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Project update

June 7, 2017

Please join us on Sunday, June 18 to celebrate the completion of the Fremont Siphon Replacement Project!

170618_Postcard-imageView postcard and news release.

SAVE THE DATE!
Community celebration and ribbon cutting
Sunday, June 18, 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Fremont Siphon Odor Control Facility
215 Northwest 36th Street

During the Fremont Fair, bring your friends and family by the north project site to: 

  • Take a tour of the building and rain gardens
  • See and learn about project art
  • Speak with project staff

King County is happy to announce that the Fremont Siphon Replacement Project contractor finished major construction activities on May 19 – right on schedule. View project update .  

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operations phase

Contact us

Contact Doug Marsano at:

 doug.marsano
@kingcounty.gov

 206-477-5549
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See how public art at KCWTD facilities connects community to our system and the environment.

In July 2016, a remote-controlled microtunnel boring machine completed two tunnels underneath the Lake Washington Ship Canal as part of a King County Fremont Siphon Replacement Project. Watch as the 26-foot-long, 7-foot-wide machine is hoisted from its exit pit in Fremont.

Project description

King County is replacing the Fremont Siphon, a major sewer pipe running under the Ship Canal between Fremont and Queen Anne. The new siphon will be located west of the existing siphon to reduce project risks and impacts to the community. Construction begins in early 2015 and will continue until early 2017. The old siphon will be decommissioned.

Project schedule

Project schedule

Project location

Fremont Siphon

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Fremont Siphon service area

Building the Fremont Siphon Tunnel, 1913. Photo provided by Seattle Municipal Archives  .