Current Projects

Current Capital Improvement Projects

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 recently competed:

12th Street

Long-awaited reconstruction of 12th Street began August6th, 2018. The project was completed in mid-October. City Councilmembers rated this important thoroughfare as one of the top-rankedtransportation projects. 

The project included: 

• Installation of a new water main, water services and additional fire hydrants

• Installation of three new floodway culverts

• Installation of bio-swales

• Reconstruction of the roadway, including new pavement, minor shoulder widening,         pavement markings and street signage

Main Avenue north 

Overlay of Main Avenue began in early July. Construction included spot reconstruction, grinding, overly and the addition of new angled parking along the east side of Main Avenue from West 2nd Street to West 4th Street.

The final project included a new pavement section and resulted in 14 additional parking stalls in Downtown North Bend.

City Contacts

Tom Mohr, PE
Deputy Public Works Director
425-888-7653

Carrie Smith
Public Works Coordinator
425-888-7651

North Bend Way Curb & Gutter/ADA Improvements - Ballarat to Downing - North Side: Transportation

This capital project improves pedestrian safety and mobility on the north side of North Bend Way. This project links two other capital projects (Downtown Plaza and proposed Park Street Roundabout). Curb placement is designed in concert with the future anticipated street improvements. The sidewalk will be widened in accordance with the City's design standards for this section of a major arterial. Project is mostly funded by a Community Development Block Grant.

Mt. Si Springs VFD: Water

This capital 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 City's primary 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. This project was awarded to Omega Contractors, Inc. for construction.

A more detailed list of recently completed, ongoing and future capital projects is available on the 2018 Capital Project Update (PDF).

current private development projects


City contacts
Mike Sippo
Development Project Manager
(425) 888-7664

Brian Tucker
Development Project Manager
(425) 888-7659