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Infrastructure Projects Underway

ADA Compliance and Transition Plan
The American Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 requires all public agencies with more than 50 employees to create and implement a transition plan to ensure compliance with applicable ADA requirements, and to create steps to ensure all public pedestrian facilities are accessible to persons with disabilities wherever feasible.  Learn more...

Pavement Preservation Program

The City of Mill Creek has 106 lane miles within city limits, which is about 875,000 square yards of pavement. The typical life expectancy of original pavement is about 30 to 40 years. City streets currently range in age from 10 years to 40 years. As pavement begins to deteriorate, the deterioration rate is not constant. While pavement holds up for most of its life expectancy, as it nears the end of its life, pavement life quickly deteriorates. The general concept of pavement preservation is that as pavement deteriorates, intervention is done at the proper time with some type of surface treatment that returns it to a like-new condition and extends the pavement life. The City’s goal is to intervene before roads deteriorate in order to preserve City infrastructure. Learn more...

Reconstruction of 35th Avenue SE
The City is undertaking a reconstruction project to fix the road between 141st Street SE and 144th Street SE to eliminate flooding and associated road closures. Learn more...


Municipal Research & Services Center of Washington
The city uses the Municipal Research and Services Center of Washington (MRSC) to maintain a roster of consultants and small works contractors. As part of the CIP, solicitations may be made to vendors on the MRSC roster when needed. Please contact MRSC directly for more information about the roster process.