N.W. 95th Street closed between Dibble Avenue N.W. and 7th Avenue N.W. for emergency sewer repair work

From Seattle Public Utilities:

For Immediate Release: Contact:Katie McVicker, (206) 615-1159
24/7 Pager: (206) 997-5972 katie.mcvicker@seattle.gov


SEATTLE— A Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) contractor will begin an emergency sewer repair at the intersection of N.W. 95th Street and 8th Avenue N.W. on Monday, Feb. 26, 2018. N.W. 95th Street will be closed between Dibble Avenue N.W. and 7th Avenue N.W. There will be no access to 8th Avenue N.W. from N.W. 95th Street. Traffic will be detoured around the site. Local access will be maintained.

Traffic will be restricted to one lane on 8th Avenue N.W. A flagger will be on-site to maintain bi-directional traffic. The intersection of 8th Avenue N.W. and N.W. 95th Street will be intermittently closed during working hours to accommodate construction operations. In this situation, traffic will be detoured along surface streets around the site.

Work will begin Monday, Feb. 26, and may take five weeks or more. Street restoration work will be scheduled once the repair work is completed.

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