Big Valley Water Transmission Main
STATUS 9/3/13: Complete
The Big Valley Water Transmission Main Project constructed a new 12 inch ductile iron main from the intersection of Bond Road and Big Valley Road to approximately 1 mile north to the location of the City well site. The 8 inch water main upgraded to meet current capacity requirements. The contract was awarded to Pape & Sons Construction Inc. from Gig Harbor in the amount of $751,148.19. The project started on June 10, 2013 and was completed in August of 2013.
Sixth Avenue Improvements
STATUS 9/3/13: Construction
The Sixth Avenue improvements are designed to protect Liberty Bay water quality by treating stormwater runoff from 6th Avenue, Hostmark Street and Lincoln Road. Additionally, the project will improve pedestrian and bicycle safety by enhancing sidewalks, crosswalks and bicycle facilities.
Construction of the Sixth Avenue Improvements started in June of 2013 and is scheduled for completion in October of 2013. The contract was awarded to Primo Construction Inc. out of Sequim, WA. The contractor completed installation of new water main and is currently installing new stormwater main and water quality facilities. Paving will take place following the installation of the stormwater features.
Sixth Avenue NE Traffic Calming Map
Sixth Avenue NE Traffic Calming Public Notice
Open House Notice - May 8, 2013
6th Ave and 9th Ave Sewer Pump Stations
STAUS 9/3/13: Pre-design, construction scheduled for 2014
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. A consultant was hired in February to start design on the project. The 9th Avenue pump station will go out to add during the fall of 2013. The project is scheduled for construction in the winter/spring of 2014.
STATUS 4/26/13: Complete
Construction of Anderson Parkway is complete. The Anderson Parkway project is designed to protect Liberty Bay water quality by using LID technology to treat stormwater runoff from the parking lot. The project replaced deteriorated pavement which has reached the end of its useful life. Pedestrian and vehicle safety were enhanced by improving walkways, visibility, vehicle flow and lighting.
Anderson Parkway Map
Hostmark Sidewalk Improvements
STATUS 4/26/13: Complete
The Hostmark Sidewalk Improvement Project is located south of North Kitsap High School on the south side of Hostmark Street. The project created approximately 40 linear feet of new sidewalk to improve pedestrian connectivity along the Hostmark corridor. Additionally, the project added ADA ramps and a driveway approach that connects to the footpath access trail leading to the Austurbruin neighborhood.
Noll Road Roundabout
STATUS 3/11/13: Complete
The Noll Road Roundabout Project is complete. The intersection is now permanently functioning as a roundabout. This means that left turns are no longer allowed. Traffic which previously made left turns at the intersection, will now be required to follow the path of the roundabout and turn right when appropriate.
For general information about navigating roundabouts please visit WSDOT's website at: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/safety/roundabouts/
Liberty Bay Waterfront Trail
STATUS 4/12/11: Soliciting consultant proposals for design
The City is currently in the process of hiring a consultant to assist with design of the Liberty Bay Waterfront Trail project. This project will extend trails in American Legion Park to the existing trail system in Fish Park. The design phase of this project will being summer 2011.
Third Avenue Improvements
STATUS 3/11/13: 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.
Lincoln Road Project
STATUS 3/11/13: Design
The Lincoln Road Project is currently in the design stage. The project limits will be from NE Laurie Vei Loop to the Lincoln/Noll roundabout. Construction is scheduled to take place in the summer of 2014. The project is funded by a FHWA grant, a TIB grant, and City traffic impact fees.
Preliminary Design Drawing