2019 Paving Program

Project Description

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City of Lynnwood is planning for construction of the 2019 Overlay & Curb Ramp Project. This is the second year of a multi-year commitment to complete annual paving projects and is a follow-up to the chip seal project completed last year. Streets included in our 2019 paving projects were selected through our pavement management program and field-verified by our Operations, Maintenance and Capital project development staff.

This year’s project will focus primarily on two high-traffic volume areas: 188th St. SW. and 68th Ave W. This project includes: 

  • Full depth repair of pavement in selected areas,
  • Grind and overlay of pavement in selected areas,
  • Upgrading curb ramps, 
  • Replacing a mid-block pedestrian crossing with a beacon and
  • Replacing pedestrian push buttons.

This Project is currently scheduled to being in July 2019 and projected to end during Fall 2019. See below for detailed description of the planned construction and the attached map presenting construction sites. 

Thank you for your support of our streets. We are working hard to use your tax dollars in the most efficient and effective way. We realize the construction process might create some inconvenience for residents, pedestrians, motorists and businesses.  When the work is complete, City roads will be safer and better-maintained. The City thanks you for your patience and cooperation during this work.

Map of 2019 Overlay and Curb Ramps projects: 2019 Project Map

188th St. SW. – The paving limits for the pavement repair and curb ramp construction on 188th St. SW will be from SR99 to 48th Ave. W. The pavement repair methods will consist of mostly full depth repair in both the east and westbound lanes from SR99 to 52nd Ave, and portions of 2-inch grind and overlay from 52nd Ave to 48th Ave. W. New curb ramps will be constructed at 55th Ave. W, 52nd Ave. W., 51st Pl. W., and 48th Ave. W, and pedestrian push buttons installed at the signalized intersections.

  • Curb Ramps
  • New pedestrian push buttons

51st Pl. W. – The paving limits for the pavement repair for this project will be from 188th St. SW to the cul-de-sac. The pavement repair methods will consist of grinding the existing roadway 1-inch, and raising the grade of the roadway 2 inches to strengthen the pavement section. Several patches of full depth repair will be constructed as well. 

  • Curb Ramps

68th Ave W. – The paving limits for the pavement repair and curb ramp construction on 68th Ave. W. will be from 196th St. SW to approximately 300 feet south of 202nd St. SW. The pavement repair methods will consist of full depth repair, and 1-inch and 2-inch grind and overlays for all three lanes within the project limits. A mid-block crossing consisting of new curb ramps, crosswalk striping, and a raised pedestrian refuge island will be installed near the YWCA. New curb ramps will be constructed at 198th Pl. W, 200th St. SW, 201st PL SW, and 202nd St. SW, and new flashing beacons will be installed at the mid-block crossing and at 202nd St. SW, and pedestrian push buttons installed at the signalized intersections.

  • Curb Ramps
  • New pedestrian pushbuttons
  • Mid-Block Crossing with Flashing Beacon
  • Flashing Beacon System Upgrades


Project Phase

Construction in 2019


Project Manager

Nicholas Barnett, P.E.
Project Manager
NBarnett@lynnwoodwa.gov
425-670-5211


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information updated 3/15/19