Edgewater Bridge Replacement

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The existing five-span, 350-foot bridge, built in 1946, is nearing the end of its useful life and is in need of replacement. The existing bridge is structurally deficient, functionally obsolete and vulnerable to seismic risk. Load restrictions have been imposed for continued safe operation. This bridge is one of three bridges along Mukilteo Boulevard that provide vital access to the Boulevard Bluffs neighborhood. The loss of any combination of two bridges along this section of Mukilteo Boulevard due to a major seismic event would result in potential isolation for parts of the neighborhood. The City is focusing on this bridge and the Maple Heights Bridge as part of our earthquake hazard mitigation efforts.

Project Description

The bridge is located along Mukilteo Boulevard at the western city limits adjacent to Mukilteo. The bridge spans Edgewater Creek and is a vital link for the Boulevard Bluffs neighborhood. The new replacement bridge structure will include two vehicle travel lanes, bike lanes and sidewalks on both sides.

A Federal Bridge Program grant will provide $2.4 Million of the estimated $3.0 Million budget for the preliminary engineering and right of way phases of the bridge replacement project.


Start Construction: November 2020
Complete Construction: October 2021

Project Manager

Ryan L. Sass, PE
City Engineer
Phone: 425-257-8942