Main Street Enhancement

News & project updates


July 10, 2017

Westwater Construction Co. finished laying the water main from Bothell Way NE to 102nd Ave NE and installed service lines to the individual businesses along both the north half and the south half of Main Street.
 

They are now working on the two water main tie-ins at the intersections of Main Street/101st Ave NE and Main Street/102nd Ave NE, as well as setting up the new customer water service lines in the two blocks. Customers are being notified of the upcoming service interruptions that will occur while the switchover to the new water system is being performed. This work will occur at night to minimize impacts to the businesses.

Main Street looking east

Main Street looking easty, July 2017

Installation of the storm drainage system is also underway. This working is happening concurrently with roadway demolition on the south half of the street – working west to east. Underground utility work will continue through the end of July. Visit our traffic page for lane closure information.

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  1. Project Description & Related Documents

    This project integrates the historic district with the planned overall development of public spaces in the downtown area.

  2. Main Street Businesses

    Main Street businesses are open during construction. Learn how to access the businesses during road construction.

  3. Parking

    See a map showing added options for public parking during construction.

  4. Lane Closures

    Find out about temporary lane closures and other scheduled roadwork ahead of time.

  1. Schedule

    Westwater Construction Company began working on the project in April.

  2. Background Information

    The City planned this project quite some time ago, but it took on a greater urgency after the Main Street fire in July 2016.

  3. FAQ

    Find answers to the common questions we've received about this project.