NE Munch Road

To view the detour map click here

PW NE Munch Rd

PROJECT BACKGROUND
This safety and roadway preservation project is located on Northeast Munch Road, from Northeast 414th Street to Northeast Cedar Creek Road, which is a collector between State Route 503 and Woodland, Wash. This 0.55-mile section of road has an Average Daily Traffic, or ADT, of 900 vehicles.

PROJECT IMPROVEMENTS
Project work will include guardrail installation, sight distance improvements, and roadway preservation. Guardrail will be installed in areas where there is a steep shoulder on the roadway. Sight distance improvements will include removal of a rock face and the lowering of the vertical hump in the road the northern leg of the intersection at Northeast 414th Street. There will also be an application of an asphalt overlay to enhance safety, maneuverability, and longevity of the road. 

FUNDING
The project costs will be paid for by the Washington State County Road Administration Board, or CRAB, and the county’s Road Fund.  

SCHEDULE AND TRAFFIC

This summer, Clark County intends to improve safety on Northeast Munch Road, from Northeast 414th Street to Northeast Cedar Creek Road. Western United Civil Group of Yacolt, Wash., was awarded the construction contract. Construction activities are expected to be completed this summer.

Northeast Munch Road is scheduled to be temporarily closed this summer between Northeast 414th Street to Northeast Cedar Creek Road. The closure is expected to begin on Monday, July 25, 2022, and be in place for approximately six weeks. Closure start and end dates are weather dependent. Portable changeable message signs will be activated five days prior to the start of the closure. A signed detour route will be in place during construction.
 

COMMENTS OR QUESTIONS
Public Works invites your input and sends out early notices, so residents have ample time to offer comments and ask questions. Please contact the project manager listed below by phone or email. 

In March 2021, we sent out a Heads Up asking residents whether they wanted a virtual open house, since we did not receive any comments an open house was not scheduled. Residents can expect to receive documentation prior to construction. 

We’ve also put together a brief video with project details 
provided by the project manager.  Click on link to view

[video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQz9u4jtI6k&t=1s]

June 2022 Heads Up (PDF)
March 2021 Heads Up (PDF)

MORE INFORMATION
Brad Fisher, project manager
Clark County Public Works
564.397.4017
bradly.fisher@clark.wa.gov