Snohomish River Bridge 1 carries heavy traffic on Airport Way and Avenue D into the downtown center of Snohomish. The 360-foot-long steel bridge was built in 1983. Two of its in-water piers are subject to scour, which occurs when fast-moving waters remove sediment from a bridge foundation. Bridge 1 is considered a seismic lifeline route structure. Seismic lifeline routes are designated as essential to life safety services after seismic events. The project will add four new drilled shafts to address any scour and seismic issues.
Construction is anticipated to begin in 2025.
During construction, short term closures are anticipated. This page will be updated with more information as traffic plans are finalized.
The project is being funded by the Federal Highways Bridge Program.
Sign up to receive an email notification when this project information is updated.
Construction schedules are subject to change based on many factors that include: public safety; availability of funding, staffing, equipment and materials; right of way issues; permitting requirements; coordination with utilities and other agencies; soil conditions under roadway and seasonal changes.