Larch Way/Logan Road and Locust Way Intersection Improvement Project

August 2023 Update

Snohomish County PUD will be removing selected trees in preparation for relocating overhead utility lines. Occasional single-lane closures are expected as crews remove trees and relocate overhead utility lines in preparation for the construction of the roundabout in the summer of 2024. 


Snohomish County Public Works is proposing to construct a single lane roundabout at the Larch Way/Logan Road and Locust Way intersection. In addition to the roundabout, roadway improvements consisting of curbs, gutters, and a shared-use path will be constructed. These improvements are expected to improve traffic flow and expand mobility for bicyclists and pedestrians. This project is currently in the design and right-of-way phase with construction estimated to begin in 2024.


  • 2018-2023: Design, survey, environmental review, right-of-way acquisition and public involvement
  • 2024: Construction


Funding for construction is secured using County Road Funds. More Information on the right-of-way acquisition process can be found on our Before we Build Pamphlet.

Public Meeting

Snohomish County Public Works held a public meeting on June 15, 2017 to discuss two projects in this area. The projects were the 14th Ave W road extension and the Logan Rd, Larch Way and Locust Way intersection improvements. Staff was available to answer questions, review proposed improvements, and gather feedback on potential designs.

Land Disturbing Activity (LDA) Permit

This project was reviewed for compliance with Chapter 30.63A (Drainage) and Chapter 30.63B (Land Disturbing Activity) SCC, as well as other applicable regulations in Title 30 SCC. Snohomish County Public Works exercised its authority under Rule 5001 (Revised 10/2020).

A notice of Land Disturbing Activity (LDA) was published on September 12, 2021. A SEPA checklist has been completed. The 21-day public comment period ended on October 4, 2021.

Environmental Review

State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Decision: On May 6, 2022, Snohomish County Public Works determined that this project does not have a probable, significant adverse impact on the environment and has issued a Determination of Non-Significance (DNS). An environmental impact statement (EIS) under RCW 43.21C.030(2)(c) is not required. This decision was made after review of SEPA documents and other information on file with this agency.

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