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TC367190
Sound Transit North Link
This project provides design review, permitting, and construction support services for the Sound Transit North Link project (University District to Northgate). The 4.3-mile line includes stations at Northgate, the Roosevelt neighborhood and the University District.
Various
S9604
Theatre Improvements and Repairs
This ongoing project funds improvements to the various theater spaces and facilities on the Seattle Center campus. Typical improvements may include, but are not limited to, fire safety, mechanical, structural, sound, staging, dressing room, building envelope and lobby improvements.
Seattle Center Campus
C1301
Environmental Stewardship
This project provides improvements to facilities and remediation for identified soil contamination at various locations in City watershed areas, railroad right-of-way, and transmission pipelines.
Citywide
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
8484
Battery Storage Pilot
This new project will fund the installation of a grid-connected utility-scale battery. City Light will either work independently or with a partner to develop and demonstrate this new technology. This project will give City Light an opportunity to explore the storage technology and its impact on our local grid.
D601TC000
Applications Development- General Fund
This new program provides funds to develop, implement, and enhance software applications used by City departments. Identified projects will improve business processes for budgeting, contracting, regulatory compliance, and data management. Additionally, this effort seeks to replace or refresh current systems while consolidating duplicative systems.
700 5th AVE
47.604906
-122.330278
C1411
Reservoir Covering - Maple Leaf
This project includes Seismic Retrofits at Maple Leaf Reservoir using the Soil-Structure Interaction Seismic Analysis approach for design to determine its seismic performance during ground shaking and to assess whether or not a seismic deficiency exists.
NE 86th St and Roosevelt Wy NE
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
TC367390
Ballard to Downtown High Capacity Transit and Ship Canal Crossing Project
This project will develop recommendations for implementation of high capacity transit alternatives between Ballard and Downtown Seattle. The project will build on the Ballard-Fremont-South Lake Union-Downtown corridor identified in the Transit Master Plan. The work will be done in conjunction with Sound Transit. The project will also develop conceptual designs and cost estimates for a new ship canal crossing for transit, pedestrians and bicycles.
C4113-DWF
Security Improvements - DWF
This ongoing project provides physical integrated security system components throughout the City of Seattle. Typical improvements may include, but are not limited to, fences, gates, access control card readers, intercoms, lighting, door and hatch contacts, CCTV cameras, motion detection devices, and fiber and conduit.
Citywide
K732470
Queen Anne Bowl Playfield Turf Replacement
This project replaces the synthetic turf field surfacing (60,000 square feet) which was installed in 2007, and is near the end of its lifecycle. This improvement allows the continued use and scheduling of the playfield for soccer, LaCrosse, and other activities.
2806 3rd AVE W
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
47.645521
-122.360934
6406
Cedar Falls/South Fork Tolt - Minor Improvements Program
This ongoing project provides financial coverage for emergent capital projects related to the Cedar Falls and South Fork Tolt Facilities. In addition, it funds scheduled, small capital projects that have cost estimates less than $25,000. These projects are, by definition, unforeseeable, unscheduled, unpredictable, and occur on a first-come, first serve basis. This project shows increased project allocations in years 2015 to 2018. This increase reflects anticipated baseline CIP spending levels for the Cedar Falls and South Fork Tolt Facility that are in line with Strategic Plan assumptions. These future year allocations will be broken out into specific CIP projects for the next year's CIP.
19901 Cedar Falls Rd SE, North Bend, WA 98045
47.421009
-121.788375
C3608
S Genesee Combined Sewer Overflow
This project provides construction of combined sewer overflows (CSO) facilities in the Genesee area in the southeast part of Seattle. Facilities will be built to meet level of service requirements for CSOs and comply with state and federal regulations. The project will meet requirements of the City's current National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Wastewater Discharge Permit.
S. Genesee St.
TC366850
Bridge Rehabilitation and Replacement
This project addresses the major maintenance backlog for the City's bridge infrastructure. Rehabilitation or replacement has been completed on Airport Way over Argo, 15th Avenue NE at NE 105th Street, 15th Ave. W Interchange, East Duwamish Waterway, Jose Rizal, East Marginal Way at Horton Street, and NE 45th Street Viaduct. The Yesler Over 4th Avenue bridge maintenance will continue and the Fairview Ave N bridges are scheduled for maintenance in 2017.
Citywide
9072
Building Envelope Upgrades
This ongoing project replaces or restores exterior moisture and thermal barrier components of buildings such as roofing and insulation systems, exterior siding and cladding systems, windows and exterior doors. This project allows for the proactive replacement of building exteriors in order to avert costly structural damage and prevent the growth of toxic mold inside wall cavities and ceiling spaces that can easily render a building uninhabitable. The project also enhances operational efficiency by mitigating emergency repairs which disrupt utility operations.
