Roadwork and Maintenance closures

CITY OF MARYSVILLE PROJECTS 

 

Grove Street Overcrossing - To allow geotechnical boring for preliminary design of this project, a full closure of Grove Street between Cedar and State Avenue will be required during nights between Dec. 2 and Dec. 14. Specific days and hours will be provided when available. It is expected that only 3-4 overnight closures will be required. Emergency and transit access only will be provided by the contractor during these closures. 

Ebey Trail Project -  Construction and paving of the Ebey Waterfront Trail will impact traffic with delays on Sunnyside Blvd, from 53rd Ave NE to 52nd St NE through the end of November. Paving is scheduled for November 5th & 6th, weather dependent. Project Engineer: Kyle Woods (360) 363-8286. 

WSDOT Projects:  

Ebey Slough Bridge to SR 531 Interchange Paving & ADA Compliance - #9028

  • Highway: I-5    RegionNorthwest    County: Snohomish    Location: Milepost(s) 198.50 – 200.50
    Contact: Mark Sawyer, Project Engineer, 425-225-8799
    Description: WSDOT contractor crews are repaving an 8-mile stretch of southbound I-5 between SR 531 and SR 529, and about 7-miles of northbound I-5 between SR 529 and 136th Street Northeast in Marysville.
    Project webpage
    Work schedule:
    No lane or ramp closures are scheduled.
  • 116th St NE Interchange - Tulalip Tribes Lead

     Highway:
    I-5    Region: Northwest    County: Snohomish    Location: Milepost(s) 202.20 – 202.70
    Contact: Mark Sawyer, Project Engineer, 425-225-8799
    Description: Tulalip Tribes contractor crews are reconstructing the I-5/116th Street Northeast interchange in Marysville.
    Project webpage
    Work schedule: 
    • Wednesday, Oct 31 to the morning of Thursday, Nov 1 - The 116th Street Northeast ramp to southbound I-5 will be closed from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. nightly. 

     

    Updated November 15, 2018


                  
                    

      
     
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        We are using the weather this week to install RPM’s (buttons) on the road throughout the city. We will also be reinstalling the thermoplastic railroad crossing markings on 172nd st tomorrow probably around midday. This will flag traffic into one lane over the tracks.