Division Street Pedestrian Hybrid Beacons (at Everett, Longfellow and Weile)

Project Number: 2021071

Status: Construction

Construction Start Date: April 15, 2024

Estimated Completion Date: June 21, 2024

Construction Estimate: $1,185,725.00

Contractor: Power City Electric

Project Description

The Division Street Pedestrian Hybrid Beacons project aims to enhance pedestrian safety and accessibility by installing crossing signals at three uncontrolled crosswalks on Division Street. These locations include Division/Longfellow, Division/Everett, and Division/Rhodes-Weile. The project will also make these areas more functional and accessible for cyclists using these streets as a through bike route. The scope of the project includes acquiring right-of-way for better bike connections, rebuilding or relocating refuge islands, and coordinating with WSDOT Eastern Region traffic for intersection plans and signal permits.

Project Map

Traffic Impact

Affected traffic routes will be announced prior to lane and road closures.

Note to Residents

If you have special access requirements for your property (such as business, medical, or disability), or general questions about this project, please contact the Construction Relations Manager or Contractor Public Representative. Additionally, if your property is in the city-owned path of construction and will be disturbed, you will receive a separate letter with more details prior to construction.

For everyone’s safety, please obey all traffic signs and check for traffic updates throughout the project.

Construction Zone Details

  • Planned Detours: No
  • Planned Lane Restrictions: Yes – Will be announced
  • Planned Road Closures: Yes – Local Traffic Only closures will be announced
  • Planned Utility Work: Yes

Contact Information

For questions or concerns regarding the construction work or the construction schedule, please contact the contractor’s public representative.

Contractor Public Representative
Gavin Heider, Project Manager
509.535.8500, ext. 1037

City Construction Relations Manager
Aaron Watts

City Project Manager - Design Phase
Richard Proszek

City Project Manager - Construction Phase
John Hogberg

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