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 places 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 at 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 the Everett area. Paving, barrier and drainage work, sign installation, electrical work and striping continues. Watch for traffic signs.

I-5 overpass work continues between Highway 526 (the Boeing Freeway) and Marine View Drive in Everett. The state will close lanes and reroute drivers onto several downtown Everett streets, including Pacific and Hewitt avenues and Lowell Road-52nd Street. Street closures could cause ramp and city street backups.

Work on the southbound I-5 traffic split at the Pacific Avenue overpass continues. Traffic splits with two lanes to the left and one to the right. Drivers can exit only from the right lane. Speed limit reduced to 50 mph. Watch for flaggers during daytime hours. The Marine View Drive onramp to southbound I-5 is closed 10 p.m. to 8:30 a.m. The westbound U.S. 2 onramp on to southbound I-5 will be closed from 10 p.m. to 8:30 a.m. Offramps at Everett Avenue, U.S. 2 and California Avenue are open.

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.


Highway 9 from 256th Street NE to Harvey Road. Lane closures through Friday. Roadwork.


Filbert Drive between 204th Street SE and Grimes Road. Road closed weekdays through April 4. Utilities and frontage improvements.

191st Street SE between 25th Avenue SE and 28th Avenue SE. Lane closure through April 11. Utility installation and frontage improvements.


Lowell-Larimer Road east of 56th Avenue SE. Lane closure through April 11. Utility installation.

Lake Stevens

20th Street SE between 79th Avenue SE and 83rd Avenue SE, and 79th north of 20th. Lane closures through April 4. Sewer installation.


Highway 9 from Maltby Road to 233rd Place SE. Lane closures through Friday. Striping. Canceled if raining.


51st Avenue NE, southbound between 123rd Place NE and 119th Street NE, and 122nd Place NE west of 51st Avenue NE. Lane closures through April 18. Gas main installation.

Plat of Timberbrook between 51st Avenue NE and the end of 55th Avenue NE. Lane closure through April 16. Gas service installation.

Mill Creek

Meadow Road between 140th Street SW and 142nd Street SW. Lane closure through April 14. Utility installation.

Highway 527 near 186th Place SE. Lane closure nightly through Thursday. Lane striping. Rain cancels.


Clearview Drive north of Maplewood Avenue. Lane closure through April 25. Road repair.


Seattle Hill Road at 145th Street SE. Lane closure through April 14. Utility installation and frontage improvements.

Elliott Road between Connelly Road and Broadway Avenue. Full road closure through April 11. Flood damaged road repair.

43rd Avenue SE north of 52nd Street SE. Lane closure through April 11. Transmission line project.

Storm Lake Road south of Dubuque Road. Road closed April 8 and 9. Road subgrade repair.

Thrashers Corner

Grannis Road at the 18900 block, west of 35th Avenue SE. Lane closure through April 4. Aerial installation.


Echo Lake Road between 212st Place SE and 215th Place SE. Lane closure through April 9. Road widening and striping.

Ongoing roadwork


39th Avenue SE at 220th Street SE. Lane closure through April 4. Aerial cable installation.


56th Avenue SE between 116th Street SE and Lowell-Larimer Road. Lane closure through April 11. Utility installation and frontage improvements.

106th Place SW just west of Fourth Avenue W. Lane closure through Friday. Utility connections and frontage improvements.

Granite Falls

Mountain Loop Highway in the 23900 block area. Single lane closure through Friday. Damaged cable replacement.


172nd Street SW. Full road closure through April 4. Utility installation and frontage improvements.


East of Marysville city limits. Lane closures through May 30. Verizon is installing fiber-optic cable.


115th Avenue SE at 92nd Street SE. Lane closure through April 4. Road widening.


78th Drive NW between 319th Place NW and South Lake Ketchum Road. Lane closure through Friday. Utility installation.

Thrashers Corner

Grannis Road at the 18900 block, west of 35th Avenue SE. Lane closure through April 4. Aerial cable installation on existing poles.

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