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The Road Report

March 28 - April 3, 2015


This Road Report information is provided as a public service and includes major construction and maintenance activities that delay or detour traffic on County-maintained roads. Listings may change without notice due to weather delays, equipment problems, and unforeseen circumstance. Check this page often for the latest information. Please observe all posted signs and detours. Use extreme caution when traveling through construction zones. 

 minimal delays up to 5 minutesDelays up to 5 min.

Road closed  Road is closed

 moderate delays up to 10 minutes Delays 5 to 10 min.

Road closed  Road restriction

 delays over 10 minutes Delays over 10 min.  

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  South Kitsap

moderate delays up to 10 minutes ONGOING  - Manchester Stormwater Retrofit (Phase 1)
(along Colchester, Main Street and Spring Avenue in Manchester)
NW Cascade crews will be working within the stormwater park and along Colchester & Main Street. Crews are grading the intersection of Main Street & Beach Drive/Spring Street. this week with asphalt paving scheduled on Thursday. Travelers should expect delays in the vicinity of this intersection all week.

Areas under construction will be restricted to local access only with detours routes during working hours. All work is weather dependent. Motorists should expect delays along Main Street and Colchester Drive in the downtown Manchester vicinity. Local Businesses will remain open during construction but parking may be limited or relocated.  More information is available here.

General maintenance - Crews are working on general maintenance activities with no delays expected for motorists. See General Maintenance below for a description of these maintenance activities.

Central Kitsap Area

minimal delays up to 5 minutes   NEW - NW Bucklin Hill Road, NW Anderson Hill Road & Ridgetop Boulevard NW
(NW Bucklin Hill road between Blain Avenue NW & NW Anderson Hill Road)
(NW Anderson Hill Road between Frontier Place NW and Silverdale Way NW)
(Ridgetop Boulevard NW between Silverdale Way NW and Mickelberry Road NW)

County crews are doing routine closed circuit inspection of stormwater systems in these areas all week. Flaggers will direct traffic around this work. Short delays of five minutes may happen in the immediate vicinity of the work.

minimal delays up to 5 minutes   ONGOING - Olympic View Road NW
(north from the intersection with NW Anderson Hill Road)
PSE crews are installing new power poles along this road. Flaggers will direct motorists through the work area. Short delays of up to 5 minutes are expected in the immediate vicinity of the work. Work on this project continues through June

minimal delays up to 5 minutes   ONGOING - Olympic View Road NW
(north from the intersection with NW Anderson Hill Road)
PSE crews are installing new power poles along this road. Flaggers will direct motorists through the work area. Short delays of up to 5 minutes are expected in the immediate vicinity of the work. Work on this project continues through June.

moderate delays up to 10 minutes ONGOING - NW Bucklin Hill Road
(from Silverdale Plaza to Tracyton Boulevard NW)
Puget Sound Energy is installing new utility transmission poles in this area. Work continues through mid-April. Traffic is restricted to one lane in the immediate vicinity of the work. Flaggers assist motorists through the work area. Work hours are Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Motorists should expect delays of 5-10 minutes in the immediate vicinity of the work.

moderate delays up to 10 minutes ONGOING - Seabeck Highway NW
(from NW Holly Road to Northlake Way NW)
Puget Sound Energy is installing underground power lines in this area. Work continues through June. Traffic is restricted to one lane in the immediate vicinity of the work. Flaggers assist motorists through the work area. Work hours are Monday through Saturday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Motorists should expect delays of 5-10 minutes in the immediate vicinity of the work.

moderate delays up to 10 minutes ONGOING - Silverdale Way, Bucklin  Hill, Randall Way, Anderson Hill Road and Old Frontier Road (Silverdale Water project)
The Water Main installation work on this project is done. There will be some restoration work for the next 2 to 3 months throughout the project. Permanent paving, due to inclement weather, is pushed out until April. Delays of up to 10 minutes can be expected in the immediate vicinity of the work. Be prepared for temporary detours throughout the project. Traffic control will direct motorists through the work areas. Work is being done by Stan Palmer Construction for Silverdale Water. For more information about this project contact Silverdale Water District online at www.swd16.org/ or call 360.447.3500.

General maintenance - Crews are working on general maintenance activities with no delays expected for motorists. See General Maintenance below for a description of these maintenance activities.

North Kitsap Area

minimal delays up to 5 minutes ONGOING - NE Loughrey Avenue, NE Seaview Avenue, Madrona Street  
Crews are maintaining overhead vegetation in this area all week. Flaggers assist motorists through the work area. Expect short delays of up to 5 minutes in the immediate vicinity of the work.

minimal delays up to 5 minutes ONGOING - NE Geneva Street and NE Fern Street
With some final driveway restoration work and ditch work these past few weeks, the construction team is winding down their work in Suquamish. Remaining excavation now includes the replacement of several pipe couplings, which will be scheduled during the next couple of weeks. Due to weather considerations, at this time, temporary roadway patching will be replaced with a more durable surface. Final permanent paving will occur early spring as soon as the temperatures are more consistently above 50-degrees and we have some stretches of dry weather.

General maintenance - Crews are working on general maintenance activities with no delays expected for motorists. See General Maintenance below for a description of these maintenance activities.

Upcoming Construction Projects and Road Closure
(information is updated near project start date)

April - Sidney Road SW Bypass Lane
(at SW Wildwood Road & SW Shannon Drive)
This project begins in April with a duration of 3-4 months and consists of widening the roadway in the vicinity of Shannon Drive to provide access for thru traffic to bypass vehicles turning left onto Shannon Drive. This project includes new stormwater piping and treatment, a retaining wall to facilitate widening the roadway and asphalt restoration. Utilities crews are scheduled to begin relocation work in mid to late March prior to the contractor beginning on site.

April - Erlands Point Road NW
(along Erland Point Road NW and NW Donida Drive)
This project begins in April with a duration of 3-4 months and consists installing new stormwater piping and an outfall to the sound. This project will also include asphalt restoration in the areas of disturbance.

April - Seabeck Highway NW
(From Calamity Lane NW to NW Gross Road)
This project begins in April with a duration of 9 months and consists of installing a new roundabout at Seabeck Hwy NW and NW Holly Road, installing a new 3-sided concrete culvert to enhance fish passage, new stormwater facilities, new illumination, and widening the roadway. Utilities crews are scheduled to begin on site in mid March to relocate some facilities in preparation for the upcoming project.

July 1 - NW Bucklin Hill Road
(between Mickelberry Road NW and Blaine Avenue NW)
This road will be closed for about a year beginning July 1. Kitsap County is replacing the double culverts with a bridge there. To learn more about this project, and sign up for automatic notifications during the project, click here.


General Maintenance indicates crews are working in areas adjacent to and outside of the driving lanes. This work includes any of the following: 

  • snow and ice control

  • road approach work

  • storm system and ditch restoration

  • shoulder maintenance

  • sweeping

  • overhead brushing

  • road crack seal application

  • vegetation management

  • storm clean-up

  • maintaining and lifting manholes

  • general system maintenance

  • other maintenance activities as required

Use caution when passing roadside workers. Flaggers will assist motorists when necessary.


Kitsap County Public Works
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Updated:  March 27, 2015
North Kitsap
Central Kitsap
South Kitsap
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