LAKE STEVENS – Snohomish County drivers should plan ahead for two long-term closures on Lundeen Parkway near SR 9 in Lake Stevens and on SR 92 in Granite Falls.
Crews working for the city of Lake Stevens will close a section of Lundeen Parkway near SR 9 for up to six weeks while they build a roundabout at the intersection of Lundeen Parkway and Vernon Road. Beginning at 6 a.m. Monday, March 22, crews will fully close Lundeen Parkway between SR 9 and 99th Avenue NE/Vernon Road. Drivers should expect additional traffic on Vernon Road, SR 92 and Soper Hill Road.
The following week, crews working on Snohomish County’s Granite Falls Alternate Truck Route project will close eastbound SR 92 between the two intersections with Crooked Mile Road while they build a roundabout. The closure is scheduled to begin at 7 a.m. Monday, March 29 and will be in place for up to 30 days. Drivers will be detoured onto Crooked Mile Road.
Both closures are weather dependent. Crews may reschedule the work in the event of cold, wet weather.
For information on the Lake Stevens Public Works Department, visit: www.ci.lake-stevens.wa.us/documents/NWR-WebSitetext-LundeenRoundabout.pdf
. For information on the Granite Falls Alternate Truck Route project, visit Snohomish County’s Web site, www.snoco.org
, and type “truck route” in the search box.
Visit our construction update Web page for details about these and other closures in Snohomish County, www.wsdot.wa.gov/Northwest/Snohomish/Construction.