Construction continues on 45th Ave. Southeast with full and single-lane closures

  • Tuesday, August 29, 2017 5:00pm
  • News

The Snohomish County Department of Public Works advises Bothell motorists of the full road closure on 45th Ave. Southeast and a single lane closure on 45th Ave. Southeast and 228th St. Southeast that are currently underway.

The daily full road closure will continue through Sept. 3, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. This will shift to a lane closure from 4 p.m.to 6p.m. and Saturday and Sunday between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Carrara PRD was originally granted permission for the project and Universal Land Construction Company has been granted permission to extend the road closure on 45th Ave. Southeast approximately 285 feet south of the 232nd Place Southeast and 45th Ave. Southeast intersection to approximately 130 feet south of the 234th Place Southeast and 45th Ave. Southeast intersection to install 395 lineal feet of pipe within the roadside at depths upwards of 25 feet for improvements for the Carrara project.

The daily single lane closure will take place until Aug. 31 with the same hours as the full road closure.

MGC Technical Consulting Inc has been granted permission to close one lane of traffic along 45th Ave. Southeast at the intersection of 45th Ave. Southeast and 228th St. Southeast to the intersection of 45th Ave. Southeast and 212th St. Southeast for repair work only (removing existing risers, vaults and conduit installed) per major permit 17-110790 D8.

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

Questions regarding this project may be directed to Snohomosh County Public Works at 425-388-6452 or search for “Roads Central” online at www.snoco.org.




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