Snohomish County Public Works will share two potential road improvement projects with the public during an open house on the evening of Thursday, June 15.
South Snohomish County is experiencing rapid population growth and increased traffic. Snohomish County Public Works is planning two potential road projects in the Bothell/Brier/Alderwood area to help meet traffic demands.
In keeping the community aware of these projects and their current statuses, Public Works will be hosting an open house to discuss two potential road designs and project timelines. The open house on June 15 will run from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Mountlake Terrace High School, 21801 44th Ave. W.
Staff will be available to answer questions about the proposed road extension and intersection improvements.
The proposed projects are:
- 14th Avenue West Extension Project — Creating a two lane road extension to connect Locust Way at 215th Place Southwest to 228th Street Southwest.
- Locust Way and Larch Way/Logan Road – Intersection improvements include adding a traffic signal with left- and right-turn pockets.
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