500 Newhalem Creek Rd, Marblemount, WA 98267
48.609608
-121.434192
D102TR005
Data Analytics Platform - Seattle Police Department
This project provides funding for a Data Analytics Platform (DAP) in the Seattle Police Department to consolidate and manage data provided by a variety of systems related to police calls and incidents, citizen interactions, administrative processes, training and workforce management. This project will satisfy the requirements of the Settlement Agreement with the Department of Justice.
700 5th AVE
47.604906
-122.330278
6423
Diablo Powerhouse - Rebuild Generator Unit 32
This project rebuilds Generator 32 at Diablo Powerhouse, which provides 4.4 percent of the total power Seattle City Light generates. This project is part of the Utility's Generator Rebuild Program, a series of projects to maintain and extend the useful life of the Utility's aging generators. The program rebuilds ten generators, accounting for 70 percent of City Light's generating capability.
Milepost 126 State Highway 20
TC367730
Accela Permitting System
This project will migrate SDOT permitting operations from the Hansen 7 system to the new Citywide Accela permitting platform. The vision for Accela is to create a fully integrated permitting system that provides an online "all in one place" experience for Seattle customers and staff. Once the initial migration is complete, this project will provide ongoing funding for routine system improvements as well as periodic major upgrades needed to stay current with changing technology.
K73127
Puget Park - Environmental Remediation
This project funds a cleanup action on a portion of Puget Park and on an adjacent related parcel, with participation by four parties involved in the original contamination. The City negotiated a settlement agreement with all parties for funding cleanup costs incurred in the past, as well as future site mitigation costs.
1900 SW Dawson St
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
47.556126
-122.359016
TC367240
Broadway Streetcar Extension
This project extends the First Hill Streetcar to the north end of Broadway (approximately Denny Way to Roy Street). The First Hill Streetcar line is currently under construction and will connect First Hill employment centers to the regional Link light rail system, including but not limited to the International District/Chinatown Station, and Capitol Hill Station at Broadway and John Street. This half-mile extension to the retail core of Broadway will reach a high density residential area with reliable frequent service (approximately 10 minute headways) mirroring the hours of operation of Link light rail system.
Broadway E
C4136-WF
Yesler Terrace-WF
This project provides funding for SPU Water infrastructure investments in association with this project. Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) is leading a major project to replace Yesler Terrace's aging public housing buildings with a new mixed-income community.
Yelser and Broadway
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
6564
Ross - Exciters 41-44
This project provides installation of new remote temperature monitoring equipment at the Boundary, Skagit and Cedar Falls power facilities. This project is combined with projects 6571 and 6579 to form a larger project.
8460
Streetlight Infrastructure Replacement
This ongoing project will replace 1,603, or 33 percent, of the highest priority streetlights and related underground infrastructure identified in the Streetlight Horizon Plan over the six-year planning horizon. Streetlight infrastructure that will be replaced includes poles, fixtures, conduits, hand holes, and wiring. Emphasis will be placed on standardization of fixtures, construction materials, and construction methods. This project will provide the engineering resources needed to prioritize replacements, develop estimates, and manage and track construction.
Citywide
TC367600
Pedestrian Master Plan - New Sidewalks
This project enhances the pedestrian environment in Seattle's neighborhoods by dedicating funding to construct new sidewalks. The New Sidewalk Program draws funding from the School Safety Traffic and Pedestrian Improvement (SSTPI) Fund to improve sidewalks and the pedestrian environment near schools. Additional funding is drawn from other sources to pay for new sidewalk construction that are not in a Seattle Public School walk zone.
Citywide
C2305
South Recycling Disposal Station Household Hazardous Waste Relocation
This project provides relocation for the South Household Hazardous Waste (SHHW) facility and allows for facility improvements as required by code. This project and timeline is tied to the redevelopment of the existing South Recycling and Disposal Station (SRDS) site.
8105 5th Ave S
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
C2304
South Park Development
This project studies, plans, designs and constructs remediation of the historic South Park Landfill site to minimize environmental impacts. SPU owns a portion of the site on which the landfill once operated, and was an historic operator of the landfill at one time. This project will meet the requirements of a Washington Department of Ecology Agreed Order for study of and cleanup planning for the historic South Park Landfill.
8100 2nd Ave S
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
47.530612
-122.331512
D102TC015
Technology Management Tools
This ongoing project provides funds to acquire, maintain, replace, and upgrade software tools to manage the City's technology systems.
