SR 300 - Belfair State Park to SR 3 - Paving

Project news

  • Crews have completed paving, but still have remaining work before the project is complete. 
  • Between 5 a.m. and 3 p.m. each weekday, travelers may encounter one-way alternating traffic between Belfair State Park and the Union River Bridge.

Needs & benefits

The pavement on this stretch of State Route 300 between Belfair and Belfair State Park is showing its age with ruts and cracks, which can lead to potholes. WSDOT maintenance crews regularly make repairs to the highway, but the surface continues to deteriorate. Up to 8,500 vehicles use this route daily.

During this project, WSDOT contractor crews will remove old asphalt and repave a little more than 3 miles in both directions between Old Belfair Highway and Belfair State Park.

  • Safety: Improving the highway surface eliminates and helps prevent future potholes. Fresh pavement removes cracks and wheel ruts where water can collect. This gives drivers an improved ride especially when there has been driving rain.
  • Economic/Preservation: Repaving preserves the highway structure and reduces the potential for costly emergency repairs.


Winter 2020 - Project advertised for competitive bidding
Winter 2020 - Project awarded to Puget Paving and Construction, Inc.
June 14, 2021 - Start of construction
Late July 2021 - Estimated project completion


Financial Data for PIN 330014D
Funding Source Amount ($ in thousands)
2003 Gas Tax (Nickel Funding) $0
2005 Gas Tax (TPA) $0
Pre-Existing Funds (PEF) $2,818
CWA $0
Total $2,818


Brian Whitehouse
Project Office

Doug Adamson
Media Relations

SR 300 Belfair State Park paving project map