Traffic Impact Updates

This page was last updated on March 23, 2023.
Below is up-to-date information about traffic impacts caused by projects.

Read about the Ridgefield Transportation Benefit District and the Ridgefield Pavement Management Program.

Road construction, especially paving, is weather dependent and often delayed by inclement weather.  Please keep in mind that the schedules provided are the most current available, but are subject to weather delays.  

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Royle Road Roundabout – Due to the expected inclement weather and to expedite the asphalt paving for the project, the Contractor and City made the decision to extend the Royle Road closure through this weekend until Friday, March 31st.

With this extended closure, the asphalt paving for the roundabout will be completed by March 31st with no additional closures needed in the coming weeks as previously planned.

Starting Monday, March 27, access will be restricted to the Seven Wells neighborhood coming north on S. Royle Rd from S Hillhurst Rd. Access to the Seven Wells neighborhood will be provided via the detour on S. 56th Place. The closure at the intersection at S. 19th St and S. Royle Rd is to complete paving prep work in the intersection before paving operations begin.

Access to the Cloverhill neighborhood will be provided, as it has been, via S. Fieldcrest Drive from S. Royle Rd.

The contractor will be updating signs and message boards accordingly.

After the opening on March 31st, intermittent flagging and single lane closures will occur at times to complete work before April 22nd.

Click here to view the detour map.

Ridgefield Park & Ride – On Monday, February 13, construction will begin on twelve (12) Tesla supercharging stalls, along with four (4) Universal J1772 stalls for other electric vehicles to utilize. The project in expected to be completed around March 31, 2023.

This is the most current information available to City staff at this time. Construction schedules are subject to change based on weather conditions, supply availability, unexpected conditions and other factors that may impact the work underway.

The City’s first priority is safety! So, please use additional caution anywhere work is underway, be considerate of flaggers and workers, and report any safety concerns through the City’s app “AccessRidgefield” or by contacting the Public Works Department at 360-887-8251.