City sets pavement project; work to begin Monday

The City of Sequim will rehabilitate selected sections of city streets beginning Monday, Oct. 14, at two locations:

• Oak Tree Subdivision, located southeast of the intersection of North Brown Road and East Hendrickson Road.

• Olympic Crest Subdivision located southwest of the intersection of Washington Harbor Road and West Sequim Bay Road

City officials say the work is set for 7 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday, but is weather-dependent.

Residents can expect delays, localized closures and detours during work hours.

Resident access will be provided; however, residents are asked to heed flaggers, cones and construction signage, and to be aware of large construction equipment and trucks and their backup alarms.

The pavement rehabilitation project includes removal of existing pavement above failed utility trenches, excavation of inadequate sub-grade materials, sub-grade repair and installation of new pavement.

The projects are being funded with utility funds and the work will be performed by Nordland Construction NW, Inc.

For more information, call Sequim’s Department of Public Works at 360-683-4908.

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