Roadwork and Maintenance closures

CITY OF MARYSVILLE PROJECTS:

Civic Center Project

Delta Ave between 5th St & 8th St is subject to intermittent one way traffic control and steel sheet in the roadway due to utility installation. This will work continue through June. and may be further impacted when Public Works waterline work continues.  

State Avenue Widening Project - 100th to 104th Streets

The two-block section of State Avenue roadway north of 100th Street NE, spanning the Quil Ceda Creek crossing, will be closed for construction through Sunday, June 7th. Businesses and residential access will remain open during the closure.

Detour signage will be in place throughout the intersection closure. Drivers should plan for local trips to take an additional 10-15 minutes using detour routes that will direct traffic off of State Avenue to 51st Avenue NE via Shoultes and 136th Streets. Reader boards are in place to provide advance notice.

A dedicated pedestrian corridor on the east side of the roadway will be in place throughout the work zone. It will be lit to provide an added measure of safety for those traveling through the work zone at night and will be cordoned off to keep people a safe distance from the work and equipment.

The city’s contractor for this project is Strider Construction.

When this phase is complete next year, the State Avenue roadway between 100th Street NE and 104th Place NE will have five lanes instead of three along with curb, gutter and sidewalk and street lighting to improve traffic and pedestrian safety. Construction of the last remaining corridor from 104th Pl NE to 116th St NE is not yet funded.

Soper Hill Road and 83rd Avenue NE

The intersection of Soper Hill Road and 83rd Avenue NE will be closed for construction starting Tuesday, May 19, through Thursday, June 18. Reader boards will provide advance notice; detours and signage will be in place throughout the intersection closure.

The closure for construction of a new mini-roundabout there will help improve contractor and public safety, reduce the amount of impact to the traveling public, and reduce construction costs.

The project is managed by the City of Marysville in coordination with the City of Lake Stevens. The property falls within both city limits.

The city’s contractor is Reece Construction.

1st Street Bypass

City council awarded the 1st Street Bypass construction contract on Monday, May 13, 2019 to Scarsella Bros., Inc., in the amount of $12,947,526.86. From Kent, WA, Scarsella is well qualified to build the new arterial, having built many similar projects.

The bypass project includes widening 1st Street from (2) lanes to (5) lanes, between State and Alder, and will extend 1st Street as a (2) lane bypass from Alder to 47th Avenue. The roadway improvements will include a shared-use path, illumination and traffic signal improvements. With completion of WSDOT’s interchange project at SR 529 in 2022, the bypass will provide important commuter access to I-5, and allow them to bypass congestion on 4th Street and the BNSF crossing.

There will be significant construction traffic on 1st Street between State Avenue and Alder Avenue, and on 47th Avenue, to support this work. 

No parking is posted on 1st Street from State Ave to Alder Ave. 

Due to construction that has started on 47th Ave NE, commuters and residents are advised to avoid 47th Ave NE, south of 3rd Street at this time. The roadway is still open to 2-way traffic with one narrow lane in each direction. If use of 47th Ave cannot be avoided, please Give’m a Brake and move cautiously through the construction area. 

We appreciate your patience during this important project. We will do our best to minimize impacts to the community, and to build the City an exciting new roadway project. Please contact Steven Miller, Senior Project Manager at 360.363.8285 or smiller@marysvillewa.gov with any questions or concerns.

Street Department

No projects to report at this time.

WSDOT Projects:

Steamboat Slough - Mitigation Site - #9435

Highway: SR 529 Region: Northwest County: Snohomish Location: Milepost(s) 5.59 - 6.12
Contact: Shawn Wendt, Project Engineer, 425-225-8726
Description: WSDOT contractor crews restoring nearly 11 acres of estuarine habitat.
Project webpage
Work schedule:  No lane or ramp closures are scheduled.

Ebey Slough Bridge to SR 531 Interchange Paving & ADA Compliance - #9028

Highway: I-5 Region: Northwest County: Snohomish Location: Milepost(s) 198.50 - 200.50
Contact: Mark Sawyer, Project Engineer, 425-225-8799
Description: WSDOT contractor crews are repaving an 8-mile stretch of southbound I-5 between SR 531 and SR 529, and about 7-miles of northbound I-5 between SR 529 and 136th Street Northeast in Marysville.
Project webpage
Work schedule:  Work suspended until Spring 2020

108th St NE Intersection Improvements - #9195

Highway: SR 9 Region: Northwest County: Snohomish Location: Milepost(s) 21.77 - 22.03
Contact: Mark Sawyer, Project Engineer, 425-225-8799
Description: WSDOT contractor crews are building a single-lane roundabout at the intersection of SR 9 and 108th Street Northeast in Marysville.
Project webpage
Work Scheduled:  

  • Monday, June 1, to the morning of Friday, June 5 - One lane of SR 9 will close 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. nightly.

  • Sunday, June 7, to the morning of Friday, June 12 - One lane of SR 9 will close 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. nightly.

  • Sunday, June 14, to the morning of Friday, June 19 - One lane of SR 9 will close 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. nightly.

Snohomish County Projects

Marysville/Tulalip/Lakewood

Marine Dr, between Hermosa Beach Rd and 42nd Dr NW 
Alternating single lane closure extended through June 26, 8am - 4pm. Quilceda Excavation Inc will install water main and 8" sewer main for service to new housing development located on Tribal Land. #20 -105462MS

Private Contractors Projects

  •  105th St at State Ave will be closed from 7:30am to 3:30pm on Tuesday, June 2nd and Wednesday, June 3rd. Contractor Land Dirt Pipe (LDP)  is working on the 105th Sewer Extension Project. Notices will be distributed by LDP to residents in the area.

Last updated May 29, 2020