Traffic will be detoured via Northwest/Northeast 164th Street, Northeast 10th Avenue and Northwest/Northeast 149th Street
VANCOUVER – Beginning Mon., Nov. 28, Northwest 11th Avenue will be closed between Northwest 149th Street and Northwest 164th Street as a private contractor, Rotschy INC, installs a new sanitary sewer line. Construction requires a 200-foot work area that does not allow for traffic to safely use the road while sewer work is underway. Beginning in February 2023, the closure will be expanded north to Northwest 179th Street, and last approximately two months.
Traffic will be detoured via Northwest/Northeast 164th Street, Northeast 10th Avenue and Northwest/Northeast 149th Street. The detour will be revised in February for the second phase of construction. Signage will be posted to direct drivers. Local access for adjacent property owners and emergency vehicles will be provided.
To receive information about road and park projects, closures, opportunities for community input, and more, residents can follow Public Works on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and view information on Nextdoor.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.
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