Project Update 03/06/2017
The Elliott Bay Seawall contractor has recently completed restoration of the City Light Waterfront Network civil infrastructure south of Pine Street to Union Street. The work is a milestone achievement, in that, nearly all work along Alaskan Way south of Pine Street is restored. The Seattle Aquarium Electrical Service restoration remains to be completed. The contractor has also begun seawall re-structure in the roadway north of Pine Street to Stewart Street. All areas south of Pine Street are open to public access.
What is the Elliott Bay Seawall Project?
The Elliott Bay Seawall Project will replace the existing seawall--from S. Washington Street to Virgina Street--with a structure that meets current safety and design standards.
The Elliott Bay Seawall Project is a critical public safety project. Failure of the seawall would have significant impacts to the public, the City of Seattle, the Puget Sound region, Washington State, and the nation. Protection from coastal storm damage and shoreline erosion is vital to preserving Seattle's downtown, the economy, and the region's quality of life and economic competitiveness. The Elliott Bay Seawall:
For more information, please visit: Waterfront Seattle
Contact Customer Service
Or submit an inquiry online