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Paving in unincorporated King County.
Paving in unincorporated King County.

Status update

March 2022

We are gearing up for summer 2022 pavement resurfacing. The 2022 list of locations is now available on this website. It is possible more re-paving locations will be added, please check back in May 2022 for the final list.

Project overview

King County repairs and resurfaces roadways so roads last longer and are less expensive to maintain. The resurfacing also means fewer potholes and bumps for travelers.

Roads are selected for resurfacing each year based on their condition and on available funding.

Scheduled work dates are weather sensitive and subject to change.

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Resurfacing projects


208th Ave NE NE 67th Street to NE Union Hill Road .4 Summer 2022
238th Ave NE NE Union Hill Road to NE 58th Place .4 Summer 2022
238th Ave NE NE 72nd to Redmond Ridge Drive NE / NE 80th Street (name change) .4 Summer 2022


Myers Way S S 108 Street (north margin of intersection) to city limit of Seattle (north of S 99 Street) .6 Summer 2022


Cedar Grove Road 228th Avenue SE to Issaquah-Hobart Road SE 3.0 Summer 2022
SE 400 Street SR-164/Auburn-Enumclaw Road SE to 188th Avenue SE 1.0 Summer 2022

What to expect in 2022

Most of the work will occur during the day, however a few high-traffic locations will be done at night when there is less traffic on the road.

On most roads only the main travel lanes will be repaved. The center turn lanes and shoulders will not be repaved unless they are in poor condition. We will only repave the lanes that need to be repaired. Repaving the areas that are in the worst condition allows us to repave as many roads as possible without exceeding our yearly paving budget.

Night work

Some of the work will be done during the evening and at night. Repaving roads at night allows us to keep traffic moving during the day. It also helps us maximize the number of roads we can repave in unincorporated King County by increasing efficiencies at each location.

What to expect during night-time work

Night-time paving work is a moving operation so the noise residents experience will not last long. Contractor crews grind and remove existing pavement one night then return to pave. If there are two lanes, crews will pass through the area at least twice.

King County will provide advance notice to all residents within 500 feet of the work. The County also will place message boards on the roadways approximately 72 hours prior to the start of work.

How will residents stay informed about night work?

  • King County will send postcards to all residents within 500 feet of the work area to alert them to upcoming night paving.

  • King County will keep this website updated with current paving dates. Residents can check this website throughout the summer and into October for information and updates.

  • Residents can sign up to receive King County Road alerts or check Twitter and Facebook.

What else are King County paving contractors doing?

King County contractors will be paving in several local cities and communities including: Lake Forest Park, Normandy Park and Maple Valley. Questions about the daytime closures in these local cities/communities should be directed to the local cities.


140th Avenue SE.
Before and after paving on 140th Avenue SE in Fairwood.
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24/7 Road Helpline: 206-477-8100 or 1-800-527-6237

TTY Relay: 711

Twitter: @KCRoads