News Flash Home
The original item was published from 6/7/2019 4:50:24 PM to 6/16/2019 12:00:13 AM.

News Flash

General City News & Events

Posted on: June 7, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Full Daytime Closures Planned for 56th Avenue W & 236th

The Main Street Revitalization Project construction work on 236th Street SW and 56th Avenue W is ongoing and on schedule. Detour routes will be in place during the closures. Drivers should expect traffic delays at all road closure locations. During the week of June 10 through June 14, the following road closures will occur from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.:

Monday through Friday – 58th Avenue W will be closed to north and southbound traffic at 236th Street SW.

Monday through Thursday – 236th Street SW will be closed immediately east of 56th Avenue W. Full access will be maintained at 55th Avenue W for access to Arbor Village.

Thursday and Friday – 58th Avenue W will be closed immediately south of 236th Street SW. Full access will be maintained on 58th Avenue W for all residences.

Friday – 56th Avenue W will be closed between 236th and 237th Streets SW. Full access for residences and businesses on 56th Avenue W will be maintained but motorists will need to enter the road closure from the south at 237th Street SW. In addition to detours, a uniformed police officer will be located at the intersection of 56th Avenue W and 236th Street SW to help direct travelers through the work zone.

On 236th Street SW, drivers will encounter lane shifts, however, traffic delays will be minor since travel will be maintained in both directions. Drivers, pedestrians and transit users should expect flaggers and occasional short-term detours while using 236th Street SW.

Weekly travel advisories on all construction projects throughout the city are provided online at (traffic alerts). Main Street updates are shared on social media. These updates are provided to keep the community informed about the type of traffic modifications that are in place and where they are located.

The city encourages residents and visitors to ask construction and traffic control workers, on-site city inspectors, and engineering staff for help when walking, driving or parking within the construction work zone. The city and its contractor are committed to ensure public safety and to help people feel comfortable within the work zone by providing direction or escorting them through an area they are uncomfortable with.

Thanks to all residents and visitors for their patience and commitment to driving safely within the work zones. Please continue to drive slowly and cautiously through the work zones and detour routes so that we can maintain a safe and protected environment for all users within the public right-of-way.

For further information, contact Public Works Director Eric LaFrance at or (425) 744-6221.


Facebook Twitter Email