UPDATE: Arbor Heights Safe Routes Project

Concrete makes schedule less concrete.

Crews work along 35th Ave SW on the Arbor Heights Safe Routes to School Project.

The Arbor Heights Safe Routes to School Project is making headway, though slowed a bit by the concrete shortage; there hasn’t been enough to go around to meet schedule needs due to the pull from so many public and private construction projects in Seattle. Today, crews are finishing up pouring concrete for the 35th Ave SW curbs, between SW 100th and SW 102nd streets. Concrete for driveways is scheduled for Monday.

 

What you can expect:

Today, August 3 | 7 AM to 5PM

Closure | 35th Ave SW is fully closed between SW 100th St and SW 104th St during work hours; 35th Ave SW will be open for the weekend.

 

Monday, August 6 | 7 AM to 5 PM

Plan is to pour concrete for all driveways Monday–so by Tuesday residents should be able to park on their driveways again! Crews will also install asphalt paving against the curb, where gravel used to be.

Closure | 35th Ave SW will be fully closed between SW 100th St and SW 104th St during work hours.

General | Water shut-off 9 AM – 6 PM – Seattle Public Utilities notified impacted residents on 35th Ave SW and 36th Ave SW between SW 100th and SW 104th St; and SW 102nd St  between 35th Ave SW and 36th Ave SW.

 

Ahead

We are scheduled to pour concrete for all sidewalks on Wednesday, August 15.

 

Contact Us!

To reach the project team, please email PedestrianImprovements2@seattle.gov or call 206-615-0786.

 

Thank you for your understanding!