Road report

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

New or updated road work

Everett

* 100th Street SE, at 31st Avenue SE. Lane closed until Jan. 14. Water connection.

Lake Stevens

* S. Lake Stevens Road between 18th Street SE and 20th Street SE. Lane closed until Jan. 21. Frontage work.

Lynnwood

* I-5 at 44th Avenue W. Right three lanes of northbound I-5 closed 7 p.m. tonight to 5 a.m. Tuesday. Re-striping.

Mill Creek

* 41st Avenue SE between 148th Street SE and 156th Street SE. Lane closed until March 3. Installing sewer and water service for Wynwood Meadows.

Monroe

* Trombley Road between Robinhood Lane and Badke Road. Lane closed until Jan. 31. Paving and water.

Mukilteo

* Highway 525 between Highway 99 and Highway 526. Lanes closed until Friday. Barrier installation and utility adjustments.

Stanwood

* Marine Drive at 161st Street NE. Lane closed until Jan. 31. Gas main. n 68th Avenue NW between 280th Street NW and 288th Street NW. Road closed until Jan. 24. The street’s intersection with 248th Street NW will be open at all times. Detours will be posted. Installing a sewer system for Kylie Park.

Woodinville-Bothell

* 39th Avenue SE between 220th Street SE and 223rd Street SE. Lane closed until Feb. 7. Storm drainage and frontage improvements.

Ongoing road work

Arlington

* 252nd Street NE, east and west of 20th Drive NE. Lane closure extended through Jan. 31. Frontage improvements. n Arlington Heights Road, just east of Highway 530. Lane closed until Jan. 31. Relocating power lines.

Arlington-Stanwood

* Lakewood Road between W. Lake Goodwin Road and 65th Drive NW. Lane closed until Jan. 31. Water main.

Bothell

* North Road, just north of 183rd Street SW and at 182nd Street SW. Lane closed through the month. Gas main for N. Park Lane. n Locust Way between Lockwood Road and 234th Place SW. Lanes closed until Feb. 2. n Locust Way between Lockwood Road and Barker Road. Lane closed until Jan. 19. n Woodinville-Snohomish Road, 24000 block. Lane closed until Jan. 31. Relocating power pole.

Bothell-Lynnwood

* 198th Place SE between Bartlett Road and First Avenue W. Lane closed until Jan. 31. Water and sewer connections.

Everett

* 94th Place SE, east of 21st Drive SE. Lane closed until Jan. 31. Gas main. n Admiralty Way between Lincoln Way and 148th Street SW. Lane closed until Jan. 18. PUD. n Admiralty Way between Airport and Center roads and on Avondale Road, between its dead end and Center Road. Lane closed until Wednesday. Frontage improvements.

Everett-Lake Stevens

* 83rd Avenue SE between 12th Street SE and 15th Place SE and on 12th Street SE between 83rd Avenue SE and 84th Avenue SE. Single-lane closures until Jan. 19. Gas main. n 12th Street SE between 83rd Avenue SE and 87th Avenue SE. Lane closure extended through Jan. 15. Utilities and frontage improvements.

Granite Falls

* Mountain Loop Highway between milepost 12.5 and the town of Silverton. Lane closed until March 1. Communication facilities.

Lake Stevens

* Cedar Road between 24th Street NE and just north of 28th Street NE. Lane closed through the month. Gas main.

Lynnwood

* 48th Avenue W. between 156th Street SW and 159th Place SW. Lane closed until Feb. 15. Utilities and frontage improvements for Brookview Estates. n Ash Way between 148th Street SE and Madison Way. Lane closure extended through Feb. 15. Utilities and frontage improvements. n Logan Road between the east end of Hubbard and S. Danvers Road and on S. Danvers Road, between Logan Road and 205th Street SW. Lane closed until March 31. Frontage improvements. n Admiralty Way between Lincoln Way and 144th Street SW. Lane closure extended through Feb. 20. Frontage improvements. n Ash Way between 153rd Street SW and 55th Street SW. Lane closed until Feb. 15. Aerial cable.

Lynnwood-Mill Creek

* Cacadian Way at 164th Street SW. Lane closed Thursday until Jan. 21. Maintenance on a valve box.

Marysville

* Third Drive NE, at 140th Street NE (Firetrail Road) and on 118th Street NE, at Aspen Drive. Full, 24-hour daily road closures until Jan. 19. Plat project. n 44th Street NE between 123rd Avenue and 127th Avenue NE; 123rd Avenue NE between 44th Street NE and 60th Street NE; 60th Street NE between 123rd Avenue NE and 110th Avenue NE. Lanes closed until Jan. 31. PUD water main. n 71st Avenue NE, north of Soper Hill Road and on Soper Hill Road, between 71st Avenue NE and 83rd Avenue NE. Lanes closed until June 30. Sewer lines.

Mill Creek

* Intersection area of Cascadian Way and 146th Street SW and intersection area of 146th Street SW and Meridian Drive SE. Lane closure extended through the month. Gas line. n 130th Street SE and on Third Avenue SE. Lane closed until Jan. 26. Gas main. n 161st Street SE between Sunset Road and 164th Street SE. Lane closed until May 14. Sewer and frontage improvements.

Monroe

* Bollenbaugh Hill Road between Woods Creek Road and Old Pipeline Road. Lane closure extended through Jan. 31. Road-widening project. n Old Owen Road between U.S. 2 and Calhoun Road. Road open, but lane closures will continue until further notice. Future full closures still possible. Paving and bridge repairs. For daily updates, call 425-388-3993. n Old Owen Road between 226th Avenue SE and 219th Drive SE and on Calhoun Road, just west of 151st Place SE. Lane closed until Friday. Frontage improvements.

Silver Lake

* 108th Street SE just west of 35th Avenue SE. Lane closed until Feb. 28. Water and frontage improvements. n 35th Avenue SE just north of 108th Street SE. Lane closed until Feb. 28. Water and frontage improvements.

Snohomish

* 56th Avenue, between Lowell-Larimer Road and 114th Street SE and on Lowell-Larimer Road near the Highway 96 intersection. Lane closures extended through the month. Gas main.

Stanwood

* W. Sunday Lake Road between 25th Avenue NW and Highway 532. Lane closed until Feb. 21. n 68th Avenue NW between 280th Street NW and 288th Street NW. Road closure postponed until further notice.

Warm Beach

* Marine Drive between 450 feet north of 188th Street NW and 198th Street NW. Lane closed until Jan. 25. Water main and water service.

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