Roadwork and Maintenance closures

CITY OF MARYSVILLE PROJECTS:

1st Street Bypass

City council awarded the 1st Street Bypass construction contract on Monday, May 13, 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 SR529 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. There will be single lane closures on 47th Avenue, between 2nd Street and 56th PL NE, in July and August to accommodate Comcast and Frontier utility relocates, waterline relocates and to accommodate steel sheet pile installation for the new 1st St Bypass intersection.

No parking is posted until October 2019 on 1st Street from State Ave to Alder Ave. 

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.

2019 Pavement Preservation Program (Overlays)

Beginning Wednesday, July 17th, there will be one lane closures northbound and southbound on State Avenue from 80th St to 88th St. Please contact Kyle Woods, Project Engineer at 360.363.8286 or kwoods@marysvillewa.gov with any questions or concerns.

STREETS DEPT. WORK

During summer months the Streets Department crews have much to do to keep our streets in good repair. Driver's patience and awareness are appreciated in these work areas:

Crews have started applying replacement thermoplastic markings at intersections (crosswalks, turn arrows, etc.) across the City. Please drive carefully in these areas and follow the temporary traffic control. 

Crews will also be out mowing City right of ways. The boom mowers are slow moving vehicles and traffic may be impacted by temporary lane closures.

WSDOT Projects:

US 2 between Bickford Avenue and the I-5 interchangeThis $11.6 million paving and preservation project on resumes this summer. Contractor crews with Lakeside Industries completed most of the 3 mile the project in 2018. However, weather-related postponements and colder temperatures meant the final two westbound closures of US 2 between Snohomish and Everett had to be postponed to this year.

To finish the remaining preservation work on the westbound lanes from the Snohomish River to the Interstate 5 interchange, the contractor needs up to two weekend closures of westbound US 2 between State Route 204 and I-5. The narrow westbound trestle does not have adequate space to accommodate construction crews, equipment and safely keep a lane of traffic open. The work being done during those closures takes much longer than a standard overnight closure of 7 hours.

Due to the fact the work is weather-dependent, WSDOT has identified seven possible weekends for the closures.

2019 tentative weekend westbound US 2 closure dates:

  • July 20 – 21  POSTPONED due to unfavorable weather forecast.
  • Now scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday, August 2 to 4 a.m., Monday, August 5. 

If weather postpones a closure, the next weekend will be used as identified above. During these closures, traffic will detour via State Route 9 to either SR 528 to the north, or SR 96 to the south. Expect to see backups and delays on these routes. WSDOT will be working with emergency services, the media and surrounding school districts to notify the traveling public.
Additional information is on the project webpage.  WSDOT will update you as the work progresses.

Ebey Slough Bridge to SR531 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: 

Wednesday, June 26, to the morning of Friday, June 28 - At least one right lane of northbound I-5 between SR 529 and 88th Street Northeast will close from 8 p.m. to 9 a.m. nightly.

Wednesday, June 26, to the morning of Friday, June 28 - Two right lanes of northbound I-5 between SR 529 and 88th Street Northeast will close from 9 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. nightly.

Wednesday, June 26, to the morning of Friday, June 28 - The SR 528 ramp to northbound I-5 will close from 11 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. nightly.

116th St NE Interchange - Tulalip Tribes Lead

Highway: I-5    Region: Northwest    County: Snohomish    Location: Milepost(s) 202.20 - 202.70
Contact: Mark Sawyer, Project Engineer, 425-225-8799
Description: Tulalip Tribes contractor crews are reconstructing the I-5/116th Street Northeast interchange in Marysville.
Project webpage
Work schedule: 

Monday, July 15th, the northbound I-5 off ramp to 116th St NE will close from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Tuesday, July 16th, the northbound I-5 off ramp to 116th St NE will close from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Wednesday, July 17th, the southbound I-5 on ramp from 116th St NE will close from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.

Thursday, July 18th, the northbound I-5 on ramp from 116th St NE will close from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.

Snohomish County Projects

No information at this time.

Private Contractors Projects

Ridgeview Plat - ROW improvements along 83rd Ave
Sagewood Plat – trucks hauling onto 63XX 83rd Ave

Last updated July 16, 2019