City of Poulsbo, Washington
 
Engineering

Capital Projects

 

SR305 Intersection Safety Lighting Project

STATUS 1/9/14: Construction

 

The SR305 Intersection Safety Lighting project is under way.  The project will install 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.  The project is expected to be complete by January of 2014.


City of Poulsbo, WA

6th Ave and 9th Ave Sewer Pump Stations

STATUS 1/9/14: design

 

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 9th Avenue pump station will go out to add in the spring of 2014. The project is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2014.

 

City of Poulsbo, WA

City Utility Project

STATUS 1/9/14: design

 

The utility project will make necessary upgrades to water and sewer mains throughout the City and will likely include:

  • Force mains for the Sixth Avenue and Ninth Avenue pump stations
  • 500’ of water main replacement on Bond Road NE
  • Water main replacement on Ness Place NE and NE Matson Street
  • NE Harrison Street force main
Fjord Drive NE water main replacement (from NE Hostmark Street to NE Harrison Street)


City of Poulsbo, WA

Central Business District LID Improvements

STATUS 1/9/14: design

 

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.

City of Poulsbo, WA

Lincoln Road

STATUS 1/9/14: design

 

The Lincoln Road Project is currently in the design stage.  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 is expected to go out to add in March of 2014 and construction is expected to begin in May of 2014.  The project is funded by a FHWA grant, a TIB grant, and City traffic impact fees.

 


City of Poulsbo, WA

Overlay Project

STATUS 1/9/14: design

 

The overlay project is currently in the design stage.  Construction is expected to begin in summer of 2014.  The project will overlay existing pavement 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




City of Poulsbo, WA


Third Avenue Improvements

STATUS 1/9/14: Early Design

The Third Avenue Improvements will take place between Front Street and Iverson Street. The City is currently in the process of hiring consultants to assist with the design of the project.


City of Poulsbo, WA

Liberty Bay Waterfront Trail

STATUS 1/9/14: Feasibility stage

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.

 


City of Poulsbo, WA

 

City of Poulsbo Quick Links

• Public Works Main Page
• Engineering Main Page
• Water
• Sewer
• Solid Waste
• Stormwater
• Streets
• Cemetery
• Parks
• Public Works FAQs
• Utility Billing Questions
• Contact Us
Pay Your Bill Online >



return to top

   
 
City Hall
200 NE Moe Street
Hours:  M-F 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Phone: (360) 779-3901
  Pay Your Bill Online >
If you are paying a court fine
you need to click here.

pay your bill online
  Sign-Up for our
Email Newsletter >

email newsletter privacy
  Search the Site
city of poulsbo