The North Nemah Road Improvement Project MP 0.32 (Williams Creek Bridge) to MP 0.77 (North Nemah Bridge) will improve 0.45 miles of roadway. The existing roadway is narrow, bumpy, rough to drive, and has two (2) ninety degree (90°) curves. The asphalt concrete pavement surface has distresses throughout with alligator cracking, potholes, and patching. The current roadway is twenty feet (20') wide, which can be a hazard when two vehicles meet. The roadway is used by a variety of recreational opportunities to include; public fishing and hunting, hiking, a private campground, the Washington State Fish Hatchery, logging of forest products, and general public residential access. Re-alignment of the ninety degree curves will enhance safety, but will also move the existing roadway away from the North Nemah River, protect the river and the bridges and eliminate scour situations. Improvements would include; pavement repair, drainage improvements, widening to accommodate two -twelve foot (12') driving lanes, re-alignment of the two - ninety degree curves, side slope improvements, preleveling and wearing course lifts of hot mix asphalt. Work will be completed in two phases: (1) county force work to include; clearing, grubbing, shoulder widening, driveway culverts, curve re-alignment and (2) contract work to include; resurface with hot mix asphalt, traffic control and shoulder widening.