SDOT paving 23rd Ave from Jackson to Yesler starting July 9

The city is repaving the curb lanes on both sides of 23rd Ave S from Jackson to Yesler. The project will be similar to the recent paving near Union, where they repaired the chronically pot-hole-covered curb lanes while avoiding a complete road shutdown. Still be prepared for some delays over the weekend.

From SDOT:

Paving crews of the Seattle Department of Transportation plan to work on 23rd Avenue South from South Jackson Street to Yesler Way this weekend, July 9 and 10, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day, if weather is favorable. One lane will remain open in each direction and traffic will be assisted by Police Officers.  The sidewalks will remain open. 

The paving crews will grind the old asphalt off and lay new asphalt on the northbound and southbound curb lanes.


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