CITY OF MARYSVILLE PROJECTS
1st Street Low Impact Development Project
Construction began in November 2017 on 1st Street, between Cedar Avenue and State Avenue. 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.
The contractor, SRV, will be paving the trench patches to grade possibly on Monday, March 12th. SRV will continue detouring eastbound traffic around the 1st St LID project during paving. The City has allowed SRV to instate the detour plan for safety and to expedite completion of this work. If possible, the detour is planned to be utilized only during work days and working hours. Once the paving is complete, there will be no more single lane closures. At this point, the main focus of the project will be landscaping. The project should be completed by the end of March or beginning of April.
Questions or concerns can be directed to Adam Benton, Project Engineer at (360) 363-8283.
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Updated March 12, 2018