Main Street Enhancement

Project update


February 2018


One block closure of Main Street extended to late February or early March
The contractor for the Main Street Enhancement project continues to work through inclement weather.  Some work cannot be accomplished in the rain, such as pouring and finishing of concrete surfaces.  The one-block closure of Main Street between 101st and 102nd avenues is expected to continue through February and potentially into the first week of March.  The actual duration will depend on the weather. This will give the contractor the best opportunity to complete the project as quickly as possible.

For more information on intersection impacts, view full press release.


Parking update

City staff remains focused on ensuring access to all businesses on Main Street remain open.  

  • On-street parking on Main Street from Bothell Way to 101st Avenue NE is open, except for limited times when nearby work is ongoing. 
  • A temporary lot between SR 522 and Main Street is open.
  • The City Hall garage at 18415 101st Ave NE is available.
  • Parallel parking stalls on the Bothell Way access lanes provide additional parking.

More information

Questions? Concerns? Please call our Hotline 425-806-6825.

Construction photos

Why is the project delayed?


There was a delay in obtaining the metal sleeves for the bollards to cast the concrete. Roadway, curb, and sidewalk work could not begin until the bollard foundations are completed. Also, underground utility work took longer than the contractor anticipated. 

What is the City doing to keep the project moving?


The City’s goals are to keep access to businesses open and traffic moving while allowing construction to proceed as quickly as possible. We are looking at various options to keep the project moving, including allowing the contractor to work weekends. We are working with the Main Street business community and the contractor to see what options might work best.

Project featured on Bothell Buzz


This edition of Bothell Buzz  is all about the Main Street Enhancement project!