Road report

How to read your road report: Road restrictions may be near, but not necessarily 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 found in most listings. Weather conditions may change work plans.

Freeway work through Everett

Multiple lanes of I-5 may be closed Monday through Thursday nights and some Friday nights. Closures will be in both directions in various areas between Highway 526 (the Boeing Freeway) and Marine View Drive. Southbound closures begin at 7 p.m. and end between 4 and 6 a.m. Northbound closures begin between 7 and 10 p.m. and end at 6 a.m. Friday night closures end at 8 a.m. Saturdays.

On dry nights this week, I-5 and U.S. 2 onramps and offramps may be closed in Everett. Paving and striping continue. Watch for traffic signs.

I-5 overpass work continues between Highway 526 and Marine View Drive in Everett. Everett streets that could have extra congestion because of the work include the 41st Street overpass for Broadway, Everett Avenue, Hewitt and Lowell Road-52nd Street. Street closures could cause ramp and city street backups.

New or updated roadwork

For information on emergency county road closures and maintenance projects, call Snoho­mish County road maintenance at 360-862-7500 or go to and use the keyword search.


215th Street NE at 88th Avenue SE. Lane closure through Sept. 8. Catch basin installation.

Rivershore Road in the 5000 block of Rivershore Road. Full road closure through Sept. 29.

Fobes Road north of Skipley Road. Lane closure through Sept. 8. Transmission line work.

66th Avenue SE and Skipley Road intersection. Lane closures through Sept. 18. Transmission line work.

Ongoing roadwork


202nd Street SE and 11th Drive SE. Lane closure through Friday. Drainage improvement project.

Barker and Atlas Roads east of Atlas Road and south of Barker. Lane closure through Sept. 1. Utility installation.


104th Place SE, 3600 and 3800 block and 105th Place SE. Lane closures through Friday. Underground cable replacement.

Gold Bar

419th Avenue SE at May Creek Bridge No. 572. Lane closure through Sept. 30. Bridge repair.

Lake Stevens

79th Avenue SE at Eighth Street SE. Lane closure through Sunday. Water and sewer line installation.


Beverly Park Road from 148th Street SW to Picnic Point Road. Lane closure through Sept. 2. Relocation of sewer and water mains.

Beverly Park Road between 52nd Avenue W. and Picnic Point Road. Full road closure through Sept. 3. Snohomish County road improvement project.


122nd Place NE and 51st Avenue NE. Full road closure through Sept. 2. Intersection improvements.

Mill Creek

192nd Street SE west of ­Bothell-Everett Highway. Lane closure through Friday. Frontage work.

164th Street SE west of Third Avenue SE. Lane closure through Friday. Telecommunications work.


High Bridge Road east of Crescent Bridge. Intermittent lane closures through Friday. Culvert replacement.

Silver Lake

Silver Lake Road south of Andrew Sater Road. Lane closure through Friday. Sewer installation and frontage improvements.


South Lake Roesiger and Monroe Camp Grounds. Lane closure through Friday.

Fales Road between Downes Road and Elliot Road. Road closure through Sept. 5. Fish passage culvert replacement.

Home Acres Road north of 60th Street SE. Lane closure through Sept. 5. Transmission line work.

S. Machias Road, south of the Old Machias Road. Full road closure through Sept. 12. Installation of a fish passage culvert.


Tulare Way west of View Place. Lane closed through Oct. 31. Road repair.

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