Summer Street Paving in Everett
This page has information about The City of Everett's annual pavement projects to maintain city streets for safety and rideability. Construction consists of hot mix asphalt on select City streets, including grinding, utility adjustments, striping, channelization and traffic induction loops.
The overlay project is an annual asset management project to repair and maintain street surfaces for safety and rideability.
A typical overlay project involves several phases:
- Phase 1 - grinding down and removal of the top one to two inches of old pavement, installing traffic signal loops and repaving
- Phase 2 – adjusting the surface utilities in the roadway
- Phase 3 – adding striping and permanent pavement markings
2023 overlay locations:
Broadway from 41st Street to Hewitt Avenue (see map)
Grinding and paving work is complete. Some pavement marking and signal work remains, weather permitting.
Madison Street from Sievers Duecy Boulevard to Commercial Avenue (see map)
Grinding, paving and marking work is complete. Striping on this corridor added one-way buffered bike lanes along both sides of Madison Street. Everett has chosen a design that improves bicyclist safety, maintains most on-street parking, provides traffic-calming effects and maintains vehicle capacity.
Crews will grind down and remove old pavement, install new traffic detection cameras and wires, and repave and restripe the roadway. Work may happen during the day and/or at night depending on the project. If a noise variance for nightwork has been approved, it will be listed on the right under “Related documents.”
Drivers can expect lane closures and traffic delays during construction. Signs will be posted advising motorists of detours, street closures and parking restrictions. The city’s contractor is responsible for notifying affected homes and businesses.
Construction on Madison Street: Completed summer 2023
Construction on Broadway:
- Paving complete: Summer 2023
- Pavement marking and signals: Fall 2023, weather permitting