Road Closure: Stilson Ave/432nd gets Pavement Repairs next week

The City of North Bend is warning residents of another road closure planned for Stilson Avenue (432nd Avenue SE) related to work for a new housing development.

The city explained previous sewer main extension work resulted in greater damage of the existing roadway than expected and caused pavement cracking and settling to occur. The City required the developer to leave the roadway in the temporary patched condition until next SVSD’s mid-winter break, the week of February 19th.

Stilson Ave/423nd will be closed Tuesday, February 20th through Saturday, February 24th for the pavement repair work that includes providing adequate road sub-grade, base-course compaction and a temporary asphalt lift. Due to the scope of the work, full road closure will be required for this construction to safely occur.

Work for the final lift, overlay and pedestrian curbing will occur during the summer of 2018 and may require additional closures to be determined at a future date. Notice will be provided at this time if closures will be necessary.

Stilson/432nd Closure Detours/Resident Access:

Construction and detours will work in the same manner as the sewer main installation work.

Phase I, repair work north of SE 134th St. is expected to occur February 20th to 21st and Phase II south of SE 134th St, is anticipated to occur from February 22nd to 24th. During Phase I, residents located south of SE 134th St will be detoured to either 436th St via SE 134th St or Maloney Grove Ave SE via SE 140th St.

Signage will be provided along SE Cedar Falls Way and SE 436th St. Residents living along the affected work zone will be provided access by flaggers during working hours. During evening and weekend hours, the closure barricades will be removed. During Phase II, residents living south of the development will be detoured to SE Cedar Falls Way via SE 140th St and Maloney Grove Ave. SE.

Residents living along Stilson(south of the development), SE 140th St and Maloney Grove Ave SE wishing to access Exit 32 or return home will need to utilize Maloney Grove Ave and SE Cedar Falls Way since no access to SE 134th St will be provided.

Residents located within the affected work zone will be provided flaggers to access their homes during working hours and steel plates or appropriate patching/detour route during evenings and weekends.   


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