Kitsap County roadways affected by maintenance, construction | The Road Report

PORT ORCHARD — The following roadways in Kitsap County will be impacted in the coming weeks by construction and maintenance work supervised by the county’s public works department:

South Kitsap Area

ONGOING – Vegetation management and shoulder maintenance in South Kitsap this week

County crews are doing maintenance at these locations this week. Short delays of five minutes or less are expected in the immediate vicinity of the work. Flaggers will direct motorists around the work.

Mullenix Road SE – Overhead brush cutting

(between SR 160 WB ramp and Long Lake Road SE)

Long Lake Road SE – Shoulder repair

(between Mile Hill Drive and SR 160)

Central Kitsap Area

ONGOING – Maintenance work at various locations in Central Kitsap

County crews are ditching, overhead brushing, and maintaining shoulders at various locations this week. Short delays of five minutes or less are expected in the immediate vicinity of the work. Flaggers will direct motorists around the work.

ONGOING Silverdale Way NW

(between SR 303 and NW Misty Ridge Lane)

A contractor is working here on a sanitary sewer piping replacement project. Traffic lanes are revised with two-way traffic maintained. Significant delays of up to 15 minutes are possible in the immediate vicinity of the work. Flaggers will assist motorists through the work area. Work here continues through December.

ONGOING – NE Fairgrounds Road

(at the intersection with Central Valley Road NW)

Nordland Construction Crews are working on widening the intersection for the addition of sidewalks, left turn lanes, and a new traffic signal and illumination system. To accommodate this widening, crews are building new retaining walls. Traffic is being controlled with a four-way stop and flaggers at all legs of the intersection. Flaggers are also available to assist pedestrians through the work zone. Expect moderate delays of 5-10 minutes in the immediate vicinity of the work. Click here to read more about this project.

ONGOING – Silverdale Way NW

(at the intersection with NW Myhre Road)

Revised traffic lanes with two-way traffic being maintained. Expect delays of up to 15 minutes in the immediate vicinity of the work. Alternate routes to avoid delays are highly encouraged. Flaggers will direct motorists through the work area. Construction continues through mid-December. Construction information is available here.

North Kitsap Area:

ONGOING – Washington Boulevard NE/E 4th Street NE

(between Ohio Avenue NE and the end of County maintenance on Washington Boulevard )

A weight limit of 10,000 pounds is in place at this location.

NEW – Maintenance work at various locations in North Kitsap

County crews are maintaining shoulders at these locations this week. Short delays of five minutes or less are expected in the immediate vicinity of the work. Flaggers will direct motorists around the work.

Clear Creek Road NE

(between Finn Hill Road Ne to Pioneer Hill Road NE)

Mountain View Road

(between Silverdale Way and Clear Creek Road NE)

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