Drivers should plan for intermittent lane closures and potential traffic delays along Snoqualmie Parkway, as well as a full closure of Mill Pond Road, the week of July 18th.
Beginning Wednesday, July 20 through Friday, July 22, 2022, Public Works crews will intermittently close one lane of Snoqualmie Parkway to accommodate crack and seal pavement repairs. Work is anticipated to occur between 7am to 5pm both days.
Crack and seal pavement repairs will be utilized for one additional year in advance of Washington State funding the complete repaving of Snoqualmie Parkway between I-90 and SR 202. During this year’s legislative session, the state agreed to fund the majority of the Parkway repaving project due to 80% of the current pavement damage being caused by regional truck traffic.
Snoqualmie Parkway is expected to be fully repaved during summer 2023.
Additionally, a full closure of Mill Pond Road - from .1 mile southeast of SR 202 (near the Tokul roundabout) to Meadowbrook Way - will occur on Tuesday, July 19, 2022. The closure will last from approximately 7am to 5pm for similar roadway repairs.
Because Mill Pond Road is a narrow, two-lane road and sits adjacent to the Snoqualmie River, a full closure is required for driver and worker safety. Drivers should utilize Railroad Ave/SR 202 as an alternate route.
The City thanks residents for their patience as crews work to repair and preserve pavement on these critical stretches of roadway.
Photo: Mill Pond Road Closure Map