Shelton, WA — Due to the snowstorm we received last week, some of the concrete work that was scheduled for completion during that time on Olympic Highway North (OHN) could not be completed. This has caused an unexpected delay in the work schedule requiring an adjustment to the planned road closure dates for OHN and Northcliff Road.
While the snowstorm has caused an unexpected delay in the work schedule on OHN, we are still anticipating that the entire Downtown Connector Project will be completed in mid-June. Learn more about the Downtown Connector Project on our website.
We appreciate your continued patience as we work to improve the City’s infrastructure. For your safety, please stay alert, watch for lane/channelization changes, and obey all constructions signs and flagging personnel.
Contact the Public Works Department at 360-426-9731 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or concerns. Office hours are 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
UPDATED CLOSURE DATES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
OLYMPIC HIGHWAY NORTH
Olympic Highway North will be closed through Friday, April 12, 2019 between 7th Street and C Street, including nights and weekends. Signs will be on display designating the work area and directing traffic towards the recommended detour routes. Northcliff Road will continue to serve as the primary detour route during this extended closure.
During the remainder of the closure, crews will be working to install new curbs and sidewalks, center islands, street lighting, landscaping, a rain garden next to the library on 8th Street, and new pavement between 7th Street and C Street.
Northcliff Road will be closed from mid-April to mid-May between W Pine Street and Poplar Street, including nights and weekends. Signs will be on display designating the work area and directing traffic toward the recommended detour routes. Olympic Highway North will serve as the primary detour route during this extended closure. N 1st Street will be accessible from San Joaquin Ave via W Birch Street.
During the upcoming closure, the remainder of the old roadbed will be removed, the traffic circle will be constructed at 1st & Alder, and new sidewalks and streetlights will be installed.