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Being a good neighbor

King County is committed to being a good neighbor and will work directly with the community throughout the project to minimize construction impacts whenever possible. Residents can expect:

  • Advance notice of construction activities – mail, email, phone, door hangers
  • One-on-one problem solving with residents directly impacted by construction activities
  • Construction updates and news via notices, emails, and this website.

operations phase

24-hour emergency and odor reporting:

Contact West Point Treatment Plant at  206-263-3801.

Community meetings and events

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January 11, 2014
10 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
North Beach Elementary School
9018 24th Avenue Northwest, Seattle

Preconstruction open house. Drop in anytime between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Join us to meet Stellar J representatives and King County’s construction management team and learn about construction activities. Kids can have fun in the “kids construction zone” and become a “drain ranger” learning how to protect the sewers, streams and Puget Sound at North Beach.

Handouts/presentations and additional information

September 29, 2012
10 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
North Beach Pump Station

Community event. You will want to attend the event if you’re interested in:

  • An update on the landscape and architecture design and how community input contributed to the design
  • New information about the storage facility design
  • More detail on the construction of the new CSO control facility
  • Tours of the underground pump station (first come, first served for these very popular tours!)
  • Information about the evaluation of the North Beach outfalls and force main

Handouts/presentations and additional information

June 11, 2012
7–8 p.m.
Blue Ridge Clubhouse,
10040 15th Avenue Northwest, Seattle 

Community meeting. King County's North Beach Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Control Project team invites you to a meeting hosted by the Blue Ridge Board. All interested community members are invited to attend.

At this meeting, you can:

  • Review architectural and landscape concepts for the restored North Beach Pump Station site
  • Learn about elements being considered in the street improvement process, including lighting, road reconfiguration, and green stormwater infrastructure
  • Hear about options for construction staging areas
  • Ask questions and provide feedback about the architectural and landscape concepts

Handouts/presentations and additional information

May 12, 2012
10 a.m.–12:30 p.m
Carkeek Park Environmental Learning Center
950 NW Carkeek Park Road, Seattle

Design workshop. King County invites the North Beach community to attend a design workshop on May 12. The purpose of the workshop is to update the community and project stakeholders on the North Beach CSO Control Project and to provide them with an opportunity to give input on landscaping and architectural design details. Information gained from the community will help inform the site look and feel.

Handouts/presentations and additional information

January 25, 2012
6:30 –8 p.m.
North Beach Elementary School cafeteria
9018 24th Avenue Northwest, Seattle

Community meeting. King County’s project team invites you to hear an update on design of the new CSO control facility at North Beach: 

  • Results from recent field investigations
  • Location and configuration of the odor control/electrical facility and underground storage pipe
  • How community input informed preliminary design
  • Next steps and opportunities to participate

Handouts/presentations and additional information

Saturday, August 6, 2011
11 a.m.–2 p.m.
King County North Beach Pump Station
9921 Triton Drive Northwest, Seattle

Community meeting. Meet the North Beach CSO Control Project design team and take a pump station tour.

Handouts/presentations and additional information