Capital Improvement Projects

The Capital Project map identifies the location of projects that the city plans to improve. The information will provide the public with information as to where the project is in the process.

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  1. Max Phan

    City Engineer

    Public Works Engineering

    80 Columbia Avenue
    Marysville, WA 98270

    Phone: 360-363-8100
    Fax: 360-363-8284


    7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

  1. Current City Projects
  2. Completed City Projects
  3. Future City Projects
  4. Other agency projects

State Avenue Corridor Widening from 100th St NE to 104th Pl NE 

The State Avenue corridor between 100th St. NE and 104th Pl. NE will be widened from 3-lanes to 5-lanes.  Along with widening, the project proposes replace the existing culvert at Quil Ceda Creek with a short-span bridge.  The project will include curb, gutter and sidewalk as well as street lighting to improve traffic and pedestrian safety along the corridor.  The project was awarded a $5M grant from the Transportation Improvement Board in 2018.  Construction is anticipated to be complete by the end of 2021.    

Centennial Trail Connector

The City is currently working on the design of the extension of the Bayview Trail near 84th St NE north to connect with the Centennial Trail at the intersection of State Route 9. The City received $1.1M in grant funding for the project. Construction is expected to be complete in 2021.

2019 Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)

The City has awarded the contract for the 2019 HSIP projects to Colacurcio Brothers, Inc. to make the following improvements:

  • Installation of high friction surface treatments and speed radar warning signs on Smokey Point Blvd., north of 140th St NE.
  • Installation of pedestrian-activated rapid flashing beacons, new sidewalk and upgrade of ADA curb ramps at the intersection of 100th St NE and 59th Dr. NE.
  • Signal modifications on 64th St NE (SR 528) at the intersections of 60th Dr. NE and 67th Ave NE to provide for left turn and one right turn flashing yellow arrow.
  • Installation of speed radar warning system at 64th St NE (SR 528) west of 65th Dr NE.
  • Installation of new advanced westbound signalized approach beacons and signage on 64th St NE (SR 528) east of 68th Ave NE, to warn drivers approaching the intersection of 67th Ave NE to "be prepared to stop when flashing".

The work on these projects is expected to begin in early May and conclude by late 2021.

State Avenue from 3rd to 80th (HSIP project)

The City has awarded the contract to Colacurcio Brothers, Inc. to install pedestrian signal improvements at four intersections, a new signal at one intersection, application of skid resistant coating on existing utility covers, and replace curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, and ADA ramps on State Avenue from 3rd St to 80th St NE. The project will also include pavement repairs, hydrant relocation, and minor landscaping and property restoration in some areas. The project is expected to  be complete in late 2021.

Cedar Avenue LID and Roadway Improvements

The project will construct Low Impact Development (LID) stormwater improvements on Cedar Avenue from 1st Street to 4th Street. The project also includes a permeable paver parking strip on the east side of Cedar Avenue, just south of 4th Street. These improvements are designed to take the stormwater that is currently directly discharging to Ebey Slough offline and provide water quality treatment and infiltration. Decorative pedestrian lighting, stamped pigmented pedestrian cross walks, ADA compliant pedestrian ramps, two Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (located at 3rd and Cedar Avenue), landscaping improvements, revised channelization and a fiber conduit for future connection to the Opera House will also be installed.

Construction of this project is funded in large part by grants from the state Department of Ecology and is anticipated to begin in July 2021, ending in the fall of 2021.

80th Street NE Non-Motorized Improvements

The project will add and match existing sidewalks along 80th Street NE from 47th Avenue NE to 51st Avenue NE, along with a center turn lane and bike lanes from State Avenue to 51st Avenue NE. The project was awarded $270,000 from the Puget Sound Regional Council and and another $500,000 from the WSDOT Pedestrian and Bicycle Program. Construction is expected to start in spring 2022.

2021 Transportation Benefit District (TBD) Projects

The 2021 TBD projects include:

  • Pavement preservation of State Avenue from 80th St NE to Grove Street
  • Pavement preservation of 47th Ave NE from 76th St NE to 84th St NE
  • Improvements on 8th St from State Avenue to Ash Ave