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Phase 1 - Town Center Infrastructure Improvement Project


Phase 1 of the Downtown Infrastructure and Improvement Project was completed in October 2010. It was one of a four-phase major infrastructure project to meet current infrastructure standards and revitalize downtown Snoqualmie.

Infrastructure Elements

• Replacement of water and sanitary sewer lines
• Replacement of storm water pipes
• Undergrounding of utilities (electric, cable, and phone lines)
• Removal of utility poles
• Reconfiguration of parking and curbs along portions of Falls Avenue SE
• Repaving of roadways
• New overlay on Railroad Avenue SE (SR 202)
• Addition of curb bulbs at intersections
• Reconstruction of sidewalks and widening of sidewalks on Railroad Ave SE
• Installation of roadway street and pedestrian lights (LED)

Design Elements

• Textured and decorative sidewalks paving
• Street trees 
• Decorative tree grates
• Accent landscape planters
• Pedestrian seating
• Historic character pedestrian-scaled sidewalk lighting (LED)
• Garbage (black) and recycle (blue) receptacles
• Custom street name signs
• Bike racks
• SculptureS

Project Funding

In 2007, the City of Snoqualmie was awarded $1.4 million for infrastructure improvements to support economic development by the Economic Development Administration (EDA) within the U.S. Department of Commerce. When combined with matching dollars provided by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), a city utility revenue bond, and other city funds, $3.2 million has been secured for the project.
 

Photographs - Before and After


To be posted.

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