Part of Seattle Hill Road in Mill Creek to close for rebuilding

MILL CREEK — Seattle Hill Road is scheduled to close for five days starting at 6 a.m. Aug. 14. Snohomish County Public Works is rebuilding the road.

The closed section runs from north of 148th Street SE to south of 141st Street SE. A detour runs along 35th Avenue SE and 132nd Street SE. The road is scheduled to reopen at 10 p.m. Aug. 18. The intersections at 148th and 141st streets will remain open.

The Seattle Hill Road project, spanning from 132nd Street SE to 35th Avenue SE, is on schedule and 25 percent complete. The project includes widening the road to three lanes to include a center turn lane, and the addition of bike lanes, curbs and sidewalks.

The $8 million project is expected to wrap up next summer.

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