Week of September 19, 2022
Clark County 564.397.6118
Clark County pavement marking team is out on the roads for the summer refreshing lane markings at county locations. This is a moving operation and will be in many urban and suburban county areas. This will not result in any closures as this is a continuously moving operation. Work is weather dependent.
Public Works crews will be chip sealing. Flaggers will guide drivers through with limited delays. Additionally, a sweeper will be picking up the loose rock the day after work is completed.
- NE 212th Ave off NE Risto Road
- NE 227th Ave off Risto Road heading North to NE 229th Street
- NE 164th St. from NE 182nd Ave to NE 212th Ave
- NE 227th Ave off NE 169th St.
- NE 222nd Ave and NE 164th St.
- NE 139th St. from NE 182nd Ave to NE Powell Road
- NE Powell Road from 139th St. to 212th Ave
- NE 152nd Ave from NE 159th St. to City of Battle Ground limits
- NE 212th Ave from NE 109th St to NE 83rd St.
NE Munch Road (NE 414th Street to NE Cedar creek Road)
A county project will improve a section of NE Munch Road. This project will improve safety along this section of roadway by installing guardrail, chipping away at a rock face to improve shy distance, removing a hump in the roadway, and paving the road.
The remainder of the work will be done under single lane alternating one-way traffic control.
The project is scheduled to complete in the fall 2022.
Northeast Davis Bridge
Northeast Davis Road will be completely closed on a short segment between Northeast 192nd Avenue and Northeast 197th Avenue starting on June 22, 2022 and lasting until mid-November, 2022. Clark County is replacing a bridge on Davis Road, called Davis Bridge, that crosses Fifth Plain Creek. A signed detour route is in place and is available to view on the county website.
NE 10th Avenue is open to traffic. Some final work still needs to be completed, including planting the areas around the culvert and stormwater facility and establishing the plants. The planting is expected to occur between November 2022 and February 2023, with establishment work, including irrigation, occurring for two years after that. Until that work is done, there still could be occasional single-lane closures, but the roadway will remain open to traffic during any remaining construction.
Paving is completed. Crews will be completing miscellaneous work such as manhole adjustments at the following locations:
- NE Rosewood Avenue
- SE Crown Road
- NE 50th Avenue
- NE 72nd Street
- NE 76th Street
- NE 76th Street & NE 117th Ave.
- NE Ward Road
There may be some traffic delays, as travel lanes may be reduced or shifted at times. Flaggers will help guide drivers around the work areas.
Work will be performed at these various roadways locations between the hours of 7 am and 7 pm, Monday through Friday. Work is anticipated to be completed by the middle of October 2022. The completion of this work is weather dependent.
Northwest 11th Avenue closed between Northwest 164th Street and Northwest 179th Street for culvert construction
Beginning Monday, Sept. 12, Northwest 11th Avenue between Northwest 164th and Northwest 179th Streets will be closed through the end of September as a private contractor, installs a culvert across 11th Avenue.
A detour on Northwest/Northeast 164th Street/Northeast 10th Avenue/Northeast Delfel Road will allow drivers to access Northwest 11th Avenue south of the closure area, while a detour on Northeast/Northwest 179th Street will allow access to Northwest 11th Avenue north of the closure. Signage will be posted to direct drivers. Local access to adjacent property owners will be provided.
NE 179th St. at NE 11th Ave
A private contractor will be working to install utilities and build our frontage for a private development. Drivers should expect traffic revisions within the area. Work is scheduled to be complete by the end of Sept. 2022.
NE 219TH ST (NE 167TH AVE to NE 176th Ave)
A private contractor will be working to installing water for Clark Public Utilities.. Drivers should expect traffic revisions within the area. Work is scheduled to be complete by the end of Oct. 2022.
NE 119th St. (Ne 72nd Ave to NE 56th Ave)
A private contractor will be working to install utilities and build our frontage for a private development. Drivers should expect traffic revisions within the area. Work is scheduled to be complete by the end of Nov. 2022.
NE 99th Street (NE 94th Avenue to SR503)
The intersection on 94th at 99th will close on Monday the 26th with a detour, the detour has temporary speed bumps installed. Drivers are encouraged to find a way around using NE 119th or Padden Parkway. The closure will be in effect for approximately 20 working days or October 21st. The closure is weather dependent and maybe slightly longer or shorter depending on progress
A detour route map can be found on the project website.
This project will improve cross circulation in the area, Clark County is improving Northeast 99th Street, between Northeast 94th Avenue and Northeast 117th Avenue (SR-503). The proposed design will install the missing segment of roadway, between Northeast 94th Avenue and Northeast 105th Avenue, at the north end of the closed Leichner Landfill.
