Issaquah Fall City Road Closure Delay – Follow up to Community Comments
The City of Sammamish wishes to thank residents for submitting your questions and comments on the Issaquah Fall City Road closure delay.
We acknowledge your concerns about the project delay. We also acknowledge that the timing of our announcement caught residents by surprise.
We commit to doing better. Part of this entails providing more transparency to the public on the primary reasons for the delays. The City's Communications team is compiling all your questions and comments. Our Public Works team will work on responses that will be conveyed to the public via the City’s communication platforms by next Friday afternoon, February 5.
Please continue to check the Issaquah Fall City Road Phase 1 Construction Updates project page for detailed information.
Issaquah Fall City Road: Construction Update
Due to unforeseen circumstances, including construction delays caused by necessary third-party utility relocations and inclement weather, the City of Sammamish's Public Works Department has determined the road opening by end of January is not feasible.
The City of Sammamish has looked at options to hasten the construction or partial openings, but has determined in an abundance of caution that these options are not safe nor realistic due to weather events and fiscal constraints.
Upon reviewing the contractor's updated and current schedule, and the status of utility relocations, the bridge and roadway are now scheduled to be opened to traffic on May 1, 2021.
We understand and apologize for this inconvenience and thank you for your continued patience as we work to improve the City’s traffic flow.
Please visit Issaquah Fall City Road Phase 1 Construction Updates on Connect Sammamish.
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