Construction on Mountain View Estates subdivision to begin soon in North Bend

  • Tuesday, February 13, 2018 1:22pm
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North Bend officials have announced that construction will begin early February at 885 SE Cedar Falls Way for the Mountain View Estates development project. The plat consists of construction of 11 lots.

During the plat process, the property will be evaluated for environmental impacts, cleared, graded and have storm drains, sewer lines and other infrastructure built.

To address safety concerns during the construction, the city has designated a “haul route” for construction machinery and worker vehicles, from Exit 32 I-90 travelling along 436th Avenue and onto SE Cedar Falls Way. The city will not allow construction access on other roads.

Before and after construction, the pavement conditions on SE Cedar Falls Way will be evaluated. If construction traffic is found to have damaged the pavement, it will be upgraded to equivalent or better condition.

Partial lane closures are likely but the entire road is not expected to be closed during the work.

City code will limit construction noise to 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. weekdays, and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays. No construction noise is allowed on Sundays or holidays. To report a work hours violation, please call the City’s code enforcement number at (425) 888-7645. Citizens with questions or concerns during the project can contact the Public Works office at (425) 888-0486 or send email to Carrie Smith at csmith@northbendwa.gov, or Brian Tucker at btucker@northbendwa.gov.

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