Snohomish County Granite Falls Bridge #102 Replacement

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Granite Falls Bridge #102 Replacement Update

Snohomish County was awarded more than $22 million in federal funding to replace Granite Falls Bridge 102 in November 2021. Public Works staff have resumed engineering and environmental planning work with construction anticipated to begin in 2026.

Acceptance of federal funding includes a requirement to complete National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review. This work includes compliance with Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA). Section 106 compliance is a formal process that will be administered by the Washington State Department of Transportation. The Section 106 review will consider historic properties in the project area including the existing bridge, and it will evaluate how they may be affected and appropriate mitigation. This process is anticipated to begin later this year.

The new bridge will include bike lanes and sidewalks. During construction, the existing bridge will be kept open to minimize impacts on the surrounding community.

Watch for future notifications about the environmental review process and opportunities for public comments. For more information or to share project notifications with others, please visit the project webpage at

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