Summer Road & Sidewalk Improvement Projects

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A Public Works maintenance worker levels concrete as part of walkway resurfacing.

City road construction crews are taking advantage of good weather to pave and overlay roads, replace and construct new sidewalks, and make other improvements designed to facilitate traffic flow and water drainage. In 2020, we'll be working on the following capital improvement projects:

NE 195th Street and 164th Ave NE Overlay

Project features pavement maintenance and widening of NE 195th Street to provide two 10 foot lanes and a 5 foot walkable shoulder. Includes improvements to the intersection of NE 195th St and 164th Ave NE to allow more space for vehicles to pass.

As of the end of August, all paving, gate, and curbing has been completed. Pathway striping and mountable curbs will be installed shortly.

124th Ave NE Sidewalk

Project features construction of additional sidewalks along the east side of 124th Avenue NE from NE 155th Place to NE 160th Street. This project was identified to further the City Council's priority of addressing transportation issues and improve pedestrian safety along school walk routes.

Construction began the week of August 3rd and is expected to continue until the end of September.

2020 Overlay in East Wellington Area

Project to repave streets in the Leota Middle School and Wellington Elementary school area.

Streets to receive overlay improvements include portions of:
- NE 195th Street
- 166th Avenue NE
- 168th Avenue NE
- 170th Avenue NE
- 162nd Avenue NE
- NE 187th Street/164th Avenue NE

Construction began August 10 and is expected to continue through September 30. Look out for possible detours and delays starting August 25.

Woodinville-Snohomish Overlay

Project to repave portion of Woodinville-Snohomish Road north of Woodinville Fire & Rescue Headquarters and south of NE 190th st. An additional section of NE 195th St just west of Woodinville-Snohomish Road is also included in the project boundaries. Construction is estimated to begin late August. Paving will start in early October and the project will be completed in late October.

Local pedestrian access at 178th and 183rd will be impacted by construction. Please exercise caution and remain alert when walking near construction zones.

*See News Feed below for latest project updates and road closure announcements*

Crosswalk Improvements

Project features installation of Rapid Rectangular Flashing Beacons (RRFB) at key pedestrian crossings in town. Crossings include:

- Garden Way between Mill Place and NE 175th Street (two intersections)
- Mill Place between Woodinville-Snohomish Road NE and Garden Way
- 140th Avenue NE between Mill Place and and NE 181st Street

Construction is set to begin in the fall.

City road construction crews are taking advantage of good weather to pave and overlay roads, replace and construct new sidewalks, and make other improvements designed to facilitate traffic flow and water drainage. In 2020, we'll be working on the following capital improvement projects:

NE 195th Street and 164th Ave NE Overlay

Project features pavement maintenance and widening of NE 195th Street to provide two 10 foot lanes and a 5 foot walkable shoulder. Includes improvements to the intersection of NE 195th St and 164th Ave NE to allow more space for vehicles to pass.

As of the end of August, all paving, gate, and curbing has been completed. Pathway striping and mountable curbs will be installed shortly.

124th Ave NE Sidewalk

Project features construction of additional sidewalks along the east side of 124th Avenue NE from NE 155th Place to NE 160th Street. This project was identified to further the City Council's priority of addressing transportation issues and improve pedestrian safety along school walk routes.

Construction began the week of August 3rd and is expected to continue until the end of September.

2020 Overlay in East Wellington Area

Project to repave streets in the Leota Middle School and Wellington Elementary school area.

Streets to receive overlay improvements include portions of:
- NE 195th Street
- 166th Avenue NE
- 168th Avenue NE
- 170th Avenue NE
- 162nd Avenue NE
- NE 187th Street/164th Avenue NE

Construction began August 10 and is expected to continue through September 30. Look out for possible detours and delays starting August 25.

Woodinville-Snohomish Overlay

Project to repave portion of Woodinville-Snohomish Road north of Woodinville Fire & Rescue Headquarters and south of NE 190th st. An additional section of NE 195th St just west of Woodinville-Snohomish Road is also included in the project boundaries. Construction is estimated to begin late August. Paving will start in early October and the project will be completed in late October.

Local pedestrian access at 178th and 183rd will be impacted by construction. Please exercise caution and remain alert when walking near construction zones.

*See News Feed below for latest project updates and road closure announcements*

Crosswalk Improvements

Project features installation of Rapid Rectangular Flashing Beacons (RRFB) at key pedestrian crossings in town. Crossings include:

- Garden Way between Mill Place and NE 175th Street (two intersections)
- Mill Place between Woodinville-Snohomish Road NE and Garden Way
- 140th Avenue NE between Mill Place and and NE 181st Street

Construction is set to begin in the fall.

  • Woodinville-Snohomish Road Paving Updates

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    September 4th Update:

    • Curbs, sidewalks, and ramps were sawcut and removed at 178th , 183rd
    • Tracks were sawcut on Wood-Sno between 190th and 183rd
    • New curb and gutter was installed at 178th
    • Work on pouring the new sidewalk and ramps in this location will begin this week
    • Local pedestrian access at 178th and 183rd will be impacted by construction, please exercise caution and remain alert when walking near construction zones

    September 14th Update:

    • Curb/sidewalk/ramp removals are complete, and most of the new concrete curb/sidewalk/& ramps are finished.
    • Video traffic detection systems will be installed at project intersections 9/14 to 9/18. These cameras are for traffic detection only, to be used when the traffic loops in the roadway are cut during the grind and paving process. New traffic loops will be installed after the paving is complete.
    • Two night time closures are planned for the next week:
      • Wood-Sno will close for 1 night on the night of 9/21 (to remove railroad tracks in roadway), from 7pm to 6am
      • Ne 195th will close for 2 nights on 9/22 & 9/23 (grind on 22nd, pave on 23rd), from 7pm to 6am

    September 28th Update:

    This week the rain put a damper on the bulk of the grinding and paving work that was planned, but that will proceed next week instead. See highlights below:

    • Removed the railroad tracks on Wood-Sno in between 183rd and 190th.
      • Paved back the same night to existing road surface. Top 2” will be planed and repaved with the rest of the roadway, but this ensures road functionality in the mean time
    • Planed 195th between 136th and Wood-Sno. Due to trucking delays, the intersection at 136th was not planed, it will be finished on Monday night. The remainder of 195thplus the 522 on ramp was planed. ssisted with
      • Added cold mix around structures and paper joints to the edges of the grind at roadway transitions
    • Punched a hole in front of the catch basin on the north side of 195th and created a small channel to the catch basin on the south side to allow for water to drain off of the road to prevent the ponding that was observed. Work was completed under Minor Change per a field directive.

    Next week we plan to grind the rest of 136th and then continue onto Wood-Sno Road on Monday, paving it back on Tuesday. Due to a lack of trucking availability, the contractor will alternating paving and grinding days, so we anticipate that all paving will be complete the week of October 9.