Partial lane closure set for July 26-27

Partial lane closure on Maloney Grove Ave. SE set for July 26-27

  • Wednesday, July 25, 2018 12:30pm
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From July 26-27, Maloney Grove Ave SE between SE Cedar Falls Way and SE 10th Street will have a partial lane closure during daytime hours for road grinding and repaving. Hours of the partial lane closure are from about 7 a.m.-4 p.m. This rework is required due to a contractor error. The contractor is paying for this reconstruction, not the City taxpayers.

During this same period, approximately 400 feet of SE Cedar Falls Way will also be paved west of the intersection of Maloney Grove Ave SE and SE Cedar Falls Way. This work is part of the required frontage improvements for the West Grove subdivision.

The City of North Bend recognizes that construction in this road corridor could be a significant inconvenience to residents. For questions or concerns, please call the Public Works office at 425-888-0486 or email Carrie Smith at csmith@northbendwa.gov, or Brian Tucker at btucker@northbendwa.gov.

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