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Current Capital Improvement Projects
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Public Works Department
1155 E. North Bend Way
P.O. Box 896
North Bend, WA  98045

Ph: (425) 888-0486

The City’s Capital Improvement Projects are developed based on meeting the future needs of the various utilities and street systems and are generally formulated through a comprehensive planning process.

The following projects are currently underway or scheduled for late 2015 or early 2016 in an effort to maintain, upgrade, enhance, or expand the City’s infrastructure. 

Bendigo Blvd. Right-Turn Lane at Park Street:  Transportation – A right-turn lane will be constructed for northbound Bendigo Boulevard from halfway to the South Fork Snoqualmie River bridge to the Park Street intersection.  The new right-turn lane will reduce traffic queues at two traffic signals.  Work includes removal and replacement of the existing curb, gutter, and sidewalk, pavement widening, restriping, new bike lane, new landscaping, and crosswalk modifications.  The project is currently at sixty percent design and is scheduled for construction in 2016.

Cedar Falls Way Sidewalk:  Transportation – This pedestrian safety improvement project provides a new paved sidewalk along the south side of Cedar Falls Way from the Cedar Falls Way Roundabout to the intersection with Mountain View Boulevard SE.  The design also makes provisions for a bicycle lane at street level between these two termini.  Construction is scheduled to occur in late 2015 / early 2016.

EJ Roberts Park Improvements:  Parks – This project includes a pedestrian bridge replacement across a floodway channel, a new picnic shelter and enhanced landscaping.  These improvements occur in the southwest corner of the park.  The existing failed wooden bridge will be demolished and hauled away.  The picnic shelter is a six post hexagon shaped structure placed on a concrete pad.  Also included is a barbeque grill, water fountain, picnic tables, replacement of some playground equipment and minor landscape improvements. 

Mt. Si Springs VFD:  Water – This project installs 2 new variable frequency drive (VFD) pumps at the Mt. Si Springs plant in an effort to increase the city's water supply and efficiency from the existing water source.  This project also minimizes the need to use Hobo Springs and the Centennial Well, thereby reducing water mitigation payments to Seattle Public Utilities.

An in-depth and updated list of ongoing capital projects is also available on the November 2015 City of North Bend Capital Projects Update.