Road report

Road restrictions may be near, but not in, the cities under which they are listed. Most restrictions are from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays. Any lane on the road could be closed between the two cross streets in most listings.

Weather conditions may change plans. For information on county road projects, call 866-766-7623 or go to and use the keyword search.

State highway and freeway information is at


n 67th Avenue NE, at the 16200 block. A single lane closure through Oct. 8, Utility work.


n Squire Creek Road at Bridge No. 81, west of Stillaguamish Avenue. A full road closure Oct. 4 through Oct. 18. Bridge work.


n 116th Street SE, between 51st Avenue SE and 56th Avenue SE. A single lane closure through Oct. 15. Utility work.

n Meridian Avenue S., between 130th St. SE and Meadow Place SE. A single southbound lane closure through Nov. 5. Water system installation.

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n Mountain Loop Highway at Marten Creek Bridge. Bridge work.

n Mountain Loop Highway at Hemple Creek, east of 363rd Drive NE. A single lane closure through Oct. 8. Road maintenance.


n Totem Beach Road, from 64th Street NW to 70th Street NW. Alternating lane closures through Nov. 12. Utility installation.


n Chain Lake Road, at the 12000 block. A single lane closure through Oct. 15. Utility installation.


n Eide Road. Road closure through December 2011. No detour route. Road work.

n Logan Road, east of Old Pacific Highway at the Burlington Northern Railroad crossing. Permanent road closure.


n 311th Ave. SE, between Mann Road and 160th St. SE. A single lane closure with intermittent full closures. Bridge work.

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