- Saturday, 08/27: Adopt - A - Road, Amberglen Good Works will be cleaning NE 70th Avenue to NE 119 street to NE 65th Ave to NE 109 street
City of Vancouver 360.487.7750
Broadway Corridor Improvement Project: Utility Construction and Resurfacing
Construction on Phase II of the Broadway Corridor Improvement Project, from 6th to 13th Street, began February 14, 2022. The project is close to being finished. Work has been done to replace aging sewer and water main piping with new, improved sewer and water lines along Broadway, between 6th Street and 13th Street. New asphalt paving was recently completed. Striping and pavement markings will be put in soon, and this will require brief closures. Watch for No Parking signs that will be posted in advance. Completion of the full Broadway Project Phase II is expected in August. www.cityofvancouver.us/Broadway
Pavement Management Program
The City of Vancouver’s 2022 Pavement Management Program is underway with paving and preservation work. The program will invest approximately $11 million in improving pavement conditions throughout the community, with about 25 neighborhoods in the city seeing some type of pavement management work this summer. Watch for crews to finish up microsurfacing preservation treatments on many East Vancouver streets. During August and September, crews will be rehabilitating and resurfacing streets in Lincoln, Rose Village, Fourth Plain Village, Oakbrook, Marrion, Old Evergreen Highway and Village at Fisher’s Landing neighborhoods. Learn more and find tentative schedules here: www.cityofvancouver.us/pmschedule
This project will begin in mid August to replace and realign an existing pressurized sewer main in the Pinebrook neighborhood within the Fircrest Neighborhood Association. During construction, there will be impacts to travel in the work zone along NE 5th Street, NE 127th Avenue and NE Pinebrook Avenue. The project is anticipated to be completed in late September, weather and construction conditions allowing.
Utility Improvement Project: NE 49th Street
Construction is underway to install a new water main line in NE 49th Street, between NE 15th Avenue and Saint Johns Road. Sewer improvements will also occur in a small section of NE 49th Street, near NE 22nd Avenue. Be prepared for major construction along this street with both lane and road closures. The project is anticipated to be completed by the end of October, weather and construction conditions allowing.
SE 1st Street Improvement Project: SE 1st Street, 164th Avenue to 177th Avenue
Construction on the first segment of the SE 1st Street Improvement Project, 164th Avenue to 177th Avenue, started in early December 2021. This long-awaited transportation improvement project will provide a complete urban street system with sidewalks, bike facilities, stormwater enhancements, street lights and sound walls where designated. Project completion, including street paving, is currently anticipated about late fall 2022. www.cityofvancouver.us/FirstStreet
Columbia Street Mobility Project Features: Columbia Way to NW 45th Street
The City began work in May to install safety and mobility enhancements along Columbia Street as part of the ongoing Columbia Street Mobility Project features. These enhancements are a part of the Columbia Street Safety & Mobility Project. Work hours are planned for 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, but could be as late as 8 p.m. and include weekends if needed. Project completion is anticipated by the end of 2022, weather, materials, and construction conditions permitting. Project work will occur along Columbia Street, from Columbia Way to NW 45th Street, and include new signing, striping, illumination, flashing pedestrian beacon, bike counter cameras and visible cycle lane separators. Learn more: Columbia Street Construction Update
Private Development Projects Citywide
A variety of private development projects may be occurring throughout the City of Vancouver. For information about these projects, please visit: www.cityofvancouver.us/projects.
Washington State Department of Transportation 360.905.2060
PLEASE NOTE: Daytime traffic impacts typically take place between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., and nighttime impacts are between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. Times may vary based on weather and other (construction-related) variables
Beginning Tuesday, July 5, travelers should expect delays during paving work on a nearly 10-mile stretch of Fourth Plain Boulevard, also called State Route 500, between Northeast 162nd Avenue and Northeast Leadbetter Road near Camas.
In addition to a safer, smoother roadway to preserve SR 500, speed limits are being reduced to slow traffic down in the corridor and passing zones are being eliminated to improve safety for people traveling on the highway.
Contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will pave both directions during a two-month period. Beginning July 5, people traveling on this portion of SR 500 should plan for:
- Delays up to 20 minutes.
- Daytime and nighttime closures.
- Travel limited to a single lane.
- A pilot car to escort travelers through the work zone.
- Residents whose driveways connect to this section of Fourth Plain Boulevard should be prepared to wait for a pilot car to navigate them through the work zone.