Larch Way/Logan Road and Locust Way intersection to close for summer due to roundabout construction

(Courtesy of Snohomish County Public Works)

The intersection of Larch Way/Logan Road and Locust Way will close this summer as Snohomish County Public Works constructs a roundabout.

According to a news release Monday, the intersection will be fully closed June 25 and is expected to reopen Sept. 4 before the start of the 2024-25 school year. A signed detour will be in place to direct drivers around the closure.

The intersection improvement project includes constructing a single-lane roundabout and shared-use path, and the improvements are expected to improve traffic flow and intersection safety, and expand mobility for bicyclists and pedestrians. Work started in the area in early May, but the intersection has remained open while area schools are in session.

The project site and closed intersection are next to Logan Park. The park’s parking lot is closed to the public, but the park remains open and accessible by foot.

Learn more about the project, and sign up to receive email and text updates, on the Larch Way/Logan Road and Locust Way Intersection Improvement project webpage.

  1. Funny they picked June 25th…. the last day of school for Edmonds School District…. should have started one day later.

    1. Pls unplastic & add the Detour signs days b4 6/25/24. It would be very beneficial for drivers to know specifics ahead of time to decrease sudden confusion on 6/25.

  2. I hope to Goodness that people are Patiently courteous as you “hook on the looong train” navigating through the narrow, residentially filled Former ‘backroads’ during this construction. God help us please!

    1. I agree. Kids will be out of school = playing in the neighborhoods and traffic will increase. My neighborhood already has people cutting through to avoid the crowded intersection at Cypress/Larch. More will be speeding through.

  3. The electronic signs at either end of construction state the closure is from June 26th through Sept 3rd. Which is it?

      1. The response from the county spokesperson: “I confirmed with the project manager that the date is June 25. He is confirming with the construction crews about the date listed on the signs.”

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