Greaves Way ribbon-cutting ceremony postponed

The Greaves Way ribbon-cutting ceremony slated for 12:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16 has been postponed.

The new roadway is now expected to open to traffic the second week in December, according to Kitsap County Public Works. The largest item of work remaining, which delays the actual opening of the roadway, is completion of the traffic control signal at the intersection of Clear Creek Road and NW Greaves Way. The majority of the signal components are installed, however, one of the mast arms was damaged in shipment and must be repaired. A repair procedure is in place, but will take a couple of weeks for the repair to be completed, and wiring and system testing to take place. Other pending work on the project consists of finishing the sidewalk construction, landscape planting and performing trimming and clean up work in the project area.

The $13 million project will assist in relieving congestion in downtown Silverdale, while providing needed infrastructure to support the growth of 450 acres of commercially zoned land north of the Waaga Way Interchange.

Details of the new ceremony date and time will be posted as it is available.

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