LFP City Administrator report to Council

Monday, September 18, 2017

Pete Rose, Lake Forest Park City Administrator, brought the City Council up to date on recently completed maintenance projects in the City.

Street overlay project completed
Photo courtesy City of Lake Forest Park

The 2017 overlay project is complete. This year the City combined 2016, 2017 and 2018 overlay dollars to create the largest overlay in the history of the City. Public Works Superintendent Scott Walker and his team did a great job in coordinating with the citizens and assuring that we came in on budget. The contract for 2016 was delayed and was not completed during 2016. It was combined with this year’s overlay, but did honor the 2016 paving rate.

New drainage system NE 183rd and 28th NE

Public Works team members recently installed a new drainage system at NE 183rd Street and 28th Ave NE to better service the drainage needs of this area. The team coordinated with residents, as well as local utility companies,on the timing of the project.

City Hall light fixture cleaned and replaced
Photo courtesy City of Lake Forest Park

Public Works crew members cleaning and replacing light fixture on City Hall.

King County Traffic Division has completed the striping and thermoply for the crosswalks throughout the city.


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