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Construction Activity & Project Status  

The following are significant construction projects currently in progress throughout the city. If you are traveling on any of these roads, you may encounter delays or closures affecting your travel time. Please follow the links below for detailed information including project updates and road closures.

2015 Capital Improvement Projects

Street Projects

Bridge Projects

Water/Sewer Projects

Surface Water Projects

Park Projects

Completed Projects

   

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find out about construction activity and upcoming projects not listed below?

For information regarding private development activities in the City, please visit the Department of Community Development section of the website. Information regarding public notices, bids, community meetings, and open house events can be found in the Legal/Public Notices section of our website. Please contact the Public Works Department at (206) 433-0179 and the correct contact person will call you back with more specific details.

If I need to do some digging in a particular area of the City, how can I be sure not to hit underground wiring or pipes?

New national 811 "Call Before You Dig" phone number
Do you have a home repair project planned for this summer and may be digging in your yard? Then you should call the new 811 phone number that is a national "Call Before You Dig" phone number. A recent national survey revealed that roughly half of Americans are "active diggers" who have done (or are planning to do) some type of digging project at home, yet only a third have called or will call to get their utility lines marked. One easy phone call to 811 quickly begins the process of getting underground utility lines marked. Local One Call Center personnel will then notify affected utility companies, who will send crews to mark underground lines for free.
Knowing where underground utility lines are buried before each digging project begins helps to prevent injury, expense and penalties. The depth of utility lines may vary and multiple utility lines may exist in one area. Simple digging jobs can damage utility lines and can disrupt vital services to an entire neighborhood, harm those who dig and result in expensive fines and penalties. For more information, visit www.call811.com
 

Contact Information:

Public Works
Administration

6300 Southcenter Blvd.,
Tukwila, WA 98188

Phone: 206 433-0179
Fax: 206 431-3665

Email the Public Works Dept.