700 5th AVE
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
47.604906
-122.330278
C3316
GSI for Protection of Beneficial Uses
This ongoing program provides construction of Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) within the separated stormwater system. Work includes right-of-way retrofits with bioretention and/or biofiltration for water quality treatment and flow control, as well as potential expansion of private property incentives for construction of properly sized and installed rain gardens or cisterns (RainWise program) into creek watersheds. The Natural Drainage Systems Projects within this program will achieve the water quality goals for the NDS Partnering Program identified in Seattle's Plan to Protect Seattle's Waterways (the Long Term Control Plan requirement within our Consent Decree) while coordinating with SDOT and community groups to deliver co-benefits such as sidewalks.
Various
6514
Skagit - Babcock Creek Crossing
This project will construct a permanent and more stable crossing across Babcock Creek, near Newhalem. The road to Babcock Creek provides access to a critical communication tower and currently only has a temporary bridge crossing it. The permanent crossing will be either a bridge or vented ford.
A1IT06
Summit Re-Implementation - Department Capital Needs
This Citywide project is a funding mechanism to reimburse operating departments for non-technical capital expenditures they incur during the Summit Re-Implementation project. Non-technical capital department-specific costs include project management work within the department to implement the new Summit system, among other capital expenditures. Appropriations for each department are included in their operating budget.
C1508
Morse Lake Pump Plant
This project includes funding to replace the existing barge-mounted pump plants at Chester Morse Lake. The pump plants at Chester Morse Lake are nearing the end of their useful lives. These pumps are designed for drought situations to access so-called "dead storage" at the lake, which is at or below the level that drains by gravity. The improvements enhance the ability to provide reliable water supply and in-stream flows in the Cedar River during drought conditions and to address requirements of the Habitat Conservation Plan. Most pre-2012 costs are deferred costs that will be amortized over ten years.
Cedar River Watershed
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
8485
Special Work Equipment - Tech Metering
This ongoing project provides new work equipment to replace old or broken tools (that cost more than $5000) for Tech Metering. The project supports the Department's goals of safety, productivity and employee morale.
TC320030
Miscellaneous, Unforeseen, and Emergencies
This program provides a financial reserve for work that cannot be anticipated during the annual CIP planning process. The reserve is used on a project-specific basis when emergencies are identified.
Various
C1310
Tolt Watershed Restoration
This project provides aquatic and riparian restoration, and funds improvements and decommissioning of the road system in the Tolt River Municipal Watershed and is based upon best practices for land management. Projects are based upon recommendations of the 2011 Tolt Watershed Management Plan.
Tolt River Watershed
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
C1316
Transmission Right-of-Way Improvements
This project provides drainage and vegetation improvements within and adjacent to water transmission rights-of-way and in the Lake Youngs Reserve. These improvements will reduce long-term maintenance costs, contribute to worker safety, and reduce sediment delivery adjacent waterways.
Various
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
TC323250
Neighborhood Traffic Control Program
This ongoing program installs traffic calming devices citywide, primarily neighborhood traffic circles, in response to investigations of citizen requests. The program also installs some mid-block traffic calming devices such as speed humps, as well as residential street speed limit signs and warning signs.
Citywide
K730308
Develop 14 New Parks at Land-Banked Sites
This ongoing project develops 14 new parks on land-banked sites that were acquired under prior levies. Depending on the size, location, and type of park, new elements could include trees and landscaping, paths, plazas, a play area, site furniture, lighting, and related improvements. Each newly developed park will improve the neighborhood and contribute to improved health for park users, and will have environmental benefits. This project is part of the Metropolitan Parks District measure put before voters in 2014.
Citywide
9235
Denny Substation Tenant Improvements
This ongoing project provides program, design, and construction of interior improvements within two building shell spaces within the Denny Substation. The two spaces are a southwest shell space which may house a community center or similar public amenity and a southeast shell space which may house a learning resource center or similar public amenity.
C3812
Broadview Long Term Plan
This ongoing program will develop and implement a plan with the goal of restoring sanitary sewer system capacity. Portions of the Broadview neighborhood suffer from significant capacity limitations of the sanitary sewer resulting in numerous sewer backups into residences during wet weather events upon which the City has paid numerous claims dating to at least 1996. It is thought that this results from a combination of infiltration and inflow into the sanitary sewer system during wet weather.
Broadview
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
9320
Energy Conservation
This ongoing project installs improvements at SCL facilities to reduce energy consumption. Work is performed at facilities including generation sites, service centers, and substations. With documented savings, some project costs may be recovered from the Bonneville Power Administration.
