DNR announces bridge closure in Alger County

TRENARY — A Michigan Department of Transportation inspection has deemed a bridge over Werner’s Creek, southwest of Trenary, unsafe for vehicle traffic of any kind.

The bridge is located about a mile north of the Alger-Delta county line, along Deadhorse Creek Road, roughly four miles west of U.S. 41.

“We are working on a temporary solution; however, until such time, the bridge will remain closed,” said Pete Glover, a forest fire supervisor with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources in Gwinn. “Barricades will be placed today.”

Deadhorse Creek Road is a forest road used for a variety of activities, ranging from timber hauling to an access way for hunting, fishing and other recreation opportunities.

For the latest information on bridge, trail and other DNR facility closures, visit michigan.gov/dnrclosures.