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Asotin, 45th and Cushman Improvements

Asotin, 45th and Cushman Improvements

Overview

The Asotin, 45th and Cushman Road and Utility Improvement project is intended to reduce the quantity of stormwater entering Wapato Lake and the Flett Creek Watershed.  The City of Tacoma Environmental Services Department received a grant from the Washington State Department of Ecology to replace Asotin Street from South 42nd Street to South 48th Street with green infrastructure.

This new street will be constructed with permeable pavement that will allow the rainwater falling on the street to soak into the ground.  This project is designed to reduce the quantity and improve the quality of water entering Wapato Lake and the Flett Creek Watershed.

Environmental Services and Tacoma Water will also replace storm sewer pipe and extend the water main in various locations.  This will require roadway improvements on half of South 45th Street from Asotin Street to Cushman Avenue and on Cushman Avenue from 44th Street to 46th Street.

Public Meeting on Wednesday February 4, 2014

Meet the contractor and find out more information on construction details and scheduling.

Wednesday, February 4, 2014
6 PM
Fire Station 8
4911 South Alaska Street

South Asotin Street, South 45th Street and Cushman Avenue Improvements

Schematic Plan

South Asotin Street Improvements by Block

South 42nd Street to South 43rd Street
South 43rd Street to South 44th Street
South 44th Street to South 45th Street
South 45th Street to South 46th Street
South 46th Street to South 47th Street
South 47th Street to South 48th Street

Funding


Source  Amount
Department of Ecology Grant $710,000
Environmental Services Surface Water $760,000
Tacoma Water $133,000
Total $1,603,000

 

Schedule


Task                                 Estimated Start Date Estimated End Date
Design November 2013 June 2014
Advertise and Award September 2014 September 2014
Construction February 2015 July 2015

 

Questions

The City of Tacoma is managing the project. Contact City Project Manager Jessica Knickerbocker with questions or concerns at (253) 502-2119 or by email.