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Thank you for participating in the Neighborhood Enhancement Program! In July and August 2010, you joined in the process of selecting your highest priority neighborhood project to receive Neighborhood Enhancement Program (NEP) funds. Now you will see the results of your efforts.

Factoria residents identified a total of over $220,000 worth of eligible projects, for which $120,000 is available. In order to prioritize these proposals, ballots were mailed to all households in the Factoria NEP area.

Residents who voted will receive an Action Plan in the mail this month. It contains the list of those proposed projects that were selected for funding as a result of the votes, as well as items that did not receive enough votes to be considered for funding. The voting results, project descriptions, cost estimates, and contact information for project managers are listed for the funded projects. A map showing the locations of the projects is also included.

The economic downturn has had a major impact on our community. Like many other agencies and organizations across the country, we are facing a challenging budget cycle with very limited revenues. The City’s goal has been and always will be to continue to provide high quality programs and services, while minimizing impacts on neighborhoods.

The City is in the process of identifying priorities and building a new service delivery model under the current budget situation. NEP, along with all other city programs and services, is being reviewed and evaluated. Therefore, this could affect our ability to complete NEP projects. We will implement projects as budget allows.

This cycle of Factoria NEP has brought many neighbors together. The Factoria community has shown tremendous community spirit throughout the whole process. The program can’t succeed without your participation and support. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this challenging economic climate.


FT-10-A Landscaping along Newport Way near 133rd Ave. SE
Landscape approximately 4,000 square feet of streetscape along the north side of Newport Way at 133rd Avenue Southeast with attractive shrubs and ground cover. An existing irrigation system will be extended and improved. Plant selection and design will take into consideration attractiveness, pedestrian safety, wildlife and water conservation. Estimated cost: $44,000 Project Manager: Melissa Brown 425-452-4100  MLBrown@bellevuewa.gov

FT-10-B Sidewalk on 130th Ave. SE, SE 45th Ln to SE 45th Pl.
Install a five-foot wide concrete sidewalk, curb and gutter on the east side of 130th Avenue Southeast, from Southeast 45th Lane to Southeast 45th Place.  Parking will be restricted on east side of roadway. Estimated cost: *$76,000,000 Project Manager: Vangie Garcia 425-452-6103  VGarcia@bellevuewa.gov

*The total estimated project cost is actually approximately $150,000. NEP funds will be supplemented with funds from the Pedestrian Access Program.

The following items did not receive enough votes to be considered in this cycle’s NEP funding:

None of the above - fund no projects in Factoria (Ballot No. FT-4, 46 votes)

Sidewalk on SE 45th Pl /122nd Ave SE (Ballot No. FT-2, 33 votes)



Contact Information

Neighborhood Outreach
450 110th Ave NE
P.O. Box 90012
Bellevue, WA 98009
Contact: Ying Carlson
Phone: 425-452-4342
E-mail: ycarlson@bellevuewa.gov

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