The Delridge Natural Drainage System project is gearing up for construction. Join us at an informal drop-in session to: Hear construction updates and chat one-on-one with the project team, Review final designs and Meet the Resident Engineer.
Wednesday September 30th (6:00 pm – 7:30 pm)
Salvation Army (9050 -16th Avenue SW.)
Over the past few months, the Delridge Natural Drainage System (NDS) project team has finalized the project details and has been preparing for construction. The project includes the siting of natural drainage systems elements, including rain gardens, drainage conveyance and related components, the placement of street trees within the project area, as well as some sidewalk and ADA ramp improvements. Construction of the natural drainage system is scheduled to begin in fall 2015.
Construction for Seattle Department of Transportation’s Delridge Greenway Project is already underway. This project is working to provide a safe and comfortable north-south route in the neighborhood for bicyclists and pedestrians of all ages and abilities.
What can you expect during construction?
To learn about what you can expect during construction of the natural drainage systems and to learn more about the Delridge Greenway Project, join us at an informal drop-in session Wednesday September 30th (6:00 pm – 7:30 pm).
Can’t make it to the drop-in session but want to know more?
SPU is happy to answer questions and provide any information you need to be informed about this project and its impacts to you and your neighborhood.
For questions or comments on this project, contact:
West Seattle, Washington