Traffic Impacts: None currently. During construction expect delays with one-lane alternating traffic and intermittent closures. This site will be updated weekly for traffic impacts once construction starts.
This project will make two substantial improvements for stormwater in East Bremerton:
Olympic Manor Neighborhood – This neighborhood, in particular Dibb Street, Robin Street, and Eagle Avenue, experiences flooding caused by insufficient stormwater capacity in the system. The City seeks to correct the flooding issue by installing new and larger pipes to increase stormwater capacity in both Robin and Eagle. Along with these system improvements, the City will also complete needed improvements to the downstream outfall and inlet for Stephenson Creek where these pipes will connect to and make roadway improvements. These improvements consist of an asphalt overlay for Eagle, complete the missing sidewalk section on the east side of Robin, and curb ramp upgrades and improving the ADA accessibility for the neighborhood.
Pine Road Stormwater Outfall – Near the intersection of Lebo Boulevard and Sheridan Road, there is a failing outfall on the beach. The project will replace this outfall with a new one that will dissipate energy reducing beach erosion, remove concrete debris surrounding the existing, and greatly improve the beach environment.
Funding received – September 2018
Design started – December 2018
Permitting submitted – March 2021
Anticipated approval of permits – March 2022
Construction start – May 2022
Construction complete – June 2023
The stormwater portion of the project will be completed using a low interest (1.66%) Public Works Trust Fund Loan (PWTF) and be repaid over 20 years from the Stormwater Utility. The additional roadway improvements included into the project will be paid for by the Street Fund.
PWTF Total loan amount is $3,881,330 Street Fund amount is $600,000 Total Project amount is $4,481,330
Failing Pine Road Outfall and concrete debris on the beach.
Flooding from the November 2012 storm event.
Flooding from the November 2012 storm event, depth of water in the roadway exceeded 2 feet.