The City of Kenmore received a Water Quality Aquatic Invasive Plant Species Grant from the Washington State Department of Ecology for the development of an Integrated Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan (IAVMP) that addresses invasive freshwater plants which are negatively impacting our waters.
Daniels Real Estate (Applicant) has submitted an application and is working with the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission (Property Owner) and the City of Kenmore to preserve and rehabilitate the historic Saint Edwards Seminary Building. The Seminary Building is listed on the Washington Heritage Register and the National Register of Historic Places, intended to preserve the historic integrity of the building. Preservation of the historic integrity of the Seminary Building will be a key component of the overall project review.
The Walkways & Waterways proposed bond measure is the result of the City's "Imagine Kenmore" public outreach initiative. This initiative began in the summer of 2015 and included a number of public meetings, online interactive methods, and other outreach to solicit public input on priorities for pedestrian and cyclist safety and park improvements. Through this community engagement process, Kenmore residents confirmed that sidewalks and bike lanes on major roads and connecting to the City's public waterfront are top priorities.
Kenmore Village is a 9.6 acre property located in the heart of downtown Kenmore. The City is making progress in implementing the community's vision of Kenmore Village as a walkable place with a public square where Kenmore-area residents and workers can meet their daily needs and see one another face-to-face.
City proposal to improve the existing athletic fields at Saint Edward State Park.
The project is designed to enhance pedestrian safety and mobility on a local road that accesses highway 522.
The Lakepointe project is a proposal for a mixed-use development, which will be built in phases on approximately 45 acres on Lake Washington where the Sammamish River enters the lake.
This project will remove an existing culvert and replace it with a new fish-passable box culvert to eliminate flooding caused by Little Swamp Creek at NE 192nd Street.
Construction started in April 2015 to complete the remaining improvements to increase safety, improve transit reliability, and ease congestion on the west end of the city (SR 522 West A Segment).
The City will begin design of the new bridge in May 2015. Design will take approximately 2 years as the City secures the necessary permits, right of way, and prepares the plans and specifications. Construction is expected to begin in the Spring of 2018, pending availability of funding.
The City will begin design in October 2015 with construction planned to begin summer 2017. The proposed improvements include installation of ADA compliant sidewalk, pedestrian crossing and intersection reconfiguration in the vicinity of Kenmore Junior High School.
A pedestrian bridge previously existed over Stream 0056; the bridge was damaged in 2009 during a large storm event and the pedestrian connection between the public easement and park was lost. The City now seeks to replace the previous bridge with a new structure.
The Moorlands Park renovation will construct park improvements including ballfield renovation, new picnic shelter, perimeter path and play area upgrades.
The south and north sides of NE 181st Street between 68th Ave NE and 73rd Ave NE are getting new sidewalks along with other improvements.
The project will improve the existing foot trail within the Seattle-owned right-of-way for the Tolt pipelines, between 68th Ave NE and 73rd Ave NE.
The project will add pavement to the east shoulder of the Arrowhead Drive "curve", located 350' north of NE 154th Street. The additional shoulder pavement will allow for the creation of a wider pedestrian path on the west side of Arrowhead, connecting to the curb-protected walkway south of this location.