Trees to be removed as part of Aurora project

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

3B Project map showing turns
The YMCA is at 192nd and Aurora
Firlands is the angle street
As part of the final phase of the Aurora Corridor Improvement Project, it will be necessary to remove some trees.

The first group of trees to be removed is along Firlands Way N by N 195th Street. The two streets will be realigned to create one access point on Aurora for both. Approximately 35 trees will need to be removed from along the current Firlands Way just north and south of where Firlands Way intersects with N 195th Street. The realignment of Firlands and N 195th will create a safer intersection for vehicles and pedestrians and provide room to install a sidewalk.

In addition, four trees on the west side of Aurora across from the Dale Turner Family Y will be removed to construct the sidewalk. Crews have placed Removal Notification placards on the trees to be removed.

This final phase of Aurora improvements will install 238 new trees between N 192nd and N 205th Streets, adding to the over 900 trees already planted by the Aurora project.

For more information about the Aurora Corridor Improvement Project visit the City webpage . If you have questions or comments, contact the Aurora Corridor hotline at 206-801-2485 or email


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