|| February 10, 2016
|| Gunnar Fridricksson, Capital
Improvements Project Manager
Open House for residents to preview Public Works projects
(Silverdale, WA) - Silverdale area residents are invited
to an Open House on Thursday, February 18th to preview three scheduled
Public Works projects for 2017.
- The Silverdale Way project is in the early stages of
design and the project limits are from approximately 350
feet south of Byron Street, then north up to Anderson Hill
Road. Improvements will consist of road widening, traffic
safety improvements, sewer capacity upgrades, upgrading
stormwater facilities, and installing sidewalks, planter
strips, and bicycle lanes. Construction of this project is
tentatively scheduled to begin in the spring of 2017.
- The Bay Shore Drive project limits are south from
Bucklin Hill Road, continuing south on Washington Avenue to
the waterfront park. Design is approximately 60% complete.
Improvements will consist of increased sewer capacity,
upgrading the stormwater facilities, and installing
sidewalks and lighting. Construction is scheduled to begin
spring of 2017.
- The Sewer Pump Station 3 project is located at the
waterfront park off of Washington Avenue and design will
begin design in 2017. Improvements to the station will
increase capacity and replace outdated equipment and
The Open House is scheduled for Thursday, February 18, 2016 from 5:00 to
7:00 p.m. in the Jenne Wright Administration Building Gymnasium, 9210
Silverdale Way NW, Silverdale.
These three projects will set the tone for future roadway improvements
along Silverdale Way as well as incorporate some necessary water quality and
pedestrian improvements in Old Town Silverdale. County staff looks forward
to meeting residents, discussing design plans, and receiving comments.
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