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Posted on: March 2, 2020

[ARCHIVED] PUBLIC WORKS NOTIFICATIONS - Traffic Impact, 2021 Improvement Projects, Construction Information

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The City will be paving  276th St NW from 73rd Ave NW, east to Woodland Road.


Weather permitting, the project will begin Monday, May 3rd.

Flaggers will be in the area starting the week of May 3rd while crews work on ADA ramps. There may be minor traffic disruptions during that time.  Grinding will begin Friday, May 7th

ROAD CLOSURES will begin the week of May 17th. Click the map to view the traffic control plan for detours that may affect your commute.

PAVING WILL BEGIN MAY 24 OR 25, DEPENDING ON WEATHER

276th Paving detour



Work to begin on Pioneer Highway Sewer Main 


 Please be prepared for detours and delays.

 

Pioneer Highway- Crews will be working on the section between SR 532 and Triangle Road. This section will remain open with Flaggers in place.

Triangle Drive- Closures May 24 and 25, 7:00 pm to 6:00 am

  • Local Access will be maintained for residents
  • Sidewalks will not be affected on Pioneer Highway


Pioneer Highway Closures to happen between 7:00pm and 6:00am on May 24 and May 25.




Pellco detour 1
Pellco detour 2
Pellco detour 3









Water Line Flushing
  • Public Works will be hydrant flushing Monday-Thursday 7:30 to 3:30 through May. 

  • Hydrant flushing signs will be posted in the affected areas the day prior.

  • During flushing, customers will experience lower water pressures. 

  • It is recommended to limit water use during flushing to prevent bringing discolored water to your faucets.

BEGINNING MARCH 16 


RoadsideMowing

Roadside Maintenance


We would like to remind citizens that periodically, vegetation management takes place along roadsides on public right-of-ways. During the summer, this maintenance increases.

Please note: Inside the city limits, this maintenance is performed by WSDOT, Snohomish County and the City of Stanwood. Any maintenance outside the city limits is performed by WSDOT or Snohomish County. We appreciate the patience and respect shown to our employees and those of the other entities.






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