Your thoughts and opinions are important to us. Public involvement opportunities will be available during the environmental and design phases of this particular project, so that residents and property owners can review and contribute to the project's plans prior to construction. WSDOT will keep the public informed about the progress of this project and any public involvement opportunities through mailings, this Web page and the local media.
For the latest public involvement meetings in southwest Washington, visit the Southwest Region's Public Involvement page.
Increasing safety is our priority
WSDOT seals it roadways and maintenance crews watch for and fix possible roadway surface damage. Drivers may notice more roadway damage in winter and spring as water, mainly a freeze/thaw cycle, remains the biggest threat to roadway surfaces and the underlying base. Crews need to fix these because once water compromises the roadway, or its base, more damage can occur.
WSDOT makes every effort to assess and minimize environmental impacts from our projects. Environmental impacts with this work are minimal.
For environmental information specific to this project, please contact Barb Aberle at (360) 905-2186, or e-mail AberleB@wsdot.wa.gov.
Will this project impact tribal resources?
At WSDOT we seek to address the concerns of the tribal nations using the process outlined in Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and the WSDOT Tribal Consultation Policy adopted in 2003 by the Transportation Commission as part of the WSDOT Centennial Accord Plan
This work is not anticipated to impact any tribal resources since this work is entirely above ground on existing WSDOT right of way.
For more information visit our WSDOT Tribal Liaison website.