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Road construction at Sudbury Road Landfill begins July 17


WALLA WALLA — Customers at the Sudbury Road Landfill should expect delays starting Monday, July 17, as construction begins on the Landfill Roadway & Compost Pad Improvement project.

Construction began at the compost pad on July 17. The compost pad will be closed during this work, and all green waste and compost customers will be directed to the temporary staging area at the active pit.

Construction at the entrance to the landfill is expected to start on July 24 and should take the contractor no more than ten working days to complete. There will be night work for this phase to minimize the impact on landfill customers.

During construction, flaggers will be present at the entrance during the day to allow sanitation trucks priority access to the public scale. Landfill customers should expect delays and gravel roads at the entrance.

The work consists of repairs and full reconstruction of the asphalt at the entrance and compost pad of the 1970s facility.

The City of Walla Walla Landfill-Sudbury Road is located at 238 E. Alder St, Walla Walla.

Information about this project is available here:


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