Goat Hill Drainage

  • Project typeStormwater mitigation
  • Project value$2,661,205
  • Project scheduleFall 2022 - Fall 2023
  • Contractor nameTo be determined

Map of the future Goat Hill Drainage project

The City of Kirkland is planning to begin design in late July on a $2.16 million stormwater improvement project that will replace storm pipes, culverts and catch basins. The project will also stabilize an eroding drainage ditch with a rip-rap culvert crossing along Northeast 117th Place.

This capital project is the second of two projects Kirkland planned to reduce flooding potential on Goat Hill.

The City plans to hire a team of consulting engineers in late July to design the project. Design will continue until early 2023, when the City plans to hire a contractor to implement the design. Construction will continue through summer and early fall of 2023.


Goat Hill, Juanita,  98034  View Map

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Update (Sept. 15, 2022) -- The design process begins in late September on a series of projects that will mitigate stormwater drainage challenges on Goat Hill. 

Kirkland's project engineers expect to be in construction in spring 2023.