: The City of Kirkland begins upgrades this fall on three sections of aging water main in the Juanita neighborhood. The City will replace more than 2,000 linear feet of eight-inch concrete pipes beneath Northeast 113th Street, Northeast 112th Street and 104th Avenue Northeast with eight-inch ductile iron pipes, which are more flexible and durable than concrete.
After installation, the City will repave and patch the sections of street it affected by the water main upgrades.
The map on this page highlights the sections of water main Kirkland will be upgrading.
: Project engineers expect construction to begin in fall 2018 and to continue through spring 2019. The contractor will work between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday
WHAT TO EXPECT
: The contractor will provide access for local residents, mail delivery, garbage pick-up and emergency vehicles. The contractor’s ability to pave will rely directly on forecasted periods of dry weather. Rain and forecasted rain will delay the paving process
: Christian Knight, outreach, email@example.com
, (425) 587-3831; or, Patrick Herbig, project engineer, firstname.lastname@example.org
, (425) 587-3841.