South Shore Road Advisory Committee:

The South Shore Road Advisory Committee

On January 13, 2009, Skagit County Public Works hosted a kick-off meeting to convene members of the South Shore Road Advisory Committee (SSRAC). The committee is tasked with developing short-term and long-term recommendations to address the issues surrounding the degrading South Shore Road and the impacts to detour routes. [Read more]

Plan For Two-Way Traffic On South Shore Road

Skagit County Public Works Department has released a proposal that would return South Shore Road to two-way traffic with six one-lane pullouts, where eastbound traffic would need to yield to westbound traffic. A return to two-way traffic was recommended by the South Shore Road Advisory Committee (SSRAC) last September. Public Works is seeking input on the proposal from the public. The SSRAC will review the plan on June 16. Comments are due back to Public Works by the end of June. The goal is to implement the plan this summer. - SSRAC

Two-Way South Shore Road Plan   •   Contact Public Works

Public Works South Shore Road Update, May 13, 2010

South Shore Road Erosion

South Shore Road is located along the Southern shoreline of Guemes Island, atop an active feeder bluff and is being eroded away by the Guemes Channel.

LineTime article on South Shore Road public meeting, June 3, 2008.

Skagit County South Shore Road Improvement Concepts

Recent Meeting Minutes

Previous Developments

South Shore Road Now One Way - Westbound Only

On Tuesday, September 30, 2008 Skagit County Public Works put up signs, announcing South Shore would now be westbound only.

South Shore Road Restrictions

The bank along South Shore Road is continuing to erode both on the top from runoff and from weather and tides below. February 28, 2008.

South Shore Bluff Erosion