Are you curious about water quality and transportation improvement projects in your neighborhood? Have you wondered when the sidewalk installation project near your home or business will be complete? Check out the Public Works Capital Improvement Program (CIP) online map at Public Works CIP Map.
The online map depicts public works projects that are being designed, under construction and completed as part of the City’s CIP. Simply click on an icon and a description of the project, a link to a project-specific webpage and contact information for the project manager are displayed. The green icon highlights projects currently in the design phase. When construction begins, the icon color changes to orange and when it ends, the icon color is gray. The map was created by the City’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Division in consultation with the Public Works Department.
Current project status
- Under construction: Improving safe school routes in the Highlands Neighborhood, enhancing the pedestrian corridor along downtown’s Park Lane in the Moss Bay Neighborhood, and upgrading the North Rose Hill reservoir are public works capital improvement projects currently under construction.
- Design phase: Many more projects are in the design phase such as installing pedestrian and bicycle facilities along 116th Avenue NE in the South Rose Hill/Bridle Trails Neighborhood, intersection improvements at NE 68th Street and 108thAvenue NE in the Everest Neighborhood and more safe school routes in various neighborhoods.
- Completed projects: Several projects have been completed including water system upgrades at the southeast corner of 132nd Avenue NE and NE 85th Street, intersection improvements at NE 124th Street and 124th Avenue NE in the Totem Lake area and safe school walk route on 100th Avenue NE/99th Place NE.
For more information contact Kari Page, Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator at KPage@ci.kirkland.wa.us or 425-587-3011.