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Public Works Project Updates

Learn about where your Safe Streets & Sidewalks Levy funds are going, and check out current and upcoming Capital Improvement Projects happening throughout the City of Bothell. To leave feedback about these projects, you can fill out a Customer Action Request form.
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Map of 228th Construction Area

228th St. SE Pavement Overlay Project

The 228th St. SE Pavement Overlay Project is done with construction. We appreciate the patience and understanding of those impacted by the paving work.

The remaining work consists of permanent lane striping which must be completed in Spring 2019 when the weather is warmer and drier. Check the traffic impacts page for more details about lane closures and see the project page for additional information on the 228th St. SE Pavement Overlay Project.

For questions or comments contact Senior Capital Projects Engineer Khin Gyi  

 

4th Ave. Sidewalk

This project will construct a raised concrete sidewalk along the west side of the corridor, between 219th Pl. SW and 220th St. SW.

Construction for this project is anticipated to start in December 2018. During construction, there may be lane closures between 9 a.m and 3 p.m. Check the traffic impacts page for updates once the project begins.

Crosswalk Flashing Lights Program

More than a dozen solar powered flashing lights at crosswalks were installed at different Bothell locations.

These flashing lights enhance safety and visibility by reducing crashes between vehicles and pedestrians at intersections where there are no signals.

Flashing lights at crosswalks are shown and proven to encourage drivers to yield at crosswalks, and in turn keep our streets safer for pedestrians.

Flashing Crosswalk Beacon
Radar sign trailer

Radar Sign Trailers

The City recently deployed radar speed signs mounted on trailers to enhance the popular Radar Speed Sign Program in neighborhoods near schools. These signs calm and slow down speeding vehicles by alerting drivers of their speed. When kids return to school after the holidays, they will return to improvements in school zones. As a friendly reminder, please drive safely and watch for our children walking to and from school.


Customer Action Requests

Reporting service requests may be easier than you'd think! The Customer Action Request (CAR) form allows you to report concerns related to:

  • Traffic calming, signals, and timing
  • Roads-potholes, overgrown vegetation, and striping
  • School walk routes and crosswalks
  • Water, sewer, and drainage issues
  • Code compliance violations and concerns
  • Sports-field conditions
  • Parks, bathrooms, vegetation and other issues

The form is available online at www.bothellwa.gov/CAR.  To expedite requests, we ask that you provide details such as the location (street address, cross streets, and park or trail name). 

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