The SE 4th Street Improvement Project is a critical component to support the City's Town Center plan. It will develop SE 4th St between 218th Ave SE and 228th Ave SE into a multi-modal corridor to meet concurrency requirements and provide increased opportunity for access and development within the core mixed-use area.
The existing road consists of two travel lanes with narrow shoulders and no sidewalk. The proposed road will be developed to include two travel lanes, a center turn lane or median, bike lanes, planter strips and sidewalk. This project will also coordinate the installation of upgraded Sammamish Plateau Water and Sewer District utilities with the roadway construction.
Project Exhibit - SE 4th Street - 218th to 228th - Roll Plot
The preliminary project estimate is $13,250,000. This includes cost for construction, engineering, and right-of-way. Cost to underground overhead utilities has not yet been determined.
*In August of 2015, the City applied for a Transportation Improvement Board (TIB), Urban Arterial Program Grant to assist with funding this project. TIB selected this project for funding November 2015. As part of the grant requirement, funding for the project must be certified by November 20, 2016, and construction is expected to begin in 2017 or sooner. SE 4th 2015 TIB UAP Application.pdf
November 2016 Project Update
Project design is at 60 percent complete and has begun the right-of-way acquisition and environmental permitting processes. The following file is a copy of the draft Right-of-Way plans.
Agenda Bill - Agenda Bill 060716 SE 4th St Design Update.pdf
Exhibit 1 - Median Option Configuration
Exhibit 2 - Turn Lane Option Configuration
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March 2, 2016 - The project design team is working through responses to both written and oral comments received during and after the open house meeting on January 28th. On February 9thth, staff briefed City Council on the project and on February 11th briefed the Transportation Committee on the project. (A copy of the PowerPoint presentation can be seen in the Resources section at the bottom of this webpage.) Staff is currently in the process of responding to these comments.
January 13, 2016 - the 30% plans have been developed. A pdf copy of the plan set can be downloaded by clicking on the hyperlink text below.
SE 4th St 30pct Plans Part 1 of 2
SE 4th St 30pct Plans Part 2 of 2
Sammamish Plateau Water is planning to install sanitary sewer along SE 4th St as part of this road improvement project. The proposed sewer extending to the north and south will be built separately as development occurs. A conceptual sewer plan has been developed by SPW. For additional information regarding the water and sanitary sewer utilities, please email SPW's project manager, Jackson Dove (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call him at (425) 392-6256.
Request for QualificationsDesign Contract AwardPreliminary Engineering Design Engineering Design Environmental Documentation and Permitting Right-of-way Acquisition
2nd Project Open House - June 22, 2016 at City Hall Council Chambers (801 228th Ave SE) from 6 to 8 PM.
The main purpose of the meeting is to provide an update on the project and request feedback on the roadway cross section that will be constructed from 218th Ave SE to the west limit of the Town Center (approximately 222nd Ave SE). Option 1 - Center Median.pdfOption 2 - TWLTL.pdfOption 3 - Hybrid.pdfMeeting 2 Misc Exhibits.pdf 1st Project Open House - January 28, 2016 at Pine Lake Middle School from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. It will be in the Commons room, right across from the main office. PLMS Address: 3200 228th Ave SE, Sammamish, WA 98075 Below are the exhibits that were shown at the January 28th meeting. SE 4th St - Project Goals.pdf SE 4th St - Project Schedule.pdf SE 4th Street - 218th to 228th - Roadway and Typical Sections.pdf SE 4th St - Mini-roundabout vs Traffic Circle.pdf SE 4th - AutoTurn @ 220th.pdf SE 4th St - Planting Options.pdf SE 4th Town Center Conceptual Sewer.pdf The following file is a compilation of the written public comments that were submitted for the January 28th Open House - 160128 Public Comments.pdf If you would like to make additional comments regarding this project. Please click on the Comment Tab in the left menu.