35TH/ALASKA/AVALON: Here’s what’s planned next week

From SDOT, here’s what’s next on the 35th/Alaska/Avalon project:

Weather depending, as early as February 18 we anticipate beginning concrete pouring on the west side of 35th Ave SW and continuing onto the north side of SW Alaska St. This work will continue into the week of February 24. After completing the north side of SW Alaska St we will then move traffic to the north side and begin work on the south side of SW Alaska St as early as March 2. We anticipate work in this zone to take several weeks. Please note that this work is weather dependent and may be rescheduled. We will be sure to let you know if this work changes.

During construction, please expect left turns onto SW Alaska St from 35th Ave SW to be restricted to allow room for our crews to work safely and efficiently. Additionally, access to 36th Ave SW from SW Alaska St will remain restricted at the north end until concrete work is complete. Once complete, we will then close the south end of 36th Ave SW and SW Alaska St to demolish and rebuild the southern half of SW Alaska St.

SDOT also says crews did not work today and will be off for the holiday Monday. For a big-picture look at what’s been done and how much longer until the entire project is complete, see our report from three weeks ago.

1 Reply to "35TH/ALASKA/AVALON: Here's what's planned next week"

  • mike February 24, 2020 (4:55 pm)

    Do you know why they are permanently closing off the north end of 30th street?  The last update prior to this had said they will “add permanent plastic curbing closing off the north end of 30th SW (which will allow emergency vehicles to pass).”It was a convenient way to get onto avalon for me.  I had previously only seen the map in this article, which indicated the closure was just for several months. 

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