Lanes close in Bothell from Thursday to Friday

  • Wednesday, September 6, 2017 5:30pm
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The Snohomish County Department of Public Works advises motorists in the Bothell area of the single lane closures on Locust Way and 218th St. Southwest.

The lane closures will be from this Thursday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Puget Sound Energy has been granted permission to close the northbound lane of traffic on Locust Way and the westbound lane of traffic on the 218th St. Southwest near the intersection of Locust Way and 218th St. Southwest to relocate gas line in order to replace storm drain in conjunction with Surface Water Management Project.

Emergency vehicles and school district transportation will have access at all times.

Any questions regarding this project may be directed to Snohomish County Public Works, at 425-388-6453 or search “Roads Central” online at

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