Manor Way Pedestrian Improvements

Project Description
Snohomish County Public Works is proposing improvements to Manor Way between 164th Street SW and 156th Street SW. There are two phases to this project.

Phase 1: The first phase is to improve pedestrian movement and safety by constructing a 5-foot wide walkway on the west side of Manor Way. The walkway will be approximately 500 feet long and located ¼ mile north of 164th Street SW. Public Works plans to construct this walkway in spring/summer 2015.

Phase 2: A second phase of improvements to Manor Way is planned for 2020. Phase 2 improvements include a center turn lane, sidewalks, bike lanes, planter strips and enclosed stormwater drainage. These improvements would be to Manor Way between 164th Street SW and 156th Street SW.

Environmental Review—Public Notice
An environmental review of the Manor Way Pedestrian Improvements has been completed in compliance with the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). SEPA requires that all state and local agencies identify and evaluate the environmental impacts of their land use decision. An Environmental Checklist has been prepared and a Determination of Non-Significance has been issued for this project. These documents are available by viewing the links below.

SEPA Environmental Checklist
• Determination of Non-significance (DNS)
Vicinity Map
Project Figure

Comments on this project must be submitted to Public Works by 5 p.m. on September 29, 2014. Submit comments to:
Snohomish County Public Works
Mary Auld, Senior Planner
3000 Rockefeller Avenue, M/S 607
Everett, WA 98201-4046
Or via email to: