Road projects continue in City of Sequim

North Sequim Avenue pavement rehab begins June 24

Lakeside Industries, PR Systems, and Stripe Rite will rehabilitate selected sections of North Sequim Avenue for the City of Sequim starting June 24 and take three-four weeks, depending on weather. Work will take place from 8 p.m.-6 a.m. Monday-Friday on North Sequim Avenue from Washington Street to approximately 250 feet south of West Deytona Street.

Residents can expect delays, localized closures, construction noise, and detours during work hours. Resident access will be provided, but residents are encouraged to heed flaggers, cones, and construction signage and to be cognizant of large construction equipment and trucks and their backup alarms.

This project is funded by a Surface Transportation Block Grant (STBG) and City Transportation Benefit District (TBD) funds. It includes placement of hot mix asphalt, milling, striping, and other associated work.

South Seventh Avenue sees construction

Month-long road work began on June 17 along South Seventh Avenue for water and stormwater improvements for Rolling Hills, the 215-home development. It has daytime closures from 6 a.m.-6 p.m. June 17-July 18 from McCurdy Road to Silberhorn Road. There will be no through traffic during construction, except to residents on South Seventh Avenue and Daisy Lane.

City staff report developers are improving the street, curbs, gutters, and stormwater amenities, grounding powerlines, and installing sidewalks.

Steve Goins, land development project manager for Lennar NW, said other closures may be necessary later this summer.