The Road Report: Sept. 17-21

Selected roadways in Kitsap County will be affected by repairs, construction.

PORT ORCHARD — Selected Kitsap County roads will be impacted by construction and repair work during the week of Sept. 17-21, according to the county’s public works department.

General road maintenance includes vegetation management, ditch work, and other maintenance work on or near the travel lanes. Delays for these projects are usually a minute or two, and the crews move work sites frequently.

Projects where delays are expected to create delays of more than a few minutes or include detours, closures or other restrictions, are listed with details below:

South Kitsap

Crews are paving East Maple Street (between Valley and Spring) on Monday, Sept. 17. They are paving East Spruce Street (between Valley and Spring and between Spring and Colchester) Tuesday, Sept. 18. Both projects are weather dependent. Expect moderate delays between 5 and 10 minutes.

Crews are completing a drainage and sidewalk project on Tidepool Place East (at the intersection with East Sandbar Court) Sept. 19-21. Expect moderate delays between 5 and 10 minutes.

Central Kitsap

Crews will be pre-leveling these roads is the upcoming week. Expect delays of about 5 minutes in the vicinity of this work.

Tiger Mission – Sept. 17

North Mission – Sept. 18-19

North Mission/Ridgecrest Drive – Sept. 20

Northeast Electric continues work on a project to install a new traffic signal at the intersection of Northwest Newberry Hill Road and Tieton Place Northwest. Expect short delays 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 an improvement project there. Flaggers direct motorists through the work area.

Construction continues on Silverdale Way Northwest from 600 feet south of Byron to Anderson Hill Road. Expect intermittent delays in the immediate vicinity of the work. Flaggers direct motorists through the work area. All businesses are open during construction but drivers can expect some delay. Plan ahead or find alternate routes to minimize inconveniences.

North Kitsap

Washington Avenue Northeast (between Grandview Boulevard Northeast to the Keyport Boat Launch), and from SR 308 to Northeast Fir Street is closed Sept. 15 for Keyport Fest 2018.

Work on the stormwater conveyance system is causing short delays on Silverdale Way Northwest between Misty Ridge and Ridgetop Boulevard. Short delays of less than 5 minutes are expected. Work continues through April 2019.

Shoulder-widening work continues on Hansville Road Northeast between 360th and Northeast Gust Halvor. Expect moderate delays of 5-10 minutes.

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

Upcoming roadwork

Coming Sept. 22: Ogle Road (between Brownsville Highway Northeast and the north end of the Port Of Brownsville parking lot) will be closed to general vehicular access Saturday, Sept. 22 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The closure is part of the Brownsville Appreciation Day 2018 festivities.

Coming Sept. 24: Work on safety and stormwater improvements on Carney Lake Road Southeast (from MP 1.27 to 1.62 near Wye Lake-South of Southwest Grace Street ) begins Monday, Sept. 24. Significant delays and some detours are expected. Learn more about the project at kcowa.us/CarneyLake.

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