The above map shows the location of the Pleasant Bay Apartments stormwater system project.
UPDATES & INFORMATION
Update (March 6, 2019)
-- Construction begins March 11 on a stormwater project that will replace the 12-inch, root-choked concrete pipe with 18-inch PVC and ductile iron pipes.
Construction will last two months and will be disruptive, at times.
CONTACT: Christian Knight, outreach, email@example.com, (425) 587-3831; or, Patrick Herbig, project engineer, firstname.lastname@example.org, (425) 587-3841.
: Starting March 11, a City of Kirkland contractor will be replacing a 750-foot section of root-choked, eight-inch concrete stormwater pipe with a 18-inch PVC pipe. To complete the project, contracted crews from Pacific Sitework will replace a 15-foot section of concrete water pipe with a ductile iron pipe.
: The project will increase the stormwater system’s capacity.
: Construction begins March 11 and will continue through May. Crews will be working eight hours a day between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. in the Pleasant Bay Apartments complex and between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Lake Washington Boulevard.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Water will be unavailable to the Pleasant Bay Apartments for a work-day while contracted crews connect the new system to adjacent homes and buildings. The City of Kirkland will notify residents of the apartment complex 48 hours before the water outage occurs.
Flaggers will direct traffic on Lake Washington Boulevard while contracted workers connects the new storm system.
The contractor will ensure access for local residents, mail delivery, garbage pick-up and emergency vehicles.