This project will improve a significant freight corridor in Everett, benefiting commercial vehicle mobility and pedestrian safety. The Port of Everett’s continued growth has created increased demand for freight capacity between the Port’s south terminal and Interstate 5. This project will facilitate the movement of freight traffic utilizing this corridor.
This project will replace a 1,400 foot segment of 12-inch cast iron water pipe that was installed in the 1950s and has experienced several breaks over the past five years.
This will be a multi-purpose bridge that will provide an above-ground utility crossing and a pedestrian crossing between the park and the waterfront.
This project is designed to help Everett meet its regulatory limit for discharges of combined sewer overflow (CSO) to the Snohomish River by increasing the flows to the Everett Water Pollution Control Facility for treatment.
The City has closed both access roads to Howarth Park in response to recent landslides.
The pond network on the Legion Memorial Golf Course offers a logical and cost effective opportunity for stormwater detention – a place to put storm runoff from City streets and alleys, from Everett Community College, and from the golf course itself. A new separate storm drainage network will be constructed in this area – similar to the work done in the nearby Sewer M area to the south, with no sewer replacement. These improvements are primarily to reduce or eliminate basement and surface flooding, they will also help the environment by reducing combined sewer overflows into the Snohomish River. Two companion projects, Wetmore Ave. Stormwater Separation and Alverson Blvd. Stormwater Separation are planned to complete the new northwest Everett stormwater network.
Learn more about the Service Center Redevelopment project.
The primary objective of this project is to address chronic basement flooding problems.
This project will evaluate and design the transfer of surface water flows from an above ground pipe.
The Smith Island and Union Slough restoration project will restore the riverine and tidal influence to 93 acres of intertidal riverine habitat.
The Tulalip Water Pipeline project is a 7.5-mile-long water transmission pipeline being constructed from the Everett water transmission pipelines.