Rock Creek Bridge to close June 21 | Black Diamond

The closure will start at 7 a.m. and end around 5 p.m.

  • Tuesday, June 13, 2017 3:00pm
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Black Diamond’s Rock Creek Bridge is scheduled to close on Wednesday, June 21.

The closure will start at 7 a.m. and end around 5 p.m.

The closure will impact all westbound and eastbound traffic on Roberts Drive, which includes pedestrians and bicycles.

All emergency service agencies will be notified of the closure and service will not be disrupted.

During closure/construction, there will be flaggers and police directing traffic for residents and patrons of local businesses.

Detour signage will be in place.

Access for local property owners and residents within 236th Ave SE and Bruckners Way from the bridge will be maintained during the closure/construction.

All travelers are advised to avoid this area during the construction as there will be significant impacts to all roadway users. Detour signs and electronic message boards will be in place to alert motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists about the temporary bridge closure.

Project updates will be posted to the city’s website.For information on this project, contact Andy Williamson, Master Development Review Team Director, at 360-886-5700 or e-mail the Master Development Review Team at mdrt@ci.blackdiamond.wa.us.

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