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City of Mill Creek's Complete Streets Award


Complete Streets Award

March 2019 Selection

FY 2020 Complete Streets Program
Current Phase : Audit
Total TIB Funding : $269,041

County: Snohomish   |   Legislative District: 44   |   Project Length: 0.10   |   TIB Engineer: Greg Armstrong   |   Last Payment Date: 06/23/2022

Project Information

Lead Agency MILL CREEK
Funding Year 2020
Program CSP
Current Phase Audit
Legislative District 44
Congressional District 1
Federal Route Number 9999
Project Length 0.10 mi.
Functional Class Local Access
Type of Work Pedestrian
Project Contact Mike Todd
Contact Email
TIB Engineer Greg Armstrong
Last Payment Date 06/23/2022
Cultural Resource Assessment

Project Schedule

  Target Date Actual Date
Project Selection Date   03/22/2019
Delayed Project Date 07/01/2021  
DAHP Assessment Date  
Predesign Approval
Design Approval 05/01/2019
Bid Auth. Approval 05/01/2019
Construction Approval 05/01/2019 04/08/2019
Project Closeout 12/31/2022 05/26/2022
Audit Date   06/23/2022
Withdrawn Date  

Project Funding

TIB Funds Project Costs
Environmental Study 0 0
Design Study 0 0
Total Predesign 0 0
Special Study 0 0
Design 0 0
Right of Way 0 0
Total Design 0 0
Construction Engineering 0 0
Construction Contract 300,000 269,041
Other Construction 0 0
Total Construction 300,000 269,041
Funding Surplus - 30,959  
Total TIB Funding 269,041 269,041

Local Funding Partners

Funding Amount Percent
WSDOT Funding 0 0.0%
Total Local Funding 0 0.0%

Complete Streets Workplan

Item Type of Work Date Added Est. Cost Actual Cost Complete
Replacment of RRFB's Pedestrian; Bicycle Mar 2019 $50,000 $48,532
Design the replacement of two pairs of existing solar powered rectangular rapid flashing beacons (RRFBs) with upgraded solar powered RRFBs. These RRFBs are highly used by the whole community. Upgrade ADA ramps as needed. Locations: 148th Street SE (path to Mill Creek Elementary) and Trillium Blvd (entrance to Heatherwood Middle School) A single public works bid was opened In March 2020 for RRFB replacements using supplied electrlcal current Instead of solar, but the bid was too high and made the project cost-prohibitive. As COVID pandemic Impacts on the construction Industry are still generating high bids In summer 2021, the City proposes to rebid and Install this work Item with City funds during 2021-22, and Instead repurpose remaining Complete Streets Funding to be spent by March 2022 to three Proposed Work Items described below. School)
Jackson High School Crosswalk on 136 Street SE Pedestrian Jul 2021 $70,000 $110,360
This Proposed Work Item will design and construct a mid-block crosswalk across 136th Street SE to connect pedestrian access between athletic fields, parking lots, sidewalks, and walking tralls on both sides of the street. This area Is already frequently used by large numbers of pedestrians without a crosswalk and with parked cars reducing vlslblllty. This project wlll construct two parallel ramps, crosswalk and no- parking striping, signs, and the foundations for future solar-powered RRFB Installations for this crosswalk.
New Sidewalk For Missing Pedestrian Connection on
Heatherwood Drive to Bothell- Everett Highway/Trillium Blvd SE Intersection
Pedestrian Jul 2021 $150,000 $71,693
This Proposed Work Item will design and construct a missing sidewalk connection approximately 230 feet long on the south side of Heatherwood Drive. This section will connect an existing crosswalk and pedestrian ramp at the south corner of the three-way Intersection between North Creek Drive and Heatherwood Drive with the existing pedestrian ramp at the southwest corner of the Intersection of Bothell-Everett Highway and Trillium Blvd SE/Heatherwood Drive. Completing this missing section will provide a direct pedestrian connection between the residential neighborhoods and sports park west of Bothell-Everett Highway, the sidewalks and Bus Rapid Transit stops along Bothell-Everett Highway, and both Heatherwood Middle School and Jackson High School east of Bothell-Everett Highway. Presently, the only established pedestrian sidewalk requires walking approximately 630 feet south on the sidewalk paralleling Bothell- Everett Highway, followed by approximately 700 feet north on the sidewalk parallellng the south leg of North Creek Drive. This project will include construction of a retaining wall up to 4 feet In height to level the new sidewalk grade near the existing curb elevation along North Creek Drive.
Pedestrian/Bicycles Safety Enhancements Along North
Creek Drive
Pedestrian; Bicycle Jul 2021 $30,000 $38,457
This Proposed Work Item will design and construct fog-llne raised pavement markers and additional signs and striping to Improve driver awareness of pedestrians using the existing shoulder path along approximately 800 feet of the west side of North Creek Drive. This project will Improve pedestrian safety along this route from the Heatherwood apartment complex and the Heatherwood YMCA at 13528 North Creek Drive south to connect with existing sidewalk north of the Nature's Landing neighborhood and the Mill Creek Sports $ Park. This will also add pavement markings and/or signs to clarify use by both pedestrians and cyclists. This Proposed Work Item wlll lmprove pedestrian safety to reach the new sidewalk section built by the previous Proposed Work Item, Integrating the two projects Into a more general Improvement of the corridor.

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