This week, work has begun on N Midvale PL and N 45th St. The new configuration is reflected in the graphic at bottom.
Work this week included clearing of vegetation, fence placement, drainage improvements, and removal of concrete in the project work zone. Crews will work this weekend installing the conduit crossing for the new rapid flashing beacon on N. Midvale Pl. East and West bound traffic will be detoured on Saturday, May 16 while we work in the roadway.
As early as Monday, May 18, crews will continue work on the new pedestrian and drainage improvements. Expect lanes to be shifted on N Midvale PL to allow for crew to work safely.
Please note that at this time no work is expected on Memorial Day Weekend.
Work will continue the week of May 26 including additional work at N 36th St and Phinney.
Work on the weekend of May 30 and 31 is estimated to be the most impactful. Crews will start work at 7 am Saturday to remove the existing concrete roadway. The new concrete will be poured overnight Saturday into early Sunday morning. Crews will start work early Monday morning to reopen the road prior to rush-hour traffic. You can expect loud noise, vibrations and dust. East and West bound traffic will be detoured, local access will be maintained where possible. Watch for detour signs.
As work continues, please remember to share the sidewalk and the road with pedestrians and cyclists, practice appropriate social distancing measures, and be aware of your surroundings.
What to expect during construction
- Typical work hours from 7 AM to 5 PM, throughout the week
- On-street parking and lane restrictions near work locations
- Temporary sidewalk and crosswalk closures with signed detours
- Noise, dust, concrete and asphalt odors, and vibration
- Access to businesses and residences will remain open, driveway restrictions will apply
- Work is weather dependent, so timing of work may change if needed
- Contact us directly at [email protected], or call 206-375-5636.
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Thanks for your patience and support while we complete this project. We’re working to minimize construction impacts as much as possible.