Public input needed for design of SR 302 roundabout at 118th Avenue Northwest near Gig Harbor

Online open house for project on Key Peninsula begins April 12

GIG HARBOR – Community members can learn more about a planned roundabout on State Route 302 at 118th Avenue Northwest during an online open house.

Starting today, April 12, the Washington State Department of Transportation will host an online open house featuring a new single-lane roundabout, which will replace stop signs on 118th Avenue Northwest.

Visitors to the open house are encouraged to leave feedback to help with the final design of the roundabout. Construction is likely to begin in 2024.

Roundabouts help reduce the potential for crashes while keeping people moving. WSDOT routinely reviews intersections in rural areas on the state highway system to find ways to reduce potential collisions.

SR 302 at 118th Avenue Northwest roundabout online open house

When: Wednesday, April 12, to Wednesday, April 26


Details: The online open house will detail:    

  • Pre-design study information.
  • Potential improvement ideas.
  • Timeline and next steps.

How to participate

Free Wi-Fi access is available at these locations for people who wish to participate in the online open house but do not have broadband service:

  • Minter Creek Elementary School, 12617 118th Ave. NW, Gig Harbor
  • Key Center Library, 8905 Key Peninsula Highway NW, Lakebay
  • Vaughn Elementary School, 17521 Hall Road NW, Vaughn

Additional Wi-Fi hotspots are available via the Washington State Department of Commerce website:

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