Crews will replace Sycamore water line

April 6, 2010

By Staff

Workers will replace a water line in the Sycamore neighborhood, city officials announced last week. Crews will break ground on the project in May or June, and construction could last up to three months.

Workers will replace the aging water line with a ductile iron line near Issaquah Creek. The city approved a special permit for the project March 19.

The waterline runs beneath Southeast Sycamore Creek Lane, Sycamore Drive Southeast from Southeast Sycamore Lane to Brookside Place Southeast, Southeast Sycamore Lane and Brookside Place Southeast.

Construction hours will vary between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. weekdays. The work will require some temporary lane closures. Access to residents will be provided during construction. Residents will be notified 48 hours in advance of anticipated water shutdowns.

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