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Expect traffic delays Sunday in Snohomish
April 22, 2018




Traffic delays possible Sunday.
(SNOHOMISH, WA.) – Be prepared for a few traffic delays Sunday in Snohomish due to multiple events going on in the city that may affect traffic.

One event is the SAC Triathlon.  At 8:00 am (participants start arriving at 6:30 a.m.) the swim portion of the Triathlon starts at the Snohomish Aquatic Center (SAC).

Participants then bike through historic Snohomish passing under Hwy 9 into the Snohomish Valley. The bike course will follow the Snohomish River along Riverview Road and Swans Road, and will turn around on Home Acres Road returning to the SAC.

Runners will then leave the transition area at the SAC and head east across the street to the Centennial Trail.  Runners will then head north along the Centennial Trail to the turn around at Three Lakes Road and head back to the Aquatic Center.

During this event, Maple avenue will be closed from Fourth Street to Pine Avenue from approximately 7:30 a.m. to 11:30.  You will also see officers from the Snohomish Police Department and Deputies from the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office along the route for traffic control.

The other event is the Earth Day Walk which starts1:00 p.m. The walk starts at 230 Avenue B. From there participants will be walking to First Street, where there will be a gathering for speeches. Walkers will then be walking back to 230 Avenue B via the Centennial Trail and Fourth Street. 

The city asks that you please use caution and expect delays.





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