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E. 64th Street Improvements

About the Project

This project will improve East 64th Street from Pacific Avenue to the eastern City limits near Pipeline Trail.  The project consists of grinding and replacing the road, adding protected bike lanes, replacing sidewalks and curb ramps to meet current ADA standards, and upgrading the stormwater drainage and illumination systems.  Parallel parking will be added where applicable.

 

The project will be completed in three phases. Phase 1 extends from Pacific Avenue to McKinley Avenue, Phase 2 extends from McKinley Avenue to Portland Avenue and Phase 3 extends from Portland Avenue to the eastern City limits.  

 

View the East 64th Street Project Area and Phasing Map.

 

Three Design Options for Project 

Three conceptual design options have been developed for the corridor.  One of these three design options, or a modified option, will be selected for the East 64th Street project.  Descriptions of the three options and links to the cross-sections are provided below.

 

Option 1 - Protected bicycle lane with landscaped buffer, seven-foot sidewalks, general purpose lanes

Option 2 - Protected bicycle lane with three-foot striped buffer, seven-foot sidewalks, general purpose lanes

Option 3 - Protected Cycle Track with landscaped buffer, seven-foot sidewalks, general purpose lanes

 

Public Involvement

Be Informed, Get Involved!

 

A Public Open House was held on July 20, 2017 from 5 PM to 6:30 PM at the Good Hope Community Church located at 614 East 64th Street.  Project phasing and design options with potential improvements to East 64th Street were presented. The intent of the Open House was to collect stakeholder input and feedback on the design options.  We had excellent attendance and collected some very helpful comments.

 

Additional Public Open Houses will be held as the project moves forward. Please check this website for announcements regarding those dates and times.

 

Take a Brief Survey to Share Your Comments

If you were not able to attend the Open House but would like to provide comments, please provide your comments in English or Spanish by completing the following survey forms:

 

Survey (English)

Survey (Spanish)

 

The City’s project team will present the design options to the Bicycle and Pedestrian Technical Advisory Group (BPTAG) on Monday, July 24, 2017.

 

Project Budget

$850,000 from the Streets Initiative Fund

  • Survey of the entire project length.
  • Design of Phase 1 from Pacific Avenue to McKinley Avenue.

Future Phases - Unfunded
Currently seeking grant funds for construction of Phase 1.

 

Schedule

Design of Phase 1 is expected to be complete by year end 2018.

Phase 2 and Phase 3 schedule to be determined.

 

Questions and Comments 

Please contact City Project Manager, Said Seddiki at (253) 591-5204 or by email with questions, concerns, or comments. You are also invited to contact Said to get email updates on public meetings, events and notices.