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SR 9 - SR 204 Intersection Improvements

Project overview

The intersection of SR 9 and SR 204 in Lake Stevens will be improved by adding four roundabouts and widening SR 9 to two lanes in each direction immediately south of the intersection. These improvements will help manage congestion and improve mobility, provide better access to area businesses and provide more travel options with improved connections for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users and drivers.

July 2016 - December 2023
Project status
$69 Million

What to expect

The third stage of this project is now underway.

Over the next year, contractor crews working for WSDOT will build four new roundabouts at and around where SR 9 and SR 204 meet.

There will be three (3) extended weekend closures which would begin on a Thursday evening and continue through the following Tuesday morning. The exact dates and times of those closures will be announced as they are scheduled but the tentative timelines for each closure are:

October 2022: Crews will rebuild the existing roundabout at Vernon Road and North Davies Road.

Spring 2023 (estimated): Crews will build a roundabout on SR 9 to connect it to Vernon Road and North Davies Road.

Spring/Summer 2023 (estimated): Crews will build a roundabout at the intersection of SR 9 and SR 204 that will connect to Seventh Place Northeast.

A fourth roundabout will be built on 91st Avenue Northeast and Vernon Road but will not require an extended weekend closure. Travelers will use signed detours which will be announced closer to the time of each extended weekend closure. These timelines are subject to change and those changes will be communicated on this webpage. The project is expected to be complete by fall 2023.

This map shows the SR 9/SR 204 intersection in Lake Stevens, Washington where roundabouts will be added and SR 9 widened to improve mobility and reduce congestion.