Thank you to Crossroads residents for your participation in the Neighborhood Enhancement Program.

Three new capital improvement projects will be funded from the $439,000 Crossroads allotted budget, thanks to the 383 ballots that were returned.

NE Eighth St. Tree Replacement

Missing or dying flowering pear trees will be replaced on Northeast Eighth Street between 136th and 164th avenues. This project will use a phased approach of tree replacement over the course of a few years, using a mixture of attractive street trees known to thrive in our area. New irrigation systems will be installed to replace the current older system. Estimated project completion: Fall 2023

Project Manager: Merryn Hearn (425-452-4100);

148th Ave NE Beautification

Beautification on both sides of of 148th Avenue Northeast, between Northeast Eighth Street and Bel-Red Road. This project would focus on improvements to the areas adjacent to the street, between the curb and the sidewalk, by removing degraded, water-inefficient grass, improving soil conditions and designing and installing plant combinations. Plants would be chosen for their attractiveness, low maintenance and reduced water use. Estimated project completion: Fall 2023.

Project Manager: Kat Phillips;

Streetlight at 140th Ave NE and NE 14th St

This project will install a new Puget Sound Energy-owned and maintained LED streetlight on the Southeast corner of 140th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 14th Street over the crosswalk. Ongoing electricity costs will be paid for by the city. Estimated project completion: Spring 2022.

Project Manager: Max Scheideman (425-452-6141);

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January 2020 - September 2020