27th Ave. west of I-5 closes Nov. 23 to install Everett to Tulalip pipeline

TULALIP — The Tulalip Tribes will briefly close a portion of 27th Avenue, west of the Marysville Fourth Street and I-5 interchange, starting at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 23, and reopening about 12 hours later in the early hours of Thursday, Nov. 24.

The construction will support the installation of pipe for the Everett to Tulalip Joint Water Pipeline Project. During this closure, a 1,200-foot 36-inch welded steel pipe will be installed approximately 60 feet below the bottom of Quil Ceda Creek.

Temporary traffic controls and detours will be set up to maintain public traffic and local access to all private properties, businesses and I-5.

When completed, the Everett to Tulalip Joint Water Pipeline will serve the long-term needs of the Tulalip Reservation, as well as portions of North Snohomish County and a northerly portion of the city of Everett.

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