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Large Neighborhood Street Fund (NSF) Projects: 25th Avenue SW

April 11, 2013

This project is complete.

Project Update - March 25, 2013

The project team is currently scheduling final action items that were identified during the post-construction inspection.

The work began Wednesday, March 20 and is expected to be complete by Friday, March 29, weather permitting. 

What to Expect During Repairs

  • Work hours 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Friday, weather permitting
  • Restricted on-street parking
  • Moderate construction noise and dust

 

Project Overview

The community is committed to building the new sidewalk and drainage improvements and successfully competed for funding through the Neighborhood Street Fund (NSF), a city-administered program that works with communities to prioritize and build neighborhood projects.  Additional funding has been provided through a grant from the King Conservation District.

Project Location

25th Ave SW between SW Brandon and Findlay Streets

Project Description

  • New sidewalks,
  • Curbs,
  • Rain gardens, and
  • Street trees in planting strip area.

These changes will improve the pedestrian environment by providing a landscaped buffer from traffic; improve drainage and traffic calm the street.  The new street width on 25th Ave SW will be 25’ wide with parallel on-street parking on both sides of the street.  The narrowed street width will have a traffic calming benefit for the neighborhood and further enhance pedestrian safety.

Before and after

Project Schedule:

2011 June: 60% Design
2011 Fall: 90% Design
2011 Fall:   100% Design
2011 Winter:  Advertise
2012 Summer:  Construction begins

Project Contact
Thérèse Casper, Neighborhood Street Fund Program Manager, therese.casper@seattle.gov, (206) 684-8764.

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