Eagle Harbor Drive and Wyatt Way NW Construction Updates

11/11/2016

  • The lines are connected and distribution work is complete.
  • Thank you for your patience during construction! 

8/29/2016

  • All paving is expected to be complete by Sept. 2.
  • Overhead and underground distribution line work will begin Sept. 6.
  • To ensure the safety of the public and our crews, lanes of traffic will be closed as necessary on weekdays during construction with 24-hour traffic control flaggers guiding vehicles through the work zone.
  • Please expect major traffic impacts through mid-September. Thank you for your patience!

7/12/2016

  • This week work began to underground a new feeder tie along Eagle Harbor Drive and Wyatt Way NW.
  • To ensure the safety of the public and our crews, lanes of traffic will be closed as necessary during construction with 24-hour traffic control flaggers guiding vehicles through the work zone.
  • Please expect major traffic impacts through mid-September. Thank you for your patience!

6/8/2016

  • PSE continuously invests to make our electric system on Bainbridge Island more efficient and reliable. This includes work to underground a new feeder tie along Eagle Harbor Drive and Wyatt Way NW.
  • Work was initially planned to begin in June but has been rescheduled; construction will now begin in mid-July.
  • To ensure the safety of the public and our crews, lanes of traffic will be closed as necessary during construction with 24-hour traffic control flaggers guiding vehicles through the work zone.
  • Please expect major traffic impacts from early-July to mid-September. Thank you for your patience!

5/23/2016

  • Starting in early June, crews from PSE and Potelco will begin installing underground electric cable and two new power poles along portions of Finch Rd NE, Wyatt Way NW and Eagle Harbor Dr NE. Trenching will be done on the road and shoulder in most areas.
  • Work is expected to begin in early June, and standard work hours are from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. There is approximately six months of work, which may be done intermittently over the course of the year.
  • Prior to electrical work beginning, our tree trimming partner, Asplundh, will be trimming trees and brush along the project route as necessary.
  • To ensure the safety of the public and our crews, lanes of traffic will be closed as necessary while construction is occurring. Traffic control flaggers will guide vehicles through the work zone.
  • There will likely be noise from trucks and heavy machinery.
  • Some customers may experience a short, temporary power outage during this time. We will notify impacted customers prior to beginning work requiring an interruption in electric service.