This past year, the Re‐Imagining NE 85th Street project team has been engaged in a major cleanup effort of NE 85th Street between 21st Ave NE and Ravenna Ave NE. This work included clean up of trash, greenway overgrowth and illegal dumping. They also began initial restoration of the wetlands on the east end of the street. With vouchers from the City of Seattle, they removed over 15 tons of brush and debris, and over 1 ton of illegal dumping. The next stage of this project is the restoration of native habitat along the planting strip on the south side of NE 85th Read More …
Weather permitting, driveway and sidewalk construction will begin as soon as tomorrow, March 9. Crews have been pouring curb and gutter on NE 83rd St and 28th Ave NE and will transition to pouring concrete for driveways and sidewalk. This work is very weather-dependent, so may be rescheduled if necessary, and appreciate your patience.
Construction is moving slower than anticipated on the NE 95th St Sidewalk Project, due in part to a few weather delays. The latest project update from the Seattle Department of Transportation notes that work should wrap up in late March or early April, while an on-site project sign says that work will be complete in May.
A Neighborhood Transportation Forum will take place on Tuesday evening, February 28th, to introduce the NE 65th Street Vision Zero Project and discuss ideas for improving safety.
UPDATE: The proposal was approved at City Council. A speed-limit reduction proposal was approved in committee and will advance to presentation at the full Seattle City Council on Monday, September 23rd, at 2 PM.
Surveyors have been at work up and down 35th Ave NE recently because the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is planning to repave 35th Ave NE in the year 2018.
Microsurfacing work continues while the sun shines. August weather creates ideal conditions for the emulsion being applied to residential streets, which needs all day to dry. Check the Microsurfacing Schedule page.
Now you can see statistics on where traffic collisions have been most common in Seattle.
Would you like to have a yard sign to remind drivers to slow down on your street?