Snohomish County’s Department of Public Works announces extended lane closures

  • Friday, March 2, 2018 11:45am
  • News

The Snohomish County Department of Public Works is advising motorists in the Bothell area of single lane closures on 13th Ave SE, 192nd St. SE and 194th St. SE and 35th Ave. SE and 191st Pl. SE

The lane closure on 13th Ave. SE. will continue through March 19 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., and the closure on 35th Ave. will be in effect from March 6 through May 11 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Universal Land Construction has been granted permission for an extension to close one lane of traffic in the 1400 block of 194th St. SE and close one lane of traffic at 13th Ave. SE and 192nd St. SE for frontage improvements, pavements grind/overlay and raise structure castings for Shadow Creek per approved plans.

It has also ben granted permission to close the n/b lane of traffic on 35th Ave between the 19000 and 19200 blocks and close alternating lanes of traffic on 191st Pl. SE in the 3600 block to clear and grub frontage, rough grade frontage, construct new rockery along frontage and utility work per approved plans from Central Park Townhomes.

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

Questions regarding these closures and projects may be directed toward Snohomish County Public Works at (425) 388-6453, or if “Roads Central” is searched online at

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