2014 Capital Projects - Last Updated 10/23/14
The Lincoln Road Project is currently under construction. The project will add new pavement, sidewalks, bike lanes, water main, storm main, and shared use path to NE Lincoln Road (from NE NE Lauire Vei Loop to Noll Road). The project started in June of 2014 and construction is expected to continue through November of 2014. This project is partially funded by state and federal grant sources.
Decant Facility/Solid Waste Transfer Station
The Decant Facility/Solid Waste Transfer Station is the first phase of the overall development of the new Public Works facility located at 22125 Viking Way. Phase I facilities will be advertised for bids in November 2014. Construction will begin in January 2015 and will be complete by the end of May 2015. This project is partially funded by a stormwater grant from the Department of Ecology.
Pugh Well/Lincoln Well #2 Treatment for Manganese
This project consists of the design and construction of the Lincoln Well #2 Manganese Water Treatment Plant. The facility will be located on the Lincoln Well #2 site at 2500 NE Lincoln Road. Construction will include site grading, construction of a building to house the water treatment plant, installation of the water treatment plant, associated piping, backwash facilities, sedimentation pond, and necessary electrical and mechanical equipment. The project will be advertised for bids in February 2015. Construction will be completed in 2015. The pilot study for the treatment facility during the design phase was partially funded by a grant from the Department of Health.
6th Ave and 9th Ave Sewer Pump Stations
Two sewer pump stations, one at 6th Avenue and one at 9th Avenue have reached the end of their useful life. These stations pump sewage up to the sewer main in Highway 305 and out to the treatment plant in Brownsville. The pump stations are over 40 years old and must be replaced. The City has begun design on a project to replace these two pump stations and replace the aging sewer infrastructure on Fjord Drive and a portion of 6th Avenue. The stations will be bid and replaced at the same time. The project will be advertised for bids in late 2014. Construction will be take place in 2015.
Central Business District LID Improvements
The project will make stormwater improvements to various areas throughout the City. Installation of LID technologies such as pervious pavement and Filterra bioretention systems are being considered for Third Avenue (from Moe Street NE to Iverson Street), King Olaf Parking Lot, and NE Iverson Street. The project will be advertised for bids in November 2014. Construction will commence in 2015. This project is partially funded by a stormwater grant from the Department of Ecology.
Liberty Bay Waterfront Trail
The City has hired Parametrix to assist with the feasibility study for the Liberty Bay Waterfront Trail project. This project will extend trails in American Legion Park to the existing trail system in Fish Park.
Overlay Project/Pavement Restoration
Overlay of existing pavement was completed in October 2014 in the following areas:
- Seventh Avenue NE – from NE Iverson Street to NE Liberty Road
- Eighth Avenue NE – from NE Iverson Street to Seventh Avenue NE
- Bond Road NE – from SR-305 to NW Lindvig Way
- NE Hostmark Street – from Caldart Avenue NE to Poulsbo Middle School
SR305 Intersection Safety Lighting project
The SR305 Intersection Safety Lighting project was completed in early 2014. The project installed overhead luminaries at three intersections on SR305 – at Johnson Road, Noll Road and Seminole Road. Design funding was a partnership between the City of Poulsbo and Kitsap County. Construction funding was provided by a $400,000 grant from the Washington State Department of Transportation.