Paving to begin on Silverdale Way next week

The Silverdale Water District water improvement project along Silverdale Way is ready for the first round of paving, it was announced this week.

The work is part of the ongoing construction of upgraded underground water pipes by the Silverdale District.

Preparation and paving should happen during the next week starting Tuesday night, Nov. 12, weather permitting.

The area to be paved will be along Silverdale Way from Anderson Hill Road to Bucklin Hill Road.

The center turn lane will not be usable for a day or two as the area is prepared for paving, water district officials said.

Both north and south bound left lanes will be narrowed but usable in the day time while the center turn lane is closed.

Silverdale Water District appreciates that the center turn lane being closed will be challenging.

Drivers can expect that this portion of the project to replace  the water lines will be completed on schedule by the end of the year.

For more information, call Tim Knapp, maintenance manager, Silverdale Water District at 360-447-3500.


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