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• Fully fund Street Operations ($1.62 million)• Restore suspended operational programs: asphalt patching ($175,000) and sidewalk repair/replacement ($80,000)• More robust pavement marking (striping) ($75,000)• Improve the condition of major streets ($1.65 million)• Sidewalk and crosswalk construction ($400,000)
Certain residential developers must work with the school district regarding safe walk to school routes. Applicants for residential subdivisions or short plats must submit a form to the Northshore School District to initiate an assessment of safe walking conditions for students according to RCW 58.17.060, RCW 58.17.110 and BMC 15.08.030. Safe Walk to School Assessment - Form 52