Here comes street work on Falls Avenue, Cedar Street in downtown Snoqualmie

A big street and infrastructure project to fix mostly-wrecked roads in downtown Snoqualmie begins next Monday, March 4.

Officially named the Falls Avenue Southeast and Southeast Cedar Street Rehabilitation and Infrastructure Improvement Project, it'll transform several streets.

In places, the curb, gutter, planter, and sidewalks will be removed and replaced. Sidewalks, sidewalk ramps, and street signs will be evaluated for compliance, constructed, and installed per standards and guidelines. The storm drainage, water main, and sanitary sewer lines will be evaluated and replaced where needed.

Work is happening through December.

Initial work will start on Southeast Cedar St between Silva Avenue and Fir Street. Work will also be done at the following locations as the project progresses:

• Southeast 90th Street from Railroad Avenue to Falls Avenue;

• The entire width of Falls from Southeast 90th Street to the intersection of Beta Street;

• Epsilon Street from Schusman Avenue to Falls;

• Beta Street from Schusman Avenue to Railroad Avenue.

Street closures are anticipated and traffic control measures will be provided. Access to residential homes and businesses will be maintained.

You can find out more or ask questions by reaching the city's project engineer, Kamal Mahmoud, at 425-831-4919 or


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