Roadwork and Maintenance closures



Water main construction

Project replaces, upsizes 40-year-old water main for growing community 

Work is underway to build a new water main along 83rd Avenue Northeast. The 1.2-mile-long project between Soper Hill Road and Sunnyside School Road includes building a new water main, valves and services in the southbound lane of 83rd Avenue Northeast, followed by pavement grinding, overlay and new road markings there. The project is expected to be complete in early December.

Residents and travelers on 83rd (in the Soper Hill area of southeast Marysville) can expect single-lane closures with flaggers and potential delays at times. Performing the work is contractor Reece Construction. 

1st Street Low Impact Development Project


Construction will occur on 1st Street, between Cedar Avenue and State Avenue beginning November 1st and will be completed in late February 2018.This project is funded in part by the Washington State Department of Ecology Grant Program.  The purpose of the project is to provide for an improvement in water quality treatment and stormwater runoff.  Currently the stormwater flows to Ebey Slough without water quality treatment.  This project will provide stormwater treatment and infiltration by means of bioretention facilities. This project will also replace approximately 775 linear feet of aging cast iron water main (1954).  This main was in direct conflict with the proposed drainage improvements so it had to be moved to complete the project.

Drivers can expect intermittent single-lane closures with flaggers and potential delays at times.

Questions or concerns can be directed to Adam Benton, Project Engineer at (360) 363-8283. 


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Updated November 17, 2017  2:00 p.m.