Road Striping Saturday, July 29 & Sunday the 30

City of Olympia
Date of Release: July 24, 2017
Effective Through: July 31, 2017

Kevin Krall
Operations Supervisor

Road Striping Saturday, July 29 & Sunday the 30

Roadway Striping this Saturday and Sunday

Annual roadway striping will continue in Olympia this Saturday, July 29 and Sunday July 30 (weather permitting). Beginning at approximately 6 a.m. crews will be painting new edge lines, center lines and bike lanes in the southern, northern and western portions of the city. All main arterials in these areas will be painted including but not limited to Henderson Blvd, North St., Carlyon, Ethridge, O’Farrell, Capital Way, Puget, Bethel, 26th Ave. NE, East Bay Dr, State and 4th Ave’s. from Plum street to the west, Olympia, Thurston, Washington, Columbia, 5th Ave, Roundabout at 4th and Olympic, Roundabout at Harrison and Olympic, West Bay Dr, Harrison, Division, Cooper Point Rd, Black Lake Blvd, 9th Ave SW, Capital Mall Dr, Yauger Way, Kaiser, RW Johnson, Carriage Loop, Carriage Dr, Caton Way, Cooper Pt./Auto Mall Dr, Evergreen Park Dr, Lakeridge Dr, Schneider Hill Rd, Crestline, Elliott, 20th NW, Conger, Road 65, and Kenyon.

Stay Off the Line – Give it Time!

The paint truck will be followed by several “trail vehicles” with signs warning motorists not to pass. It is important to stay behind the paint truck and trail vehicles to give paint time to dry. Even if you do not see the vehicles or signs, please avoid driving over lines that appear fresh as they may still be drying. If you do get paint on your vehicle, rinse it off immediately. The paint is water-based and will wash off if done right away.

Track the Paint Truck to Avoid Tracking Paint

The best way to avoid wet paint and delays is by knowing where the paint truck is before you hit the road. This year, we are providing a live map at that shows the paint truck’s current location and where it has been for the last 20 minutes. You can check to see where we are anytime during the day, before you leave home or work, and plan your route accordingly.