Project Overview: ES-0555 In 2020, Public Works is leading a multi-agency project team with staff from WTA, WSDOT, WCOG and transportation planning and engineering consultants in a comprehensive multimodal transportation study for the area generally bounded by the Samish/I-5 interchange on the south; Samish-Maple-Ellis corridor on the west; Iowa/I-5 interchange on the north; and Puget Street on the east ... Read more
Project Overview: ES-0554 This project is an overlay of Bill McDonald Parkway from 20th Street to Samish way and Britton Road from Northshore to the City limits, with the purpose of improving road driving surface and ADA access. Funded by Street and Transportation Benefit District. Project Status – July 2020 Accomplishments: Project under construction. Next Milestone: Complete concrete work ... 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
Project Overview: ES-0552 In 2016-2017, the City (Public Works and TranspoGroup consultants) completed a comprehensive corridor study to examine alternatives to reduce collisions, construct bikeway facilities, improve pedestrian safety, and improve the streetscape environment along 3/4 mile of the Samish-Maple-Ellis corridor from Bill McDonald Parkway to Lakeway Drive. The 2009 Samish Way Urban Village Plan made some recommendations for ... Read more
Tree and vegetation pruning to restore and preserve the panoramic views for the ovservation tower.
Thirtyfive bioretention facilities are planned in the Central Business District in areas draining to Whatcom Creek. The project is 75% funded by the Department of Ecology. Neighborhoods: Central Business District, York and Sehome.