Description This project is a continuation of the award-winning Waypoint Park and will complete the waterfront trail connection from Roeder Avenue to Laurel Street. Coordination with other agencies and the adjoining property owners will also be required to ensure a seamless and integrated design with private development and other public spaces and plazas connecting to ... Read more
Project Overview: ES-0553 This project includes pedestrian and bicycle facility improvements throughout Bellingham including a new sidewalk on the east side of 40th Street from Elwood to Fielding and improvements at the Grant/Kentucky intersection. This will improve pedestrian and bicycle access. Funded by Street and Transportation Benefit District. Project Status – May 2021 Accomplishments: Project complete. Next Milestone: Close-out ... Read more
Construction of two new arterial streets in the Downtown Waterfront portion of the former Georgia Pacific mill site.
Project Overview: ES-0547 This project consists of Transportation Benefit District-funded pedestrian and bicycle improvements throughout Bellingham. The purpose of this project is to reduce risk and improve connectivity for pedestrian and bike travel in accordance with the City’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master plans. This project includes new sidewalks on portions of Yew Street, 24th and Lakeway / ... Read more
Project Overview: ES-0540 The Roeder Avenue Overlay project will resurface Roeder Avenue from the Whatcom Waterway bridge to Squalicum Parkway including buffered bicycle lanes in each direction. In addition, the sidewalks on the south side of Roeder will be reconstructed to replace damaged panels from adjacent street trees. Trees were planted along Roeder next to ... Read more
Project Overview: EU-0178 Annual program for replacement and rehabilitation of sanitary sewer mains and manholes via open-trench and trenchless methods. This project will rehabilitate or replace sewer mains and manholes which are deteriorated or have reached the end of their service life. The program also includes elements to reduce or eliminate stormwater inflow and groundwater infiltration ... Read more