Snoqualmie residents should plan for traffic impacts as the grinding and paving portion of the Snoqualmie Parkway Rehabilitation Project is scheduled to begin on Monday, July 31, 2023.
Contractor crews working for the City of Snoqualmie will utilize roadway and lane shifts, lane reductions, and detours to complete the grinding and repaving of the 3.5-mile-long Snoqualmie Parkway.
Crews will begin with the northeast lanes of Snoqualmie Parkway near SE 99th Street. During this work, traffic will be shifted to the opposite site of the roadway segment where work is occurring, maintaining one open lane in each direction. Signage and flaggers will be in place to control traffic flow. (Please see maps below of roadway grinding and paving segments subject to lane closures and traffic shifts.)
Drivers should expect delays and plan for extra travel time during this portion of the Snoqualmie Parkway Rehabilitation Project. Grinding and paving is scheduled Monday, July 31 through Thursday, August 24, with work occurring Monday – Thursday from 7:30 am to 5 pm.
Snoqualmie Parkway Rehab Project Grinding and Paving work schedule. (Please note: this schedule is weather dependent and subject to change.)
- July 31 - August 10: Grinding and paving of the northeast lanes of Snoqualmie Parkway (lanes heading toward SR 202 from I-90), and installation of new traffic signal loops. Roadway shifts and lane closures will be required, with the roadway remaining accessible and open to traffic.
- August 14 - August 24: Grinding and paving of the southwest lanes of Snoqualmie Parkway (lanes heading toward I-90 from SR 202), and installation of new traffic signal loops. Roadway shifts and lane reductions will be required, with the roadway remaining accessible and open to traffic.
The City appreciates residents’ patience and understanding while this important roadway improvement project is completed.
Snoqualmie Parkway Rehabilitation Project
The City’s important capital improvement project is rehabilitating the pavement and intersection ADA ramps and curbs of the 3.5-mile-long Snoqualmie Parkway. The approximate $3.75 million, three-month project began the week of June 19 and is being funded by a one-time state grant.
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More information: Snoqualmie Parkway Rehabilitation Project page.