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As of 12 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015, the King County Road Services Division reports the following road closure updates:

Reminder: Section of West Snoqualmie Valley Road NE to close Monday for slide repairs

The King County Road Services Division is reminding motorists that both lanes of West Snoqualmie Valley Road NE just north of NE Novelty Hill Road will be completely closed to all vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians beginning 6:30 a.m., Monday, Oct. 5. The road will be closed for three weeks to repair damage caused by a landslide that occurred in 2014. The project will include construction of a new retaining wall, removal and replacement of seven existing traffic signal detection loops, new guardrail and reconstruction of the road.

More information is available on the project webpage. See this location mapped.

Road status Location Description Effective date Community Region Division

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C CLOSED - The roadway is closed; no traffic is permitted through. R RESTRICTED - One or more lanes of the roadway are closed, but traffic is still moving through the area. O OPEN - All lanes of the roadway are open. U Upcoming - Advanced notice of planned road closure or lane restriction.


The King County Road Services Division provides Road Alert as a service to the public. While we try to provide accurate and timely information, estimates of the nature and duration of closures are subject to variables such as weather and traffic conditions that are beyond the control of King County and, therefore, difficult to predict. People relying on this information should do so at their own risk. Neither King County nor its employees or agents shall be liable for the accuracy of neither this information nor any actions taken as a result.

Contact us

Information concerning state and some city routes is included on occasion for the convenience of the public. If you need to check the status of a road or a service request, please call 206-296-8100 or 800-527-6237. In major events, phone lines will be very busy; your patience is requested. Please do not e-mail for emergency road status information.