Roadwork and Maintenance closures

CITY OF MARYSVILLE PROJECTS:

Civic Center Project

Delta Avenue is closed between 5th & 6th streets. Expect intermittent lane closures nearby on Delta during construction. 

Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 30 & 31

All traffic lanes will be closed on Delta Avenue between 6th and 8th streets to complete paving. Thank you for your patience. 

Construction delays at intersection of 4th & State

On Tuesday, Aug. 31, expect traffic delays in and around the intersection of 4th Street (SR 528) and State Avenue between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Lanes will remain open with a uniformed police officer on site to direct traffic. Plan for your drive to take extra time or take alternate routes if possible. The city’s contractor, Colacurcio Brothers, will be installing traffic signal improvements at the intersection. Thank you for your patience.

State Avenue Widening Project - 100th to 104th Streets

When construction is substantially complete late this year, the State Avenue roadway between 100th and 104th will have five lanes instead of three along with curb, gutter and sidewalk and street lighting to improve traffic and pedestrian safety. The City’s contractor for this project is Strider Construction. If you have questions, please contact Project Manager Pat Gruenhagen or Construction Inspector Rick Herzog at the Public Works Department 360-363-8100. 

Cedar Avenue Low Impact Development (LID) improvements 

Construction is expected to begin the week of Aug. 9 for the Low Impact Development (LID) Improvements for Cedar Avenue project. The city will build new bioretention facilities along Cedar Avenue between 1st Street and 4th Street to treat and filter stormwater runoff that flows into Ebey Slough. Similar to upgrades completed on 3rd Street in 2016 and 1st Street in 2017, the city is adding new landscaped areas alongside the roadway to capture and filter stormwater runoff. Additional improvements include more parking across Cedar from the Opera House, improved landscaping, pedestrian lighting, bike lanes and a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) at 3rd and Cedar to improve pedestrian access and safety.

During construction, drivers can expect intermittent single-lane closures with flaggers and potential delays at times.

Street Department

No information at this time.

City of Arlington Projects

Starting Monday, Aug. 30, the City of Arlington will be resurfacing Smokey Point Boulevard between 164th Street NE and 174th Place NE. Work hours are Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Business access remains open during construction. Plan ahead, use alternate routes if possible and expect traffic delays during construction hours. 

WSDOT Projects

No information at this time.

Snohomish County Projects

No information at this time.

Private Contractors' Projects

No information at this time. 

Last updated Aug. 27, 2021.