 4-5 log trucks traveling slowly down the Ashland Loop/2060 Road to Granite Street on weekdays over the next few weeks.
Due to the longer distances needed for log trucks to stop, being ready to move off the road is important.  To be able to hear the trucks coming, walking without headphones above the yellow forest gate is advised. Thank you for your patience as we finish our important work in the Ashland watershed to protect the community and our watershed.  

FIRE SEASON UNDERWAY: Please report any suspicious campfires, smoke or fire activity in the Ashland Watershed. All camping is banned in the watershed due to the serious risk it imposes for fire.

Stay Informed Thank you for your patience as we finish work for fire and community protection.

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