Guardrail Program: 2020
Work requires some tree removal near Redmond, Duvall, Fall City and Carnation
In spring and summer 2020, King County is scheduled to conduct guardrail installation work to improve driver safety on ten roads. As part of the work, trees and stumps within 10-feet of the traveled way will be removed to improve safety on the following roads:
232nd Avenue NE near Redmond and Duvall (between NE 147th Place and NE 169th Place)
236th Avenue NE near Maple Valley (Norvydan Road and SE 206th Street)
356th Drive SE near Fall City (north of State Route 202)
Lake Langlois Road NE near Carnation (NE 24th Street to Lake Langlois Access Road)
This is the first phase of a multiple-year program which will remove trees within the 10-foot roadway clear zone. This type of work requires crews to focus on a few trees at a time with the work moving quickly through your neighborhood.
2020 guardrail installation
The following map displays the roadways included in the 2020 Countywide Guardrail project. The work involves installation of new guardrail and the revision of existing guardrail to meet current standards. - Map PDF 378KB
- Located on a roadway scheduled to receive guardrail.
- Within the public right-of-way (not on private property), within ten feet of the edge of the travel lane.
- Have a trunk larger than four inches diameter.