This page summarizes a few of Lake Forest Park's major projects that are in the planning or construction phase. The projects are listed in alphabetical order.
The City of Lake Forest Park is soliciting for sealed bids from qualified contractors for the redevelopment of Eagle Scout Park. The successful contractor will supply all labor, materials, equipment and supervision to execute the plans to construct the Eagle Scout Park Redevelopment project located at the existing Eagle Scout Park at the intersection of NE 178th St. and NE 180th St. in Lake Forest Park in accordance with the project specifications and plans.
A mandatory site visit to review the project’s extent, conditions and access is scheduled for Thursday, January 19th, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. at Eagle Scout Park for potential bidders. Bids will only be accepted from those firms who attend the mandatory site visit
Sealed bids are due to the City of Lake Forest Park by 3:00 p.m. on Friday, January 27th, 2017.
Please see the Invitation to Bid for Eagle Scout Park Redevelopment for further information. The project plans and specifications are available on the Builders Exchange of Washington website.
The City will be removing the aging exercise equipment and replacing it with a playground made from recycled-content materials. The Playground equipment will be appropriate for children ages 2-5. Eagle Scout Park is north of Animal Acres Park across NE 178th Street. The new design includes a playground, low maintenance landscaping, irrigation, benches, drinking fountain, and safety fencing around the park with latched, self-closing gates.
Eagle Scout Park Bid Tabulation
The City of Lake Forest Park is requesting submittals from qualified consultants who can assist the City by completing a Safe Highways Study, a comprehensive corridor study of state routes SR 522 and SR 104 within Lake Forest Park city limits. The goals of the study are to examine scenarios that improve access and connectivity and reduce mobility barriers for all types of travel, including pedestrian, bicycle, automobile, and public transit; improve area health and safety by increasing walkability and bikeability; and identifying needed safety improvements and corresponding remedies.
The City strongly encourages minority- owned and women-owned businesses, socially and economically disadvantaged business enterprises, and small businesses to respond to this RFQ.
The City of Lake Forest Park is hoping to make its streets safer for pedestrians and cyclists and to increase safe connections to transit and amenities like the Burke-Gilman Trail, Interurban Trail, parks, and schools, so the City is leading a public outreach process to identify community priorities. Through this process, we hope to accomplish three goals:
The Safe Streets project was initiated by City staff in the Fall of 2016. For more information and to find dates for open houses, please take a look at the Safe Streets Project webpage where you may also use the online comment form to share your ideas and sign up for email updates: http://www.lfpsafestreets.com/.