Kitsap County Road Report

Selected roads will be affected by maintenance work this week

PORT ORCHARD — Selected roads in Kitsap County are under maintenance and repair work this week.

County road crews are working this week on the following roads:

South Kitsap:

Crews are doing maintenance work at the locations shown. Expect moderate delays of up to 10 minutes in the immediate vicinity of the work.

  • Bowe Lane Southeast – Monday
  • Jacobs Lane Southeast – Tuesday
  • Saber Lane Southeast – Wednesday
  • Carriage Place Southeast – Thursday and Friday

Central Kitsap:

Crews are crack sealing in various locations on Seabeck Highway Northwest, between Newberry Hill Road and Miami Beach Road, all week. Expect moderate delays of up to 10 minutes in the immediate vicinity of the work.

Expect moderate delays of 5-10 minutes on Ridgetop Boulevard Northwest (between SR 303 and Quail Run Drive) as work continues on a stormwater improvement project there. There may be intermittent lane closures and lane diversions for trucks entering or leaving the construction site. Use caution when traveling through the project.

Short delays are expected on Silverdale Way between Byron and Anderson Hill Road as a contractor completes work on the project there. Ceccanti Inc. continues construction on this project. Traffic may be limited to one lane in each direction during construction. This project continues through spring 2019.

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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