6th Street Naval Ave to Warren Ave Pavement Preservation (Phase III)

Project Update (May 31, 2023)

The City, through a public and competitive process, has selected Parametrix Inc. to perform engineering and design services for the 6th St Pavement Preservation Phase III Project. The contract amount is $426,237.00.

The City have mailed notices to property owners along the corridor twice (10/24/22 and 4/10/23) requesting coordination of property development and notifying them of upcoming construction in 2024.

Project Status 

The City has been offered a United States Surface Transportation Program (STP) Grant through the Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) to construct a grind and overlay of 6th Street between Naval Avenue and Warrent Avenue. The grant amount is $1,772,838 and requires a City match of $397,162. The project also includes reconstruction of non-compliant ADA curb ramps and signal replacement. Total project cost is $2,170,000. Total City cost is $397,162. 

Project Overview

Pavement preservation of 6th Street between Naval Avenue and Warren Avenue. The grant funded work includes grinding and overlay, pavement markings, signs, and other street related improvements. The project includes upgrading non-compliant ADA ramps within the project area and replacement of a traffic signal at Veneta Avenue.

Total estimated cost = $2,170,000.00

STP Grant = $1,772,838

City Match = $397,162


Design: 2022-2023
Bid Advertisement: 1st Quarter 2024
Construction: 2nd Quarter 2024 

Contact Us

  1. Chris Dimmitt
    Project Engineer
    Ph: 360-473-2307

6th St Phase III