Kitsap County Road Report

Some delays may be encountered on certain roads between Jan. 14-18.

PORT ORCHARD — A selected number of Kitsap County roads will be impacted by construction and repair work over the upcoming week.

Delays of five minutes or more could be encountered by drivers in the following parts of the county:

South Kitsap:

Regular road maintenance work will cause moderate delays of 5-10 minutes in the following areas:

  • Bandix Road Southeast between Southeast Walnut Road and Southeast Burley Olalla Road — Monday, Jan. 14-Wednesday, Jan. 16.
  • California Avenue Southeast between East Mile Hill Drive and East Chester Road — Monday, Jan. 14-Tuesday, Jan. 15.
  • Bethel Burley Road Southeast at Southeast Dews Lane — Wednesday, Jan. 16.
  • Southeast Mullenix Road between Ramiller Land Southeast and Lawrence Drive Southeast — Thursday, Jan. 17.
  • Southeast Salmonberry Road between Harris Road Southeast to the Port Orchard city limits — Friday, Jan. 18.
  • Beach Drive East between Olney Avenue East and East Lidstrom Hill Road — Friday, Jan. 18.
  • East Hilldale Road near Woods Road East — Friday, Jan. 18.

Central Kitsap:

Regular road maintenance work will cause moderate delays of 5-10 minutes in the following areas:

  • Northeast McWilliams Road at Pine Road Northeast — Friday, Jan. 18.
  • Northwest Holly Road at Seabeck Holly Road Northwest — Friday, Jan. 18.
  • Seabeck Highway Northwest near 1971 Seabeck Highway Northwest — Friday, Jan. 18.
  • Expect moderate delays of 5-10 minutes on Ridgetop Boulevard Northwest (between State Route 303 and Quail Run Drive) as work continues on an improvement project there.

Flaggers will direct motorists through the work area. Some delays may be longer due to equipment movement.

North Kitsap:

  • Washington Boulevard Northeast has a 10,000-pound weight limit in effect. Portions of the road surface are gravel.

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