The City of Kirkland, along with its contractor, Shoreline Construction of Woodinville, will be installing new sanitary sewer lines on NE 104th St, from 129th Ave NE to 130th Ave NE.
Construction for the 2012 Emergency Sewer Project has started and all areas are estimated to be complete by the end of May 2012. Work on NE 104th Street has begun and is expected to be complete in April. Work hours are 7 am to 6 pm, Monday through Friday (except holidays). The map on the back of the attached flyer shows the work area. Many factors, including weather, could influence the schedule. Be sure to check the City’s web site for possible changes or updates www.kirklandwa.gov (search emergency sewer).
What to expect:
Emergency vehicle access: Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained throughout the construction process.
Traffic control: There may be inconvenience associated with driving through the work zone; traffic control and flagging operations may be in effect. The contractor will be allowed to close the street to through traffic while installing improvements. Immediate residents will be allowed access to their homes, but may experience short delays while the contractor moves equipment to allow access.
After hours: The contractor is required to backfill and/or cover their work at the end of each day so there will be no open trenches left over night.
Garbage/recycle/yard waste service: Garbage/recycling pick-up locations and schedules will remain the same unless notified by the contractor.
Mail service: The contractor will be coordinating with the postal service so mail delivery is not impacted.
How to help: Ensuring the construction area is not obstructed with vehicles or other items helps the contractor move efficiently. Please adhere to “no parking” signs.