Retweeted KC Road Services (@kcroads):
Signal work along NE Woodinville-Duvall Rd, March 16, 8am-4pm, between 204th Ave NE & 212 Ave NE. Flaggers will direct traffic through work area. Possible delays. @CityofDuvall @CityOfRedmond @woodinvillecity
Neat article on the Novelty Hill (124th) bridge and why it's cleaning job is important. https://t.co/9PczqJbtiP
Mayor Amy Ockerlander delivered her first State of the City address to the Duvall Chamber of Commerce last Tuesday evening. She has posted the full text of her speech and the video is also available on our YouTube channel for viewing:
This document was added to our website, you may view it at the following link:
The Duvall Police Department is releasing additional information regarding Wednesday's investigation and asking for assistance from the public. Please see the press release included as images for details:
Please see the following update from the Duvall Police Department:
UPDATED 3/8/2018 @ 12:49PM
An investigation into the circumstances and cause of death continues for the deceased male found near a roadway in Duvall on Wednesda...y. As a previous press release reported the individual has been identified by authorities and it has been confirmed that he was not a resident of Duvall. The name of the individual is still being withheld as notification to the family has not yet occurred. An autopsy, being performed by the King County Medical Examiner’s Office, will determine the cause of death and no additional information will be available until that has been completed.
The Duvall Police Department understands the gravity of this situation as well as how it affects our community and will continue to be open & transparent as the investigation is completed.
8:45pm UPDATE: 145th is now open to traffic again.
NE 145th Street is currently closed between Main (SR 203) and 3rd Ave. Local access to area neighborhoods is available via 1st & 3rd Ave.
Enjoy a free movie screening at the Duvall Visitor’s Center. Relax while you take-in the show with family and friends, then stay after for a facilitated discussion.
Next showing is coming up Thursday March 15th: Gleason
Trailer here: https://www.amazon.com/gleason-clay-tweel/dp/b01i2bh81w
At the age of 34, Steve Gleason, former NFL defensive back and New Orleans hero, was diagnosed with ALS. Doctors gave him two to five years to live. So that is what Steve chose to do: live. This film incorporates personal video journals from Gleason for his then-unborn son to footage of his adventures undertaken as part of his mission to live his life to the fullest.
Check out this progress picture from the 124th bridge; it looks amazing! Great work @kcroads https://t.co/a8DHNcHijf