Want to learn more about the extension of 228th Street Southwest in Edmonds?
The City of Edmonds is hosting a public meeting on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in the bottom floor conference room of the Public Works Building, 7110 210th St. SW.
The focus is on the 228th St. SW corridor improvement project. The project will construct the missing link of roadway on 228th St. SW from SR 99 to 76th Avenue West, and install two new traffic signals at the intersections of SR99/228th St. SW and 76th Ave. W./ 28th St. SW.
The center median will be extended on a portion of SR 99 to restrict left turns and improve safety. Sidewalk and bike lanes will be included along the new section of 228th St. SW. The project will provide a pavement overlay on 228th St. SW (80th Ave W to approximately 2,000 feet east of 76th Ave) and 76th Ave W (228th St. SW to SR99).
Edmonds recently receive a $4.9 million grant from the Washington State Department of Transportation for the project.
You are invited to participate in a public meeting to discuss your ideas, concerns and issues regarding this City of Edmonds' project.
You will be joined by some of your neighbors, City staff and the consultant, Perteet, working on the design. A brief presentation will cover the general improvements, recent project and schedule information. It will then be followed by a Q&A session.