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File #: AM No. 20-147   
Type: Consent Item Status: Passed
File created: 10/28/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 11/17/2020 Final action: 11/17/2020
Title: Acceptance of Washington Department of Ecology SFAP Grant in the Amount of $3,592,500 for the NE 40th Stormwater Treatment Retrofit Project, No. 20021607
Attachments: 1. Agenda Memo, 2. Attachment A: Grant Agreement, 3. Attachment B: Project maps
TO: Members of the City Council
FROM: Mayor Angela Birney
DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR CONTACT(S):
Public Works
Dave Juarez
425-556-2733

DEPARTMENT STAFF:
Public Works
Steve Hitch
EUSD Engineering Supervisor
Public Works
Roger Dane
EUSD Environmental Scientist
Public Works
Rob Crittenden
Construction Project Manager


TITLE:
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Acceptance of Washington Department of Ecology SFAP Grant in the Amount of $3,592,500 for the NE 40th Stormwater Treatment Retrofit Project, No. 20021607

OVERVIEW STATEMENT:
recommendation
City staff and the engineering consultant, OTAK, are beginning the final design for the NE 40th Street Stormwater Treatment Retrofit to keep the project on schedule for 2021 construction. The Department of Ecology grant, in combination with funding from a King County WaterWorks grant and the Microsoft Community Facilities District (CFD), will be used to fund the final design and the construction of this project.

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? Additional Background Information/Description of Proposal Attached


REQUESTED ACTION:

? Receive Information ? Provide Direction ? Approve


REQUEST RATIONALE:

* Relevant Plans/Policies:
Stormwater CIP
* Required:
N/A
* Council Request:
N/A
* Other Key Facts:
Per the City Purchasing Policies and Procedures, the Council provides authorization for the Mayor or designee to sign grant agreements


OUTCOMES:
The Stormwater Treatment Retrofit will treat stormwater from SR 520 and NE 40th Street before it enters the new NE 40th Street Stormwater Trunk (completed in 2017). High traffic volumes and minimal existing treatment result in the contributing basin having some of the heaviest pollution levels that drain to Lake Sammamish within the City limits. The proposed facility will provide enhanced treatment, phosphorous control and oil control, resulting in substantial improvement to water quality in stormwater draining to Lake Sammamish and Villa Marina Creek.


COMMUNITY/STAKEHOLDER OUTREACH AND INVOLVEMENT:

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