The park’s cliff dwellings remain closed due to continuing repairs to the West Fork Bridge, which will likely continue until Christmas or later, and the park’s visitor center is now scheduled to be closed for a two-week period as well. Work began yesterday on replacing the roof covering on the lobby/museum and offices portions of the main building and the separate restroom building. Asbestos-containing materials in the ceiling in the lobby and museum will also be removed. Work began on the roofs on Tuesday; asbestos removal will begin on December 6th. During the latter, which may take as long as two weeks, the visitor center will be closed and a temporary contact facility will be placed in front of it. The roof replacement is not expected to impact visitor use of the building except for brief periods when work directly above doorways may require temporary closures.