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File #: RES 15-010    Version: 1 Name: Resolution No. 15-010 - Everett St. Parking Restriction
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/25/2015 In control: CITY COUNCIL REGULAR
On agenda: 4/6/2015 Final action: 4/6/2015
Title: Resolution No. 15-010 Prohibiting Parking Along Either Side of State Route (SR) 500 / NE Everett Street Between NE 14th Avenue and NE 22nd Avenue; and Allowing Parking on a Portion of NE 15th Avenue for SR-500 Safety Improvements Details: The prohibition of parking on Everett Street provides the means for Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) to complete their SR-500 Safety Improvements Project. The project consists of re-striping the roadway with one through lane in each direction, the addition of a bicycle lane in both directions and a center two-way left turn lane. The resolution also lifts parking restrictions on NE 15th Avenue near the southeast corner of Crown Park to offset the displacement of Everett Street parking for playground usage. Presenter: James Carothers, Engineering Manager
Attachments: 1. RES 15-010 Prohiting Parking Along Either Side of SR500 NE Everett St Between NE 14th and NE 22nd, 2. Everett Street Parking Map
Related files: AI 15-141
Title
Resolution No. 15-010 Prohibiting Parking Along Either Side of State Route (SR) 500 / NE Everett Street Between NE 14th Avenue and NE 22nd Avenue; and Allowing Parking on a Portion of NE 15th Avenue for SR-500 Safety Improvements
Details:  The prohibition of parking on Everett Street provides the means for Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) to complete their SR-500 Safety Improvements Project. The project consists of re-striping the roadway with one through lane in each direction, the addition of a bicycle lane in both directions and a center two-way left turn lane. The resolution also lifts parking restrictions on NE 15th Avenue near the southeast corner of Crown Park to offset the displacement of Everett Street parking for playground usage.
Presenter:  James Carothers, Engineering Manager
Recommended Action
Recommended Action:  Staff recommends Council move to adopt Resolution No. 15-010