System Wide
6582
Ross - R1 and R2 Relay and Instrumentation Upgrade
This project installs new microprocessor based relays to protect the Ross R1 and R2 lines from major electrical faults. This improves transmission reliability. The R1 and R2 lines transmit power generated at Ross to Diablo Switchyard where it is sent out to the transmission grid.
K732401
Environmental Remediation Program
This ongoing project provides for abatement of lead paint, asbestos, contaminated soils, and other required remediation efforts at sites throughout the City. Projects are determined based on legal requirements, the severity of the problem, and the impact to the public and Parks operations.
Citywide
K732475
Miller Playfield Synthetic Turf Replacement
This project replaces the 100,200 square foot synthetic turf field surfacing which was installed in 2009, and performs related work. The surfacing material is near the end of its lifecyle. This improvement allows the continued use and scheduling of the playfield for soccer, baseball, and other activities.
330 19th AVE E
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
47.621542
-122.307353
C3710
Pipe Renewal Program
This ongoing project includes SPU operates and maintains approximately 1,400 miles of wastewater conveyance (combined and separated) pipe. The age of this infrastructure varies; however, significant portions of the system were constructed prior to 1950. This ongoing project completes projects to repair, replace, rehabilitate and renewal the collection system by various contracting and construction methods.
Various
K730122
Seattle Asian Art Museum Renovation
This project provides 2008 Parks Levy funds to support the renovation of the city-owned Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park in partnership with the Seattle Art Museum. Levy funds, which are anticipated to cover approximately 40 percent of the total renovation costs, will not be released until future Council action by ordinance.
1400 Prospect ST
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
47.628396
-122.31432
A1GM402
Facility Projects Planning
This on-going project funds architectural and engineering services including conceptual planning, design alternative development, and preliminary cost estimating for FAS capital projects and emergent Executive capital initiatives. Typical preliminary design and engineering work includes, but is not limited to, pre-design and analysis of project alternatives, cost estimates, test to fit studies, preliminary schedule development, engineering studies and code compliance, site development planning and conceptual design and financial analysis of capital improvements options in conjunction with FAS and CIP priorities, programs, and initiatives.
C1511
Hatchery Works
This project provides improvements to the sockeye salmon hatchery, including improvements to the Broodstock collection facility, improvements to the hatchery spring water pumps, improvements to adult holding ponds ,and additions for water redundancy. These facilities are a requirement of the Landsburg Mitigation Agreement and the Muckleshoot Settlement Agreement.
Cedar River Watershed
D913TC000
SPD Body Worn Video
The project includes the procurement and implementation of the Seattle Police Department's body-worn camera program. The project includes funding for equipment, operating and maintenance costs, and personnel costs for 2017 and 2018. Additional staff resources will be identified once a system is selected through the RFP process. SPD plans to issue the first cameras to patrol officers in early 2017. SPD developed a proposed approach for implementation, largely informed by the pilot program conducted in 2015.
700 5th AVE
47.604906
-122.330278
6385
Power Production - Network Controls
This project provides the infrastructure required to install the basic control network and integrate existing, major control systems for a Skagit wide network controls program, to be located at each of the Skagit facilities. This project improves monitoring and control of the Skagit facilities, reduces maintenance and potential outages, and reduces cost and time of maintenance and outages. This project incorporates features that lead to enhanced data acquisition that is part of the NERC requirements.
500 Newhalem Creek Rd, Marblemount, WA 98267
48.609608
-121.434192
6620
Boundary Crane Improvements
This project rehabilitates and modernizes control systems and other components on two bridge cranes at the Boundary Powerhouse. The controls have exceeded their useful life and other systems, such as fall protection, are not up to current safety codes. A comprehensive crane assessment may identify additional systems requiring replacement, rehabilitation, or repair. These cranes are critical to the operation and maintenance of the six hydroelectric generators at Boundary and are directly linked to generator availability. This work supports upcoming rewind projects on Boundary Units 51, 52 and 54.
S0303
McCaw Hall Asset Preservation
This project provides for the development, updating, and implementation of an Capital Renewal/Asset Preservation Plan for McCaw Hall, a facility completed in 2003. The plan provides a long-term road map for future major maintenance investments in the facility. Funding comes from the City and from the two resident tenants of McCaw Hall, Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet.
321 Mercer St
http://www.seattle.gov/financedepartment/1419adoptedcip/default.htm
47.624567
-122.350939
8430
Creston-Nelson to Intergate East Feeder Installation
The project installs a new feeder to supply the Sabey Corporation's Intergate East Internet Center in Tukwila from the Creston-Nelson Substation. The project includes design, permit preparation, and evaluates customer load requirements.
Tukwila

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