Road Closure: North 185th Street

Sunday, August 22, 2010

N 185th St between Aurora and Midvale Ave N will be partially closed during the day and fully closed at night between Monday, August 23 and Friday, August 27. Closure is needed so the City of Shoreline's Aurora Corridor Project contractor can complete excavation, grading and paving at this location.

Read more about the closure and the Aurora Corridor Project.

Shoreline Public Works Director Mark Relph issued this statement late last week:

“We are entering a significant phase of the Aurora project with a closure and reconstruction of 185th, east of Aurora. This temporary closure begins Monday morning. As you will note below, we have made a significant effort to notify the surrounding businesses and property owners, including one-on-one notifications with a detailed flyer. Our notifications have included the adjacent properties to Aurora as well as properties east of Aurora all the way to Ashworth, plus some properties on Stone.

“In short, there will be one westbound lane open during the day with both directions closed at night. This approach is necessary since we are raising the grade by nearly three feet. We hope to get the work completed and lanes open in both directions by the end of the day Friday.”


Anonymous,  August 22, 2010 at 8:35 AM  

I've got to say, I'm very impressed with the level of communication the project managers are providing.

And thanks to Shoreline Area News for making it possible for drivers to receive this news so rapidly!

Sherry Edwards
Shoreline, Wa

Evan Smith,  August 22, 2010 at 2:11 PM  
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