The Road Report | South Kitsap roads impacted by work this week

According to Kitsap County Public Works, the following South Kitsap roads will be affected this week by repair or construction work:

The following South Kitsap roads will be affected this week by repair or construction work:

ONGOING – E Main Street / E Madrone Avenue

(from the intersection of Beach Drive E and Spring Street E to Alaska Avenue E )

This road will be closed through September 16 for phase 3 of a continuing stormwater project there. Closures are from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. Traffic will be detoured around the work. Plan for significant delays. Use alternate routes when possible to avoid delays. Click here for more information about this project.

NEW  – Bethel Burley Road SE (at the intersection with SE Oak Road)

County crews are repairing a guardrail here Thursday. Flaggers will assist motorists through the work area. Delays should be short, less than five minutes in the vicinity of the work.

NEW  – Bethel Burley Road SE

(between SE Pine Road and SE Oak Road)

County crews are completing vegetation management activities in this area this week. Flaggers will assist motorists through the work area. Delays should be short, less than five minutes in the vicinity of the work.

NEW  – Jackson Avenue SE

(between SE Salmonberry Road and SR 160-SE Sedgwick Road)

County crews are working on ditch maintenance in this area this week. Flaggers will assist motorists through the work area. Delays should be short, less than five minutes in the vicinity of the work.

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