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Project update

June 29, 2021

Construction expected to begin in 2023

Due to slowdown in the permitting process, construction has been delayed. We now expect construction to begin in 2023.

Over the past year, King County worked to update the design of the sewer upgrade project to meet permitting requirements from the City of Redmond and several local, state, and federal agencies. Coordination with our partner agencies is necessary to make sure we install the new pipe in the safest way possible, limit impacts and maximize improvements for people and the environment.

We expect construction of the 4.5-mile-long project will take about three years. The entire sewer will not be under construction at once. Once we hire a contractor, we will share more detailed information about when the contractor expects to build each part of the sewer. Thank you for your continued patience.

The plan for trees

King County is committed to the environment, and construction projects are no exception. Learn more about the County’s commitment to trees in this fact sheet about the plan for trees along the future sewer route. Many plants and trees have grown up around the sewer pipe since it was installed 50 years ago. While the design team works to protect sensitive environments and trees, impacts can’t always be avoided. Our team is working with Tribes, local jurisdictions, and permitting agencies to protect the existing trees, minimize removals, and develop restoration plans.

The goal is a future tree canopy that is equal to or better than what exists today. Read more in The Plan for Trees fact sheet .

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Project description

The Lake Hills and NW Lake Sammamish sewer pipe has been serving Redmond and Bellevue for 50 years. The water you use travels down your drain to City sewer systems. The City’s pipes send wastewater to King County’s sewer system where it is carried to the Brightwater Treatment Facility in Woodinville for treatment.

King County is working on a project to upgrade 4.5 miles of this sewer pipe. King County will build the new pipe in trails, roads and parks in Redmond. This project is necessary to meet the needs of your growing community. Construction is expected to begin in 2023 and may impact your daily routine. When complete, the new pipe will provide sewer service for 50 years or more.

King County está trabajando en un proyecto para actualizar 4.5 millas de tubería de alcantarillado en su área. King County construirá la nueva tubería en senderos, caminos y parques en Redmond. Este proyecto es necesario para satisfacer las necesidades de su comunidad en crecimiento. La construcción puede afectar su rutina diaria. Se espera que la construcción comience en 2023. Cuando se complete, la nueva tubería proporcionará un servicio de alcantarillado por los próximos 50 años o más. Si tiene preguntas o inquietudes, comuníquese con Kelly Foley Kruse al 206-477-8621 . Se le puede proporcionar un intérprete sin costo para usted.
金郡目前在您的 区域进行一项4.5英里长的污水管道改良计划。此管道将沿着步道,路道及公园范围来建设。此污水管道工程是为了适应社区发展的需求。施工或许将暂时影响您的日常生活。此工程计划将于2023年起施工。工程完成之后新的管道将提供至少50年的污水运输服务。如果您有任何问题或顾虑,请拨打206-477-8621 与Kelly Foley Kruse联系,翻译员将免费为您服务。
Lake Hills 與 NW Sammamish 湖的污水管線已為 Redmond 及 Bellevue 服務 50 年。你使用的水會透過排水管進入城市的下水道系統。城市的管線會將污水送至金郡 (King County) 的污水系統中,接著被送往 Woodinville 的 Brightwater 處理廠 進行處理。 金郡 (King County) 目前正在開展一項專案,將此污水管線的其中 4.5 哩進行升級。金郡 (King county) 會將新的管線鋪在 Redmond 市中的步道、道路、公園下。這項專案對於滿足您正在成長的社區的需求是必須要素。工程預計會從 2023 年開始,並可能會影響您的每日通勤。在工程完成後,新管道將能再為污水系統服務 50 年或更長時間。如有疑問,請致電 206-477-8621 聯絡 Kelly Foley Kruse。您將獲派一位傳譯員免費為您服務。
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Contact us

Contact Kelly Foley Kruse at:

Kelly.FoleyKruse
@kingcounty.gov

206-477-8621

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