Welcome to the Public Works & Utilities Department
Public Works & Utilities serves a population of over 40,000 residents and businesses. The Department is responsible for a wide range of infrastructure services to our citizens involving street transportation and traffic control, storm and surface water management, potable water distribution, and wastewater collection and treatment. These services are provided by Engineering and Operations & Maintenance.
NEWS FOR DEVELOPERS AND CONTRACTORS:
Increases to the water, sewer and storm General Facility Charges (GFC's) was passed by City Council through adoption of Ordinance 3883 on May 15, 2012. The implementation of the increases will be phased in over a period of 3 years, the first of which took place on the effective date of the ordinance. The new fee schedules are provided here
76th Ave W - Waterline and Sewerline Replacement
The City of Lynnwood in conjunction with the City of Edmonds issued a Notice of Default to the contractor, Santana Trucking & Excavating, on October 9, 2013. Contract requirements specify a 15 day cure period ending on October 24, 2013 for Santana to remedy its default. Santana did not remedy the default during that period. In order to complete the waterline installation and mitigate the current road conditions, Edmonds City Council has declared an emergency so that these items are addressed as quickly as possible. See emergency project notice located here.
During this emergency project, the city will provide project progress updates and project look ahead for the upcoming week.
The November 22 (Week 1) update is located here.
The November 27 (Week 2) update is located here.
The December 6 (Week 3) update is located here.
The December 13 (Week 4) update is located here.
The December 20 (Week 5) update is located here.
In addition, the City of Lynnwood and City of Edmonds are now discussing options to address the final roadway conditions. The discussions are expected to take place over the coming weeks.
The City of Lynnwood and the City of Edmonds are aware of the concerns raised by the public in recent weeks and intend to ensure that any inconvenience in the future to the public is as minimal as possible given the situation.
For additional project information regarding addressing the final roadway conditions please visit the City of Lynnwood website by clicking on this link.