The Road Report

County roads impacted during the week of March 19-23.

KITSAP COUNTY — Kitsap County’s public works department announced Friday, March 16 that the following county roads will be impacted by construction or repair work through Friday, March 23:

SOUTH KITSAP

Road maintenance crews are doing regular maintenance work on these routes this week in South Kitsap:

  • E Collins Rd between Baby Doll Rd E and Woods Rd E Avenue SE — Monday
  • SE Mullenix Rd between Phillips RD SE and Olalla Valley RD SE — Monday through Friday
  • SE Celebrity Ct at the intersection with Converse Ave SE — Tuesday through Thursday
  • Vista Rama Dr E at the intersection with E Lidstom Hill Rd — Friday

Flaggers will assist motorists through the work areas. Minimal delays of five minutes or less are expected.

  • A portion of Colchester Drive SE, between Yukon Harbor Road SE and Miracle Mile Drive E, is closed to through traffic 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. while a new sewer conveyance system is constructed. Local residents are able to access their property during the closure but can expect delays in doing so. A detour route is in place.

CENTRAL KITSAP

Road maintenance crews are doing regular maintenance work location this week in Central Kitsap:

  • Seabeck Highway between NW Anderson Hill Road and Nicolas Street NW — Monday through Friday

Flaggers will assist motorists through the work areas. Minimal delays of five minutes or less are expected.

Construction continues on Silverdale Way NW 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 expect some delay. Plan ahead or find alternate routes to minimize inconveniences.

NORTH KITSAP

Road maintenance crews are doing regular maintenance work on these routes this week in North Kitsap:

  • Baltic LE NE at intersection with Hwy 3 — Monday through Friday
  • Hansville Rd NE between 360th St NE to Gust Halvor Rd NE — Monday through Friday
  • Old Military Rd NE between NE Madison Rd and Brownsville Hwy NE — Monday through Friday
  • S. Bridge Way NE at intersection with Hwy 3 — Monday through Friday
  • Walker Rd NE between Central Valley RD NW and Old Military Rd NE — Monday through Friday

Flaggers will assist motorists through the work areas. Minimal delays of five minutes or less are expected.

  • NE West Kingston Road is closed between Siyaya Avenue and South Kingston Road for bridge construction.
  • Washington Boulevard NE has a 10,000-pound weight limit in effect.

CITY OF PORT ORCHARD ADVISORY

  • Tremont Street construction – The City of Port Orchard is making improvements to the Tremont Street corridor.

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