Springtime work on the roads in the Bitterroot National Forest continues. A culvert at Reynolds Creek on Road #432, will be replaced with work starting Monday, May 11. Tod McKay of the Bitterroot Forest said the road will be impassable because heavy equipment will be parked on the road about a mile and half past of the Martin Creek Campground in the Darby/Sula Ranger District at the south end of the valley. Signs will be posted. He said work is expected to take about two weeks. The new culvert will allow better flow during spring runoff and will improve passage of fish. The project design will also be more compatible with the stream environment.

Sula is a pretty small town. Montana has lots of those:

10 Smallest Towns in Montana