Current projects and updates
Basin 3 sewer rehabilitation -
The City of Shelton Basin 3 Sewer Rehabilitation Project will rehabilitate or
replace deteriorated and obstructed sanitary sewer collection system to reduce
Inflow/Infiltration issues and improve the City’s wastewater management. Construction is expected to start around March 2018.
Basin 3 Bid Tabulation
Downtown Connector Project-
This project will span from Alder and 1st Street to Olympic Hwy North and C Street. The project will address improvements to the roadway while providing a streetscape that promotes walkability and multi-modal transportation. Construction is expected to start Spring 2018.
October 25, 2017 Public Meeting Slideshow
January 24, 2018 Public Meeting Slideshow 1st & Alder Crash Data from August 1995-January 2018
TURNER AVENEUE PROJECT-
The Turner Avenue Revitalization Project features a series of upgrades to the stormwater system, including new storm lines and storm structures to improve runoff management and prevent unwanted and costly erosion problems, and the complete resurfacing of the roadway between E Angleside Road and S 16th Street. Phase one of the project, which addresses the current stormwater system issues, is scheduled for completion between February 20th and March 31st. Phase two, resurfacing the roadway, will begin immediately following the completion of the stormwater system upgrades.
There will be periodic road closures on various sections of Turner Avenue throughout the duration of the project. All closures will be on week days sometime between the hours of 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Signs will be on display designating the work areas and rerouting traffic around the closures. Local access will be allowed. Water and sewer utilities will not be affected.
The $300,000 Turner Avenue Revitalization Project is being 9o% funded through a Transportation Improvement Board Arterial Preservation Grant – awarded to the City of Shelton last November. The remaining 10% will be paid with the City’s Transportation Benefit District, Stormwater Utility, and Transportation Impact Fee funds.
Small Works & Professional Services Roster
MRSC Rosters – Shared Small Works and Consultant Rosters
Municipal Research and Services Center (MRSC) Rosters is a shared statewide small public works and consultant roster database for Washington State counties, cities, school districts, fire districts, water & sewer districts, health districts, parks & recreation districts, transit districts, irrigation districts, library districts, port districts, public facility districts, public utility districts, housing districts, and other authorized special districts to use small works and consultant rosters.
Public agencies join MRSC Rosters for a nominal annual membership fee because it allows them to cost-effectively and efficiently utilize the roster process as an alternative to advertising for each project. MRSC maintains the rosters, posts the required legal notice on behalf of all participating public agencies, provides customer service and ensures that rosters meet minimum requirements.The MRSC mission is "working together for excellence in local government through professional consultation, research and information services". More information on MRSC can be found at www.mrsc.org.