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.

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n 194th Street SE, west of Bothell-Everett Highway, heading east to the end of the county road right-of-way. A single-lane closure through Friday. Water line installation.

Granite Falls

n Menzel Lake Road, between Stanley Street and North Lake Roesiger Road. A full road closure through Aug. 31. A detour will be posted. Culvert replacement.

n Mountain Loop Highway between Whitton Avenue and Coal Lake Road. A single-lane closure through Sept. 20. Culvert replacement.

Lake Stevens

n Sunnyside Boulevard, the 200 block north to 10th Place NE. A single-lane closure through Sept. 30. Sewer pipe installation.

Mill Creek

n North Road, between 164th Place SW and Filbert Road, from Filbert Road to 176th Place SW, from Filbert Road to S. Bellflower Road, from Bellflower Road to 170th Place SW. A single-lane closure through Friday. Road improvement.


n Woods Creek Road at bridge, between Ingraham Hill and Yeager Road. A full road closure through Aug. 13. Bridge work.

n Old Pipeline Road at Bridge No. 608, between Hand Road and Bollenbaugh Road. Full road closure Aug. 9 through Aug. 27. Bridge work.


n Three Lake Road, between 139th Avenue SE and 142nd Drive SE. A full road closure through Aug. 13. Culvert replacement.


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

n 236th Street NW, between Pioneer Highway and Fourth Avenue NW. A single-lane closure through Aug. 16. Embankment repairs.


n 311th Avenue SE, from U.S. 2 south to Ben Howard Road; Ben Howard Road from 311th Avenue SE west to Cedar Ponds Road; Cedar Ponds Road, from Ben Howard Road to end of county road. A single-lane closure through Sept. 3. Utility work.

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