SR 538 - Logan Creek Fish Passage

Project news

  • This contract was awarded to Interwest Construction, Inc. on April 12, 2021
  • Construction started September 13, 2021
  • Thursday, Oct. 14 - Thursday, Oct. 21 - Traffic on SR 538/East College way between mileposts 2.02 and 2.4 shifted north to allow one lane of traffic in each direction. 
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Needs & benefits

This project provides for the improvement of Logan Creek fish passage along SR 538 in Mount Vernon located in Skagit County by replacing the existing culvert with a new buried fish passage structure. 

State highways cross streams and rivers in thousands of places in Washington State, which can impede fish migration. WSDOT has worked for nearly three decades to improve fish passage and reconnect streams to help keep our waterways healthy.
WSDOT fish barrier correction is a priority to improve habitat for salmon and other native species. 

Timeline

Summer 2019: Project design
Spring 2021: Advertise project for contract bidding
Fall 2021: Project construction

Funding

The current total engineer estimate is $2,096,998. Funding is from State dollars.

Contact

Meggan Carrigg Davidson
Communications
360-757-5966
Meggan.CarriggDavidson@wsdot.wa.gov

​Shane Spahr
​Project Engineer
360-848-7103
Shane.Spahr@wsdot.wa.gov

SR 538 Fish Passage Map