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Posted on: June 3, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Snohomish County Public Works has begun construction to replace bridge in Lochsloy community

Bridge 581

Contact:                                    
Meghan Jordan                        Fay Lim
Communications Specialist II  Communications Supervisor
Meghan.Jordan@snoco.org    
Fay.Lim@snoco.org
425-388-3918                          425-388-6413
 

Pilchuck River Bridge 581 Closed During Summer Months
Snohomish County Public Works has begun construction to replace bridge in Lochsloy community

 

EVERETT, Wash., June 3, 2016 – Pilchuck River Bridge 581, also known as Glover’s Bridge, is closed for construction. Work on the bridge began in April and is scheduled to be completed in the fall. Throughout the construction period, area residents are being reminded that the work zone is closed and there is no public access to the bridge.

        What:
During construction there is no public access to Pilchuck River Bridge 581. This includes no access to the river via the bridge, no pedestrian access, no parking, and no U-turns in the construction zone

        When:
Now through the completion of the bridge in the fall of 2016

        Where:
Pilchuck River Bridge 581; 64th Street NE in the Lochsloy community, between Lake Stevens and Granite Falls

The original bridge was built in 1960 and is a one-lane, steel, and timber structure. The replacement bridge is being built using a steel truss design; this will eliminate the need for intermediate support piers and help to reduce debris accumulation under the bridge.


For project background information or to receive notifications on this project, please visit:
www.snohomishcountywa.gov/615. If you have question, please contact: Snohomish County Public Works at 425-388-ROAD.

About Snohomish County Public Works

The Snohomish County Public Works Department employs approximately 600 staff members that develop and maintain county roads; control and manage surface water quantity, quality, and fish habitats; and oversee the recycling and disposal of solid waste. The department’s main office is located at 3000 Rockefeller Ave., Everett, WA  98201. For more information about Snohomish County Public Works, visit www.snohomishcountywa.gov/PublicWorks.

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