NE 182nd Avenue/NE Risto Road

In the coming years, Public Works will replace the eastbound stop-controlled intersection at Northeast 182nd Avenue/Northeast Risto Road with a roundabout. Additionally, Northeast 199th Street and Northeast Risto Road’s existing steep grade will be reduced. Northeast 167th Avenue at Northeast 199th Street will be resurfaced from Northeast 167th Avenue to the Salmon Creek Bridge at Northeast 182nd Avenue.

These changes will increase the safety and reliability of travel along this route, and reduce traffic congestion. Other safety enhancements will include an electronic speed feedback sign, raised pavement markers, and shoulder and pavement widening.

SCHEDULE: Construction is expected to begin in 2026. Currently, the project is still in the early design phase. As the project gets closer to the final design, updated information and construction details will be shared via mail. 

FUNDING: The project is anticipated to cost $3,475,000. A Federal Surface Transportation Block Grant awarded by the Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Council will pay for project costs. County funding will pay for the remaining portion of the costs. 

Heads Up - November 2022 (PDF)
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Naomi Patibandla, project manager
Clark County Public Works

Kaley McLachlan-Burton
Community Engagement and Inclusion manager