Sequim pavement work to cause traffic delays starting Monday

Sequim pavement work to cause traffic delays starting Monday

SEQUIM — Beginning Monday, drivers should expect delays at various locations throughout the city as crews begin work on several pavement rehabilitation projects.

Rehabilitation includes pavement reconstruction, pavement overlay and subgrade repair.

The work is expected to take about 45 working days, depending on the weather.

Some roads will be reduced to one lane of traffic with flaggers.

There will be no parking on these streets during construction.

The $653,587.50 project is funded through the city’s 2015 Pavement Rehabilitation fund.

The work is being performed by Lakeside Industries, which is headquartered in Issaquah.

The city also has authorized an additional 10 percent of the contract amount for contingencies totaling to $718,946.25.

Paving work will be performed on:

■ North Fourth Avenue between West Fir and West Cedar streets.

■ South Second Avenue between East Bell and East Hammond streets.

■ North Second Avenue between East Spruce and East Alder streets.

■ North Brown Road between East Fir and East Willow streets.

■ Alley east of Second Avenue between West Cedar and West Fir streets.

■ South Seventh Avenue between West Washington and West Prairie streets, with pavement overlay between West Washington and 100 feet of Hemlock Street.

Subgrade repair will include the shoulder of Dungeness Way — adjacent to Eagle Mountain Estates — Whitefeather Way and the intersection of Cedar and Sequim avenues.

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