Small Burke-Gilman work zone in Lake Forest Park this week

Work location, via google maps

Work location, via google maps

To get the McAleer Creek bridge ready for fall rains, King County Park will need to work on the Burke-Gilman Trail in Lake Forest Park this week. So be ready to dismount and walk through the short work area.

Details from King County Parks:

Beginning today, Sept. 2, bicyclists will be asked to dismount through a short construction zone of approximately 200 feet along the Burke-Gilman Trail where it is crossed by Northeast 170th Street at the north end of Lake Washington. Crews are performing annual maintenance work on the McAleer Creek bypass facility to prepare it for fall rains. The work is expected to be completed by the end of the day on Friday, Sept. 5.

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