9:04 PM: Pigeon Point residents say the “no parking” warning signs are up but are stretching beyond the areas described in previous communication from SDOT. Neighborhood leaders are working to sort this out, and also hope to talk with city crew members expected to be in the area to check on the situation Monday morning.
EARLIER (ORIGINALLY POSTED 3:18 PM): We’ve been covering this for a week now, but in case you missed it, here’s the official reminder from SDOT of the North Delridge/Pigeon Point/Puget Ridge road closure/detour situation starting Monday – read on:
A route to South Seattle Community College from Delridge Way SW will be closed from Monday, February 22 to April 5 to vehicles and to pedestrians. The closure is required to allow a private contractor to install underground utilities to serve new homes. The closure will start on SW Oregon off of Delridge Way SW, continue on 23rd SW which turns into 22nd SW, and will end at 21st SW.
The closure is required due to the size of the hole needed and the narrow width of the street, and will be in place 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
General traffic will be detoured to SW Andover on the north and SW Orchard/Dumas on the south. Detours will also be provided for Metro Transit Route 125, U.S. mail and garbage trucks, and emergency vehicles. On-street parking will be restricted on many streets in the area to accommodate Metro Transit buses and where needed for safety.