Construction Section

Normandy Road will be closed through June 17 for road improvements

Normandy Road will be closed through June 17 for road improvements

Normandy Road will be closed again for eight more (largely dry) days for completion of the street tree portion of the project, as well as paving and striping. Work was scheduled to start on Monday, June... [Read more]

DRIVERS BEWARE: Repaving of SR 509 will begin Sunday, June 4

DRIVERS BEWARE: Repaving of SR 509 will begin Sunday, June 4

The pavement on northbound SR 509 in Burien is cracked and in need of repair. Contractor crews will grind the top layer and repave the road with asphalt. Construction season is in full swing – including... [Read more]

Street closure for Normandy Road sidewalk improvements begins Monday

Street closure for Normandy Road sidewalk improvements begins Monday

The City of Normandy Park will be constructing sidewalk improvements on Normandy Road, and will be closing a segment of the road starting Monday, March 27. That closed segment will be west of 1st Ave South... [Read more]

This weekend’s #SouthKingSlowdown includes a Sunday morning switch

This weekend’s #SouthKingSlowdown includes a Sunday morning switch

WSDOT says that drivers on southbound I-5 in SeaTac and Des Moines should be prepared a traffic shift on Sunday morning, July 31, part of the weekend lane reductions for #SouthKingSlowdown. Southbound... [Read more]

Construction alert: Expect delays near South 200th Link Extension

Construction alert: Expect delays near South 200th Link Extension

A new, temporary traffic signal on S. 200th Street near Des Moines Creek (map below) may cause traffic delays beginning as early as Monday, Jan. 25. Crews will be building a new retaining wall on the south... [Read more]

Three paving projects will start rolling in south King County in July

Three paving projects will start rolling in south King County in July

The Washington State Department of Transportation announced on Tuesday (June 30) that three state highways in south King County are about to undergo “much-needed work to repair and preserve the roadways,”... [Read more]

Normandy Park utility pole replacement begins next week

Normandy Park utility pole replacement begins next week

by Jack Mayne Potelco, a contracting firm working with Puget Sound Energy, the power utility for Normandy Park, says it has identified several areas in the city where utility poles need to be replaced... [Read more]

Construction ‘Summer Storm’ coming to Normandy Park in 2015

Construction ‘Summer Storm’ coming to Normandy Park in 2015

by Jack Mayne It will be a summer construction season “like nothing you have ever seen before,” said Normandy Park city engineer Maryanne Zukowski at a special meeting of the City Council Tuesday (Jan... [Read more]

Restoration of Beaconsfield Feeder Bluff to begin soon

Restoration of Beaconsfield Feeder Bluff to begin soon

The Beaconsfield Feeder Bluff, a 1,000-foot, 5.5-acre stretch of shoreline in Normandy Park, will be restored soon at a cost of $4.4 million dollars as part of a partnership with the U.S. Army Corps of... [Read more]

Street overlay project to begin on SW 208th soon

Street overlay project to begin on SW 208th soon

The City of Normandy Park announced that it will be improving SW 208th Street beginning the first or second week of September. The contractor Miles Resources is scheduled to overlay SW 208th in late September... [Read more]