Extensive construction work will soon begin on M Street Southeast, from mid-June to early September. COURTESY MAP, City of Auburn

Construction work to begin on M Street SE

  • Wednesday, May 24, 2017 3:12pm
  • News

Construction work begins in mid-June on the M Street Southeast Improvements Project.

Crews will replace utilities and worn pavement on M Street Southeast, from 3rd Street Southeast to East Main Street. The construction work involves replacing and upgrading deep storm drain pipe, water main and service line and full depth roadway re-construction.

The work will require full continuous closure of M Street Southeast from approximately June 26 until Sept. 1.

During this time, signed detours will be in place as shown on the map.

Access to residents within the work zone will be maintained. Additional notices will be provided as work progresses. The public’s patience is appreciated as the City works to complete this essential construction project.

For more information, contact the City of Auburn Community Development and Public Works Department at 253-931-3010.

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