Paved Kettles Trail to close for resurfacing

  • Friday, August 16, 2019 5:16pm
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Island County Public Works will begin resurfacing activities on Kettles Trail as part of the Kettles Trail Rehabilitation project beginning on Monday, Aug.19.

Kettles Trail is adjacent to State Highway 20 in Coupeville beginning on the south side of Highway 20 at Main Street and ending at the entrance to the Kettles Trails trail system.

Kettles Trail will be closed intermittently from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday beginning on Aug.19 and ending on Aug. 30.

Trail closure signs will be installed at the trail heads to notify trail users of the resurfacing project.

Trail users should plan a different route to their destinations until resurfacing activities are completed.

The Kettles Trail Rehabilitation project began in the late fall of 2018 to prepare the trail for resurfacing. This will be the first pavement maintenance project on Kettles Trail since it was completed in 1998.

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