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Construction and Safe Streets Project News

Learn about where your Safe Streets & Sidewalks Levy funds are going. Check out the current and upcoming capital improvement projects happening throughout the City. To leave us feedback about any of these projects, just fill out a Customer Action Request. Thanks for your interest!


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Safe Streets & Sidewalks

Crack Sealing

Crews will begin sealing cracks in the roadway in neighborhoods throughout Bothell soon. Crack sealing is a cost-effective method of repairing asphalt roadways to help them last longer. This year's crack sealing project also includes sealing roads near Frank Love Elementary in preparation for a full roadway seal - called a slurry seal -  later this summer. Learn more about the many ways the City is working to preserve pavement. 

Crews sealing cracks
Sealing a large crack
Crews working on a crack
Updated sidewalk with ADA curb ramp

234th Place SW Walkway

Construction was recently completed on a 5-foot wide concrete school walkway that connects Meridian Avenue S with Shelton View Elementary School via 234th Place SW. This project was identified by the Safe School Walk Routes taskforce as a high priority and was funded through the Sidewalk & Crosswalk Program.

Stay Tuned...

Next month we explore the asphalt patching work being done throughout the City in preparation for the upcoming slurry seal project later this summer.   


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Capital Improvement Projects

Main Street Enhancement

Main Street's update is almost complete, so come celebrate with the community on Saturday, April 28 from noon to 3 p.m.! Enjoy family-friendly activities like Touch-a-Truck, sidewalk chalk and a bouncy house. Live music will follow the ribbon-cutting ceremony, which begins at 12:30 p.m. Enjoy specials, demonstrations and discounts from participating Main Street businesses and restaurants. 

See the latest updates on the Main Street Enhancement Project.
Celebrate Main Street

19th Avenue SE / 232nd Street SE / 23rd Avenue SE Non-motorized Improvements

Design plans to implement improvements for pedestrians and bicycles along 19th Avenue NE, 232nd Street SE, and 23rd Avenue SE are near completion. Join the project's engineering team at an open house on May 2 at Canyon Park Middle School from 6 to 7:30 p.m. or visit the project website for more information. 

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