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2014 Projects
East Fir Street Pedestrian Improvements
The new ADA Ramp at the corner of Dunlap and East Fir Avenue
In 2013 the City of Sequim designated East Fir Street as part of the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT). As part of this designation, the city is bringing the sidewalk ramps into ADA compliance on East Fir Street (between N. Sequim Avenue and North Blake Avenue).The work for this project is now completed.

2014 Pavement Preservation Project
The repaved West Sequim Bay Road between E. Washington and Rhodefer.
The City of Sequim will rehabilitate selected sections of City streets. Rehabilitation includes subgrade repair, pavement overlay and street reconstruction. Subgrade repair is selected areas of damaged pavement that will be dug up and replaced with rock and asphalt. The following streets have been selected for subgrade repair:
• South 7th Avenue
• West Hendrickson Road
• South Priest Avenue
• East Miller Road
• Spyglass Lane
• Elk Loop
• North Dunlap Avenue
• South Still Road
• Dungeness Way
Pavement overlay will be on West Sequim Bay Road (between East Washington and Rhodefer Road) and street reconstruction (only the travel lanes) will be on West Hemlock, between South 3rd Avenue and South 4th Avenue and Brackett Road, between W. Washington and N. 9th. The work for this project is now completed.

2014 Water and Sewer Improvements
Corner of S. Sunnyside and E. Maple
The City of Sequim is replacing the water main, rehabilitating the pavement, and bringing sidewalk ramps into ADA compliance for the following streets, all between South Sequim Avenue and South Sunnyside Avenue (except for South Sunnyside):
• East Bell Street
• East Maple Street
• East Prairie Street
• South Sunnyside Avenue, between East Maple Street and East Prairie Street
This project is currently in construction.

Stormwater Master Plan
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Intersection of S. Sunnyside and E. Maple
The City of Sequim has elected to develop its first Master Plan for stormwater management in 2014-15. The City’s Comprehensive Plan (and the Sequim 120 process) provides policy guidance on stormwater management with regard to protection of property, the environment, and water resources in general. The Municipal Code provides a regulatory framework for new development and regular inspection of facilities. From these fundamental elements, as well as the now-complete Stormwater Management Needs Assessment, a Master Plan will be prepared with the assistance of an engineering consultant. The Plan will cover all capital and operational activities of a stormwater management program to meet the City’s objectives and requirements in the areas of compliance, pollution prevention, and planning ahead for growth. The City will be actively encouraging public input and involvement during the planning process through early 2015.

The Needs Assessment report is linked from the following webpage: