The City of Issaquah is starting its project to realign the driveways of Providence Point and Forest Village, and install a traffic signal at the new intersection.
Starting the week of March 16, crews will begin to bring equipment onsite, and prepare the area for construction.
The project also includes relocating utilities; constructing detention and stormwater treatment facilities; and installing new sidewalks from Providence Point west to the existing sidewalk in front of Providence Ridge. View the design here.
What to expect:
- Work hours are 7:30-3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday (any work outside of these hours will require special permits).
- Work that will be occur between 7:30-9 a.m. and 3-3:30 p.m. each day will be outside the travel lanes and won’t impact traffic.
- Lane shifts and reduced speed limits will occur through the work zone, one lane will be open in each direction at all times.
- Intermittent lane closures along Southeast 43rd Way, which will be clearly marked with a flagger on site, will only occur between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
- Access to driveways and side streets will be maintained at all times.
- Potential interruption to utilities, which will be noticed in advance.
Construction is expected to be complete before the end of the year. Learn more online.
To stay connected on this project, subscribe to the “Providence Point” category in the City’s Notify Me tool.
For questions about the project, contact Senior Engineer John Mortenson at 425-837-3427.