Normandy Park City Manager’s Report for week ending Mar. 22, 2024

The First Avenue Sidewalk Project should be starting Monday

Sidewalks are essential to our community. To build our pedestrian infrastructure network, the City is preparing to construct a new section of sidewalk on First Avenue. This new section will be located on the west side of First Avenue, between SW 174th Street and SW 176th Street.

City contractors are expected to start construction on Monday, March 25th. Construction is expected to continue through mid-May, with day and night lane closures on both north- and south-bound lanes. Residents should expect delays in the area, and please remember to drive safely through construction zones.

Arbor Day Poster Contest

Please help us celebrate our upcoming Arbor Day Event by participating in the 2024 Arbor Day Poster Contest. The city is hosting an all-age art poster contest for the upcoming Arbor Day festivities. There will be five winning entries, one from each of the following categories: preschool, elementary school, middle school, high school, and adult. Entries may be used for outreach, education, and future-tree-related activities.

First-place winners for each category will receive a prize! Posters are due by Monday, April 15th. For more information, including the entry form, contact Parks & Recreation Manager Aimee Lloyd or call City Hall at 206.248.7603.

Let King County hear your thoughts on the King County Consortium 2025-2029 Consolidated Plan

The King County Consortium (Consortium) is a local government partnership that is led by King County and includes all areas in the County except for the cities of Seattle and Milton. The Consortium receives funds each year from the federal government to invest in housing and community development programs that primarily benefit low- and moderate-income people. Every five years, the Consortium develops a Consolidated Plan to identify the housing and community development needs of people living in the Consortium and outlines the goals for using its federal funds. They are in the process of developing their 2025-2029 Consolidated Plan and want to hear from you.

King County created a survey for community members to gather their thoughts on the Consortium’s housing and community development needs. Your participation in this survey is anonymous. The survey includes 23 multiple-choice questions and should take about 8 minutes to complete.

Here is the survey link:

If you have any questions, please get in touch with me at [email protected].

“Have a great week!”

Amy Arrington, City Manager
City of Normandy Park
801 SW 174th Street
Normandy Park, WA 98166
(206) 248-8246 (Direct Phone)