Lake Forest Park street preservation: 2013 Overlay Project

Saturday, June 22, 2013

As part of the King County North Overlay Project for 2013, the City of Lake Forest Park will be overlaying 30th Ave NE between NE 205th St and NE 195th St. The work will begin sometime between July 1st and July 12th. The contractor chooses the dates.

30th Ave between NE 205th St and NE 195th St
will be resurfaced

The overlay will take place in three main phases:

Phase one is grinding. The grinders will grind small areas where 30th Ave NE meets side streets. This is known as the “marriage lines”. There will only be momentary delays for traffic entering 30th Ave NE. Grinding will take less than 1 day to complete.

Phase two is the paving. The pavers will place approximately 2 inches of new hot mix asphalt on the existing street surface, joining the side street’s asphalt at the marriage lines. There may be delays of 20 minutes to allow the new asphalt to cool before vehicles drive on it. Paving will take less than 1 day to complete.

Phase three is the replacement of street surface markings. The traffic markings are painted down in dry weather. There should be only momentary delays as the paint trucks make their way down the street. Markings should take no more than a couple of hours to complete.

Dated No Parking barricades will be placed by the contractor for both the grinding and the paving. Please be aware of the temporary parking restrictions. Cars parked along 30th Ave during the restricted times will result in project delays and will be towed at the owner’s expense.

For questions call Lake Forest Park’s Public Works Department at 206-368-5440 Ext. 125.


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