Share your thoughts: July 26 - August 9
Thank you for providing feedback on the newest Edmonds Waterfront Connector design alternatives! The feedback period is now closed, but you can still submit comments in the General Comments tab of this website.
What happens with the provided feedback?
We will use your feedback, along with feedback from our Advisory Task Force and the technical design charrette group, to recommend a preferred alternative to City Council. The preferred alternative is planned to be fully designed by 2020.
In 2016, you helped us to complete the Waterfront At-Grade Crossings Alternatives Analysis. This effort began the City’s process to design the Edmonds Street Waterfront Connector, a single-lane overpass that will connect pedestrians, bicyclists and emergency vehicles from Edmonds Street to the waterfront and Brackett’s Landing North parking lot.
The Connector will be a long-term solution to street-level railroad crossing conflicts allowing emergency vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists safe and direct access to the waterfront.
We want to hear from you!
Throughout the project, this website will be updated with new questions and opportunities for feedback. We will notify the community of these opportunities.
Between July 26 and August 9, the City hosted a community meeting, neighborhood drop-in sessions and an online open house to gather feedback from the community. The team received input on the various elements of two design alternatives.
If you have comments or questions, please fill out the comment form on the General Comments tab or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to use this website
- Visit each page listed above to learn more about the Edmonds Connector.
- Click on the “next” button or select any tab at the top of the page to move around the project website.
- Take notes using the space at the bottom of the page. Any notes that you take will move with you as you navigate from page to page. Submit your comments on the General Comments page.
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You can also read the City's Waterfront At-Grade Crossings Alternatives Analysis reports to learn more about how the Edmonds Waterfront Connector project was selected.