On and off street closures to happen in Snoqualmie beginning March 4

February 28, 2013

By Staff

Project work for the Falls Avenue Southeast and Southeast Cedar Street Rehabilitation and Infrastructure Improvement Project in Snoqualmie is scheduled to begin the week of March 4 and will continue through December 2013.

Initial work will start on Southeast Cedar Street between Silva Avenue Southeast and Southeast Fir Street. Work will also be done at the following locations as the project progresses: Southeast 90th Street from Railroad Avenue Southeast to Falls Avenue Southeast; entire width of Falls Avenue Southeast from Southeast 90th Street to the intersection of Southeast Beta Street; Southeast Epsilon Street from Schusman Avenue Southeast to Falls Avenue Southeast; and Southeast Beta Street from Schusman Avenue Southeast to Railroad Avenue Southeast.

The project will encompass improvements to existing roadway including curb, gutter, planter and sidewalks. Additionally, sidewalks, sidewalk ramps and street signs will be evaluated for compliance, constructed and installed per standards and guidelines. The storm drainage, water main and sanitary sewer lines will be evaluated and replaced where needed.

Street closures are anticipated and traffic control measures will be provided. Access to residential homes and businesses will be maintained.

Questions may be directed to Kamal Mahmoud, Snoqualmie project engineer, at 831-4919 or kmahmoud@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us.

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