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Western Gateway Weekly Update 1 - August 11, 2022

Mary Ricker said almost 2 years ago:

Construction has officially begun for the City of Shelton's Western Gateway project. In this update, we have information on what crews are currently working on, different construction impacts to keep in mind, and where you can follow along with our project updates.

Upcoming Work and Construction

Construction began on Tuesday, August 9, and our contractor (Miles Resources, LLC) is beginning with underground utility installations (installing a new 12" water main and water services). Over the next two weeks, crews will also be installing stormwater services at the new bus shelter being installed at Pacific Court. Road improvements will begin after utility trenching is complete.

What to Expect During Construction

During construction, expect delays as traffic will be reduced to one lane. Heavy congestion is expected while crews and equipment are working. Working hours will typically be 8-hour windows between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays. Please be patient with crews as they work to keep delays to a minimum during this project. 

Driving lanes will be narrow and heavy equipment/trucks will be entering and leaving work zones. Please be alert and obey flagging personnel for your safety and others! Plan accordingly and use alternate routes when possible.

Project Updates

This is a major project for us, and we'll be sharing project updates in a variety of places. You can follow the City's Facebook or Twitter accounts. We've also created a project webpage on our City website - sheltonwa.gov/westerngateway. A link to this project webpage has also been added to the homepage of the City's app.

We'll also share weekly updates here, and you can sign up to receive an email notification when a new update is available by clicking the "Subscribe" tab above. 

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