Nighttime construction set for the 15th Street NE/NW; several projects begin Monday

  • Friday, August 10, 2018 3:56pm
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On Friday, Aug. 10, A Street NE from 15th Street NE/NW to 14th Street NE will be closed from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. for construction activities for the 15th Street NE/NW preservation project.

Signed detour routes will be posted. The work is dependent on weather.

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

Elsewhere

• On Monday, Aug. 13, from 9 a.m. to noon, utility work by CenturyLink Communications will require a right lane closure on east bound Auburn Way South (SR 164), from Riverwalk Drive SE to Dogwood Street SE. The work is not dependent on weather

Access to residences and businesses within the project area will be maintained during construction, but delays should be expected.

• On Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 13 and 14, utility work by NorthSky Communications for CenturyLink will require lane closures and disruptions to the intersection of South Division Street and 2nd Street SE/SW from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The work is not dependent on weather.

Access to residences and businesses within the project area will be maintained during construction, but delays should be expected. Please pay close attention to police officers, flaggers and signs.

• Beginning Monday, Aug. 13, through approximately Thursday, Aug. 16, construction work by R.W. Scott Construction Co. for the 37th Street NW & B Street NW main valve replacement project will require lane restrictions at the intersection of B Street NW & 37th Street NW from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

The work is dependent on weather and may be rescheduled without further notice.

Access to residences and businesses within the project area will be maintained during construction, but delays should be expected.

For more information about the projects listed, contact the City at 253-931-3010.


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