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Goat Hill Stormwater


Kirkland’s contractor began work July 22 to improve the way stormwater flows from Goat Hill. Grade, Inc. will work through September. 


WHAT: Kirkland’s Goat Hill Stormwater Improvements contractor on July 22 begins installing a new stormwater system consisting of pipes, catch-basins and an outfall from which stormwater will flow into Lake Washington. 
The new system is part of a two-phase plan to reduce stream bank erosion, protect stream-habitat for wildlife and public infrastructure, such as roadway edges. The second phase will improve stormwater conveyance in the Goat Hill area. 

Grade, Inc., will move construction equipment to Juanita Drive starting July 22. By the end of September, the contractor will be restoring Juanita Beach Park’s landscaping and removing its equipment from the site. The contractor will work eight hours a day, between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. 

The contractor will, at times, close a lane of traffic along Juanita Drive between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.  
Goat Hill residents should expect periods of construction-related noise and short periods of interrupted traffic-flow. 
The contractor will maintain access for local residents, mail delivery, garbage pick-up and emergency responders.

January - April 2019: Staff and consulting engineers design stormwater improvements
July - September: Grade inc., builds new stormwater system

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