We worked with the city of Lake Stevens to develop preliminary design concepts and cost estimates for the SR 9/SR 204 intersection near the Lake Stevens Center. We published the recommended improvements in a pre-design report.
The need for improvements to the SR 9/SR 204 intersection was identified in the SR 9 Route Development Plan.
The city is working on a separate but related effort to develop a preliminary Lake Stevens Center Circulation plan (LSCC). The LSCC will identify internal circulation needs of the commercial sites at Lake Stevens Center to improve accesses and circulation, support current and future land use and improve transit operations.
For information about the city's LSCC, contact Public Works Director Mick Monken at firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-377-3237.
The final improvements will relieve congestion at the SR 9/SR 204 interchange and support economic development in the community. We do not have funding to complete the design work or construct any improvements.
Partnerships & Cooperation
WSDOT interviewed community stakeholders starting in late November 2010 and held a design workshop in February 2011. We released the final pre-design report in October 2012.
In 2010 the Legislature provided $500,000 for preliminary design engineering. Final design work and construction are not funded.
WSDOT Engineering Manager
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