Section of Bay Street to be closed for three days

Detours to begin Monda, Aug. 6.

PORT ORCHARD — Motorists who use Bay Street may be affected by its closure for storm repairs starting Monday, Aug. 6.

Both lanes of Bay Street will be closed from Guy Wetzel Street to Arnold Avenue so that crews can make repairs to damaged roads. The lanes will be blocked off from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Wednesday, Aug. 8, although the road could reopen earlier depending on the project’s progress. The road will be open to local traffic only.

Detours will be in place, according to the City of Port Orchard public works department, but motorists are encouraged to take alternate routes.

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