Expect delays during project in Marysville

Installation of a new water main on Sunnyside Blvd. will start April 9 and end in May.

MARYSVILLE — Work to build a new water main along Sunnyside Boulevard NE starts in April and is expected to cause traffic delays.

Beginning April 9, workers plan to install a 537-foot-long main from Soper Hill Road to 29th Place NE. The project is scheduled to be finished in May.

During the work, drivers can expect lane closures, with flaggers stopping vehicles. It’s a fairly busy commuter corridor, according to the city. The new water main is a $141,671 project.

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