Public Works Projects

Current Arlington Public Works Projects

The 2021 Public Works Improvement Projects include projects at multiple locations in Arlington. These projects are currently in design, bidding, pre-construction or construction phase.  The benefits of these projects include the upgrading of utilities to improve service and support new development; improving highways, arterials, and neighborhood streets; and addressing safety issues. To get information on specific projects please click on the links to the left to bring up the project page. 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding city projects, please contact us at cityprojects@arlingtonwa.gov or 360-403-3544.

2021 Public Works Project Flyer

  • Utility Iron Adjustments: Water valves, sewer, and stormwater manhole covers across Arlington will be adjusted to better match the grade of the surrounding roadway.

Traffic and Current Project Updates

  • Smokey Point Blvd Corridor Project:

    • Visit our online open house at https://smokeypoint.participate.online/  to learn more about the project and provide feedback on what you would like to see in a redesigned Smokey Point Blvd. The online open house will be live until Monday, January 3.
  • Smokey Point Pavement Preservation Project

    • December 3 - This past week Cadman Materials installed the center median curb on the south side and north side of the 172nd St.   At this time, Cadman is scheduled to work Saturday night from 9:00 PM to 6:00 AM and Sunday through Wednesday night from 8:00 PM to 5:00 AM to work on the iron adjustments, joint sealing, and finish the installation of the permanent striping. This work is weather dependent.  
    • December 10 - This past week, the contractor was able to finish the permanent striping from 172nd St south to City limits.  Next week Cadman is scheduled to work Monday to Wednesday night from 8:00 PM to 5:00 AM. Work will include the installation of the permanent striping north of 172nd St, utility iron adjustments, and pavement sealing. All work is weather dependent.
    • December 15 - Cadman Materials is scheduled to work tonight from 8:00 PM to 5:00 AM to install the striping along Smokey Point Blvd north of 172nd St to 174th Pl NE. 
    • December 17 - This week Cadman Materials completed the installation of the permanent striping along Smokey Point Blvd north of 172ndSt. At this time, the project has some punch list items that are still outstanding, which include ironwork and pavement corrections. We do not currently have a schedule on when these items will be completed, however we will continue to update you as the work is scheduled. 
  • 173rd St Phase 1

    • December 3 - This past week Reece Construction continued work on the stormwater infiltration system and electrical. Next week Reece will begin work on the sidewalk/trail grading and continue the electrical work.   
    • December 7 - Starting today, the sidewalk on the east side of Smokey Point Blvd north of 172nd St to 174th Pl will be closed.  Please use the detour on the west side of Smokey Point Blvd at 172nd St to 174th St.  Business access along the east side of Smokey Point Blvd is open. 
    • December 10 - This past week Reece Construction and their sub-contractor, Totem Electric finished the electrical for the light pole bases and the subgrade for the sidewalk/trail, curb, and roadway. Next week Reece is scheduled to install the base course and top course for the roadway. 
    • December 15 - Tomorrow the City of Marysville will be working on Smokey Point Blvd at the 173rd St Intersection going north bound to move a fire hydrant and a water service, and replacing man hole covers going south bound at 174th Pl NE. Please expect some delays when traveling on Smokey Point Blvd north of 172nd St.  
    • December 17 - This past week Reece Construction installed the subgrade for the sidewalk, curb, and roadway, and began to install the base course.  For the next two weeks, working days will be from Monday through Thursday. Next week Reece will finish the installation of the base course, begin to install the concrete for the curbs, driveways, and ADA ramps, and backfill on the north side for the new fence.  The following week Reece is scheduled to continue the concrete work for the curb, driveways, and ADA ramps, and work on the electrical for the light pole bases. All concrete work is weather dependent.   
    • January 7, 2022 -  This next week Reece Construction is scheduled to continue work the concrete work for the curbs, ADA ramps and the driveway entrances on the south side of the street, backfill, and begin to set the fence posts for the Trex privacy fence.   
    • January 18, 2022 - This week work will continue on the 173rd St Phase 1 project with the installation of the light pole bases, Trex privacy fence installation, grading,  and concrete work along the south side of the project area.  All concrete work is dependent on the weather. 

Snohomish County Projects

Washington State DOT Projects