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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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228th and 15th Ave crews working

228th St. SE Repair Project

The City has hired a contractor to repair the groundwater and rain puddling issue on 228th St. SE (just east of 15th Ave. SE).  The project will include installing two catch basins and a French drain to collect water into the storm drain system.  Work started on Jan. 31.  The completion of this project is dependent on the weather.  More details...


4th Ave. W Sidewalk

The sidewalk on 4th Ave. W will soon have a raised concrete sidewalk with an island, extended curb, and a curb ramp suitable for wheelchairs and strollers along the west side of the corridor, between 219th Pl. SW and 220th St. SW. 

Construction for this project started on Jan. 28 and is expected to be complete by Feb. 8, depending on the weather.

During construction, there may be lane closures Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Check the traffic impacts page for updates.

Crews repairing sidewalk

Sidewalk and Paving Repairs

Public Works Maintenance and Operations staff replaced 30 linear feet of sidewalks near Westhill Elementary School because of tree root damage and 300 linear feet of sidewalks near Shelton View Elementary School to fix settlement issues in the concrete.  They also repaired 86 linear feet of paving near Northcreek Forest and Woodinville Dr.


Juanita-Woodinville Way (NE 160th St.) Overlay Project

The City is planning to pave Juanita Woodinville Way NE (between NE 145th St. to 115th Ave. NE) and NE 160th St. (between 116th Ave. NE and 124th Ave. NE).  More details...


Thank you Bothell volunteers!

The City is appreciative of the Friends of Westhill for their work to clean up the roadway along 7th Ave. SE/88th Ave. NE from 240th Ave. NE.  The group collected six large bags of litter and debris from the roadway and found a set of car keys they turned into the Police Department.  Awesome job Friends of Westhill!


Stay Tuned...

Stay tuned for more information regarding Winter preparedness next month.

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