Construction of the Witte Road and SE 248th Street Roundabout project will be completed prior to Maple Valley Days. The project will be completed on time and approximately $1.4 million dollars under budget. In addition, the contractor, Goodfellow Bros. and the City of maple Valley Public Works Department worked together to save another $175,000 during construction. The City and the contractor want to thank Maple Valley residents and businesses for your patience during construction. Pacific Northwest Masonry & Design LLC completed the Natural Stone Round About as well as the Lake Wilderness Walking Trail Overlook.
The City will host a ribbon cutting on Saturday, June 11, at 9:30 a.m, before the maple Valley Days Parade, to officially open the roadway The roadway improvements extend along Witte Road from Lake Wilderness Elementary School to just past the Nazarene Church. Improvements extend around the corners on SE 248th Street to the King County Maple Valley Library on the west and past the Greater Maple Valley Community Center on the east. With the completion of the project motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists can enjoy new pavement, sidewalks, bike lanes, landscaping, street lights (including the undergrounding of the overhead wires), fencing, crosswalks, a trail connection to Lake Wilderness Trail, and a new trail overlook. Other amenities include a new drainage system along both Witte Road and SE 248th Street and a new left turn pocket for southbound traffic entering Lake Wilderness Country Club Drive.
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