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SR 113/S of Old Sappho-Pysht Hwy – Stabilize Slope

Project overview

This project will repair an unstable slope and replace a clogged culvert under Burnt Mountain Road (SR 113) near Beaver in Clallam County. A new culvert and stabilized hillside will allow water to flow properly through the area without the use of a temporary water pump, preventing additional ponding and without jeopardizing the integrity of the highway. Construction is expected to begin in June 2022 and last six weeks.

Timeline
Nov. 2021 - Summer 2022
Project status
Pre-construction
Funding
$1.9 million
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What to expect

During construction, travelers will encounter heavy equipment entering and exiting the highway. There may be times where crews need to temporarily stop traffic. Delays of up to 10 minutes are expected. Please remember to slow down in work zones and watch for road crews.

SR 113 is the detour route for the landslide repair contract underway along SR 112 at Jim Creek.

The slide location is along Burnt Mountain Road (SR 113) between Beaver and Clallam Bay in Clallam County. The highway is a vital route for SR 112 travelers and the Makah Tribe.