Shaw Road: 23rd to Manorwood Drive Project
Representatives from Puget Sound Energy are visiting residences along the Shaw Road corridor to inform them of needed tree maintenance work. If no one is home when they stop by, they are leaving door hangers explaining the reason for their visit. PSE has evaluated trees along the corridor to determine which ones must be removed in the interest of avoiding outages that can result when vegetation grows into or too near power lines. The work will be done by an experienced crew from Asplundh Construction at no cost to any property owner. The crew will clean up the brush and leave any usable wood on the affected property
January 2017 Update:
There is nothing new at this time. Please check back next month for additional new updates.
December 2016 Update:
The Shaw Road Project is currently moving forward, with the City just having received the 90% plans for the project this week. As of todays' date, the current Right of Way totals include 68 parcels, with 21 having either allowed access or accepted an offer, and 47 parcels still out pending.
Bidding is still planned to begin March of 2017.
This project design is moving forward. Property discussions are underway for acquisitions.
To view the outcome from the Open House and Online survey, please see the links below:
This project involves the reconstruction of Shaw Road from 23rd Avenue SE to Manorwood Drive. This 4,000-foot long section of Shaw Road will be improved with assistance from a grant provided by the Washington State Transportation Improvement Board.
Preliminary design work included the development of design alternatives for which community input was sought. The design alternatives included 2 lanes of through traffic with a turning lane or landscaped median. Details differed on the design of the sidewalk and bicycle facilities.
Construction is planned to begin in 2016 and be completed in 2017. Information about the project was presented at an open house in June, and an online survey was made available.
Select the below links to view the project related material presented at the open house: