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03-01-2021 LUTC PacketCity of Federal Way City Council Land Use & Transportation Committee March 1, 2021 City Hall 5:00 p.m. Notice: Pursuant to Governor Inslee's Proclamation 20-28, all in -person meetings are prohibited until further notice. The Mayor and City Council are providing opportunities for public comment by submitting written comment or calling into the meeting to provide oral testimony. To access these options please use the following: Q Click Here to Watch Online Live Streaming Video of the Meeting Listen to the live meeting: (888) 788-0099 or 253-215-8782 Meeting ID: 809 975 640 Sign -Up* here to give citizen comment during the meeting (via calling -in) Click Here to submit written comments to the City Council ® Watch from the Zoom mobile app with meeting: 809 975 640 and password: 595617 MEETING AGENDA 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. PUBLIC COMMENT 3. COMMITTEE BUSINESS Action Topic Title/Description Presenter Page or Info Council Date A. Approval of Minutes February 1, 2021 2 N/A B. Greenway Pavement Markings Phase 2 Huynh 5 Action March 16, 2021 (2021) Project 85% Design Status Consent Report and Authorization to Bid C. NPDES Annual Report and Stormwater Myhre 8 Action March 16, 2021 Management Program (SWMP) Plan Consent Update D. LED Street Light Conversion - City- Winkler 70 Action March 16, 2021 Owned Lights Project - Final Acceptance Consent E. Ordinance: Adoption of 2018 State Sproul 72 First March 16, 2021 Mandated Building Codes Reading First Reading F. Ordinance: Sound Transit FWTC Medlen 96 First March 2, 2021 Redesign Reading First Reading G. Progress Update on Sound Transit Medlen 209 Info Only N/A Activities 4. OTHER 5. FUTURE MEETINGS/AGENDA ITEMS: The next LUTC meeting will be April 4, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers. 6. ADJOURNMENT Committee Members City Staff Greg Baruso, Chair EJ Walsh, P. E., Public Works Director Martin Moore, Member Rebecca Kovar, Administrative Assistant II Hoang V. Tran, Member (253) 835-2701 February 1, 2021 5:00 p.m. City of Federal Way City Council Land Use & Transportation Committee MEETING SUMMARY City Hall Council Chambers Committee Members in Attendance: Committee Chair Greg Baruso, Committee Member Hoang Tran, and Committee Member Martin Moore. Other Councilmembers in Attendance: City Council President Susan Honda, Council Member Lydia Assefa-Dawson Staff in Attendance: Public Works Director EJ Walsh, Assistant City Attorney Eric Rhodes, Capital Engineer John Cole, Senior Capital Engineer Kent Smith, Senior Capital Engineer John Mulkey, Surface Water Manager Theresa Thurlow, Development Services Manager Cole Elliot, City Traffic Engineer Rick Perez, Deputy Public Works Director Desiree Winkler, Sound Transit Liaison Ryan Medlen, and Administrative Assistant II Rebecca Kovar. 1. CALL TO ORDER: 2. PUBLIC COMMENT: 3. COMMITTEE BUSINESS: Topic Title/Description A. Approval of Minutes: January 4, 2021 Committee approved the January 4, 2021 LUTC minutes as presented. • Moved: Tran • Seconded:Baruso • Passed: 2-0 unanimously B. 2021 Asphalt Overlay Bid Award Capital Engineer John Cole presented information about the bid process and results. Questions and discussion followed. Committee forwarded Option #1(Approve the proposed Award for all schedules for the 2021 Asphalt Overlay Project to Tucci and Sons Inc., the lowest responsive, responsible bidder, in the amount of $1,494,630.70 and approve a 10% contingency of$148,463 for a total of $1,643,093.70 and authorize the Mayor to execute the contract.) to the February 16, 2021 Consent Agenda for approval. • Moved: Tran • Seconded:Baruso • Passed: 3-0 unanimously Committee Members City Staff Greg Baruso, Chair EI Walsh, P.E., Public Works Director Martin Moore, Member 2 Rebecca Kovar, Administrative Assistant II Hoang V. Tran, Member (253) 835-2701 C. SW 296th at 14th Slide Restoration — Project Acceptance Capital Engineer Kent Smith presented information about the project, including background and budget. Questions and discussion followed. Committee forwarded Option #1 (Authorize final acceptance of the 2020 Pavement Repair Project constructed by Pavement Maintenance of Washington, LLC. in the amount of$147,296.60 as complete.) to the February 16, 2021 Consent Agenda for approval. • Moved: Moore • Seconded: Tran • Passed: 3-0 unanimously D. Complete Streets ADA Upgrades - Project Acceptance Senior Capital Engineer John Mulkey presented information about the project, including background and budget. Questions and discussion followed. Committee forwarded Option #1 (Authorize final acceptance of the Complete Streets ADA Upgrades as constructed by Miles Resources, LLC in the amount of $156,780.96.) to the February 16, 2021 Consent Agenda for approval. • Moved: Tran • Seconded: Moore • Passed: 3-0 unanimously 2021 SWM Vactor and Infrastructure Maintenance Contract Award Surface Water Manager Theresa Thurlow presented information about the bid process and results. Questions and discussion followed. Committee forwarded Option #1 (Approve the proposed Award for the SWM Vactor and Infrastructure Maintenance Services Contract to Action Services, Corp., the lowest responsive, responsible bidder, in the amount of$362,585.00, authorize transferring $87,833 from unallocated, and authorize the Mayor to execute the contract.) to the February 16, 2021 Consent Agenda for approval. • Moved: Moore • Seconded: Tran • Passed: 3-0 unanimously Lease Agreement for Mayer Tram Development Services Manager Cole Elliott provided information regarding the Lease and proposed extension. Questions and discussion followed. Committee forwarded Option #1 (Approve the proposed lease extension agreement and authorize the Mayor to execute the agreement.) to the February 16, 2021 Consent Agenda for approval. • Moved: Tran • Seconded: Moore • Passed: 3-0 unanimously Committee Members City Staff Greg Baruso, Chair EI Walsh, P.E., Public Works Director Martin Moore, Member 3 Rebecca Kovar, Administrative Assistant II Hoang V. Tran, Member (253) 835-2701 G. RESOLUTION: Acceptance of STP, CMAQ, and HSIP Grant Funding for Transportation Projects City Traffic Engineer Rick Perez presented information on grants and projects included in the proposed Resolution. Questions and Discussion followed. • Moved: Moore • Seconded: Tran • Passed: 3-0 unanimously H. WSDOT Traffic Busters Agreement Update City Traffic Engineer Rick Perez presented information and updates on the Agreement. Questions and Discussion followed. • Moved: Tran • Seconded: Moore • Passed: 3-0 unanimously I. ORDINANCE: Speed Limit Ordinance Amendment City Traffic Engineer Rick Perez presented information on the proposed Ordinance. Questions and Discussion followed. • Moved: Moore • Seconded: Tran • Passed: 3-0 unanimously J. Update on Sound Transit Activities Sound Transit Liaison Ryan Medlen reported on current activities regarding Sound Transit projects. Questions and discussion followed. 4. OTHER 5. FUTURE MEETINGS/AGENDA ITEMS: The next LUTC meeting will be held March 1, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers. 6. ADJOURNMENT: The meeting was adjourned at 6:18 p.m. Attest: Rebecca Kovar, Administrative Assistant II Approved by Committee: Date Committee Members City Staff Greg Baruso, Chair EI Walsh, P.E., Public Works Director Martin Moore, Member 4 Rebecca Kovar, Administrative Assistant II Hoang V. Tran, Member (253) 835-2701 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: March 16, 2021 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: RESOLUTION: GREENWAY PAVEMENT MARKINGS PHASE 2 (2021) PROJECT 85% DESIGN STATUS REPORT AND AUTHORIZATION TO BID POLICY QUESTION: Should City Council authorize staff to complete design and bid the Greenway Pavement Markings Phase 2 (2021) Project and return to the LUTC and Council for bid award, further report, and authorization? COMMITTEE: Land Use and Transportation Committee MEETING DATE: March 1, 2021 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Jeff Huynh, Capital Engineer DEPT: Public Works Attachments: Memorandum to Land Use and Transportation Committee dated March 1, 2021. Options Considered: 1. Authorize staff to complete the design and bid the Greenway Pavement Markings Phase 2 (2021) Project and return to the LUTC and Council for bid award, further report, and authorization. 2. Do not authorize staff to proceed with this project and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: The Mayor recommends Option 1 be forwarded to the March 16, 2021 Council Consent Agenda for apprgyal. MAYOR APPROVAL: DIRECTOR APPROVAL: 1 -W Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward Option I to the March 16, 2021 consent agenda for approval. Greg Baruso, Committee Chair Martin Moore. Committee Member Hoana Tran. Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move to authorize staff to complete the design and bid the Greenway Pavement Marking Phase 2 (2021) Project and return to the LUTC and Council for bid award, further report, and authorization. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL tt ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE 9 REVISED — 11/2019 RESOLUTION 9 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: March 1, 2021 TO: Land Use & Transportation Committee VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor EJ Walsh, P.E., Public Works Director  FROM: Jeff Huynh, Capital Engineer SUBJECT: Greenway Pavement Markings Phase 2 (2021) Project 85% Design Status Report and Authorization to Bid Financial Impacts: The cost to the City for Greenway Pavement Markings Phase 2 (2021) Project was included within the approved budget under the Public Works Department, Capital Projects 306 Fund, Project #220. In accordance with the approved budget, this item is funded by motor vehicle fuel tax revenue. Upon completion of this project, ongoing costs associated with operations and maintenance will be performed and funded through streets maintenance. Funding requirements for operations and maintenance of infrastructure is reviewed and adjusted as required during the budget process. Background Information: This project provides to install pavement markings at various locations within the City of Federal Way. The following provides a brief synopsis of the progress on this project to date. Currently the project design is approximately 85% complete, which includes the following completed tasks: • Preliminary Contract Specifications • Project Design to 85% Ongoing tasks include: • Project Design to 100% • Final Contract Specifications to 100% Proiect Estimated Expenditures Construction Cost$ 182,000 5% Construction Contingency $9,100 Design (by City Staff)$ 41,550 Construction Mana eg ment (by City Staff} $45,000 Estimated Total Project Costs$ 277,650 Proiect Available Funding MVET Total Available Budget $277,650$ 277,650 After receiving bids, the total project costs will be refined and presented to the Committee and Council for bid award authorization. Staff anticipates bidding this project in March 2021. Rev. 6/2020 March 1, 2021 Land Use and Transportation Committee 2021 Greenway Pavement Marking Phase 2 Page 2 Construction is anticipated to start in Spring 2021 with an estimated substantial completion date in Fall 2021. COUNCIL MEETING DATE: March 16, 2021 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: NPDES ANNUAL REPORT AND STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (SWMP) PLAN UPDATE POLICY QUESTION: Should Council approve the 2021 Annual Report and SWMP Plan documents and authorize the Public Works Director to submit these documents to the Department of Ecology by March 31 2021 to satisfy the City's NPDES Permit obligations. COMMITTEE: Land Use and Transportation Committee MEETING DATE: March 1, 2021 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Leah Myhre, Water uali Program Coordinator DEPT: Public Works Attachments: Staff Report 2021 Annual Report and Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) Plan Update Options Considered: 1. Approve the 2021 Annual Report and SWMP Plan documents and authorize the Public Works Director to submit these documents to the Department of Ecology by March 31, 2021 to satisfy the City's NPDES Permit obligations. 2. Do not approve the 2021 Annual Report and SWMP Plan documents and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: InitiaUDate — Initial/Va[c DIRECTOR APPROVAL: fi InitiaUDate COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward Option 1 to the March 16, 2021 City Council consent agenda for approval. Greg Baruso, Committee Chair Martin Moore, Committee Member F loanL, Tran, Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move to approve the 2021 Annual Report and SWMP Plan documents and authorize the Public Works Director to submit these documents to the Department of Ecology by March 31, 2021 to satisfy the City's NPDES Permit obligations. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 4/2019 RESOLUTION # 8 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: March 1, 2021 TO: Land Use and Transportation Committee VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: EJ Walsh, P.E., Public Works Director '� y Leah Myhre, Water Quality Program Coordinator SUBJECT: NPDES Annual Report and Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) Plan Update FINANCIAL IMPACTS: Submittal of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Annual Report and Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) Plan update is required by the City's NPDES Western Washington Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permit and will have no direct financial impacts. BACKGROUND: The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) is a federal permit that regulates stormwater and wastewater discharges to waters of the United States, pursuant to the Clean Water Act. The EPA may grant permitting authority to states, and in Washington that regulatory authority resides with the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology). The current NPDES Western Washington Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permit (Permit) was issued by Ecology on July 1, 2019 and went into effect on August 1, 2019. The Permit requires that all affected municipalities create and implement a Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) Plan that addresses and directs the following nine Permit components: 1) Stormwater Planning 2) Public Education and Outreach 3) Public Involvement and Participation 4) MS4 Mapping and Documentation 5) Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination 6) Controlling Runoff from New Development, Redevelopment, and Construction Sites 7) Operations and Maintenance 8) Source Control Program for Existing Development 9) Monitoring In addition to the SWMP Plan, Permit Section S9 "Reporting Requirements" also requires the City to submit an Annual Report intended to update Ecology on the status of the City's compliance with Permit requirements. Annual Reports must be submitted to Ecology on or before March 31 st of each year. In an effort to determine the best methods for meeting Permit requirements, City staff engages with Ecology and several regional forums on a consistent basis. City staff prepared the following documents (attached) to meet the 2021 Annual Report and SWMP Plan update requirements specified in the Permit: • 2021 Annual Report • Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) Plan Update 10 2021 NPDES Annual Report City of Federal Way 2021 Annual Report Questions for the Western Washington Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permit The NPDES Western Washington Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permit (Permit) requires all Permittees to submit annual reports describing the progress of their Permit implementation activities. Annual reports cover the previous calendar year's activities, unless otherwise specified, and must be signed by the responsible official and submitted to Ecology by March 31 each year. The Annual Report consists of 94 questions and requires the preparation of several supporting documents. The Annual Report must be submitted online through Ecology's WQWebPortal service. Number Permit Y or N Question Section Reporting Requirements and Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) Attach a copy of any annexations, 1 S9.13.6 Attachment 1 incorporations, or boundary changes resulting in an increase or decrease in the Permittee's geographic area of permit coverage. Attach updated annual Stormwater 2 S5.A.2 Attachment 2 Management Program Plan (SWMP Plan). Implemented an ongoing program to gather, 3 S5.A.3 Y track, and maintain information per S5.A.3, including costs or estimated costs of implementing the SWMP. Coordinated among departments within the 4 S5.A.5.b Y jurisdiction to eliminate barriers to permit compliance. Attach a written description of internal 4a S5.A.5.b Attachment 3 coordination mechanisms. (Required by March 31, 2021) Stormwater Planning Have you convened an interdisciplinary team to 5 S5.C.1.a Y inform and assist in the development, progress, and influence of the stormwater planning program? (Required by August 1, 2020) *Questions 6 —14 are required by March 31, 2021 & January 1, 2023. City Comprehensive Plans, List the relevant land use planning efforts that Capital Improvement Project have taken place in your jurisdiction during the S5.0 Plans, City Center Action previous Permit Cycle, 2013-2019 (land use 6 (a) andd (b) Plans, Transportation plans that are used to accommodate growth, Improvement Program, stormwater management, or transportation). Shoreline Management Program Updates Page 1 of 13 is 2021 NPDES Annual Report City of Federal Way Cold Creek Culvert List of stormwater capital projects (currently in Replacements and Channel or slated for future design and construction) Stabilization, S 356th Street that resulted from this planning. Culvert Replacement, CCTV Inspection and Assessment Program, Pipe Rehabilitation — Phase 3/2020. Recently S5.0 completed projects include: 7 (a) andd ((bb) Complete Street Project, pipe Rehabilitation — Phase 2/2019, Brook Lake Center Connector, Pacific Highway S. HOV Lanes — Phase V, Downtown Staircase Project, Military Road S and S 2981h St. Compact Roundabout, 2019 Pavement Overlay Program. Encouragement towards Describe the watershed protection measures utilizing LID; areas within associated with stormwater management and 8 S5.C.1.b.i shoreline jurisdiction shall land use planning actions that resulted from this (a) and (b) include water pollution planning. control measures and BMPs for stormwater management. Were land acquisitions identified (or are planned 9 S5.C.1.b.i No ahead for) that are useful for stormwater (a) and (b) facilities to accommodate growth or to better serve an existing developed area? 9a S5.C.1.b.i N/A If yes, for what purpose? (a) and (b) Identified corrective actions, in addition to the min. requirements of the Municipal Stormwater S5.C.1.b.i Permits to control or treat municipal stormwater 10 (a) and (b) Yes discharges that pollute waters of the State (e.g. limits to impervious cover added to any zoning districts, regional facility planning, minimization of vegetation loss, etc.)? FWRC 15.05.080 (3)(g) If yes, briefly describe and list relevant plan or Collection facilities to control code sections, if applicable. and separate contaminants shall be required where 10a S5.C.1.b.i stormwater (a) and (b) runoff from impervious surfaces would degrade or add to the pollution of recipient waters of adjacent properties. Page 2of13 V, 2021 NPDES Annual Report City of Federal Way S5.C.1.b.i Updates to goals and policies related to 11 (a) and (b) Yes investment in stormwater management facilities/BMPs? (yes/no) City code encourages If yes, briefly describe. investment in LID for new transportation and parking 11a S5.C.1.b.i facilities to minimize (a) and (b) stormwater runoff for subdivisions, multifamily residential, and commercial properties. Does the long-range plan identify location and S5.0 existing capacity of the stormwater facilities 12 (a) andd ((bb) No owned or operated by the Permittee and show which of those stormwater facilities have unused capacity? Do these stormwater facility locations impact 12a S5.C.1.b.i No where housing, or other types of development, (a) and (b) are projected to be located or influence the acquisition of land? (If yes, how?) Does the long-range plan identify a lack of 12b S5.C.1.b.i Yes facilities and the potential impacts of existing or (a) and (b) new development to those areas and receiving waters? S5.0 Any new proposed locations and capacities of 12c b (a) andd ((b) No stormwater facilities needed for the timeframe of the plan? No; however, the City Based on the projected population densities and recognizes stormwater runoff distribution of growth over the planning period, 13 S5.C.1.b.i as a major pollutant to the describe how stormwater runoff impacts are (a) and (b) City's waterways and its forecasted. Does stormwater management negative impact on the information (including water quality) direct watershed as a whole. where growth is directed? S5.C.1.b.i Did you submit a report as describe in 14 (b) N/A S5.C.1.b.i(b)? (Due January 1, 2023) Continue to design and implement local development -related codes, rules, standards, or 1s S5.C.1.c.i Y other enforceable documents to minimize impervious surfaces, native vegetation loss, and stormwater runoff, where feasible? (Required annually) From the assessment described in S5.C.1.6(a), 16 S5.C.1.c.i N did you identify any administrative or regulatory (a) barriers to implementation of LID Principles or LID BMPs? (Required annually) Page 3of13 13 2021 NPDES Annual Report City of Federal Way S5.C.1.c.i If yes, describe the barrier(s) and the measures 16a (a) N/A taken to address them. *Questions 17 —19a are required by March 31, 2022, June 30, 2022 & March 31, 2023, as noted. Developed a watershed inventory? (To be 17 S5.C.1.d.i N/A submitted by March 31, 2022) Attach watershed inventory. 17a S5.C.1.d.i N/A S5.C.1.d.ii Developed a receiving water prioritization 18 (a) -(c) N/A method and process? (Required by June 30, 2022) S5.C.1.d.ii Attach receiving water priority ranking process. 18a (a)-(c) N/A Developed a Stormwater Management Action 19 S5.C.1.d.iii N/A Plan (SMAP) for at least one high priority area? (Required by March 31, 2023) Attach SMAP(s). 19a S5.C.1.d.iii N/A Education and Outreach Did you choose to adopt one or more elements 20 S5.C.2 Y of a regional program? City of Federal Way Surface If yes, list the elements, and the regional Water Management (SWM) program. staff co -branded education and outreach materials, Facebook posts, and e- newsletter content with the 20a S5.C.2 regional Puget Sound Starts Here campaign. SWM also adopted the regional Spill Kit Outreach program by providing outreach to businesses in Federal Way. Attach a description of general awareness 21 S5.C.2.a.i Attachment 4 efforts conducted, including your target audiences and subject areas, per S5.C.1.a.i. Conducted an evaluation of the effectiveness of 22 S5.C.2.a.ii y the ongoing behavior change program and (b) documented recommendations as outlined in S5.C.2.a.ii(b). (Required by July 1, 2020) S5.C.2.a.ii If not, explain. 22a (b) N/A Developed a behavior change campaign that is 23 S5.C.2.a.ii Y tailored to the community in accordance with S5.C.2.a.ii(c)? (Required by February 1, 2021) Page 4 of 13 14 2021 NPDES Annual Report City of Federal Way S5.C.2.a.ii Attach the strategy and schedule. 23a (c) Attachment 5 S5.C.2.a.ii Began implementing the strategy outlined in 24 (d) Y S5.C.2.a.ii(c). (Required by April 1, 2021) Attach the report developed in accordance with S5.C.2.a.ii(e), which evaluated the changes in S5.C.2.a.ii understanding and adoption of targeted 25 (e) N/A behaviors resulting from the implementation of the strategy and any planned or recommended changes to the program in order to be more effective. (Required by March 31, 2024) Promoted stewardship activities (or partnered 26 S5.C.2.a.iii Y with others) to encourage resident participation. Attach a list of stewardship opportunities 26a S5.C.2.a.iii Attachment 6 promoted. Public Involvement and Participation Opportunities for public Describe the opportunities created for the participation and comment public, including overburdened communities, to involving the Stormwater participate in the decision -making processes Management Program involving the development, implementation, and (SWMP) were available at the updates of the Permittee's SWMP and the Land Use and Transportation SMAP. Committee and City Council meetings when the SWMP and Annual Report are reviewed. Public comment was also encouraged via the City's website, e-newsletter, and Facebook, and the public input meeting about the 27 S5.C.3.a SWMP was also advertised on these platforms. The City reached out to overburdened communities by translating all outreach materials into Spanish (the second most spoken language in Federal Way) and advertising through Spanish language news media. Interpreters were also made available upon request for the public input meeting in 2020. *Public involvement for the SMAP will occur in 2022 as it is being developed by the City. Page 5 of 13 15 2021 NPDES Annual Report City of Federal Way Posted the updated SWMP Plan and latest 28 S5.C.3.b Y annual report on your website no later than May 31 of each year? https://www.cityoffederalway List the website address. 28b S5.C.3.b .com/surfacewater MS4 Mapping and Documentation S5.C.3.a. Maintained a map of the MS4 including the 29 i - vii Y requirements listed in S5.C.4.a.i.-vii? Started mapping outfall size and material in 30 S5.C.4.b.i Y accordance with S5.C.4.b.i? (Required to start by January 1, 2020) Attach a spreadsheet that lists the known 30a S5.C.4.b.i Attachment 7 outfalls' size and material(s). (March 31, 2021) Completed mapping connections to private 31 S5.C.4.b.ii N/A storm sewers in accordance with S5.C.4.b.ii? (Required by August 1, 2023) Developed an electronic format for mapping, 32 S5.C.4.c N/A with fully described mapping standards in accordance with S5.C.4.c? (Required by August 1, 2021) Illicit Discharges Detection and Elimination SWM utilizes its Public Informed public employees, businesses, and the Education and Outreach general public of hazards associated with illicit Program to inform staff, discharges and improper disposal of waste. residents, and businesses Describe actions in Comments field. about hazards associated with illicit discharges. Examples of 33 S5.C.5.b outreach methods used include: e-newsletters, staff training, public workshops, a spill kit program for multicultural businesses, annual business inspections, mailings, and participation in regional campaigns. Implemented an ordinance or other regulatory 34 S5.C.5.c Y mechanism to effectively prohibit non- stormwater, illicit discharges. Implemented procedures for conducting illicit 35 S5.C.5.d.i Y discharge investigations in accordance with S5.C.3.c.i. Page 6of13 IN 2021 NPDES Annual Report City of Federal Way The City utilizes the Federal Cite field screening methodology. Way Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Field Procedures and Response Plan, which references the following two guidance documents: Illicit Discharge 35a S5.C.5.d.i Detection and Elimination: A Guidance Manual for Program Development and Technical Assessments, Center for Watershed Protection; and, the Illicit Connection and Illicit Discharge Field Screening and Source Tracing Guidance Manual, King County, Herrera. Percentage of MS4 coverage area screened in 36 S5.C.5.d.i 43% reporting year per S5.C.5.d.i. (Required to screen 12% on average each year.) The percent of MS4 screened Cite field screening techniques used to was calculated by dividing the determine percent of MS4 screened. 36a S5.C.5.d.i number of catch basins inspected by the total number of catch basins. Percentage of total MS4 screened from permit 37 S5.C.5.d.i 100% issuance through the end of the reporting year. The spill reporting hotline is Describe how you publicized a hotline telephone publicized on the City's number for public reporting of spills and other website and through the illicit discharges in the Comments field. monthly e-newsletter. On 38 S5.C.5.d.ii December 15, 2020 the City also rolled out an app called SeeClickFix that allows the public to report issues in the City right from their phones. Implemented an ongoing illicit discharge training 39 S5.C.5.d.iii y program for all municipal field staff. Implemented an ongoing program to 40 S5.C.5.e y characterize, trace, and eliminate illicit discharges into the MS4 per S5.C.5.e. Municipal illicit discharge detection staff trained 41 S5.C.5.f y to conduct illicit discharge detection and elimination activities as described in S5.C.5.f. Page 7of13 17 2021 NPDES Annual Report City of Federal Way Attach a report with data describing the actions taken to characterize, trace, and eliminate each illicit discharge reported to, or investigated by, 42 S5.C.3.d.iv Attachment 8 the Permittee as described in S5.C.5.g. The submittal must include all of the applicable information and must follow the instructions, timelines, and format described in Appendix 12. Controlling Runoff from New Development, Redevelopment, and Construction Sites Implemented an ordinance or other enforceable S5.C.6.b. mechanism to effectively address runoff from 43 i-iii Y new development, redevelopment, and construction sites. Revised ordinance or other enforceable mechanism to effectively address runoff from 44 S5. N/A new development, redevelopment, and i-iii -iii construction sites per the requirements of S5.C.6.b.i-iii. (Required by June 30, 2022.) Cite code reference. S5.C.6.b. FWRC 16.20.010 codifies the 44a King County Surface Water i-iii Design Manual Number of adjustments granted to the minimum 45 S5.C.6.b.i 0 requirements in Appendix 1. Number of exceptions/variances granted to the 46 S5.C.6.b.i 0 minimum requirements in Appendix 1. Reviewed Stormwater Site Plans for all proposed 47 S5.C.6.c.i Y development activities that meet the thresholds adopted pursuant to S5.C.6.b.i. Number of site plans reviewed during the 47a S5.C.6.c.i 113 reporting period. Inspected, prior to clearing and construction, permitted development sites that have a high potential for sediment transport as determined 48 S5.C.6.c.ii Y through plan review based on definitions and requirements in Appendix 7 — Determining Construction Site Sediment Damage Potential? If no, inspected prior to clearing and 48a S5.C.6.c.ii N/A construction, all construction sites meeting the minimum thresholds? Inspected permitted development sites during construction to verify proper installation and 49 S5.C.6.c.iii Y maintenance of required erosion and sediment controls per S5.C.6.c.iii. Page 8of13 18 2021 NPDES Annual Report City of Federal Way Number of construction sites inspected per 49a S5.C.6.c.iii 532 S5.C.6.c.iii. Inspected stormwater treatment and flow control BMPs/facilities and catch basins in new 49b S5.C.6.c.iv Y residential developments every 6 months per S5.C.6.c.iv? Inspected all permitted development sites upon completion of construction and prior to final 50 S5.C.6.c.v Y approval or occupancy to ensure proper installation of permanent stormwater facilities. Verified a maintenance plan is completed and responsibility for maintenance is assigned for 51 S5.C.6.c.v Y projects prior to final approval and occupancy being granted. Number of enforcement actions taken during S5.C.6.c. the reporting period (based on construction 52 viii 3 phase inspections at new development and redevelopment projects per S5.C.6.c.ii-iv). Achieved at least 80% of scheduled 53 S5.C.6.c.vi Y construction -related inspections. Made Ecology's Construction Stormwater General Permit Notice of Intent and the 54 S5.C.6.d Y Industrial Stormwater General Permit Notice of Intent available to representatives of proposed new development and redevelopment? All staff whose primary job duties are implementing the program to control stormwater runoff from new development, 55 S5.C.6.e Y redevelopment, and construction sites, including permitting, plan review, construction site inspections, and enforcement, are trained to conduct these activities? Operations and Maintenance Implemented maintenance standards that are as protective, or more protective, of facility function than those specified in the Stormwater 56 S5.C.7.a Y Management Manual for Western Washington or a Phase I program approved by Ecology per S5.C.7.a? Updated maintenance standards specified in the 57 S5.C.7.a N/A Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington per S5.C.7.a? (Required by June 30, 2022) Page 9of13 19 2021 NPDES Annual Report City of Federal Way Applied a maintenance standard for a facility or facilities which do not have maintenance standards specified in the Stormwater 58 S5.C.7.a Y; Modular Wetlands Management Manual for Western Washington? If so, note in the Comments field what kinds of facilities are covered by this alternative standard. Verified that maintenance was performed per the schedule in S5.C.7.a.ii, when an inspection 59 S5.C.5.a.ii N identified an exceedance of the maintenance standard. Attach documentation of maintenance time 59a S5.C.7.a.ii Attachment 9 frame exceedances that were beyond the Permittee's control. Implemented an ordinance, or other S5.(.a enforceable mechanisms, to verify long-term 60 j.b.i Y operation and maintenance of stormwater treatment and flow control BMPs/facilities regulated by the Permittee? Annually inspected stormwater treatment and 61 S5.C.7.b.i Y flow control BMPs/facilities regulated by the (b) Permittee? S5.C.7.b.i If using reduced inspection frequency for the 61a N/A first time during this permit cycle, attach (b) documentation. Achieved at least 80% of scheduled inspections 62 S5.C.7.b.ii Y to verify adequate long-term O&M. Annually inspected all municipally owned or 63 S5.C.7.c.i Y operated stormwater treatment and flow control BMPs/facilities? Number of known stormwater treatment and 63a S5.C.7.c.i 522 flow control BMPs/facilities owned or operated by the Permittee. Number of facilities inspected during the 63b S5.C.7.c.i 418 reporting period. Number of facilities for which maintenance was 63c S5.C.7.c.i 351 performed during the reporting period. If using reduced inspection frequency for the 64 S5.C.7.c.i N/A first time during this permit cycle, attach documentation. Conducted spot checks and inspections, if 65 S5.C.7.c.ii Y necessary, of potentially damaged stormwater facilities after major storms. Inspected catch basins owned or operated by 66 S5.C.7.c.iii Y the Permittee every two years or used an alternative approach? Page 10 of 13 20 2021 NPDES Annual Report City of Federal Way Number of known catch basins? 66a S5.C.7.c.iii 12,762 Number of catch basins inspected during the 66b S5.C.7.c.iii 5,448 reporting period? Number of catch basins cleaned during the 66c S5.C.7.c.iii 1,519 reporting period? Attach documentation of alternative catch basin 67 S5.C.7.c.iii N/A cleaning approach, if used. (S5.C.5.d.i or ii) Implemented practices, policies, and procedures to reduce stormwater impacts associated with 68 S5.C.7.d Y runoff from all lands owned or maintained by the Permittee, and road maintenance activities under the functional control of the Permittee. Documented practices, policies, and procedures to reduce stormwater impacts associated with 69 S5.C.7.d N/A runoff from all lands owned or maintained by the Permittee, and road maintenance activities under the functional control of the Permittee. (Required by December 31, 2022) 69a S5.C.7.d N/A Cite documentation in Comments field. Implemented an ongoing training program for Permittee employees whose primary 70 S5.C.7.e Y construction, operations, or maintenance job functions may impact stormwater quality. Implemented a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) for all heavy equipment maintenance or storage yards, and material 71 S5.C.7.f Y storage facilities owned or operated by the Permittee in areas subject to this Permit that are not required to have coverage under an NPDES permit that covers stormwater discharges associated with the activity. Updated, if needed, SWPPPs according to 72 S5.C.7.f Y S5.C.7.f no later than December 31, 2022. Source Control Program for Existing Development *Questions 73-74a are required by August 1, 2022 Adopted ordinance(s), or other enforceable documents, requiring the application of source 73 S5.C.8.b.i N/A control BMPs for pollutant generating sources associated with existing land uses and activities per S5.C.8.b.i. Cite ordinance in Comments field. Established an inventory of sites for source 74 S5.C.8.b.ii N/A control inspections per S5.C.8.b.ii. Page 11 of 13 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report City of Federal Way Number of total sites identified for the 74a S5.C.8.b.ii N/A inventory. *Questions 75 — 79 are required by January 1, 2023 Implemented an inspection program per 75 S5.C.8.b.iii N/A S5.C.8.b.iii. Implemented a progressive enforcement policy 76 S5.C.8.b.iv N/A per S5.C.8.b.iv. S5.C.8.b. Attach a summary of actions taken to implement 77 N/A the source control program per S5.C.8.b.iii and iii-iv S5.C.8.b.iv. Attach a list of inspections, per S5.C.8.b.iii, 78 S5.C.8.b.iii N/A organized by business category, noting the number of times each business was inspected and if enforcement actions were taken. Implemented an ongoing source control training 79 S5.C.8.b.v N/A program per S5.C.8.b.v? Compliance with Total Maximum Daily Load Requirements Complied with the Total Maximum Daily Load 80 S7.A N/A (TMDL)-specific requirements identified in Appendix 2. List any requirements that were not met. 80a S7.A N/A For TMDLs listed in Appendix 2: Attach a summary of relevant SWMP and Appendix 2 81 S7.A N/A activities to address the applicable TMDL parameter(s). Monitoring and Assessment Submitted payment for cost -sharing for Stormwater Action Monitoring (SAM) status and 82 S8.A.1 Y trends monitoring no later than December 1, 2019; and no later than August 15 of each subsequent year. Notified Ecology by December 1, 2019, which 83 S8.A.2 Y option you selected: S8.A.2.a or S8.A.2.b. Submitted payment for cost -sharing for SAM effectiveness and source identification studies 84 S8.B.1 Y no later than December 1, 2019; and no later than August 15 of each subsequent year. Notified Ecology by December 1, 2019, which 85 S8.13.2 Y option you selected: S8.B.2.a or S8.13.2.b. Page 12 of 13 PlIp" 2021 NPDES Annual Report City of Federal Way If conducting stormwater discharge monitoring 86 S8.C.1.b N/A in accordance with S8.C.1, submitted a QAPP to Ecology no later than February 1, 2020? If conducting stormwater discharge monitoring in accordance with S8.C.1, attach a data and 87 S8.C.1 N/A analysis report per S8.C.1 and Appendix 9. (Due annually beginning March 31, 2021) General Conditions and Compliance with Standards Notified Ecology in accordance with G3 of any discharge into or from the Permittee's MS4 88 G3 Y which could constitute a threat to human health, welfare, or the environment. Took appropriate action to correct or minimize 89 G3.A Y the threat to human health, welfare, and/or the environment, per G3.A. Notified Ecology within 30 days of becoming aware that a discharge from the Permittee's 90 S4.F.1 Y MS4 caused or contributed to a known or likely violation of water quality standards in the receiving water. If requested, submitted an Adaptive 91 S4.F.3.a N/A Management Resp59aonse report in accordance with S4.F.3.a. Attach a summary of the status of implementation of any actions taken pursuant 92 S4.F.3.d N/A to S4.F.3 and the status of any monitoring, assessment, or evaluation efforts conducted during the reporting period. Notified Ecology of the failure to comply with 93 G20 Y permit terms and conditions within 30 days of becoming aware of the non-compliance. 1; exceedance of timeframe Number of non-compliance notifications (G20) 94 G20 for maintenance of catch provided in reporting year. List permit basins (S5.C.7.a.ii — See conditions described in non-compliance Attachment 9) notification(s) in the Comments field. Page 13 of 13 23 Exhibit B Page 1 of 2 FINAL May 27, 2020 LEGAL DESCRIPTION AREA TO BE ANNEXED THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 9 AND THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 10, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 4 EAST, WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN, KING COUNTY, STATE OF WASHINGTON, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE EAST MARGIN OF 32ND AVENUE SOUTH AND THE NORTH MARGIN OF SOUTH 320TH STREET; THENCE ALONG SAID EAST MARGIN, NORTH 02°08'28" EAST, 1,251.64 FEETTO A POINT OF CURVATURE OF THE NORTH MARGIN OF SOUTH 316TH STREET; THENCE WESTERLY AT RIGHT ANGLES, NORTH 87°51'32" WEST, 60.00 FEETTO THE WESTERLY MARGIN OF SAID 32ND AVENUE SOUTH; THENCE SOUTH 02°08'28" WEST, 55.71 FEET ALONG SAID WESTERLY MARGIN TO THE NORTH LINE OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SOUTHEAST QUARTER; THENCE NORTH 88°20'05" WEST ALONG SAID NORTH LINE, 656.94 FEETTO THE EAST MARGIN OF PRIMARY STATE HIGHWAY NO. 5; THENCE SOUTH 16°42'28" WEST, 528.49 FEET ALONG SAID EAST MARGIN; THENCE SOUTH 14°33'46" EAST, 714.61 FEET ALONG SAID EAST MARGIN TO THE NORTH MARGIN OF SAID SOUTH 320TH STREET; THENCE ALONG SAID NORTH MARGIN, SOUTH 88°20'47" EAST, 644.46 FEETTO THE TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. 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In Washington, the NPDES-delegated authority is the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology). Since the City of Federal Way (City) operates a small municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) that serves less than 100,000 people, it is designated as a "Phase II" community and must comply with Ecology's NPDES Western Washington Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permit (Permit). The first Permit was issued to the City in 2007, and the current, updated Permit was issued in July 2019 and became effective as of August 1, 2019. The Permit allows municipalities to discharge stormwater runoff from the MS4 into the State's water bodies (e.g., streams, rivers, lakes, wetlands, Puget Sound, etc.) as long as municipalities implement measures to protect water quality to the "maximum extent practicable" through the application of best management practices (BMPs). These required practices, specified in the Permit, are outlined in and implemented through the City's Stormwater Management Program Plan (SWMP). Permit Section S5.A.2 requires that the City detail "activities for the upcoming calendar year" in order to meet Permit requirements. These activities are documented within the SWMP and organized according to the following program components as outlined in the Permit: • Stormwater Planning (S5.C.1) • Public Education and Outreach (S5.C.2) • Public Involvement and Participation (S5.C.3) • MS4 Mapping and Documentation (S5.C.4) • Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (S5.C.5) • Controlling Runoff from New Development, Redevelopment, and Construction Sites (S5.C.6) • Operations and Maintenance (S5.C.7) • Source Control Program for Existing Development (S5.C.8) • Monitoring and Assessment (S8) The goal of the SWMP is to apply all known and reasonable technologies (AKART) to reduce the discharge of pollutants into area receiving waters, protect surface waters from water quality degradation, and conserve aquatic ecosystems. NOTE: In 2020, many Permit -required activities were affected by the covid-19 global pandemic and stay at home/social distancing policies that occurred as a result of the crisis. Notes are made throughout this Plan Update to identify which programs were affected or suspended due to covid-19. The majority of programs were deemed essential under covid-19 policies and were thus unaffected, such as infrastructure inspections and maintenance, development services, and IDDE and source control inspections. 26 Page 1 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way Stormwater Planning The Surface Water Management (SWM) Division began preparing for the new Stormwater Planning Program Permit requirements by including the applicable milestones and deadlines in the SWM Comprehensive Plan update, completed by Herrera Environmental Consultants (Herrera) in 2019. SWM looks forward to expanding its stormwater planning efforts to better address high priority sub - basins in Federal Way and develop actionable steps for improving watershed health in the community. S5.C.1.a: Convene an Inter -disciplinary Team for the Stormwater Planning Program Development of an inter -disciplinary team was required as part of the Low Impact Development (LID) code review and revision process for the 2013-2019 Permit. This inter -disciplinary team also provided feedback during the Surface Water Management (SWM) Comprehensive Plan kickoff meeting in 2018. In 2020, SWM staff reviewed the inter -disciplinary team membership and convened the first team meeting to discuss Stormwater Planning Program efforts. SS.C.1.b: Coordinate with Long -Range Plan Updates to Address Water Quality In 2020, SWM staff began an analysis of coordination with long-range planning efforts during the 2013-2019 permit cycle. This analysis will be completed in 2021 by the March 31 deadline. SS.C.1.c: Continue Requiring LID Principles and BMPs When Updating City Codes & Standards Per the 2013-2019 Permit requirement, the following documents and code were reviewed for the initial LID code review in 2016: • Federal Way Revised Code (FWRC) • King County Stormwater Design Manual (KCSWDM) • Federal Way Addendum to KCSWDM • Table 1 Development Standards (2015 Development Standards Manual) • King County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Manual • LID Manual Puget Sound The City's Development Services Division continues to review and revise Development Standards in accordance with LID principles, and in 2020 worked to revise the standards for municipal roadway cross - sections to align with LID standards. SWM will continue to work with Development Services in 2021 to update, as needed, stormwater infrastructure design and BMP standards. S5.C.1.d.i: Document and Assess Receiving Waters and Create a Watershed Inventory In 2019, Herrera prepared a Basin Characterization Technical Memorandum as part of the SWM Comprehensive Plan update. This Memorandum will be reviewed and revised as needed in 2021 to meet the watershed inventory reporting requirement due in early 2022. 27 Page 2 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way S5.C.1.d.ii: Develop and Implement a Receiving Water Prioritization Method and Process In 2019, Herrera also began preparing a Receiving Water Prioritization Method and Process as part of the SWM Comprehensive Plan update. Concurrent with the Basin Characterization Technical Memorandum (to be finalized in late 2021), this framework will be updated as needed to meet Permit requirements, and will be submitted prior to the June 2022 deadline. S5.C.1.d.iii: Develop a Stormwater Management Action Plan (SMAP) for at Least One High Priority Catchment Area Upon completion of the Basin Characterization Technical Memorandum and Receiving Water Prioritization Framework, the City will identify one high priority catchment area for which a Stormwater Management Action Plan (SMAP) will be developed in 2022, and submitted by the March 2023 deadline. 28 Page 3 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way Public Education and Outreach The Surface Water Management Division (SWM) provides ongoing public education and outreach designed to reduce and eliminate behaviors and practices that cause or contribute to adverse stormwater impacts. SWM staff utilizes a variety of approaches to inform targeted audiences about stormwater issues and provides specific actions people can follow to minimize stormwater pollution. S5.C.2.a.i-ii: Implement an Education and Outreach Program to Build General Awareness and Affect Behavior Change for the Area Served by the City's MS4 A summary of educational activities that occurred in 2020 and that are scheduled for 2021 is provided as follows: • Continue to make improvements to the Storming the Sound with Salmon (SSS) Program. In 2019, staff worked with Federal Way Public Schools (FWPS) to research the feasibility of developing a meaningful, age -appropriate experience for high school students that could serve as a culminating experience for the SSS program. Due to constraints on staff capacity at FWPS and shifting priorities due to covid-19, this project is on hiatus for the near future. SWM continues to work closely with FWPS and will look for other opportunities to institute a high school level learning experience. Continue to sponsor the salmon release event in the spring for the SSS program and make meaningful changes to the program's implementation. Although tanks were set up, and salmon eggs were distributed to participating schools to enable classroom implementation of their SSS curriculum, the 2019/2020 school year SSS program and release event were cancelled and is cancelled for the 2020/2021 school year. Under online learning and social distancing requirements, there is no one available to maintain the tanks and raise the fry. SWM Staff released the fry in April 2020 to the West Hylebos Creek. Tank cleanings were performed by SWM staff in summer 2020 at each school to ensure tanks and equipment are properly maintained and stored during the program's hiatus. In fall 2021, planning will resume for the 2021-22 school year. In spring 2022, the release event will be a grade -level experience for all 4tn graders, as intended by the new curriculum developed in 2019. This improvement will allow staff to have more control over the educational station content, make it more age appropriate, and better aligned with Next Generation Science Standards. • Continue to partner with the Environmental Coalition of South Seattle (ECOSS) to provide stormwater education and free spill kits to businesses in the automotive and restaurant industries. ECOSS provides stormwater inspection support, customized spill plans, and spill response training for managers and employees. In 2020, SWM targeted outreach to businesses with a high potential for generating stormwater pollutants and are prone to spills, such as restaurants and automotive support service businesses. ECOSS also provided training in multiple languages to employees for whom English is a learned language to better implement spill kit awareness. In 2021, SWM staff will 29 Page 4 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way continue utilizing the annual Spill Analysis to inform which businesses to select for future participation in the ECOSS program based on potential for, or known history of, prohibited discharges and/or spill events. • Continue to produce e-newsletters and other publications that address a variety of topics on pollution prevention and general awareness of stormwater related issues. SWM continues to contribute to a shared monthly e-newsletter with the City's Solid Waste Division. This has enabled SWM to reach a wider audience, and to provide more time -sensitive information related to upcoming events and Permit -related issues. • Continue to sponsor stormwater and environmental related workshops. In 2020, the City's Green Living Workshop Program went virtual in an effort to engage a wider audience and increase accessibility to the workshops during the covid-19 pandemic. In 2020, there were eleven workshops hosted in collaboration with the Solid Waste & Recycling Division on topics such as trellis gardening, composting, and noxious weeds. The participation in the virtual platform was substantially increased over the in -person workshops. As a result, the City plans to continue holding the Green Living Workshops virtually past the covid-19 pandemic restrictions. • Although suspended in 2020 due to covid-19, the free car wash kit check out program at City Hall will hopefully be resumed in fall 2021. SWM will continue to encourage the use of charity car wash ticket programs and other alternative fundraising options, but kits will still be available if requested. • In 2020, SWM staff was able to staff a table at the Mayor's State of the City address in February 2020. After March, staff was unable to provide general stormwater outreach to residents at Federal Way Farmer's Markets and other free community events such as Kids Day and Shakespeare in the Park at Steel Lake Park. These events will also likely be cancelled until fall 2021 due to covid-19 and social distancing policies. SWM Staff is working to identify other opportunities for small group outreach in 2021. • Although suspended in 2020, SWM staff will continue to provide educational markers for installation near catch basins that drain to the City's MS4 in 2021. The markers inform the public that the storm drains discharge to local waterways. Additionally, in 2021 SWM will continue using volunteers to map where curb markers exist within the " City and in what condition they are in. • In 2021, SWM will continue promoting the Scoop the Poop message online and at community events, and will continue to look for opportunities to expand the program. A. Federal Way • Continue to partner with Solid Waste & Recycling Division staff to initiate Social Media Marketing efforts in 2021, which consists of post s��<<srrece submissions to the City's Facebook page and a monthly Constant Contact e-newsletter. SWM will use the posts to reach a broader segment of the City's residents, and to advertise events, promote programs, and post related news and events from other sources to increase awareness of stormwater related issues. 30 Page 5 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way • Continue to expand the number of education and outreach materials offered in languages besides English. In 2020, SWM began advertising the SWMP public input meeting in both English and Spanish for the first time, and made interpreters available upon request. In 2021, advertising for the SWMP public comment period will continue in both English and Spanish, and expansion to other primary languages in Federal Way —including Ukrainian, Korean, and Vietnamese —is being explored. In 2020, SWM staff partnered with the City's Arts Commission and the Diversity Commission to initiate Phase I of the Storm Drain ArtWalk Project. The goal of the project is to use public art around storm drains to increase education and awareness about the role of storm drains in our community. SWM Staff also partnered with Parks Department to develop a mapped walking path based on the storm drain art installations to help promote the program and provide a fun outdoor activity. The initial phase of the project involved recruiting local artists to paint stormwater-themed murals on 4-6 storm drains within the "downtown core" of Federal Way. SWM Staff received seven submissions but had to put the program on hold due to concerns with installation and our ability to maintain social distancing requirements for the artists and the public. In 2021, SWM Staff will resume the program and plans for art installation in August 2021. Continue to implement the Paint the Plow program in collaboration with the two Boys & Girls Club Centers in Federal Way. In 2020, the program was implemented for the first time in order to engage young artists in creating stormwater-themed messages and artwork on two City snow plow blades. S5.C.2.a.iii: Provide and Advertise Stewardship Opportunities • In 2019 SWM staff implemented a new Stream Team program. Two volunteer trainings were held during the fall, and volunteers began regular water quality monitoring in October of 2019. Due to covid-19 policies, volunteers discontinued monitoring in 2020 as City Hall was inaccessible to the public and kits were checked out for sample dates and then returned. SWM will resume monitoring during the 2021 wet weather season and are revamping the program for long-term check- out of the kits to Stream Team members who continue to be active in the program. Trainings for new volunteers are slated to be held fall 2021. At present staff are planning for in person training as well as a virtual workshop. 31 Page 6 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way • In 2019 the City partnered with the Lake Observations by Citizen Scientists & Satellites (LOCSS) program, run by the University of Washington, University of North Caroline Chapel Hill and NASA, to install two lake level gauges in Federal Way. The gauges were installed at Steel Lake and North Lake. The goal of the program is to use citizen scientists to better understand how and why lake levels change over time. In 2020 citizen scientists reported lake level data a total of 297 times between the two sites (76 North Lake; 221 Steel Lake), compared with a combined total of 156 in 2019. In 2021 the gauges will remain in place and data will continue to be collected. • Although suspended in 2020 due to covid-19, SWM plans to host volunteer events in late 2021 that encourage public participation in stewardship activities, if possible within safety guidelines. Activities may include storm drain marking, storm drain marker mapping, removing invasive plants species, planting native vegetation, and removing garbage and debris from local waterbodies. 32 Page 7 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way Public Involvement & Participation The City encourages the public and interested parties to participate in the decision -making process involving the development and implementation of NPDES Permit related activities and programs. S5.C.3.a: Create Opportunities for the Public to Participate in the Development, Implementation, and Update of the City's SMAP and SWMP Opportunities for public participation in the development of the SWMP include the following in 2021: • Feb. 1— Mar. 1, 2021: Public comment period on the City's Storm Water Management Program (SWMP) Plan advertised through the City's website and e-newsletters; • March 1, 2021: Land Use and Transportation Committee meeting (virtual); • March 16, 2021: City Council meeting (virtual). The Council reviews the programmatic and policy changes proposed under the SWMP and allows public comment on all agenda items. Opportunities for public participation in the development of the SMAP will be considered and planned by the inter -disciplinary team convened in summer 2020. SS.C.3.b: Post the SWMP Plan and Annual Report on the City's Website • The City's Surface Water Management webpage displays the updated SWMP and the Annual Report. Opportunity for public comment and participation is made possible via e-mail year-round. 33 Page 8 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way MS4 Mapping and Documentation The City of Federal Way works to maintain the most up to date and accurate maps possible with regards to the City, the MS4, and private connections into the MS4. These maps assist with operations and maintenance of the stormwater system, private and public stormwater system inspections, IDDE source tracing and identification, and mitigating potential downstream impacts of stormwater pollution. S5.C.4.a: Maintain Ongoing Mapping Data In 2020, SWM performed routine updates to the MS4 mapping based on findings from the City's Video Inspection Program, new development or redevelopment as-builts, and field verifications from utility locates. These efforts will be continued in 2021. SS.C.4.b: Update Outfall Mapping & Complete Mapping of All Known Connections from the MS4 to Privately Owned Stormwater Systems Outfall inspections aimed at updating classifications (primary/secondary) and improving map accuracy were started in September 2018 and completed in 2019. Results were forwarded to GIS staff for inclusion in mapping updates in 2019, and were completed in 2020. Missing information on outfall size and material was collected in 2020, and added to GIS to ensure comprehensive infrastructure mapping. In 2021, SWM will begin verifying all mapped connection points from the MS4 to privately owned stormwater systems in GIS. New, private stormwater infrastructure is updated in GIS on an ongoing basis, ensuring the most complete and up to date map at any given time. Mapping updates are noted for action by SWM staff when undocumented infrastructure is found through the source control, IDDE, and private commercial site program inspections. Additionally, any new development or construction that connects a private system to the public MS4 is mapped when the as-builts are submitted to SWM staff from the Development Services Division. SS.C.4.c: Utilize Electronic Format for Mapping The City has utilized GIS data and mapping since 1997. The City continues to use ESRI ArcGIS (Enterprise 10.6.1, Desktop 10.6.1, Pro 2.4.3) and AutoDesk AutoCAD (2019, Civil 3D 2019) for electronic mapping. In 2021, SWM staff will begin documenting mapping standards, nomenclature, and processes to ensure fully described mapping standards are in place by the August 1, 2021 deadline. SS.C.4.d-e: Provide Mapping Information, Upon Request, to Ecology, Indian Tribes, Municipalities, and Other Permittees Mapping requests from the public, Ecology, Indian Tribes, Municipalities, and Other Permittees are met on an ongoing basis. 34 Page 9 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way Illicit Discharge Detection & Elimination Federal Way maintains a robust Illicit Discharge Detection & Elimination (IDDE) Program designed to prevent, detect, characterize, trace, and eliminate illicit connections and illicit discharges into the MS4. S5.C.5.a: Include Procedures for Identifying, Reporting, Correcting, and Removing Illicit Discharges and Illicit Connections in the IDDE Program In 2020, the SWM Water Quality Section continued to update, as needed, the City's IDDE Field Procedures and Response Plan (Plan) that outlines procedures for identifying, reporting, correcting, and removing illicit discharges and illicit connections. In late 2018, the Plan was updated to include more consistent and timely enforcement measures to facilitate compliance and correct illicit discharges and corrections. In 2021, updates continue to be made to the enforcement sections of the Plan to include an abatement policy for sites that require immediate corrective action, or are continually noncompliant. In 2021 SWM will integrate illicit discharge procedures and development code violations for failed erosion control measures into one action. S5.C.5.b: Inform Public Employees, Businesses, and the General Public about the Hazards Associated with Illicit Discharges and Improper Disposal of Waste In 2020, SWM staff worked to expand education and outreach efforts to multiple stakeholders regarding the various hazards associated with illicit discharges and improper disposal of waste. In 2021, SWM staff will continue to review and revise these efforts, which include: • Utilizing the updated IDDE Field Procedures and Response Plan for all incoming public employees to introduce them to the program and orient them with City procedures for investigating, identifying, enforcing, and eliminating illicit discharges and illicit connections; • Increasing the volume of technical assistance letters that are issued as a result of IDDE and source control investigations where the potential for prohibited discharges exist. These letters contain information about City Code regarding prohibited discharges, City enforcement policies and procedures if prohibited discharges do occur, and information regarding operational and structural BM Ps that can assist with prohibited discharge prevention; • Placing educational stickers on dumpsters during routine source control site inspections that remind businesses and multi -family housing establishments to close their dumpster lids to avoid leachate and other prohibited discharges; • Emphasizing the harmful effects of stormwater pollution when presenting to the general public at Farmer's Market booths and other local tabling events (to be resumed potentially in 2021, but likely in summer 2022), and providing educational materials to citizens about residential BMPs, such as vehicle washing and proper pet waste disposal, and notifying them about City and County programs, such as the City's car wash kits and King County's hazardous waste disposal resources; 35 Page 10 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way • Educating participants in the City's Stream Team Program about the hazards of illicit discharges during the initial classroom training for inclusion in the program (to be resumed in fall 2021); and • Conducting education and outreach about illicit discharges through the Environmental Coalition of South Seattle (ECOSS) program that assists private businesses in the City with implementing and maintaining spill prevention and elimination procedures and spill kits. Furthermore, in 2020 an internal Public Works Department Communications team began working to engage the general public in understanding what work the Public Works Department does in the community and also create more visible and accessible modes for citizens to report issues found within the City, including illicit discharges. In December 2020, the City launched SeeClickFix, a mobile app that allows the public to easily report issues (including spills or other water quality issues) directly from their phone. In 2021, the Public Works Communications team will continue to collaborate with the IT Department to discuss the marketing of the app to the public and also embrace a variety of additional communication strategies. S5.C.5.c: Implement an Ordinance or Other Enforceable Mechanism to Prohibit Illicit Discharges into the City's MS4 City Ordinance 09-619 prohibits non-stormwater discharges into the City's MS4, and Federal Way Revised Code (FWRC) Chapter 16.50 lists prohibited, allowable, and conditional discharges into Federal Way waters and storm drainage systems. Examples of illicit discharges include trash, food wastes, construction materials, petroleum products, sewage, paint, pesticides, fertilizers, soap, and sediment. The SWM Water Quality Section implements escalating enforcement procedures and actions pursuant to those outlined in FWRC Chapter 1.15. In 2020, SWM continued implementing the enforcement procedures that were updated in late 2018 to achieve more efficient compliance. These measures include enforcement of monetary penalties for violators that continually fail to comply. In 2020, SWM staff drafted an abatement procedure into the enforcement section of its IDDE program to further assist with compliance, which will be finalized and approved in 2021. SS.C.S.d-e: Implement an Ongoing Program to Detect, Identify, and Address Illicit Discharges, Including Spills and Illicit Connections, into the City's MS4 In 2020, the City met the Permit requirement for screening at least 40 percent of the City's stormwater system for illicit connections through recurring source control inspections, video inspections, and stormwater facility inspections. This program is ongoing, and in 2021 SWM staff will: • Continue to inspect private commercial stormwater systems that discharge into the City's MS4 to ensure maintenance complies with standards outlined in the Permit. SWM Staff incorporates an education and outreach program into the commercial site inspection program. This component provides advance notice and site -specific information of stormwater systems to property owners and their representatives. In addition, the outreach program provides information on BMPs targeted to each site's commercial activities and land use. In 2020, SWM staff continued to emphasize source control best practices, both operational and structural, to help commercial property owners better understand how to prevent prohibited discharges on both a short- and long-term basis. This year, staff will work to incorporate more feedback mechanisms from property owners and managers to 36 Page 11 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way ensure outreach methods and materials are accessible and effective, and will use the collected data to update outreach efforts for commercial sites. • Continue to collect and analyze data on commercial site inspection results, enforcement actions, water quality violations, and compliance timelines to better inform commercial site and source control inspections. In 2018, data was collected and analyzed for the 2013-18 Permit Cycle, to prioritize sites for future inspection. The data includes land use, compliance history, and pollution risks associated with each site. In 2019, this analysis was updated to include the first half of 2019 to create a complete 2013-19 Permit Cycle evaluation. In 2020, this analysis was updated yet again to create a comprehensive, multi -year analysis that will continue to be updated annually. • Continue to utilize this annual data analysis to evaluate hot spots in the City for illicit discharges, as the analysis is broken down by type of discharge, drainage basin, and year. The results of this analysis will continue to be used in 2021 to assist staff in identifying seasonal and/or geographic trends in repeated water quality violations. This analysis, coupled with the evaluation of enforcement actions and compliance timelines, will allow SWM Staff to better target outreach and technical assistance efforts to reduce common illicit discharges. • Continue to use NPDESPro, a web -based data management platform, to report illicit discharges and connections, track staff response logs, and document enforcement actions. In spring 2020, staff finalized the initial phase of data migration and staff training for the Water Quality Section and Surface Water Inspectors. Following this start-up period, SWM staff began utilizing NPDESPro for recordkeeping and reporting on private commercial site inspections, IDDE inspections, and source control inspections. In 2021, SWM staff will draft and approve a multi -year contract with NPDESPro and adopt Version 3.0 of the platform. SS.C.S. : Provide IDDE Staff Training SWM staff will continue to provide annual training to all City of Federal Way field staff and police personnel in the identification of illicit discharges and notification to appropriate authorities. Additionally, all maintenance personnel, SWM Water Quality staff, and SWM Inspectors are trained annually in spill response and first responder hazard awareness. SWM staff will continue to review field procedures for identifying, tracing, reporting, and documenting all reported illicit discharges. In 2019, SWM staff developed a training document and reporting procedure for South King Fire & Rescue (SKFR) staff in regards to illicit discharges resulting from firefighting activities. In 2020, SWM staff reviewed and updated primary training materials to emphasize proper notification procedures regarding illicit discharges. In 2021, SWM staff will further explore a "Train the Trainer" model for providing training to Police and Fire personnel. SS.C.S.a: Track and Maintain Records of IDDE Program Activities In 2020, SWM staff began utilizing NPDESPro to track and record all reported water quality violations. Associated documents, including photographs, site maps, correspondence, legal actions, and final resolution are housed in the Surface Water Management network drive. Commercial site inspections and source control inspections are also tracked in NPDESPro, and active construction sites are tracked through the City's permitting system, AMANDA. In 2019, Public Works Inspectors began tracking interim TESC inspections of active construction sites within VUEWorks. In 2021, SWM staff will continue utilizing NPDESPro for all recordkeeping activities associated with IDDE investigations, private commercial site inspections, and source control inspections. 37 Page 12 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way Controlling Runoff from New Development, Redevelopment, & Construction Sites Construction site run-off is a major contributor to water quality degradation in the greater Puget Sound region. To address this issue, the City adopted the current King County Stormwater Design Manual and the City of Federal Way Addendum in 2016. Changes were made to development -related standards in 2016 to make Low Impact Development (LID) the preferred and commonly used approach in site development. S5.C.6.a-b: Implement an Ordinance or Other Enforceable Mechanism to Address Runoff from New Development, Redevelopment, and Construction Sites Federal Way Public Works Development Standards (codified under FWRC 19.135.130), and the King County Stormwater Design Manual (as amended and adopted under City Ordinance 16-828), include minimum requirements for stormwater design and construction for the protection of water quality and the reduction of pollutant discharge. S5.C.6.c: Apply a Permitting Process with Site Plan Review, Inspection, and Enforcement Capability for New Development, Redevelopment, and Construction Sites In 2021, the Public Works Development Services Division will continue to implement the City's permitting process, including civil/site plan review and approval for compliance with City of Federal Way standards. In 2020, plan review went virtual due to remote work conditions. This will continue through 2021. Public projects in the right-of-way that trigger local permits will also continue to be reviewed by internal stormwater engineers. During construction, Public Works staff will continue to conduct weekly site inspections to ensure implementation of proper temporary erosion and sediment control (TESC) BMPs. City inspectors have the authority to enforce TESC standards for both private and public projects in order to reduce pollutants in stormwater runoff to the MS4 and surface waters that originate from new development, redevelopment, and construction site activities. SW M staff will also continue reviewing and approving Spill Prevention Plans (SPPs) for sites that require them, and will ensure future adherence to these SPPs during subsequent inspections. In 2019, Development Services staff updated the City's Development Standards, which includes a review of planned LID criteria. This review is part of the City's effort to require LID principles and LID BMPs to make it the preferred and commonly used approach to site development. In 2021, City staff will continue the ongoing revision process of the Development Standards to improve clarity and review potential updates to LID criteria, including a requirement that municipal roadway cross -sections align with LID standards. Staff finalized their revisions in late 2020 in anticipation of releasing the updated Development Standards in early 2021. The City has an ongoing program to verify that long-term operation and maintenance (0&M) of post construction stormwater facilities and BMPs is implemented. The City requirements for maintenance standards are identified under the 2016 King County Stormwater Design Manual Appendix A, Maintenance Requirements for Flow Control, Conveyance, and Water Quality Facilities. In 2021, Public Works staff will 38 Page 13 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way continue post construction inspections prior to release of warranty bonds, and will review post construction inspection procedures in conjunction with the Development Standards update. Furthermore, Public Works staff will work on implementing increased site assessment procedures that align with the updated Department of Ecology Standards for new development, redevelopment, and construction activities on plats, single family, and commercial sites. S5.C.6.d: Provide Notice of Intent (NOI) for Proposed New Development and Redevelopment The City includes notification of the requirement to meet NOI in the pre -application comments, during the review for land use, and during plan review for building permit phases depending on the project. The development services project manager makes periodic inquiries to the on-line permit to verify compliance. SS.C.6.e: Ensure Staff Training for Implementation of Runoff Control Program Plan reviewers are managed by a professional licensed engineer and all City staff responsible for approval and/or inspection of new development, redevelopment, or construction are certified in Construction Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (CESCL). City inspectors are also sent through the Washington Department of Transportation Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) for construction inspection\ and documentation training, and in 2020 were also sent to the American Public Works Association (APWA) Construction Inspection Training. In 2021, the APWA Construction Inspection Training will continue for newly hired construction inspectors. Furthermore, in 2020 management updated and expanded training for plan reviewers that includes refresher training for experienced plan reviewers, and will begin planning for training opportunities for incoming plan reviewers in 2021. In 2021, management will also continue researching training opportunities for inspectors regarding soil classification and analysis. 39 Page 14 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way Operations & Maintenance SWM has an ongoing program to reduce stormwater impacts associated with the maintenance and operations of City streets, facilities, and properties. The program applies to drainage infrastructure, which includes catch basins, pipes, open channels, residential and regional retention/detention ponds and facilities, filter vaults, coalescing plates, dams, vortexes, snouts, and tanks. S5.C.7.a: Implement Maintenance Standards • In 2021, SWM maintenance personnel will continue to implement maintenance standards as outlined in the amended and adopted 2016 King County Stormwater Design Manual, which includes Appendix A: Maintenance Requirements for Flow Control, Conveyance, and Water Quality Facilities. All inspection forms utilized in routine stormwater system inspections are created using Appendix A as a guide. • In 2020, SWM added inspections of Modular Wetlands, a new feature of the City's stormwater infrastructure. Maintenance standards for the Modular Wetlands are based on vendor guidelines. SS.C.7.b: Maintain Stormwater Facilities Regulated by the Permittee • In 2021, SWM will continue to inspect stormwater treatment and flow control facilities regulated by the City, as required by the Permit. Facilities permitted by the City that discharge to the City's MS4 are inspected and maintained annually to verify long-term maintenance, if the City was designated as the maintenance provider following construction completion. Any required repairs are recorded and scheduled in the City's asset tracking system, VUEWorks, as well as in the Surface Water Management Division's Operations & Maintenance network folder. S5.C.7.c: Maintain Stormwater Facilities Owned or Operated by the Permittee • In 2021, SWM will continue to inspect known municipally owned and operated stormwater treatment and flow control facilities as required by the Permit. Control structures, retention/detention ponds, and bioswales are inspected and maintained annually. Any required repairs are recorded and scheduled in VUEWorks, the City's asset data management system. In 2020, SWM acquired two additional tablets to expand the use of mobile technology. This allows for more efficient and effective electronic recording, filing, and scheduling of inspections and inspection results. It also provides more accurate measuring and tracking of catch basin sediment levels during the annual catch basin inspections. In 2020, SWM staff worked with the City's GIS staff to update these online inspection forms on ArcCollector to better manage catch basin inspection data. In 2021, SWM staff will continue using GIS ArcCollector for inspections and inputting required maintenance into VueWorks. • In 2021, SWM Inspectors will continue to use the Video Inspection Program (Program) as a tool to proactively 40 Page 15 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way manage the stormwater system to prevent flooding, drainage problems, and other water quality concerns. The Program also supports several NPDES-related activities including ongoing comprehensive mapping of the system, evaluation of management practices, and the improvement of the ability to trace spills and identify illicit connections to the MS4. In 2021, SWM Inspectors will continue to assess and identify stormwater system maintenance needs based on the structural scoring system utilized through the Program. In 2021, we will implement a recurring schedule for video inspections to ensure infrastructure maintenance needs are fully supported. • SWM Staff will continue to inspect facilities vulnerable to surface water related problems before, during, and after major storm events to ensure the systems are functioning properly, and to determine/conduct any maintenance or repair needs. SWM will continue to inspect and clean (when necessary) catch basins owned by the City. In 2018, SWM incorporated an annual assessment into the City's catch basin inspection program. Annual assessments include a review of the City's circuit schedules, actual inspection results, cleaning and maintenance records, new development or redevelopment schedules, changes in commercial use, and an evaluation of the previous year's snow and ice operations. SWM will use this assessment to adjust the City's circuits in order to comply with the requirements of an alternate inspection schedule under the next Permit cycle (2019-2024). • Upon review of historical inspection program data in 2019, SWM staff concluded that Permit requirements could be better met with a new inspection program that separates the City into Northern and Southern circuits, each containing approximately half of the City's total number of arterial and non -arterial catch basins. In 2020, SWM began implementing this program by inspecting all catch basins within the Southern Circuit. In 2021, SWM will inspect all catch basins within the Northern Circuit, and will also clean and maintain all catch basins identified as having an exceedance of the maintenance standards within the Permit required 6-month timeframe. • In 2020, SWM inspected and cleaned all arterial catch basins within the Southern Circuit of the City that exceeded the maintenance standard. Under the new th b t' f• t• I td' NORTH ca c asin inspec ion program irs imp emen a in 2020, SWM inspected, cleaned, and maintained the arterial catch basins within the southern half of the City, and in 2021, SWM will inspect, clean, and maintain the arterial catch basins within the northern half of the City (including the border streets), as noted in the map to the right. S5.C.7.d:Implement Practices, Policies, and Procedures to Reduce Storm water Impacts Associated with Runoff from All City Owned or Maintained Lands, and City -Controlled Road Maintenance Activities • In 2018, SWM Staff implemented new procedures and practices for managing the stormwater infrastructure maintenance program. Included in the updated program were changes in scheduling, tracking, and recording of maintenance activities. In 2019, SWM staff began reviewing the 2018 41 Page 16 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way program and in 2020 SWM began updating the maintenance Standard Operating Procedures (SOPS) that together form the City's Maintenance Manual. The updates are slated to be finalized in 2021. • In 2020, SWM began reviewing Streets and Parks O&M SOPS for adherence to permit requirements for reduction of stormwater impacts associated with maintenance activities. In 2021, the final draft of this Maintenance Manual will be routed for approval by City leadership. S5.C.7.e: Ensure Staff Training for Operations and Maintenance Personnel City field staff is trained annually in IDDE and spill response procedures. In 2020, field staff responsible for construction operations, street maintenance, parks, and facilities maintenance will also receive updated training in construction BMPs, spill response, and review of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and TESC requirements. Maintenance crew leads also attended a Best Management Practices (BMPs) training that they shared with their crews. Licensed maintenance personnel are trained on an annual basis for pesticide/herbicide application and this program will continue in 2021. S5.C.7.: Implement a Storm water Pollution Prevention Plan for All Heavy Equipment, Maintenance, or Storage Yards, and Material Storage Facilities Owned or Operated by the Permittee • In 2019, SWM staff reviewed and updated the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) appendices for the Public Works/Parks Maintenance Yard Annex located at 31130 28th Avenue South. These appendices include a drainage map of the Yard, a map of material storage locations in the Yard, and Excel worksheets that document staff responsibilities, inspection results, spill events, material storage locations and associated BMPs, and staff training. In 2020, SWM staff will continue to review and revise the SWPPP and its appendices as necessary. • In 2021, SWM staff will work with the Parks Department to identify additional City -owned storage yards or facilities that may require SWPPPs, and will develop SWPPPs for these sites if necessary in accordance with Permit Section S5.C.7.f to update SWPPPs by the end of 2022. In 2020, SWM staff will continue to review policies and procedures to ensure proper pollution management practices are consistently being implemented and documented, and will update the training materials provided to staff for the annual SWPPP training. In 2020, there was also an increased emphasis on regularly scheduled housekeeping at the Maintenance Yard. SS.C.7.4: Maintain Records of Operations and Maintenance Program Activities • In 2020, a review of records retention and data collection was continued as part of the updated procedures and practices for operation, maintenance, and repair. In 2021, SWM will continue refining the implementation plan for digitizing all 0&M and repair records as well as standardizing maintenance records procedures. 42 Page 17 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way Source Control Program for Existing Development In recent years, SWM staff has identified a growing need to include more preventative, rather than reactive, measures within the stormwater management program overall. One of the primary actions identified was to reinstate a source control inspection program within the Water Quality Section beginning in 2017. This program allows SWM staff to better engage business owners in conversations about stormwater pollution, provide business - specific BMPs to prevent illicit discharges, and enforce illicit discharges if found during routine inspections. SS.C.8.a: Implement a Program to Prevent and Reduce Pollutants in Stormwater Runoff In 2017, SWM staff identified a need to include more preventative actions within the stormwater management program overall. One of the primary ways identified was to resume a robust source control inspection program within the Water Quality Section. In 2017, SWM staff completed a site inventory that was used to conduct weekly source control inspections. In 2018, 2019, and 2020, updates were made to the inventory to better capture businesses within the City that have a high potential for generating stormwater pollution. In 2021, SWM staff will continue to assess and update the program to more effectively educate business owners and managers on the causes and harmful effects of stormwater pollution, what constitutes a water quality violation and how the City enforces such violations, and operational and structural BMPs tailored to their business activities that can assist with stormwater pollution prevention. SS.C.8.b.i: Adopt an Ordinance or Other Enforceable Documents Requiring Source Control BMPs The Federal Way Revised Code (FWRC) currently includes language regarding source control BMPs, but does not require enforcement of those BMPs for existing sites. Enforcement occurs when a lack or failure of BMPs results in a water quality violation. In 2021, SWM staff will begin the initial planning and code review process to determine the most effective method for adopting an Ordinance or other enforceable documents requiring source control BMPs for existing sites, and will create a timeline to ensure adoption of this language prior to the August 2022 deadline. SS.C.8.b.ii: Establish an Inventory of Public and Private Sites with Potential to Pollute MS4 In late 2017, SWM staff created an inventory of businesses with potential pollution -generating activities. The inventory includes information on the business name, business location, potential pollution sources, inspection history (dates and results), and enforcement measures taken, if any. In 2019, this inventory was updated to include all automotive -related businesses, gas stations, fast food restaurants, and sheet flow sites within the City. In 2020, SWM staff continued to evaluate and revise the inventory as necessary to account for changes in land use and development, or business closures. SIC codes for each business will be added to the inventory in 2021, as outlined in Permit Appendix 8. SS.C.S.b.iii: Implement an Inspection Program for Pollutant -Generating Sites Beginning in late 2017, SWM staff began conducting regular source control site inspections throughout the City, using the inventory for scheduling and as a recordkeeping document for inspections. In 2021, SWM staff will continue conducting regular source control site inspections and will begin scheduling and documenting inspections in NPDESPro. In 2020, a total of 97% of businesses (238 of 245) were 43 Page 18 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way inspected within the inventory, which exceeds the future Permit requirement (January 2023) of at least 20% of businesses inspected per year. S5.C.8.b.iv: Implement a Progressive Enforcement Policy for Stormwater Compliance Following a source control inspection in which a potential water quality violation is observed, SWM staff will issue a technical assistance letter to the business informing them about the potential violation, harmful effects of stormwater pollution, and BMPs they can implement to prevent illicit discharges from occurring. When an illicit discharge is found during a source control inspection, SWIM staff will issue a formal Notice of Water Quality Violation that contains similar information to the technical assistance letter, but also outlines required corrective actions to eliminate the discharge and a deadline by which to complete these actions. All of these enforcement actions are recorded in the Source Control Inspection Inventory, and if at the level of a water quality violation, are recorded in VUEWorks, the City's asset data management system. Starting in 2020, all of the source control inspection results and enforcement data was tracked in NPDESPro, which will continue in 2021. SS.C.8.b.v: Ensure Staff Training for Source Control Program SWM Water Quality staff in charge of source control inspections are trained annually in the source control inspection program with an emphasis on inspection procedures, recordkeeping, and commercial -related BMP resources. Staff members involved with the source control program are also required to participate in the annual Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination training to ensure proper identification and notification of illicit discharges if found during source control inspections. 44 Page 19 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way Monitoring A collaborative monitoring program is paid for by Western Washington NPDES Permittees, administered by Ecology, and designed to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the best management practices specified in the Permit. The goal of the monitoring program is to provide an unbiased assessment of whether stormwater management actions are resulting in genuine progress towards regional water quality targets. In 2021, the City will continue to pay into the collective fund and support the implementation of the three components of the Regional Stormwater Monitoring Program: • Status and trend monitoring studies to measure whether the health of lowland streams and shorelines in Puget Sound is improving or declining; • Stormwater effectiveness studies to provide widely applicable information about what best management practices work, or don't work, and how to improve stormwater management; and • Source Identification Information Repository designed to share information about source identification and elimination methods and identify opportunities for regional solutions to common illicit discharges and pollution problems. 45 Page 20 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 2 City of Federal Way Conclusion Links to the 2021 Annual Report and SWMP update are posted under "News and Updates" on the City's Surface Water Management Division website at: http://www.cityoffederalway.com/surfacewater. If at any time the City is unable to comply with the terms and conditions of the Permit, staff must notify Ecology within 30 days of becoming aware that non-compliance has occurred. Written notification must include a description of the non-compliance issue and steps planned or taken to achieve compliance. The City remains in compliance with the Permit and is using all known, available, and reasonable methods of prevention, control, and treatment to prevent pollution into the surface waters of Washington State. 46 Page 21 of 21 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 3 City of Federal Way Attachment 3 - Internal Coordination Mechanisms Although the covid-19 pandemic ushered in new policies regarding social distancing and remote work, the City was able to evolve and find multiple ways to stay connected and communicate effectively throughout 2020 and into 2021. Despite the inability to hold in -person meetings, the Surface Water Management (SWM) Division met weekly via Zoom virtual conference calls in 2020 to ensure consistent and regular check -ins on team activities, upcoming projects, and important events and deadlines. Furthermore, SWM is continuously identifying opportunities for increased coordination mechanisms and communication with other divisions within the Public Works Department, as well as the City as a whole. Some examples of these expanded coordination efforts include: • Increased collaboration with the Development Services Division in the Public Works Department. Since these staff oversee the "Controlling Runoff from New Development, Redevelopment, and Construction Sites" portion of the Permit, SWM is working to increase coordination with them throughout the year. This includes participating in discussions on inspection recordkeeping, rainy season site control, and alerting them when an IDDE event affects a site with an open permit for development or construction. • Expanded communication with the Parks Department with regards to the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) at the Steel Lake Maintenance Yard, and how we might create and implement SWPPPs in 2021 for additional Parks Maintenance facilities in the City. • Increased coordination with the Streets Division of the Public Works Department to ensure project plan review adequately addresses stormwater concerns for planned infrastructure and that inspections during the project construction phase align with stormwater BMPs to prevent runoff from project sites. As the City maintains its remote work status for the near future, internal coordination mechanisms are continuously evaluated and updated to best facilitate effective communication between all parties and eliminate barriers to compliance with the terms of the Permit. Page 1 of 1 47 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 4 City of Federal Way Attachment 4 - Description of 2020 Public Education Activities Public Events In 2020, the Surface Water Management (SWM) Division tabled at the Mayor's State of the City Address in February before the Covid-19 pandemic forced all other outreach events to be cancelled. In 2021, SWM will abide by Covid-19 social distancing and event -related policies to ensure staff and public safety. SWM is looking at virtual event opportunities for public engagement until in -person events resume. Storming the Sound with Salmon (SSS) Program Although tanks were set up and salmon eggs were distributed to participating schools in fall 2019, the 2019-20 school year SSS program and release event were cancelled. Under online learning and social distancing requirements that are continuing into 2021, the 2021 release event is also cancelled. Due to the unavailability of remote teachers and school staff, SWM staff released the salmon fry in April 2020 to the West Hylebos Creek. Tank cleanings were performed by SWM staff in summer 2020 at each school to ensure tanks and equipment are properly maintained and stored during the program's hiatus. In fall 2021, planning will resume for the 2021-22 school year. In spring 2022, the release event will be a grade -level experience for all 4th graders, as intended by the new curriculum developed in 2019. Green Living Workshops The Surface Water Management Division and the Solid Waste & Recycling Division staff collaborate to provide free educational workshops for residents on topics related to stormwater and sustainability. In 2020, the City's Green Living Workshop Program went virtual in an effort to engage a wider audience and increase accessibility to the workshops during the covid-19 pandemic. In 2020, there were eleven workshops held on topics such as trellis gardening, composting, and noxious weeds. The participation in the virtual platform was substantially increased over the in -person workshops. As a result, the City plans to continue holding the Green Living Workshops virtually past the covid-19 pandemic restrictions. Volunteer Events Although suspended in 2020 due to covid-19, SWM plans to host volunteer events in late 2021 that encourage public participation in stewardship activities, if possible within safety guidelines. Activities may include storm drain marking, storm drain marker mapping, removing invasive plants species, planting native vegetation, and removing garbage and debris from local waterbodies. E-Newsletters E-newsletters allow SWM to provide more timely information to the public on seasonal stormwater issues and upcoming events. SWM continues to contribute to a shared monthly e-newsletter with the City's Solid Waste Division. This has enabled SWM to reach a wider audience, and to provide more time - sensitive information related to upcoming events and Permit -related issues. Environmental Coalition of South Seattle (ECOSS) In 2020, SWM targeted outreach to 13 businesses with a high potential for generating stormwater pollutants and are prone to spills, such as restaurants and automotive support service businesses. ECOSS also provided training in multiple languages to employees for whom English is a learned language so that they may better educate and implement spill kit awareness. ECOSS provided free spill kits, custom spill plans, and staff training so businesses knew how to prevent, or quickly address and clean up, spills and illicit discharges. ECOSS has now served 322 businesses in the City of Federal Way since 2013. Page 1 of 2 48 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 4 City of Federal Way Paint the Plow Program In 2020, SWM implemented the inaugural year of the Paint the Plow program in collaboration with the two Boys & Girls Club Centers in Federal Way. This program helps aspiring artists learn about how stormwater runoff effects local watersheds while also giving them the opportunity to show off their art painted directly on the snow plows. Students decorated the plows with their art, based around the theme "Only rain down the drain." This program will continue to occur annually each fall. Car Wash Program The City's car wash program informs businesses and charity groups that it is a violation of City Code to allow dirty, soapy water from car washing activities to enter storm drains. Realizing that car washes are an important fundraising tool for many groups in the community, the City offers an environmentally safe solution. The City has special kits available that pump wash water into the sanitary sewer system, thus keeping contaminants out of local surface waters. Although suspended in 2020 due to covid-19, the free car wash kit check-out program at City Hall will hopefully be resumed in fall 2021. SWM will continue to encourage the use of charity car wash ticket programs and other alternative fundraising options as a solution, but kits will still be available if requested. Various Publications Each year, the Surface Water Management (SWM) Division produces new and updated public education materials as needed. In 2020, SWM staff worked to update publications for commercial site inspections, such as Best Management Practices resources and related documentation to ensure that these materials are tailored towards commercial sites and business owners, as opposed to construction sites and contractors. An emphasis on expanding multilingual resources is being continued into 2021. Training City staff participated in a number of trainings in 2020 related to the City's Stormwater Management program. Trainings varied in the number of staff members in attendance. Internal Training: NPDES Presentation to Land Use and Transportation Committee & City Council IDDE Training for Fire Department (updated for 2020) IDDE Training for Police Department (updated for 2020) IDDE Response Training for Field Staff (updated for 2020) Amanda Database Program (Controlling Runoff) VUEWorks Database Program (Operations & Maintenance) NPDESPro Database Program (IDDE, Private Inspections, & Source Control) External Training: Virtual Engagement Training Volunteer Management Training Stormwater Chemistry Training CESCL Recertification Training for Inspectors King County Stormwater Design Manual Training Trenching and Shoring Certification StormCon (Surface Water Management Division attended) Page 2of2 49 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 5 City of Federal Way Attachment 5 - Schedule & Strategy for ECOSS Campaign In accordance with Permit Section S5.C.2.a.ii(c)1, the following document fulfills the requirement to develop a strategy and schedule to more effectively implement an existing behavior change campaign. The chosen campaign involves collaborating with the Environmental Coalition of South Seattle (ECOSS), a non-profit organization that provides multilingual stormwater outreach to businesses in the Federal Way. ECOSS provides free spill kits, custom spill plans, and staff training so businesses know how to prevent, or quickly address and clean up, spills and illicit discharges. BACKGROUND The City of Federal Way (City) Surface Water Management (SWM) Division began working with ECOSS in 2013. Until 2018, ECOSS was funded by regional grants to provide this outreach effort to twenty area businesses, particularly to businesses that had multilingual employees. Although grant funding is no longer available, ECOSS SWM continues to implement this program, targeting outreach to businesses with a high potential for generating stormwater pollutants and are prone to spills, such as restaurants and automotive support service businesses. SWM staff also utilizes the annual spill analysis to inform which businesses to select for future Sustainable Solutions for All participation in the ECOSS program based on potential for, or known history of, prohibited discharges and/or spill events. Businesses are also chosen based on the diversity of the staff, as emphasis is placed on providing assistance to multilingual businesses. ANALYSIS & LESSONS LEARNED In June 2020, SWM staff completed an evaluation of the effectiveness of the ECOSS program. The analysis aggregated data from 2013-2019 on which sites were visited, how frequently they were visited, and whether or not they had an IDDE event in that year or future years. The analysis provided the following conclusions: 1. The majority of businesses participating in the ECOSS program were food related or automotive businesses. Despite the emphasis on these types of businesses, food related and automotive establishments continued to have the most IDDE events. Some of these were businesses that had participated in the ECOSS program. 2. The data also demonstrates a high number of businesses with 5 to 6 consecutive years without an IDDE event after participating in the ECOSS program. This shows that among the total number of participating businesses, a majority of them are successful in preventing future IDDE or spill events. 3. Based on the data, businesses that received multiple visits from ECOSS reduced their chance of having an IDDE event by 3.9% compared to sites that received a single ECOSS visit. It can thus be surmised that additional visits and education for business owners correlate with less chance of future IDDE events. Based on the findings of this analysis (S5.C.2.a.ii(b)), the City of Federal Way selected Permit option S5.C.2.a.ii.(c)1, "Develop a strategy and schedule to more effectively implement the existing campaign." The data from this analysis supports the conclusion that the ECOSS program positively influenced a business's capacity to prevent future IDDE events for multiple years, and that their capacity for spill prevention only increased with additional visits from ECOSS. However, the data also showed that the businesses with the highest risk of future IDDE events were the types of businesses least likely to have 50 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 5 City of Federal Way success preventing future IDDE events. As such, the strategy and schedule for future implementation will aim to more effectively improve spill prevention and success under the ECOSS program for these high -risk potential polluters. CTRATFr;V Moving forward, SWM plans to ensure that new businesses in the City are welcomed into the program. Each year, 25% of the total businesses served will be new to the program. Additionally, a continuous effort will be made to ensure that the selected businesses are representative of our Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Environmental Justice demographics with regards to primary non-English languages spoken in the community (Spanish, Korean, Ukrainian). As we understand that the EPA data is reflective of the community as a whole, we will continuously work to obtain more accurate data on the demographics of business owners and employees within Federal Way to better represent the true multilingual diversity of businesses served. We will continue to target food -related and automotive establishments as these are the identified "hotspot" business types for spills or other IDDE events. We also recognize that an existing barrier to long-term success is that many of the participating businesses have high staff turnover rates. This increases the chance that knowledge from ECOSS involvement may be lost year to year. SWM will collaborate with ECOSS to develop a strategy to offset this knowledge loss, such as repeating training with certain businesses or business associations to ensure that the training becomes a part of their routine operations. This also presents an opportunity to create a focus group or survey for business owners so we may better understand staff turnover frequency and associated issues. Each business served will receive three touch points from the ECOSS program administrators due to the effectiveness of multiple touch points, as reported by ECOSS. Additionally, SWM will consider the incorporation of a final, fourth touch point to each participating business that will be led by SWM's Pollution Control Specialist. During that visit, SWM will ensure training completion, provide technical assistance upon request, and offer Best Management Practices if necessary. Finally, SWM staff will post content about the ECOSS program, successes of businesses served, and other program highlights to the City's facebook page and monthly e-newsletter. As the City's facebook page has limited capacity for accommodating stormwater-related content, this may present an opportunity to encourage City leadership to approve the previously considered Public Works Department -specific facebook page. This would allow for better control over post content and timing so that we may do our best to engage with our intended audiences, including current or potential ECOSS participants. The ECOSS-related communications may spark interest in business owners who are eager to participate in the program, especially those who have multilingual staff. In consideration of the current and projected budget for ECOSS program implementation, SWM will collaborate with ECOSS to devise alternative training opportunities if demand for program participation among community businesses rises past budget limitations. Overall, increasing awareness of the program and encouraging interested businesses to engage with SWM will provide opportunities to not only welcome more businesses into the program, but also to better understand our local business owners and their needs moving forward. The following logic model (Figure 1.) provides a summary of key performance indicators from short-term to long-term that SWM will use as a guide, in collaboration with ECOSS program administrators, to continuously improve and evolve ECOSS program implementation. 51 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 5 City of Federal Way Figure 1. Logic Model for ECOSS Implementation -Add an additional 25% new businesses to the roster for services •Focus on demographic representation for new and existing businesses (using the primary languages as a guide) •Ensure three touch points for each business during their time in the program •Engage local business owners through social media and e-newsletter content about ECOSS SCHEDULE *Aggregate and evaluate program data annually to gauge effectiveness and inform selection of new and repeating businesses *Analyze status of repeating businesses and determine if program graduates require adjusted enforcement for future IDDE events *incorporate a fourth touch Ifa int from SWM staff plore the option of eating a Public Works cebook page *Continuously explore program maintenance and sustainability, identifying and implementing strategies when possible *Achieve demographic representation for a majority of businesses served •Coordinate with ECOSS to determine future program goals •Collaborate with ECOSS to develop focus groups or survey instruments for better program evaluation 2021— 12 businesses served by the program; 3 out of 12 are new; Spanish-speaking businesses must be well represented as this is the primary non-English language spoken in Federal Way 2022— Potential increase of businesses served; continue 25% new businesses; increase multilingual representation based on Federal Way language demographics 2023— Potential increase of businesses served; continue 25% new businesses; increase multilingual representation based on Federal Way language demographics 2024— Program evaluation due March 31, 2024; use evaluation summary to determine next steps 52 2021 NPDES Annual Report - Attachment 6 City of Federal Way Attachment 6 - Stewardship Opportunities for Residents Stewardship opportunities for residents were highly restricted due to covid-19 policies regarding social distancing and gatherings. Since these activities often involve a great deal of in -person events, SWM staff suspended the majority of these opportunities to ensure safety for both staff and the public. Stream Team In 2019, SWM staff implemented a new Stream Team program. Two volunteer trainings were held during the fall, and volunteers began regular water quality monitoring at six stream sites in October. Stream team volunteers measure a variety of parameters, including: temperature, pH, turbidity, dissolved oxygen, and nutrients, among others. Due to covid-19 policies, volunteers discontinued monitoring in 2020 as City Hall was inaccessible to the public and kits were not available for check-out. SWM will resume monitoring during the 2021 wet weather season and are revamping the program for long-term check-out of the kits to Stream Team members who continue to be active in the program. Trainings for new volunteers are slated to be held in fall 2021. At present staff are planning for in -person training as well as a virtual workshop. Lake Level Monitoring In 2019 the City partnered with the Lake Observations by Citizen Scientists & Satellites (LOCSS) program, run by the University of Washington, University of North Caroline Chapel Hill and NASA, to install two lake level gauges in Federal Way. The gauges were installed at Steel Lake and North Lake. - The goal of the program is to use citizen scientists to better understand how and why lake levels change over time. In 2020 citizen scientists reported lake level data a total of 297 times between the two sites (76 North Lake; 221 Steel Lake), compared with a combined total of 156 in 2019. In 2021 the gauges will remain in place and data will continue to be collected. Storm Drain Marking Although suspended in 2020, SWM staff will continue to provide educational markers for installation near catch basins that drain to the City's MS4 in 2021. The markers inform the public that the storm drains discharge to local waterways. Additionally, in 2021 SWM will continue using volunteers to map where curb markers exist within the City and in what condition they are in. Volunteer Events Although suspended in 2020 due to covid-19, SWM plans to host volunteer events in late 2021 that encourage public participation in stewardship activities, if possible within safety guidelines. Activities may include storm drain marking, storm drain marker mapping, removing invasive plants species, and planting native vegetation. Page 1 of 1 53 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 7 - Outfall Inventory City of Federal Way Type Asset ID Outfall Size Notes Secondary 17 0 NEEDINFO Secondary 44 0 Notfound Secondary 49 18 18" CMP Outfall Secondary 118 18 18" CMP Outfall Secondary 128 12 12" CONC Outfall Secondary 210 48 48" CMP Outfall Secondary 217 0 NEEDINFO Secondary 253 15 15" CONC OUTFALL Secondary 266 48 <null> Secondary 267 12 <null> Secondary 261 12 <null> Secondary 263 36 <null> Secondary 265 12 <null> Secondary 284 12 <null> Primary 1 0 NEEDINFO Primary 3 12 12" CONC to Dispersal Trench Outfall Primary 255 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 5 15 15" CONC Outfall Primary 7 18 18" CONC Outfall Primary 8 18 18" CONC Outfall Primary 9 12 12" DI Outfall Primary 10 18 18" CONC Outfall Primary 11 18 18" CMP Outfall Primary 12 0 NEEDINFO Primary 15 18 18" CMP Outfall Primary 19 0 NEEDINFO Primary 20 0 NEEDINFO Primary 21 0 NEEDINFO Primary 22 0 NEEDINFO Primary 23 0 NEEDINFO Primary 26 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 27 0 NEEDINFO Primary 29 0 NEEDINFO Primary 30 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 31 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 32 0 NEEDINFO Primary 33 0 NEEDINFO Primary 34 12 12" Conc Outfall Primary 35 0 NEEDINFO Primary 36 0 NEEDINFO Primary 37 0 NEEDINFO Primary 38 15 15" CONC Outfall Primary 1 39 1 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 1 40 1 18 18" CMP Outfall Page5j of 6 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 7 - Outfall Inventory City of Federal Way Primary 41 0 NEED INFO Primary 42 0 NEED INFO Primary 43 18 18" CMP Outfall Primary 45 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 46 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 47 0 NEED INFO Primary 48 18 18" CPEP Outfall Primary 50 0 NEED INFO Primary 51 0 NEED INFO Primary 52 0 NEED INFO Primary 53 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 54 0 NEED INFO Primary 55 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 56 12 12" HDPE Outfall Primary 57 0 NEED INFO Primary 58 0 NEED INFO Primary 59 18 18" CPEP Outfall Primary 62 24 24" CMP Outfall Primary 63 0 NEED INFO Primary 64 36 36" CMP Outfall Primary 65 0 NEED INFO Primary 66 24 24" CMP Outfall Primary 67 21 (4) 21" CMP Outfall Primary 68 0 NEED INFO Primary 69 0 NEED INFO Primary 70 18 18" CONC Outfall Primary 71 0 NEED INFO Primary 72 18 18" CMP Outfall Primary 73 36 36" CMP Outfall Primary 74 15 15" CMP Outfall Primary 75 0 NEED INFO Primary 76 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 77 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 79 0 NEED INFO Primary 80 18 18" CONC Outfall Primary 81 30 30" CMP Outfall Primary 82 0 NEED INFO Primary 85 0 NEED INFO Primary 86 0 NEED INFO Primary 87 0 NEED INFO Primary 89 18 18" CPEP Outfall Primary 90 0 NEED INFO Primary 91 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 92 18 18" CONC Outfall Primary 93 18 18" CMP Outfall Primary 94 0 NEED INFO Primary 95 0 NEED INFO Page52 of 6 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 7 - Outfall Inventory City of Federal Way Primary 96 15 15" CMP Outfall Primary 97 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 98 0 NEED INFO Primary 99 24 24" CMP Outfall Primary 101 0 NEED INFO Primary 102 21 21" CONC Outfall Primary 103 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 104 0 NEED INFO Primary 105 0 NEED INFO Primary 106 36 36" CMP Outfall Primary 107 18 18" CONC Outfall Primary 108 42 42" CONC Outfall Primary 109 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 110 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 111 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 112 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 113 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 114 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 115 18 18" CONC Outfall Primary 116 24 24" CONC Outfall Primary 117 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 119 0 NEED INFO Primary 120 21 21" CONC Outfall Primary 121 0 NEED INFO Primary 124 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 125 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 126 15 15" CONC Outfall Primary 127 18 18" CMP Outfall Primary 129 18 18" CONC Outfall Primary 130 0 NEED INFO Primary 131 15 15" CONC Outfall Primary 132 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 133 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 134 36 36" CMP Outfall Primary 135 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 136 0 NEED INFO Primary 137 0 NEED INFO Primary 138 0 NEED INFO Primary 139 24 24" CONC Outfall Primary 140 18 18" CONC Outfall Primary 141 0 NEED INFO Primary 142 0 NEED INFO Primary 143 0 NEED INFO Primary 144 0 NEED INFO Primary 145 0 NEED INFO Primary 146 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 147 12 12" CMP Outfall Pages§ of 6 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 7 - Outfall Inventory City of Federal Way Primary 148 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 149 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 150 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 151 18 18" CMP Outfall Primary 152 0 NEED INFO Primary 153 18 18" CMP Outfall Primary 154 18 18" CMP Outfall Primary 155 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 156 0 NEED INFO Primary 157 24 24" CMP Outfall Primary 158 18 18" CONC Outfall Primary 159 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 160 30 30" CMP Outfall Primary 161 24 24" CMP Outfall Primary 162 18 18" CMP Outfall Primary 163 21 21" CMP Outfall Primary 164 48 48" CONC Outfall Primary 165 18 18" CONC Outfall Primary 166 8 8" HDPE Outfall Primary 167 0 NEED INFO Primary 168 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 169 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 170 0 NEED INFO Primary 174 36 36" CONC Outfall Primary 175 0 NEED INFO Primary 176 18 18" CONC Outfall Primary 180 12 12" CPEP Outfall Primary 182 24 24" CONC Outfall Primary 183 0 NEED INFO Primary 184 18 18" CMP Outfall Primary 185 18 18" CMP Outfall Primary 186 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 187 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 188 18 18" CMP Outfall Primary 189 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 190 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 191 21 21" CMP Outfall Primary 192 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 193 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 194 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 195 0 NEED INFO Primary 196 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 197 0 NEED INFO Primary 198 0 NEED INFO Primary 199 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 200 24 24" CONC Outfall Primary 201 48 48" CONC Outfall Page54 of 6 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 7 - Outfall Inventory City of Federal Way Primary 202 0 NEED INFO Primary 203 18 18" CPEP Outfall Primary 204 48 48" CMP Outfall Primary 205 24 24" CMP Outfall Primary 206 42 42" CMP Outfall Primary 207 48 48" CONC Outfall Primary 208 48 48" CONC +2 UNKNOWN Outfall Primary 209 54 54" CMP Outfall Primary 211 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 213 0 NEED INFO Primary 214 0 NEED INFO Primary 215 0 NEED INFO Primary 218 0 NEED INFO Primary 220 0 NEED INFO Primary 221 0 NEED INFO Primary 222 0 NEED INFO Primary 223 0 NEED INFO Primary 224 21 21" CONC Outfall Primary 225 36 36" CONC Outfall Primary 226 36 36" CONC Outfall Primary 227 15 15" CONC Outfall Primary 228 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 229 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 230 12 12" CONC Outfall Primary 231 30 30" CMP Outfall Primary 232 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 233 36 36" CMP Outfall Primary 234 0 NEED INFO Primary 236 0 NEED INFO Primary 237 54 54" CONC Outfall Primary 238 30 30" CONC Outfall Primary 240 0 NEED INFO Primary 241 0 NEED INFO Primary 242 60 60" CMP Outfall Primary 243 0 NEED INFO Primary 244 0 NEED INFO Primary 245 0 <null> Primary 246 84 84" CONC Outfall Primary 247 0 NEED INFO Primary 248 0 <null> Primary 249 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 250 0 NEED INFO Primary 251 18 18" CONC Outfall Primary 252 18 18" CMP Outfall Primary 254 12 12" CMP Outfall Primary 256 12 <null> Primary 257 12 <null> Page55 of 6 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 7 - Outfall Inventory City of Federal Way Primary 259 12 <null> Primary 260 12 <null> Primary 268 12 <null> Primary 278 12 <null> Primary 279 12 <null> Primary 280 12 <null> Primary 281 12 <null> Primary 282 12 <null> Primary 283 12 <null> Primary 285 12 <null> Primary 286 12 <null> Primary 287 12 NEED INFO Private Outfall 78 0 NEED INFO Private Outfall 88 0 NEED INFO Private Outfall 100 0 NEED INFO Private Outfall 122 0 NEED INFO Private Outfall 173 15 15" CONC Outfall Private Outfall 181 0 NEED INFO Private Outfall 212 0 NEED INFO Private Outfall 216 0 NEED INFO Private Outfall 269 12 <null> Private Outfall 270 12 <null> Private Outfall 264 12 <null> Private Outfall 272 12 <null> Private Outfall 273 1 12 I<null> Private Outfall 1 277 1 12 I<null> Page58 of 6 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 8 - Summary of IDDE Actions in 2020 City of Federal Way Date Incident Date of How Was the Incident Incident Incident Source Tracing Correction/ Field Notes, Date of End of Discharge to Pollutants Source or Explanations, Jurisdiction Name Discovered or Beginning Your Your Response Discovered or Reported MS4? Location Location Identified Cause Approach(es) Elimination and/or Other Reported to You Response to You? (Address) (City) Used Methods Used Comments No - cleaned City of Federal Way 1/2/2020 1/2/2020 2/24/2020 Source control up before WAR045516 Inspection reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 1/2/2020 1/2/2020 2/20/2020 Source control up before WAR045516 Inspection reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 1/3/2020 1/3/2020 2/6/2020 Private site Inspection up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 1/6/2020 1/6/2020 1/11/2020 Private site Inspection up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 12/9/2020 12/9/2020 2/4/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 1/9/2020 1/9/2020 1/27/2020 Private site Inspection up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 1/9/2020 1/9/2020 1/27/2020 Private site Inspection up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 1/28/2020 1/28/2020 6/4/2020 Private site Inspection up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 2/4/2020 2/4/2020 2/12/2020 Private site Inspection up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 2/6/2020 2/6/2020 4/20/2020 Private site Inspection up before WAR045516 reached MS4 Pag Xof 9 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 8 - Summary of IDDE Actions in 2020 City of Federal Way Absorbent was used, sweeper Self -reported truck was King County King County Intersection at ERTS, deployed, and of Federal Way 2/15/2020 2/15/2020 2/18/2020 ERTS Referral Yes - notified Pacific Hwy S Metro bus metro self- Federal Way Coolant communicated impacted WAR045516 WAR045516 Ecology mechanical reported and & S 288th St with violator, and structure was failure cleaned it up. observations. cleaned out with vactor truck. No - cleaned City of Federal Way 2/24/2020 2/24/2020 2/24/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 Self -reported No drains were Cura ERTS, impacted, NRC communicated cleaned up the Emergency City of Federal Way 2/23/2020 2/23/2020 2/24/2020 ERTS Referral Yes - notified 2535 S 320th Customer error Services Federal Way gasoline with Cura spill and WAR045516 Ecology St at pump station reported Emergency recollected ERTS, and NRC services, and water used to cleaned it up. observations. clean up spill. No - cleaned City of Federal Way 3/20/2020 3/20/2020 3/20/2020 Pollution Hotline up before WAR045516 reached MS4 City of Federal Way 3/5/2020 3/5/2020 3/10/2020 Pollution Hotline No - none WAR045516 found City of Federal Way Other: During another No - none 3/10/2020 3/10/2020 5/21/2020 WAR045516 IDDE inspection found City of Federal Way 3/10/2020 3/10/2020 5/21/2020 Staff Referral No - none WAR045516 found City of Federal Way 3/11/2020 3/11/2020 3/11/2020 Staff Referral No - none WAR045516 found Page6Z of 9 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 8 - Summary of IDDE Actions in 2020 City of Federal Way Technical Oil spill assistance sent already gone Tenents of to property during apartment Observations, manager. City of Federal Way Yes - notified 29225 Military performing and communited Property inspection. 3/16/2020 3/16/2020 4/2/2020 ERTS Referral Federal Way Oil Sent technical WAR045516 Ecology Rd S vehicle with property manager will maintenance in manager. fine people who assistance to parking lot drain hazardous property manager and chemical into called them. drains. No - cleaned City of Federal Way 3/17/2020 3/17/2020 3/17/2020 Pollution Hotline up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 3/17/2020 3/17/2020 4/6/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 3/20/2020 3/20/2020 4/28/2020 Pollution Hotline up before WAR045516 reached MS4 Notice of Property owner Violation sent. City of Federal Way 3/26/2020 3/26/2020 3/26/2020 Staff Referral Yes - notified 2238 SW Federal Way Sediment/soil filled in Observations Property owner WAR045516 Ecology 313th St drainage ditch. removed filter material. No - cleaned City of Federal Way 3/26/2020 3/26/2020 4/2/2020 Direct Report To Your up before WAR045516 Staff reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 4/6/2020 4/6/2020 4/6/2020 ERTS Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 Intersection S Notified Concrete slurry City of Federal Way 4/9/2020 4/9/2020 4/9/2020 Staff Referral Yes - notified 293rd PI & Federal Way Concrete Concrete slurry Observations violator who contained in WAR045516 Ecology Redondo Way sawing activity cleaned up one catch S impacted drain. basin. City of Federal Way 4/16/2020 4/16/2020 4/20/2020 Staff Referral No - none WAR045516 found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 4/16/2020 4/16/2020 4/20/2020 Direct Report To Your up before WAR045516 Staff, Staff Referral reached MS4 City of Federal Way 4/17/2020 4/17/2020 5/14/2020 Staff Referral No - none WAR045516 found Pag Nof 9 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 8 - Summary of IDDE Actions in 2020 City of Federal Way No - cleaned City of Federal Way 4/28/2020 4/28/2020 6/1/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 4/29/2020 4/29/2020 5/21/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No -AMS4 City of Federal Way 4/29/2020 4/29/2020 5/21/2020 Pollution Hotline up b WAR045516 reacCity of Federal Way No -WAR045516 5/8/2020 5/8/2020 5/21/2020 ERTS Referral foun Rain Sound Transit overwhelmed Observations and Vactor truck City of Federal Way Yes - notified construction Kiewit's BMPs communication deployed and 5/11/2020 5/11/2020 5/12/2020 ERTS Referral Federal Way Sediment/soil WAR045516 Ecology site: 22XX and caused with construction more BMPs 320th St turbid water to company installed. enter MS4 City of Federal Way No - none 5/12/2020 5/12/2020 5/14/2020 Staff Referral WAR045516 found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 5/14/2020 5/14/2020 5/21/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 5/14/2020 5/14/2020 5/20/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 5/15/2020 5/15/2020 6/9/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 5/21/2020 5/21/2020 6/24/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way Pollution Hotline, ERTS 5/21/2020 5/21/2020 6/24/2020 up before WAR045516 Referral reached MS4 PagRof 9 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 8 - Summary of IDDE Actions in 2020 City of Federal Way Notice and Order to Unconfirmed Illegal Correct sent to substances, fuel occupation of Observations, property or vehicle vacant City of Federal Way Yes - notified Parcel # communicated owner. Clean 5/22/2020 5/22/2020 7/1/2020 Staff Referral Federal Way related fluids, property. WAR045516 Ecology 3221049093 with police and up crew solid Occupants waste/trash, were apart of property owner. removed illicit materials, sewage illegal car ring. police cleared out trespassers. City of Federal Way No - none 6/10/2020 6/10/2020 7/23/2020 Other: Source Control WAR045516 found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 6/10/2020 6/10/2020 7/23/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 Rain Sound Transit overwhelmed Observations and Vactor truck City of Federal Way 6/15/2020 6/15/2020 6/25/2020 ERTS Referral Yes - notified construction Federal Way Sediment/soil Kiewit's BMPs communication deployed and WAR045516 Ecology site: 22XX and caused with construction more BMPs 320th St turbid water to company installed. enter MS4 City of Federal Way No - none 6/25/2020 6/25/2020 7/8/2020 Staff Referral WAR045516 found City of Federal Way No - none 6/25/2020 6/25/2020 7/8/2020 Staff Referral WAR045516 found City of Federal Way No - none 6/25/2020 6/25/2020 7/8/2020 Staff Referral WAR045516 found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 6/29/2020 6/29/2020 7/20/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 7/9/2020 7/9/2020 10/8/2020 Other Agency Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 7/9/2020 7/9/2020 8/6/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 City of Federal Way No - none 7/9/2020 7/9/2020 7/23/2020 Pollution Hotline WAR045516 found Page65' of 9 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 8 - Summary of IDDE Actions in 2020 City of Federal Way Rain Sound Transit overwhelmed Observations and Vactor truck Staff Referral, ERTS City of Federal Way Yes - notified construction Kiewit's BMPs communication deployed and 7/17/2020 7/17/2020 7/23/2020 Referral, Construction Federal Way Sediment/soil WAR045516 Ecology site: 22XX and caused with construction more BMPs Inspection 320th St turbid water to company installed. enter MS4 Improper Inspected storm Contractor City of Federal Way Yes - notified 37223 17th washing of drains and returned to 7/17/2020 7/17/2020 8/11/2020 Pollution Hotline Federal Way Concrete slurry WAR045516 Ecology Ave 5 concrete communicated clean up equipment with contractor. concrete. City of Federal Way Direct Report To Your No - none 7/21/2020 7/21/2020 7/29/2020 WAR045516 Staff found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 7/22/2020 7/22/2020 11/25/2020 Other: Source Control up before WAR045516 reached MS4 City of Federal Way No - none 7/26/2020 7/26/2020 7/29/2020 Other Agency Referral WAR045516 found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 7/27/2020 7/27/2020 8/11/2020 Other: Source Control up before WAR045516 reached MS4 Rain Sound Transit overwhelmed Observations and Vactor truck City of Federal Way 7/28/2020 7/28/2020 8/27/2020 Construction Inspection Yes - notified construction Federal Way Sediment/soil Kiewit's BMPs communication deployed and WAR045516 Ecology site: 22XX and caused with construction more BMPs 320th St turbid water to company installed. enter MS4 City of Federal Way 8/4/2020 8/4/2020 8/5/2020 Staff Referral No - none WAR045516 found City of Federal Way 8/6/2020 8/6/2020 8/11/2020 Staff Referral No - none WAR045516 found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 8/12/2020 8/12/2020 9/29/2020 Business Inspection up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 8/12/2020 8/12/2020 9/25/2020 Business Inspection up before WAR045516 reached MS4 Page65 of 9 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 8 - Summary of IDDE Actions in 2020 City of Federal Way City of Federal Way 8/13/2020 8/13/2020 8/27/2020 Business Inspection No - none WAR045516 found City of Federal Way 8/17/2020 8/17/2020 8/17/2020 Pollution Hotline No - none WAR045516 found City of Federal Way 8/18/2020 8/18/2020 1/21/2021 Direct Report To Your No - none WAR045516 Staff found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 8/20/2020 8/20/2020 10/20/2020 Pollution Hotline up before WAR045516 reached MS4 City of Federal Way MS4 Inspection or No - none 8/27/2020 8/27/2020 12/3/2020 WAR045516 Screening found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 8/27/2020 8/27/2020 10/15/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No -cleaned City of Federal Way 8/27/2020 8/27/2020 10/15/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 City of Federal Way No - none 8/27/2020 8/27/2020 8/27/2020 Staff Referral WAR045516 found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 9/9/2020 9/9/2020 9/30/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 City of Federal Way 9/16/2020 9/16/2020 9/25/2020 M54 Inspection or No - none WAR045516 Screening found City of Federal Way 9/16/2020 9/16/2020 9/17/2020 Staff Referral No - none WAR045516 found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 9/18/2020 9/18/2020 9/23/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 City of Federal Way 9/18/2020 9/18/2020 11/6/2020 Staff Referral No - none WAR045516 found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 9/21/2020 9/21/2020 10/15/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 cleaned City of Federal Way 9/23/2020 9/23/2020 9/30/2020 Staff Referralefore IWAR045516 hed MS4 Page'39of 9 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 8 - Summary of IDDE Actions in 2020 City of Federal Way No - cleaned City of Federal Way 10/1/2020 10/1/2020 10/8/2020 Pollution Hotline up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 10/1/2020 10/1/2020 10/29/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 City of Federal Way 10/7/2020 10/7/2020 10/29/2020 Other Agency Referral Unknown WAR045516 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 10/14/2020 10/14/2020 11/12/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 10/17/2020 10/17/2020 10/19/2020 ERTS Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 City of Federal Way No - none 10/19/2020 10/19/2020 11/3/2020 Other Agency Referral WAR045516 found City of Federal Way No - none 10/19/2020 10/19/2020 10/22/2020 Pollution Hotline WAR045516 found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 10/23/2020 10/23/2020 11/17/2020 Business Inspection up before WAR045516 reached MS4 City of Federal Way 11/6/2020 11/6/2020 11/9/2020 Direct Report To Your No- WAR045516 Staff found City of Federal Way No - none 11/9/2020 11/9/2020 11/10/2020 ERTS Referral WAR045516 found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 11/10/2020 11/10/2020 11/12/2020 Pollution Hotline up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 11/18/2020 11/18/2020 11/24/2020 Staff Referral up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 11/18/2020 11/18/2020 12/9/2020 Business Inspection up before WAR045516 reached MS4 City of Federal Way 11/18/2020 11/18/2020 12/10/2020 Staff Referral No - none WAR045516 found Page68 of 9 2021 NPDES Annual Report Attachment 8 - Summary of IDDE Actions in 2020 City of Federal Way Contractor Observations, Trucking cleaned out City of Federal Way Yes - notified 30th PI S & S operations communications, impacted 11/18/2020 11/18/2020 12/8/2020 Construction Inspection Federal Way Sediment/soil and collected WAR045516 Ecology 288th St caused turbid structures and water samples discharges installed for for turbidity. sediment socks. City of Federal Way 11/27/2020 11/27/2020 12/2/2020 Direct Report To Your No -none WAR045516 Staff foun City of Federal Way 12/2/2020 12/2/2020 1/19/2021 Business Inspection Unk WAR045516 City of Federal Way 12/2/2020 12/2/2020 1/19/2021 Business Inspection gnown Unk WAR045516 No -WAR045516 City of Federal Way 12/9/2020 12/9/2020 12/22/2020 Staff Referral up breac City of Federal Way No -none 12/10/2020 12/10/2020 12/10/2020 ERTS Referral WAR045516 found No - cleaned City of Federal Way 12/14/2020 12/14/2020 1/12/2021 O&M/Facility Inspection up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 12/15/2020 12/15/2020 1/12/2021 O&M/Facility Inspection up before WAR045516 reached MS4 No - cleaned City of Federal Way 12/17/2020 12/17/2020 1/20/2021 O&M/Facility Inspection up before WAR045516 reached MS4 City of Federal Way No - none 12/29/2020 12/29/2020 1/5/2021 Pollution Hotline WAR045516 found City of Federal Way 12/30/2020 12/30/2020 12/31/2020 Pollution Hotline No - none WAR045516 found PagMof 9 A�kCITY OF Federal Way August 11, 2020 Department of Ecology — NWRO Attn: Danielle DeVoe 3190 160th Ave. SE Bellevue, WA 98008 CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South • PO Box 9718 Federal Way, WA 98063-9718 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway com RE: G20 Notification Letter of Catch Basin Maintenance Timeframe Noncompliance Dear Ms. DeVoe, Per the requirement stipulated in the NPDES Phase II Western Washington Municipal Stormwater Permit (Permit) (2019-2024) Section G20, the City of Federal Way (City) is hereby providing the Department of Ecology written notification that on July 7, 2020, Surface Water Management (SWM) Division staff became aware of noncompliance regarding the timeframe requirement for maintenance of catch basins in 2019. This noncompliance was discovered by SWM staff while communicating with the vactor services provider (Provider) who was unable to complete the catch basin cleaning in the timeframe stipulated by the City. Per Permit requirement S5.C.7.a.ii, "when an inspection identifies an exceedance of the maintenance standard [as set forth in the City -adopted 2016 King County Stormwater Design Manual], maintenance shall be performed ... within six (6) months for catch basins." While required maintenance was completed for all catch basins exceeding the maintenance standard, we became aware of exceeding the 6-month timeframe when the Provider did not complete the cleaning by July 7, 2020. All catch basin inspections were initiated in late 2019 and inspection results were completed and uploaded into the City's ArcGIS system as of January 7, 2020—the beginning of the 6- month maintenance timeframe. Confirmation from the Provider of completion of work was provided on July 23, 2020, which makes the final maintenance exceedance a total of 12 business days (16 calendar days). Task Order #4 for catch basin maintenance was issued to the Provider on May 13, 2020, with an estimate that the cleaning would take approximately 21 days to complete. The Provider was unresponsive initially, and after multiple attempts at communication with the Provider, they eventually stated that they would be unable to perform the work due to cars being parked over a majority of the residential catch basins (due to citizens staying at home during the Covid-19 pandemic). \\cfwfilel\SWMData\NPDES\2019-24 Permit Cycle Documents\2021 Annual ReportTINAL_G20 Letter CB Inspection Program_08-11-2020.docx 69 On June 22, 2020, SWM staff contacted the Provider and requested that cleaning begin immediately, citing contract obligations as reviewed by the City's legal department. It was also made clear that no cleaning had been completed to date and that the cleaning must be completed by the Provider, to the maximum extent possible, by the deadline of July 7, 2020. Owing to the Provider's continued noncompliance after multiple requests to begin cleaning any accessible catch basins outlined in the Task Order, SWM staff went into the field to determine the actual number of inaccessible catch basins. On June 23, 2020, SWM staff observed that only four percent of catch basins were inaccessible. SWM staff promptly relayed this information to the Provider, and they emailed SWM staff on June 25, 2020 that work would begin immediately. Based on maintenance records, the Provider commenced work on June 26, 2020, and completed the required catch basin maintenance on July 23, 2020. Upon review of the maintenance timeline exceedance, SWM staff identified the following factors and circumstances that contributed to these exceedances: • The Provider cited the Covid-19 pandemic and the increased number of cars parked on residential streets as the primary cause for their inability to complete the work on time. Despite the time exceedance for completing catch basin maintenance in 2020, all catch basins that were identified as needing maintenance during the inspections in 2019 were cleaned in 2020, as required by the Permit. Moving forward, the City will take steps to prevent a reoccurrence of this noncompliance by: • Proposing the addition of an Asset Manager position with the SWM Division in 2021 to increase City staff oversight of catch basin inspection and maintenance timelines provided by the vactor services provider to ensure maintenance is completed by the provider within the required six (6) month time period; and, Proposing the purchase of a City -owned vactor truck in 2021 in accordance with the Surface Water Management Comprehensive Plan. The City -owned vactor truck will allow for a portion of the required catch basin maintenance to be completed in-house, thus facilitating the timely completion of all catch basin maintenance by both the City and the vactor services provider. Please let me know if you require additional information or have any questions. Regards, Edward J. Walsh IV, P.E. Public Works Director City of Federal Way 33325 81h Ave. S. Federal Way, WA 98003 cc: Theresa Thurlow, P.E., Surface Water Manager Ryan Thomas, SWM Maintenance Crew Supervisor Leah Myhre, Water Quality & NPDES Permit Program Coordinator \\cfwfilel\SWMData\NPDES\2019-24 Permit Cycle Documents\2021 Annual Report\FINAL_G20 Letter CB Inspection Program_08-11-2020.docx 70 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: March 16, 2021 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL ITEM #: SUBJECT: LED STREET LIGHT CONVERSION — CITY -OWNED LIGHTS PRJECT — FINAL ACCEPTANCE POLICY QUESTION: Should the Council accept the LED Street Light Conversion — City -Owned Lights Project constructed by Ameresco, Inc. as complete? COMMITTEE: Land Use and Transportation Committee MEETING DATE: March 1, 2021 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Desiree S. Winkler, P.E., Deputy Director _ DEPT: Public Works Attachments: Memorandum to Land Use and Transportation Committee dated March 1, 2021. Options Considered: 1. Authorize final acceptance of the LED Street Light Conversion — City -Owned Lights Project constructed by Ameresco, Inc. in the amount of1,955,613.42 as complete. 2. Do not authorize final acceptance of the completed LED Street Light Conversion — City -Owned Lights Project constructed by Ameresco, Inc. as complete and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: The Mayor recommends Option 1 be forwarded to the March 16, 2021 Council Consent Agenda for approval. MAYOR APPROVAL: 1 . om _ DIRECTOR APPROVAL: ■ CoAmiitee / //• jr CmyfmT / r/ Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward Option I to the March 16, 2021 council consent agenda for approval. Greg Baruso, Committee Chair Martin Moore, Committee Member Hoang Tran, Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move to accept the LED Street Light Conversion — City -Owned Lights Project constructed by Ameresco, Inc. as complete. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED—11/2019 RESOLUTION # 71 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: March 1, 2021 TO: Land Use & Transportation Committee VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor EJ Walsh, P.E., Public Works Director £� a FROM: Desiree S. Winkler, P.E., Deputy Public Works Director SUBJECT: LED Street Light Conversion — City -Owned Lights Project — Final Acceptance Financial Impacts: The cost to the City for the LED Street Light Conversion — City -Owned Lights Project was included within the approved budget under the Public Works Department, Capital Project #208. In accordance with the approved budget, this item is funded by a WA State Department of Commerce Grant, street light conversion rebate, and an interfund loan / future bond sale. Loan and bond payments are funded from the annual energy and maintenance savings resulting from this project. No additional funds are proposed to be spent as part of this project. BackEround Information: Prior to release of retainage on a Public Works construction project, the City Council must accept the work as complete to meet State Department of Revenue and State Department of Labor and Industries requirements. The LED Street Light Conversion — City -Owned Lights Project contract with Ameresco, Inc. is complete. The Final construction contract amount is $1,955.613.42. This is$38,999.21 below the $1,994,612.63 (including contingency) that was included in the approved budget by the City Council on July 18, 2017. Project Budget (City -owned lights only) Expenditures Project Management, Design, Construction Management, Measurement and Verification 2,300 City -owned lights)$ 750,037.39 Construction 2,300 City -owned lights) $1,955.613.42 TOTAL$2,705,650.81 Revenue WA State Department of Commerce Grant $350,000.00 PSE Rebate$ 179,825.31 Loan / Future Bond Sale* $2,175,825.50 TOTAL$2,705,650.81 *Annual energy and maintenance savings = $210,000 This project will also fund the conversion of approximately 2,700 PSE-owned (City -leased) lights. The costs for the PSE-owned street light conversion will be approximately$350,000.00 with an annual energy and maintenance savings of $75,000. Rev. 6/2020 72 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: March 16, 2021 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: ORDINANCE: Adoption of 2018 Construction Codes POLICY QUESTION: Should the City of Federal Way amend the Federal Way Revised Code (FWRC) Title 13, "Building," to adopt the state mandated and local construction codes? COMMITTEE: Land Use/Transportation Committee MEETING DATE: March 1, 2021 CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ® Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Buildiny, Official Scott Sproul DEPT: Community Development Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Ordinance Options Considered: 1. Adopt the proposed ordinance. 2. Do not adopt the proposed ordinance and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: Initial/Date DIRECTOR APPROVAL: lniliallf3alc COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed ordinance to First Reading on 311612021. Gregory Baruso Hoang Tran Mai -tin Moore Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION(S): FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE 3/16/2021: "I move to forward the proposed ordinance to the 41612021 Council Meeting for second reading and enactment. " SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE 4/6/2021: "I move approval of the proposed ordinance. (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL it ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 11/2019 RESOLUTION # 73 MEMORANDUM CITY OF k Department of Community Development Federal Way DATE: 3/l/2021 TO: Land Use and Transportation Committee VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Scott Sproul, Building Official SUBJECT: Adoption of State Mandated Building and Construction Codes Financial Impacts: The adoption of the 2018 Building Codes does not have any current or future impacts to the City Budget. The adoption process follows a three-year code -revision cycle. Background Information: The proposed ordinance will adopt and amend the currently state -mandated 2018 International Building Codes, Uniform Plumbing Code, National Electrial Code, and other building constructuion regulations pursuant to RCW 19.27, 19.27A, and 19.28. The model codes are revised by the publishers on a three-year cycle. The model code are then adopted by the state and, as a jurisdiction within the state, the City of Federal Way is required to enforce these codes. In addition, the City may amend the codes as needed to provide consistent enforcement. B. DISCUSSION The construction codes enforced by the City fall into two categories: "state mandated codes" and "local codes" adopted by a jurisdiction. State mandated codes are required to be enforced at the city and county level pursuant to RCW 19.27, 19.27A, and 19.28. Cities adopt codes at the local level in order to reconcile these codes wth other regulatory requirements and established fee resolutions. Local codes are permissible and are needed in order to provide enforcement for local building requirements. State Mandated Codes: Building Code — International Building Code (IBC) as amended by Washington State Residential Code —International Residential Code (IRC) as amended by Washington State Existing Building Code -International Existing Building Code (IEBC) as amended by Washington State Mechanical Code — International Mechanical Code (IMC) as amended by Washington State Fire Code — International Fire Code (IFC) as amended by Washington State 74 Rev. 7/18 Property Maintenance Code — International Property Maintenance Code (iMPC) Plumbing Code — Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) as amended by Washington State Electrical Code — National Electrical Code (NEC) as amended by Washington State Energy Code — International Energy Conservation Code as amended by Washington State (Washington State Energy Code) Factory Assembled Structures, Washington State Standard for the Installation of Factory Assembled Structures Local Codes Adopted by Federal Way: Swimming Pools — Hot Tubs — Spas (these regulations were drafted to regulate swimming pools and provide for fencing) 75 Rev. 7/18 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE of the City of Federal Way, Washington, relating to the adoption of the Washington State Building Code and related matters; amending FWRC 13.16.020; 13.16.030; 13.20.050; 13.20.090; 13.22.020; 13.22.030; 13.26.020; 13.26.030; 13.28.020; 13.28.030; 13.31.020; 13.31.030; 13.31.040; 13.34.020; 13.34.030; 13.38.020; 13.41.020; 13.43.020; and 13.43.030; repealing FWRC 13.20.010; 13.20.020; 13.20.030; 13.20.040; 13.20.060; and 13.20.070. (Amending Ordinance Nos. 01-389, 04-465, 07-563, 09-5952,10-665,13-743,14-772, 15-793, and 17-830) WHEREAS, the Revised Code of Washington ("RCW") mandates enforcement and provides authority to the City of Federal Way Washington to administer and enforce the Washington State Building Code Act (Chapter 19.27 RCW), the Washington State Energy Code (Chapter 19.27-A RCW), Washington State regulations regarding electricians and electrical installations (Chapter 19.28 RCW), Washington State regulations regarding installation and permitting of factory assembled structures (Chapters 43.22 and 43.22-A RCW), the Growth Management Act as it applies to the construction of buildings (RCW36.70A), and related matters within the incorporated boundaries of the City of Federal Way, Washington; and WHEREAS, these Washington State laws include amendments as adopted and included by the State of Washington; and WHEREAS, certain amendments, appendices, and other regulations are optional, and where applicable, are enforceable if adopted specifically by the City of Federal Way. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Ordinance No. 21- Page 1 of 21 Rev 2/19 76 Section 1. Chapter 13.16 FWRC "Sections" is amended to read as follows: �S ec tions: 13.16.010 Title. 13.16.020 204318 International Building Code adopted. 13.16.030 204-518 International Building Code amendments. Section 2. FWRC 13.16.020 is amended to read as follows: 13.16.020 201-518 International Building Code adopted. The 204318 Edition of the International Building Code (IBC), including the following appendix chapters: (1) Appendix E, published by the International Code Council (ICC), is hereby adopted by reference pursuant to Chapter 19.27 RCW and Chapter 51-50 WAC. The International Building Code requirements for barrier -free accessibility, Chapter 11, and other IBC requirements for barrier -free access, including ICC Al 17.1-2009 and Appendix E, are adopted pursuant to Chapters 19.27 and 70.92 RCW and shall not be amended by local government. (2) Appendix J of the IBC published by the International Code Council (ICC) is hereby adopted by reference. Section 3. FWRC 13.16.030 is amended to read as follows: 13.16.030 204-518 International Building Code amendments. The International Building Code, adopted by reference in FWRC 13.16.020, is amended as follows: (1) IBC Section 101.1, Title, is hereby amended as follows: These regulations shall be known as the Building Code of City of Federal Way, hereinafter referred to as "this code." (2) IBC Section 101.4.3, Plumbing, is hereby amended as follows: The provisions of the 20-1-518 Edition of the Uniform Plumbing Code shall apply to the installation, alteration, repair and replacement of plumbing systems, including equipment, appliances, fixtures, fittings and appurtenances, and where connected to a water or sewage system and all aspects of a medical gas system. Private Sewage Disposal systems shall be approved by King County Department of Health. Ordinance No. 21- Page 2 of 21 Rev 2/19 77 (3) IBC Section 101.4.6, Energy, is hereby amended as follows: The provisions of the International Energy Conservation Code, including WAC 51-11R and WAC 5 1 -11 C, shall apply to all matters governing the design and construction of buildings for energy efficiency. (4) IBC Section 105.1.1, Annual permit, is hereby replaced with IBC Section 105.1.1, Work in Critical Areas, to read as follows: Permit requirements of this code shall not be deemed to grant authorization for any work to be done in any manner in violation of the provisions of this code or any other laws or ordinances of this jurisdiction. Permits shall be required for work proposed within critical areas. Work exempt from permit (IBC Section 105.2) shall not apply to work proposed in critical areas. (5) IBC Section 105.1.2, Annual permit records, is hereby deleted in its entirety. (6) IBC Section 105.2, item 1, is hereby amended to read as follows: One-story detached accessory structures used as tool and storage sheds, playhouses and similar uses, provided the floor area does not exceed 200 square feet (18.58 m2) and exterior wall height shall not exceed 10 feet measured from the bottom plate to the top of wall. (7) IBC Section 105.4.1, Amended Permit, is hereby created as follows: When the size of the building is increased or the scope for which the permit was issued is changed, an application to amend the building permit shall be required. Amended permit documents including but not limited to revised plans, calculations, product information, energy calculations, or other documents needed in order to clarify the intent and scope of the amended application shall be submitted for plan review. Fees for the review of the amended permit application shall be assessed and paid pursuant to the City of Federal Way fee resolution. When the building official is satisfied that the proposed work included in the amended application conforms to the requirements of this code and laws and ordinances applicable thereto, the building official shall issue a permit therefore as soon as practicable. (8) IBC Section 107.3, Examination of documents, is hereby amended as follows: The building official shall examine or cause to be examined the accompanying submittal documents and shall ascertain by such examinations whether the construction indicated and described is in accordance with the requirements of this code and other pertinent laws or ordinances. The building official may require third party review to insure compliance with this code. The cost of such review shall be borne by the applicant in compliance with the city's fee schedule. Ordinance No. 21- Page 3 of 21 Rev 2/19 78 (9) Chapter 2, Definitions, is hereby amended by the addition of the following definition: CT TD CT' A: T,J A L TT iTDD lI� �Ty'T iTL'T�T'P A �,, p +--+- rehabili ativ- u'.ddit'lon or 13uli 1J 1A 411A 1141 RO v L1v1L1V 1. Ally re ailr, reC01131.1"Ul , , improvement of a building or structure, the cost of which equals or exceeds 50 percent of the assessed value of the structure before the improvement or repair is started. If the structure has sustained substantial damage, any repairs are considered substantial improvement regardless of the actual repair work performed. The term does not, however, include either: 1. Any project for improvement of a building required to correct existing health, sanitary or safety code violations identified by the building official and that are the minimum necessary to assure safe living conditions. 2. Any alteration of a historic structure provided that the alteration will not preclude the structure's continued designation as a historic structure. (10) IBC Appendix J is hereby amended to add a new Section J101.1.1, Local Regulations, as follows: In addition to the requirements of IBC appendix J, clearing and grading activities shall be reviewed and regulated under the following FWRC regulations: (a) FWRC Title 16 Surface and Stormwater Management; and, (b) Chapter 19.120 FWRC, Clearing, Grading, and Tree and Vegetation Retention; and, (c) Chapter 19.142 FWRC, Flood Damage Prevention. In case of conflict, the most restrictive provision shall apply. Section 4. FWRC 13.20.010 is repealed in its entirety. Section 5. FWRC 13.20.020 is repealed in its entirety. Section 6. FWRC 13.20.030 is repealed in its entirety. Section 7. FWRC 13.20.040 is repealed in its entirety, .Section 8. FWRC 13.20.050 is amended to read as follows: 13.20.050 Fire detection and protection. !EfIa'_*.'!"- 9TRPAT r.�i!!�:llR�i.T.R!!_ rl N1! ■ w s. Ordinance No. 21- Page 4 of 21 Rev 2/19 79 arm E , E ■ E • fEE E -Mir~• E a e (31) A standby power generator set shall be provided on the premises in accordance with the 204 518 International Building Code, Section 403.4, and the 204-420 National Electrical Code, as presently constituted or as may be subsequently amended. The standby system shall have a capacity and rating sufficient to supply all equipment required to be operational at the same time, including but not limited to emergency lighting, stair enclosures, elevator shaft pressurization, and elevators. Section 9. FWRC 13.20.060 is repealed in its entirety. Section 10. FWRC 13.20.070 is repealed in its entirety. Section 11. FWRC 13.20.090 is amended to read as follows: 13.20.090 Construction inspection. The following shall be required for buildings designed and constructed pursuant to this section: (1) Structural observation provided by the engineer of record for structural frame elements; (2) Special inspections as required in the 204518 International Building Code; (3) All other inspections shall be in strict accordance with other applicable codes; and (4) Structural observation documents stamped by the engineer of record and all special inspection reports shall be submitted to the Federal Way building division prior to the issuance of a certificate of occupancy. Section 12. Chapter 13.22 FWRC "Sections" is amended to read as follows: Sections: 13.22.010 Title. 13.22.020 204318 International Residential Code adopted. Ordinance No. 21- Page 5 of 21 Rev 2/19 80 13.22.030 204-518 International Residential Code amendments. Section 13. FWRC 13.22.020 is amended to read as follows: 13.22.020 2047518 International Residential Code adopted. The 204-518 Edition of the International Residential Code (IRC) as published by the International Code Council (ICC) is hereby adopted by reference pursuant to Chapter 19.27 RCW and Chapter 51- 51 WAC, with the following additions, deletions, and exceptions; provided, that Chapters 11 and 25 through 43 of this code are not adopted; that energy conservation construction is regulated by Chapter 51-11R WAC; that plumbing is regulated by Chapter 51-56 WAC; that electrical installations are regulated by Chapter 296-46B WAC or the National Electrical Code (NEC) as published by the National Fire Protection Association, as adopted by the city of Federal Way; and that Appendix G, Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs, of the 20-1-518 Edition of the IRC as published by the ICC is hereby adopted. The standards for liquefied petroleum gas installations shall be NFPA 58 (Liquefied Petroleum Gas Code) and NFPA 54 (National Fuel Gas Code). All other fuel gas installations shall be regulated by the International Mechanical Code (IMC) and International Fuel Gas Code (IFGC); including the following appendix chapters: H and J of the IRC published by the International Code Council (ICC) are hereby adopted by reference. Section 14. FWRC 13.22.030 is amended to read as follows: 13.22.030 204-518 International Residential Code amendments. The International Residential Code, adopted by reference in FWRC 13.22.020, is amended as follows: (1) IRC 101.1, Title, is hereby amended to read as follows: These provisions shall be known as the Residential Code for One- and Two-family Dwellings of The City of Federal Way, and shall be cited as such and will be referred to herein as "this code." (2) IRC Section 105.1.1, Annual permit, is hereby replaced with IBC Section 105.1.1, Work in Critical Areas, to read as follows: Permit requirements of this code shall not be deemed to grant authorization for any work to be done in any manner in violation of the provisions of this code or any other laws or ordinances of this jurisdiction. Permits shall be required for work proposed within critical areas. Work exempt from permit (IBC Section 105.2) shall not apply to work proposed in critical areas. (3) IRC 105.3.1, Action on application, is hereby amended by the addition of the following language: Ordinance No. 21- Page 6 of 21 Rev 2/19 81 The building official shall examine or cause to be examined applications for permits and amendments thereto within a reasonable time after filing. If the application or the construction documents do not conform to the requirements of pertinent laws, the building official shall reject such application in writing stating the reasons therefore. When the building official is satisfied that the proposed work conforms to the requirements of this code and laws and ordinances applicable thereto, the building official shall issue a permit therefore as soon as practicable. The building official may require third party review to insure compliance with this code. The cost of such review shall be borne by the applicant in compliance with the city's fee schedule. (4) IRC 105.4.1, Amended Permit, is hereby created as follows: When the size of the building is increased or the scope for which the permit was issued is changed, an application to amend the building permit shall be required. Amended permit documents including but not limited to revised plans, calculations, product information, energy calculations, or other documents needed in order to clarify the intent and scope of the amended application shall be submitted for plan review. Fees for the review of the amended permit application shall be assessed and paid pursuant to the City of Federal Way fee resolution. When the building official is satisfied that the proposed work included in the amended application conforms to the requirements of this code and laws and ordinances applicable thereto, the building official shall issue a permit therefore as soon as practicable. (5) R106.3.1, Approval of construction documents, is hereby amended to read as follows: When the building official issues a permit, the construction documents shall be approved in writing or by a stamp. One set of construction documents so reviewed and stamped Approved File Copy, shall be retained by the building official. The other set, stamped Approved Site Copy, shall be returned to the applicant, shall be kept at the site of work at all times and shall be open to inspection by the building official or his or her authorized representative. Failure to produce the Site Copy of the plans at time of inspection may result in a failed inspection. (6) IRC Table 301.2(1) is amended by the addition of the following information: Roof Snow Load Wind Design Seismic Design Category Subject To Damage From Winter Design Weathering Frost line Termites Temp Ice Layer Underlay Required Flood Hazard Air Freezing Index Mean Annual Temp Speed Topo Mph Effects 25lb/ft2 85 No D2 Moderate 12" Moderate 24 No Yes 250 55 Ordinance No. 21- Page 7 of 21 Rev 2/19 82 Section 15. Chapter 13.26 FWRC "Sections" is amended to read as follows: Sections: 13.26.010 Title. 13.26.020 201318 International Mechanical Code adopted. 13.26.030 204-518 International Mechanical Code amendments. Section 16. FWRC 13.26.020 is amended to read as follows: 13.26.020 2047518 International Mechanical Code adopted. The 204-518 Edition of the International Mechanical Code (IMC) as published by the International Code Conference (ICC) is hereby adopted by reference pursuant to Chapter 19.27 RCW and Chapter 51-52 WAC. In the case of conflict between the duct sealing or insulation requirements of Section 603 or 604 of the IMC and the duct sealing or insulation requirements of Chapter 5 1 -11 C WAC, the Washington State Energy Code, the provisions of the energy code shall govern. Section 17. FWRC 13.26.030 is amended to read as follows: 13.26.030 204518 International Mechanical Code amendments. The International Mechanical Code, adopted by reference in FWRC 13.26.020, is amended as follows: (1) IMC 101.1, Title, is hereby amended to read as follows: These regulations shall be known as the Mechanical Code of the City of Federal Way, hereinafter referred to as "this code." (2) IMC 104.6, Notices and orders, is hereby amended to read as follows: Notices and Orders shall be issued in compliance with FWRC 1.15.040, (3) IMC 106.4.1.1, Amended Permit, is hereby created as follows: When the scope of work for which the permit was issued is changed, the building official may amend the mechanical permit. When such fees specified in IMC Section 106 or the Federal Way Fee Schedule have been paid and when changes to the plans and application have been approved, the building official shall issue an "amended permit," which includes the approved changes as well as the original plans and specifications. The issuance of such amended permit shall void the original permit. Ordinance No. 21- Page 8 of 21 Rev 2/19 83 (4) IMC 106.3.2, Preliminary inspection, is hereby amended to read as follows: Before a permit is issued, the building official is authorized to inspect and evaluate the systems, equipment, buildings, devices, premises and spaces or areas to be used. The building official may require third party review to ensure compliance with this code. The cost of such review shall be borne by the applicant in compliance with the Federal Way Fee Schedule. (5) IMC 106.4.3, Expiration, is hereby amended in its entirety as follows: Every permit issued shall become invalid unless the work on the site authorized by such permit is commenced within 180 days after issuance, or if the work authorized on the site by such permit is suspended or abandoned for a period of 180 days after the time the work is commenced. The building official is authorized to grant, in writing, one or more extensions of time, for periods not more than 180 days each. The extension shall be requested in writing and justifiable cause demonstrated. In order to renew action on a permit after expiration, the permittee shall pay a new full permit fee. (6) IMC 106.5.2, Fee schedule, is hereby amended to read as follows: The fees for mechanical permits shall be assessed in accordance with the provisions of the City of Federal Way Fee Schedule. (7) IMC 106.5.3, Fee refunds, is hereby amended in its entirety as follows: Fees shall be refunded in accordance with the City of Federal Way Fee Schedule. (8) IMC 108.3, Prosecution of violation, is hereby amended to read as follows: If the notice of violation is not complied with promptly, the building official shall take action as prescribed in Title 1 of the FWRC. (9) IMC 108.4, Violation penalties, is hereby amended to read as follows: Persons who shall violate a provision of this code or shall fail to comply with any of the requirements thereof or who shall erect, install, alter or repair mechanical work in violation of the approved construction documents or directive of the building official, or of a permit or certificate issued under the provisions of this code, shall be subject to the provisions of Title 1 of the FWRC. (10) IMC 108.7, Unsafe mechanical systems, is hereby amended to read as follows: A mechanical system that is unsafe, constitutes a fire or health hazard, or is otherwise dangerous to human life, as regulated by this code, is hereby declared as an unsafe mechanical system. Use of a mechanical system regulated by this code constituting a Ordinance No. 21- Page 9 of21 Rev 2/19 84 hazard to health, safety or welfare by reason of inadequate maintenance, dilapidation, fire hazard, disaster, damage or abandonment is hereby declared an unsafe use. Such unsafe equiprnerit and appliances are llereby dellared tV be a ralsance and shall be abated by repair, rehabilitation, demolition or removal in accordance with Title 1 of the FWRC. (11) IMC 108.7.1, Authority to condemn mechanical systems, is hereby amended to read as follows: Whenever the building official determines that any mechanical system, or portion thereof, regulated by this code has become hazardous to life, health, property, or has become insanitary, the building official may issue an order to cease activity. The cease activity notice shall be issued pursuant to Section 1.15.030 of the FWRC. A person shall not use or maintain a defective mechanical system after receiving such notice. When such mechanical system is to be disconnected, written notice as prescribed in Title 1 of the FWRC shall be given. In cases of immediate danger to life or property, such disconnection shall be made immediately without such notice. (12) IMC 109.1, Application for appeal, is hereby amended to read as follows: Appeals of decisions or determinations made by the building official relative to the application and interpretation of this code shall be made to the hearings examiner pursuant to FWRC 13.06.060. Section 18. Chapter 13.28 FWRC "Sections" is amended to read as follows: Sections: 13.28.010 Title. 13.28.020 204-518 International Existing Building Code adopted. 13.28.030 204-518 International Existing Building Code amendments. Section 19. FWRC 13.28.020 is amended to read as follows: 13.28.020 201518 International Existing Building Code adopted. The 204-518 Edition of the International Existing Building Code (IEBC), as published by the International Code Conference (ICC), is hereby adopted by reference pursuant to Chapter 19.27 RCW and Chapter 51-50 WAC. Section 20. FWRC 13.28.030 is amended to read as follows: Ordinance No. 21- Page 10 of 21 Rev 2/ 19 85 13.28.030 204-518 International Existing Building Code amendments. (1) IEBC 101.1, Title, is hereby amended to read as follows: These regulations shall be known as the Existing Building Code of the City of Federal Way, hereinafter referred to as "this code." Section 21. Chapter 13.31 FWRC "Sections" is amended to read as follows: Sections: 13.31.010 Title. 13.31.020 204-518 International Fire Code adopted. 13.31.030 204-518 International Fire Code amendments. 13.31.040 Fire alarm system. 13.31.050 Sprinkler installation. 13.31.060 NFPA 130 Standard for Fixed Guideway Transit and Passenger Rail Systems adopted. 13.31.070 NFPA 130 Standard for Fixed Guideway Transit and Passenger Rail Systems amended. Section 22. FWRC 13.31.020 is amended to read as follows: 13.31.020 204518 International Fire Code adopted. The 204-518 Edition of the International Fire Code (IFC), published by the International Code Council, is hereby adopted by reference pursuant to Chapter 19.27 RCW and Chapter 51-54A WAC with the following additions, deletions, and exceptions. Appendix B is adopted as amended. Appendices C, E, F, and I are adopted by reference. Section 23. FWRC 13.31.030 is amended to read as follows: 13.31.030 201-518 International Fire Code amendments. (1) IFC Section 503 is hereby created as follows: (a) IFC 503.1, Where required. Fire apparatus access roads shall be provided and maintained in accordance with Sections 503.1.1 through 503.1.3. (b) IFC 503.1.1 Buildings and facilities. Approved fire apparatus access roads shall be provided for every facility, building or portion of a building hereafter constructed or moved into or within the jurisdiction. The fire apparatus access road shall comply with the requirements of this section and shall extend to within 150 feet (45 720 mm) of all portions of the facility and all portions of the exterior walls of the first story of the building as measured by an approved route around the exterior of the building or facility. Ordinc Rev 2/19 86 Exception: The fire code official is authorized to increase the dimension of 150 feet (45 720 mm) where: 1. The building is equipped throughout with an approved automatic sprinkler system installed in accordance with Section 903.3.1.1, 903.3.1.2 or 903.3.1.3. 2. Fire apparatus access roads cannot be installed because of location on property, topography, waterways, nonnegotiable grades or other similar conditions, and an approved alternative means of fire protection is provided. 3. There are not more than two Group R-3 or Group U occupancies. (c) IFC 503.1.2 Additional access. The fire code official is authorized to requite more than one fire apparatus access road based on the potential for impairment of a single road by vehicle congestion, condition of terrain, climatic conditions or other factors that could limit access. (d) IFC 503.1.3 High -piled storage. Fire department vehicle access to buildings used for high -piled combustible storage shall comply with the applicable provisions of Chapter 32. (e) IFC 503.2 Specifications. Fire apparatus access roads shall be installed and arranged in accordance with Sections 503.2.1 through 503.2.8. (f) IFC 503.2.1 Dimensions. Fire apparatus access roads shall have an unobstructed width of not less than 20 feet (6096 mm), exclusive of shoulders, except for approved security gates in accordance with Section 503.6, and an unobstructed vertical clearance of not less than 13 feet 6 inches (4115 mm). (g) IFC 503.2.2 Authority. The fire code official shall have the authority to require an increase in the minimum access widths where they are inadequate for fire or rescue operations. (h) IFC 503.2.3 Surface. Fire apparatus access roads shall be designed and maintained to support the imposed loads of fire apparatus and shall be surfaced so as to provide all- weather driving capabilities. Ordinance No. 21- Page 12 of 21 Rev 2/19 87 (i) IFC 503.2.4 Turning radius. The required turning radius of a fire apparatus access road shall be determined by the fire code official. 0) IFC 503.2.5 Dead ends. Dead-end fire apparatus access roads in excess of 150 feet (45 720 nun) in length shall be provided with an approved area for turning around fire apparatus. (k) IFC 503.2.6 Bridges and elevated surfaces. Where a bridge or an elevated surface is part of a fire apparatus access road, the bridge shall be constructed and maintained in accordance with AASHTO HB-17. Bridges and elevated surfaces shall be designed for a live load sufficient to carry the imposed loads of fire apparatus. Vehicle load limits shall be posted at both entrances to bridges when required by the fire code official. Where elevated surfaces designed for emergency vehicle use are adjacent to surfaces which are not designed for such use, approved barriers, approved signs or both shall be installed and maintained when required by the fire code official. (1) IFC 503.2.7 Grade. The grade of the fire apparatus access road shall be within the limits established by the fire code official based on the fire department's apparatus. (m) IFC 503.2.8 Angles of approach and departure. The angles of approach and departure for fire apparatus access roads shall be within the limits established by the fire code official based on the fire department's apparatus. (n) IFC 503.4 Obstruction of fire apparatus access roads. Fire apparatus access roads shall not be obstructed in any manner, including the parking of vehicles. The minimum widths and clearances established in Section 503.2.1 shall be maintained at all times. (o) IFC 503.5 Required gates or barricades. The fire code official is authorized to require the installation and maintenance of gates or other approved barricades across fire apparatus access roads, trails or other accessways, not including public streets, alleys or highways. Electric gate operators, where provided, shall be listed in accordance with UL 325. Gates intended for automatic operation shall be designed, constructed and installed to comply with the requirements of ASTM F 2200. (p) IFC 503.5.1 Secured gates and barricades. When required, gates and barricades shall be secured in an approved manner. Roads, trails and other accessways that have been closed and obstructed in the manner prescribed by Section 503.5 shall not be trespassed on or used unless authorized by the owner and the fire code official. Ordinc..___ ._ _. Rev 2/19 88 Exception: The restriction on use shall not apply to public officers acting within the scope of duty. (q) IFC 503.6 Security gates. The installation of security gates across a fire apparatus access road shall be approved by the fire chief. Where security gates are installed, they shall have an approved means of emergency operation. The security gates and the emergency operation shall be maintained operational at all times. Electric gate operators, where provided, shall be listed in accordance with UL 325. Gates intended for automatic operation shall be designed, constructed and installed to comply with the requirements of ASTM F 2200. (2) IFC Appendix B is hereby amended as follows: (a) Section B 105.2, Buildings other than one- and two-family dwellings, is replaced as follows: B 105.2 Buildings other than one- and two-family dwellings. The minimum fire flow and flow duration for buildings other than one- and two-family dwellings shall be as specified in IFC Table B 105.1(2). Exception: A reduction in required fire flow of up to 50 percent, as approved, is allowed when the building is protected throughout with an automatic fire sprinkler system installed in accordance with NFPA 13 or NFPA 13R. The resulting fire flow shall not be less than 1,500 gallons per minute (5,678 L/min) for the prescribed duration as specified in Table B 105.1(2). (b) Table B 105.2 is deleted. Section 24. FWRC 13.31.040 is amended to read as follows: 13.31.040 Fire alarm system. fn addition to the fire alarm and detection systems requirements specified in the IFC, all new buildings and structures exceeding 3,000 square feet gross floor area shall be required to provide an approved automatic fire alarm system. Building additions Whiek inere se than esssguafe f't� ' the building more than 3,000 gross square feet shall be required to provide an approved automatic fire alarm system serving the addition. Fire walls as noted in Section 706 of the International Building Code shall not be considered to provide a separate building under this section or to enable deletion of the required fire alarm system. Exceptions: Group U or R, Division 3, occupancies. Ordinance No. 21- Page 14 of 21 Rev 2/19 89 Section 25. Chapter 13.34 FWRC "Sections" is amended to read as follows: Sections: 13.34.010 Title. 13.34.020 204518 Uniform Plumbing Code adopted. 13.34.030 204-518 Uniform Plumbing Code amendments. Section 26. FWRC 13,34.020 is amended to read as follows: 13.34.020 201518 Uniform Plumbing Code adopted. The 2015 Edition of the Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC), including Appendices A, B, and I, as published by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO), is hereby adopted by reference pursuant to Chapter 19.27 RCW and Chapter 51-56 WAC, with the following additions, deletions and exceptions; provided, that Chapters 12 and 15 ofthis code are not adopted; provided further, that those requirements of the UPC relating to venting and combustion air of fuel fired appliances as found in Chapter 5 and those portions of the. code addressing building sewers are not adopted. Where a conflict exists between the provisions of Appendix I and the manufacturer's installation instructions, the conditions of the listing and the manufacturer's installation instructions shall apply. Section 27. FWRC 13.34.030 is amended to read as follows: 13.34.030 20-1518 Uniform Plumbing Code amendments. The Uniform Plumbing Code, adopted by reference in FWRC 13.34.020, is amended as follows: (1) UPC 103.3.2.1, Amended Permit, is hereby created as follows: When the scope for which the permit was issued is changed, an application to amend the building permit shall be required. Amended permit documents including but not limited to revised plans, or other documents needed in order to clarify the intent and scope of the amended application shall be submitted for plan review. Fees for the review of the amended permit application shall be assessed and paid pursuant to the City of Federal Way fee resolution. When the building official is satisfied that the proposed work included in the amended application conforms to the requirements of this code and laws and ordinances applicable thereto, the building official shall issue a permit therefore as soon as practicable. (2) UPC 103.3.3, Expiration, is hereby amended to read as follows: Every permit issued by the building official under the provisions of this code shall expire by limitation and become null and void if the work authorized by such permit is not commenced within one hundred and eighty (180) days from the date of such permit, or if Ordinance No. 21- Page 15 of 21 Rev 2/19 90 the work authorized by such permit is suspended or abandoned at any time after the work is commenced for a period of one hundred and eighty (180) days. A permittee holding an unexpired permit shall be permitted to apply for an extension of the time within which work shall be permitted to commence under that permit when the permittee is unable to commence work within the time required by this section. The building official shall be permitted to extend the time for action one or more times by the permittee for a period not exceeding one hundred and eighty (180) days upon written request by the permittee. In order to renew action on a permit after expiration where such suspension or abatement has exceeded one (1) year, the permittee shall pay a new full permit fee. (3) UPC 103.4.2, Expiration of Plan Review, is amended in its entirety as follows: An application for a permit for any proposed' work shall be deemed to have been abandoned 180 days after the date of filing, unless such application has been pursued in good faith or a permit has been issued; except that the building official is authorized to grant one or more extensions of time for additional periods not exceeding 180 days each. The extension shall be requested in writing. A new, complete permit application and full fees must be submitted to restart the review process on any expired application that cannot be extended. The new application date is the date of the new submittal. Section 28. FWRC 13.38.020 is amended to read as follows: 13.38.020 Electrical codes adopted. (1) Adoption by reference. The following codes, as presently constituted or as may be subsequently amended, are all adopted as amended, added to, or excepted in this title, together with all amendments and additions provided in this title, and shall be applicable within the city: (a) The National Electrical Code (NEC), 204-420 Edition, as published by the National Fire Protection Association; (b) The laws, rules and regulations for installing electrical wiring and equipment set forth in Chapter 19.28 RCW; (c) The following chapters of the Washington Administrative Code: (i) Chapter 296-43 WAC, Heating Installation; (ii) Chapter 296-45 WAC, Safety Standards, Electrical Workers; Ordinance No. 21- Page 16 of 21 Rev 2/19 91 (iii) Chapter 296-46B WAC, Electrical Safety Standards, Administration, and Installation. (2) Purpose. This title is enacted as an exercise of police power of the city for the benefit of the public at large. It is not intended to create a special relationship with any individual, or individuals, or to identify and protect any particular class of persons. The purpose of this title is to provide minimum standards to safeguard life or limb, health, property and public welfare, by regulating and controlling building construction and work related thereto. Section 29. FWRC 13.41.020 is amended to read as follows: 13.41.020 201518 International Energy Conservation Code adopted. The 204-518 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), published by the International Code Council as amended by the state of Washington, is hereby adopted by reference pursuant to Chapter 19.27 RCW and Chapters 51-11R and 51-11C WAC. Where this Code is in conflict with one or more of the city's adopted regulations, the more restrictive language shall apply. Section 30. Chapter 13.43 FWRC "Sections" is amended to read as follows: Sections: 13.43.010 Title. 13.43.020 204518 International Property Maintenance Code adopted. 13.43.030 204518 International Property Maintenance Code amendments. Section 31. FWRC 13.43.020 is amended to read as follows: 13.43.020 204418 International Property Maintenance Code adopted. The 204-518 International Property Maintenance Code (IPMC) is adopted as amended, added to, or excepted in this title, and shall be applicable within the city. Where this Code is in conflict with one or more of the city's adopted regulations, the more restrictive language shall apply. Section 32. FWRC 13.43.030 is amended to read as follows: 13.43.030 201518 International Property Maintenance Code amendments. Ordinance No. 21- Page 17 of 21 Rev 2/19 92 The International Property Maintenance Code, adopted by reference in FWRC 13.43.020, is amended as follows: (1) IPMC 101.1, Title, is hereby amended to read as follows: These regulations shall be known as the Property Maintenance Code of City of Federal Way, hereinafter referred to as "this code." (2) IPMC 102.3, Application of other codes, is hereby amended to read as follows: Repairs, additions or alterations to a structure, or changes of occupancy, shall be done in accordance with the procedures and provisions of the International Building Code, International Residential Code, International Fuel Gas Code, International Mechanical Code, Uniform Plumbing Code, National Electrical Code, Washington State Energy Code and the Washington State Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality Code. Nothing in this code shall be construed to cancel, modify or set aside any provision of the Federal Way Revised Code. (3) IPMC 103 is hereby deleted in its entirety. (4) IPMC 106.2, Notice of violation, is hereby amended to read as follows: The code official shall serve a notice of violation or order in accordance with Title I of the Federal Way Revised Code (FWRC). (5) IPMC 106.3, Prosecution of violation, is hereby deleted in its entirety. (6) IPMC 106.4, Violation penalties, is hereby deleted in its entirety. (7) IPMC 106.5, Abatement of violation, is hereby deleted in its entirety. (8) IPMC 107.1, Notice to person responsible, is hereby amended to read as follows: Whenever the code official determines that there has been a violation of this code or has grounds to believe that a violation has occurred, notice shall be given in the manner prescribed in Section 1.15.040 of the FWRC. (9) IPMC 107.2, Form, is hereby deleted in its entirety. (10) IPMC 107.3, Method of service, is hereby deleted in its entirety. (11) IPMC 107.5, Penalties, is hereby deleted in its entirety. Ordinance No. 21- Page 18 of 21 Rev 2/19 93 (12) IPMC 111, title, is hereby amended to read as follows: HEARINGS EXAMINER. (13) IPMC 111.1, General, is hereby amended to read as follows: Appeals, of orders, decisions or determinations made by the building official relative to the application and interpretation of this code shall be made to the hearings examiner pursuant to FWRC 13.05.060. (14) IPMC 111.2, Limitations on authority, is hereby amended to read as follows: An application for appeal shall be based on a claim that the true intent of this code or the rules legally adopted thereunder have been incorrectly interpreted, the provisions of this code do not fully apply. The hearings examiner shall have no authority relative to the interpretation of the administrative provisions of this Code nor shall the hearings examiner be empowered to waive any requirements of this code. (15) IPMC 112, title, is hereby amended to read as follows: ORDER TO CEASE ACTIVITY (16) IPMC 112.1, Authority, is hereby amended to read as follows: Orders to cease activity. Whenever any work is being done contrary to the provisions of this Code, or other pertinent laws or ordinances implemented through the enforcement of this Code, the building official may order the work to cease by issuance of an order to cease activity pursuant to the FWRC 1.15.030. (17) IPMC 112.2, Issuance, is hereby amended to read as follows: Occupancy violations. Whenever any building or structure or equipment therein regulated by this Code is being used contrary to the provisions of this Code, the building official may, by issuance of an order to cease activity pursuant to FWRC 1.15.030, order such use discontinued and the structure, or portion thereof, vacated. (18) IPMC 112.3, Unlawful continuance, is hereby amended to read as follows: Any person who shall continue any work after having been served with an order to cease activity, except such work as that person is directed to perform to remove a violation or unsafe condition, shall be subject to penalties as prescribed by law. (19) IPMC 202, Definitions, is hereby amended to read in part: Ordinance No. 21- Page 19 of 21 Rev 2/19 94 CODE OFFICIAL. Shall mean the Building Official. (20) IPMC 302.4. Weeds, is hereby amended to read as follows: All premises and exterior property shall be maintained free from weeds or plant growth in excess of six inches in height on development property or 12 inches in height on vacant land. All noxious weeds shall be prohibited. Weeds shall be defined as all grasses, annual plants, and vegetation, other than trees or shrubs; however, this term shall not include cultivated flowers and gardens. Section 33. SeverabiliV. Should any section, subsection, paragraph, sentence, clause, or phrase of this chapter, or its application to any person or situation, be declared unconstitutional or invalid for any reason, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this chapter or its application to any other person or situation. The City Council of the City of Federal Way hereby declares that it would have adopted this chapter and each section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase, or portion thereof, irrespective of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, sentences, clauses, phrases, or portions be declared invalid or unconstitutional. Section 34. Corrections. The City Clerk and the codifiers of this ordinance are authorized to make necessary corrections to this ordinance including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener/clerical errors, references, ordinance numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. Section 35. Ratification. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this ordinance is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 36. Effective Date. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force thirty (30) days from and after its passage and publication, as provided by law. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Federal Way this day of Ordinance No. 21- Page 20 of 21 Rev 2/19 95 2021. ATTEST: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: JIM FERRELL, MAYOR STEPHANIE COURTNEY, CMC, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: RYAN CALL, CITY ATTORNEY FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: Ordinance No. 21- Page 21 of 21 Rev 2/19 96 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: March 2, 2021 ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: ORDINANCE: FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION ALTERATION NO.2 POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council approve the change to the Federal Way Link Extension Development Agreement as proposed by Sound Transit? COMMITTEE: Land Use and Transportation Committee MEETING DATE: March 1, 2021 CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ® Ordinance ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution STAFF REPORT BY: Ryan Medlen, Sound Transit Liaison Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ Other DEPT: Public Works Options Considered: 1. Support the proposed ordinance. 2. Do not support the proposed ordinance and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: .U. Eq DIRECTOR APPROVAL: Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to support the proposed ordinance changing the Federal Way Link Extension Development Agreement which is on the agenda for a public hearing and First Reading on March 2, 2021. Greg Baruso, Committee Chair Martin Moore, Committee Member Hoang Tran, Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION(S): N/A (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 8/2020 RESOLUTION # 97 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: March 1, 2021 TO: Land Use & Transportation Committee VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor EJ Walsh, Public Works Director FROM: Ryan Medlen, Sound Transit Liaison a� SUBJECT: Federal Way Link Extension Alteration No. 2 Financial Impacts: There is no financial impact to the City. Background Information: On June 4, 2019, the City Council passed Ordinance 19-869 which authorized the Mayor to execute a Development Agreement under RCW 36.70B and FWRC 19.85 ("Agreement") with Sound Transit for the construction of the Federal Way Link Extension ("FWLE"), a Class I Essential Public Facility ("Project"). The Agreement provided Sound Transit with approval for the Project and identified specific public improvements or other measures Sound Transit would take to mitigate the impact of the Project. The Agreement outlined a review process to reflect that Sound Transit is utilizing a design -build process for the project. Outlined within the Agreement are a specific set of design submittals that would build on each other before culminating in plans to be issued for construction. These included: 1. Preliminary Engineering Submittal — original plans on which the Final Environmental Impact Statement was based. 2. Proposed Changes to the Preliminary Engineering Submittal — concept changes made as part of the Design -Build Contractor selection process. 3. 60% Design Submittal — submittal advancing the concept. 4. 90% Design Submittal — submittal refining the concept to meet project requirements and City standards. At the second submittal, the concept of extending the existing parking garage was introduced, requiring revisions to the Agreement language to clarify the project would not require a new standalone parking garage. Following submittal of changes proposed by the Design -Build Contractor to the original concept, Sound Transit elected to pursue substantive changes to the Federal Way Transit Center Station area concept that were in conflict with the originally adopted Development Agreement. These changes also resulted in revisions to Station Elements identified in the Agreement and required Sound Transit to request an alteration to the Agreement with the City (Exhibit A). Rev. 2/2021 98 March 1, 2021 Land Use and Transportation Committee Federal Way Link Extension Alteration No. 2 Page 2 The primary purpose of the proposed changes is to better address pedestrian safety in the future light rail station area and increase the overall efficiency of the station area and use of space. The basis of this change is discussed further under the Description of Proposal in this memorandum. The proposal includes changes to the Agreement language to accurately describe the Station Elements as proposed as well as updates to three (3) exhibits to reflect changes to the proposed layout of the Federal Way Transit Center Station. Environmental Review Sound Transit and is lead agency under WAC 197-11-050 for purposes of State Environmental Protection Act (SEPA) review. The City relies on the environmental documents prepared by Sound Transit consistent with WAC 197-11-600, which does not preclude the City from implementing permit conditions to ensure compliance with City codes and standards. Sound Transit has submitted written verification to the City that the proposed changes have been adequately addressed through the SEPA and NEPA environmental review process (Exhibit B). Description of Proposal: The key project elements remain similar. The plan currently includes, and retains in the proposed changes to the Agreement, a new station for the Link Light Rail extension, new bus facilities to accommodate associated bus transport from the three area transit agencies, 400 new parking spaces, and construction laydown area that is expected to be surplus property for future development following project completion. The original design on which Sound Transit solicited proposals from potential Design -Build Contractors (Exhibit C) included a new standalone parking garage and a new bus terminal next to the light rail station. The proposed parking garage included room for buses to layover, or park while the drivers take their break, on the ground floor. The original design was found to be flawed as it did not adequately consider Sound Transit's needs to accommodate expected transit growth. The Design -Build Contractor concept (Exhibit D) incorporated an extension of the existing parking garage, which allowed the new parking garage area to occupy less land. The other key change was the proposal to enlarge the existing bus terminal at the Federal Way Transit Center to accommodate the additional capacity that is forecasted to be needed. This extension minimized changes to the existing land use patterns and provided some operational efficiencies. However, this also resulted in concerns from the City as well as internally at Sound Transit about pedestrian safety. The updated design (Exhibit E) put forth by Sound Transit in this proposed change to the Agreement is effectively a hybrid between the original and Design -Build Contractor designs. This design includes the extension of the existing parking garage and a bus terminal adjacent to the new station. Pedestrian safety has been improved by reducing the required crossings for both people parking in the garage as well as people arriving by bus (Table 1). The pedestrian 99 March 1, 2021 Land Use and Transportation Committee Federal Way Link Extension Alteration No. 2 Page 3 crossings from bus drop-off locations to the station are of special note due to the fact that it is expected that 68% of future light rail passengers will arrive at the transit center by bus.' Based on expected ridership from environmental review, the new design has a 35% reduction in passenger lane crossings from the RFP design and a 75% reduction in passenger lane crossings from the Design -Build Contractor Design. From Garage to Station From Bus to Station RFP Design 2 to 4 vehicle lanes and 2 to 4 bus lanes 0 to 4 bus lanes Design -Build Contractor Design 2 vehicle lanes, 8 bus lanes 2 vehicle lanes, 4 to 8 bus lanes New Design 2 vehicle lanes, 2 bus lanes 0 to 2 bus lanes Table 1: Pedestrian Crossings by Design The primary new element to the project with this proposal is a surface layover lot for buses, an activity that was previously proposed in the parking garage then as an extension of the existing bus terminal. The use of this lot will be limited to layover activity consistent with activity that happens at the existing Federal Way Transit Center. The layover parking area for the buses is detached from the active bus bays where passengers are picked up and dropped off. This new lot is located in an area behind the guideway, on the service side of commercial buildings, and in an area that was already intended to be used for storm water purposes thus being limited for future development opportunities. In addition to surface layover lot, the proposal includes space for on -street bus layover parking on the north side of 317th. This latter layover parking is intended to be used on an interim basis while the Federal Way Transit Center Station through 2031 while the station serves as the terminus for a number of bus lines. Once the station in South Federal Way opens, Sound Transit's plan is for some of the buses to have their layover take place at that station. Once these on -street spaces are no longer needed, the area will be converted to benefit the City road network. Project elements that have been a part of previously approved concepts and remain in this proposal with minor refinements include: • New proposed plaza area around the future light rail station. • Small surface parking lot at the south end of the station for limited parking uses. • New public roads — extension of 317th St. to 2 Vt Ave., 22nd Ave., 3181h St., and 319th St. • Reconstruction of 317th St. and 23rd Ave. to concrete. • Landscaping pursuant to City landscaping code and design guidelines except as agreed to with regards to the clear zone requirements of the guideway. 1 The 68% forecast is from the Final Environmental Impact Statement of the project is based on 2035 ridership estimates. 100 March 1, 2021 Land Use and Transportation Committee Federal Way Link Extension Alteration No. 2 Page 4 The remainder of the proposed project outside of the station area is planned to proceed consistent with the Agreement and are unchanged by this proposal. Transit -Oriented Development The proposed change does not affect the specifics of how Sound Transit will sell or transfer their future surplus property, but there is expected to be a difference in the square footage of land as well as the number of future development sites expected. Ultimately the new proposal likely increases the amount of land that will be available at the end of construction activities. The final square footage will not be known until the design is finalized. Future development activity will be subject to City zoning codes and design guidelines in effect at the time of their specific application. This Development Agreement is applicable to the transit operations of the area and does not make any allowances or impose any restrictions on future developments. Nor are any changes to the City's level of involvement with Sound Transit's surplus property process proposed. Factors to be Considered in Review: Sound Transit proposes to execute a written amendment to the Development Agreement with the City to enact the change discussed in this memorandum pursuant to Section 25.8 of the Development Agreement. In order to approve the change, the City must follow the same process as a new Development Agreement pursuant to FWRC 19.85.200 and adopt an ordinance to effect the change. The land use approval of the previous Development Agreement has previously been adopted and the scope of change considered is limited to the proposal. Thus, in order to approve the change, the City Council must conduct a public hearing and may consider the factors identified in FWRC 19.85.120 in making their decision. Below are the four (4) factors for consideration under FWRC 19.85.120. Following each factor is a staff response that considers the background as outlined in this memorandum and the attached exhibits. (1) Compatibility with and impact on adjacent land uses and surrounding neighborhoods; Staff Response: In reviewing this proposed change, staff considered the suitability of the proposed location of the bus layover lot. Locating the surface bus layover lot behind the future light rail guideway coupled with the provision of landscaping along 317th is a manner of development consistent with the design guidelines. As an essential public facility, city development codes cannot be used to render the project infeasible, but locating the lot behind the guideway is consistent with the City Center design guidelines requirement of locating surface parking behind structures. The guideway and landscaping along 317th will limit the visual impact of the surface layover lot from the public right-of-way. The land uses adjacent to the site are currently improved as parking lots and the service side of a strip retail center, which will be minimally impacted. During design review, it is expected that perimeter landscaping will be provided consistent with the City's landscaping code. 101 March 1, 2021 Land Use and Transportation Committee Federal Way Link Extension Alteration No. 2 Page 5 (2) Adequacy of and impact on community facilities including utilities, roads, public transportation, parks, recreation, and schools; Staff Response: The overall impact to community facilities has not significantly changed as nothing in this alteration changes the number of riders, vehicle trips, or expected pedestrian traffic volumes. Any impact of the change to the amount of land available for future development will be considered at the time of future development applications. (3) Potential benefits of the proposal to the community; and Staff Response: The future public that utilizes the Federal Way Transit Center Station will benefit from improved pedestrian safety. The future drivers on the new public roads and the buses will benefit from a reduced number of conflicts with pedestrians. (4) Effect upon other aspects of the comprehensive plan. Staff Response: The City Center chapter of the Federal Way Comprehensive Plan (FWCP) contemplates the high capacity transit and nothing in this change diminishes the conceptual foundation of the Federal Way Link Extension. The proposed change contemplates improvements found to change the design in a manner to improve pedestrian safety by reducing crossings and the opportunity for pedestrian -vehicle conflicts in the station area. Improving the pedestrian experience in the City Center is supported by FWCP City Center Goals 9, 11, 13 and 14 as well as policies 13, 15, 18, and 19. Exhibit F includes the text of these FWCP goals and policies from the City Center chapter. The proposed changes to the Development are not in conflict with the stated goals or policies of the adopted Comprehensive Plan City Center chapter. City Council Options: The City Council has the option to grant the requested change to the development agreement by adopting an ordinance or deny the request by adopting a resolution.2 The Mayor recommends approving the proposed change to the FWLE Agreement with Sound Transit and enacting an ordinance to make the changes as proposed by Sound Transit. Attachments Exhibit A — Proposed Alteration to the Federal Way Link Extension Development Agreement Exhibit B — Environmental Documentation Exhibit C — Preliminary Engineering Design Exhibit D — Design -Build Contractor Design Exhibit E — Design with Proposed Updates Exhibit F — Select Comprehensive Plan Goals and Policies 2 FWRC 19.85.150(4)(a) 102 March 1, 2020 Land Use and Transportation Committee Federal Way Link Extension Alteration No EXHIBIT A: Proposed Alteration to the Federal Way Link Extension Development Agreement 103 V__'SouNDTRANS1T TO: City of Federal Way FROM: Sound Transit SUBJECT: City of Federal Way Development Agreement — Alteration #FWLE-02 Sound Transit and the City of Federal Way agree to alter certain terms of the Federal Way Link Extension Project Development Agreement (GA-0015-18; AG 19-117) between Sound Transit and the City of Federal Way, pursuant to Section 25.8 of the Development Agreement and FWRC 19.85.200 as outlined in this document. As a result of achieving design solutions that improve pedestrian safety, urban design, and transit operations at Federal Way Transit Center, the City of Federal Way and Sound Transit have agreed to alter the following Section and Exhibits, as indicated in red, italicized font: Section 3.2 3.2 Roadway Improvements. In the City of Federal Way, the FWLE Project will construct roadway improvements associated with the Federal Way Transit Center Station improvements. Roadway improvements will be designed to accommodate anticipated roadway usage. Roadway improvements that are anticipated for intensive bus usage will be constructed with concrete vehicular lanes. Roadway improvements not subject to intensive bus use will be constructed with asphalt vehicular lanes. Specific improvements to be included as part of the Project's current scope include: • Reconstruct S 317th St from the 28th Ave S/ S 317th St roundabout to 23rd Ave S with concrete vehicular lanes and bike lanes per Cross Section Type L, including reconstructed sidewalk from 251h PI S to 23rd Ave S. • A new 23rd Ave S at S 317th St roundabout with concrete vehicular lanes as shown in the updated Exhibit B — LOC Right -of -Way Cross Sections (attached) and the Pre Final PE submittal dated juiy 20 2016, and further described in Section 8.14. • Rebuild 23rd Ave S from S 320th St to S 3171h St with concrete vehicular lanes and the associated stormwater improvements required by code upon completion of req ire^ additional environmental review. Additionally, a bus pull out will be constructed to accommodate two active bus bays, limited to passenger drop-off only, on this street. (Reference L15-CRP352 and L15-CRP353 in Attachment 1.) • Reconstruct sidewalks on the west side of 2311 Ave S from S 3201h St to S 317' St to accommodate new driveways and pedestrian lighting. • A new S 317th St roadway connection from 23rd Ave S to 215Y Ave S, curb, gutter, sidewalks, storm drainage, illumination, and landscaping. The stormwater vault that serves the existing FWTC and nearby City streets will be partially located in the new 317tn right of way and Sound Transit's Transit Way (see GA 0045-18/AG 19-055 Transit Way Agreement — Exhibit C). 104 V__'SouNDTRANSJT • A new S 22nd Ave S roadway connection from S 3171h St to S 320th St, curb, gutter, sidewalks, storm drainage, illumination, and landscaping. • A new S 318th St roadway connection from 22nd Ave S to 21s' Ave S, curb, gutter, sidewalks, storm drainage, illumination, and landscaping. • A new S 3191h St roadway connection from 22nd Ave S to 2111 Ave S, curb, gutter, sidewalks, storm drainage, illumination, and landscaping. • As described in Section 8.12, other improvements identified to enhance the pedestrian connection between the Federal Way/S 320' St Park and Ride to the new station er+ Station Facilities. New Light Rail Station near the existing Federal Way Transit Center with new ^,,�- ^mall additional parking garage in add + ^^ and expansion to the existing parking garage. A total of 400 new parking stalls will be provided, a majority of the new spaces will be added in the expansion of the existing garage and a small number will be included at a new surface lot near the light rail station. Final configuration and mix will be developed in final design. The station shall include facilities and maintenance for four (4) single - occupancy unisex public restrooms for transit users at the station pursuant to WA amended 2015 IBC 2902.2 and 2902.3, ICC A117.1-2009, and 15.15.120.E. Restrooms ffvay will be all newly provided as part of Project construction or may be additional to the two current restr.,.,rns at the Federal Way Transit !'.,nter, however, the total provided will be less than four (4) public restrooms at the station. Bus Layover and Terminal Area. • The project will construct a surface bus layover lot with 12 layover spaces. The use of this layover lot will be for bus layover activity consistent with the existing Federal Way Transit Center. The layover will not be utilized for storage or maintenance of buses. Landscaping and fencing for the layover lot shall be added to achieve screening per the City Center zone requirements and are shown conceptually as page S07-LPP351 in Attachment 2, the updated pages of Exhibit D. The Project will also construct 10 active bus spaces in a newly constructed bus loop located adjacent to the light rail transit station. Additionally, six temporary bus layover spaces will be located on S 317th St until 2031 unless otherwise extended through written agreement of the Parties. Prior to utilizing these spaces for purposes of bus layover, the Parties shall agree to a maintenance plan as well as a conceptual removal plan defining how the area will be restored. At a conceptual level, Sound Transit shall maintain all elements whose sole purpose is to serve the on -street bus layover spaces, including paint and signage, and the City shall be responsible for maintenance activities typical of other City right -of --way. The purpose of the removal plan is to establish the restored condition when use of the bus layover spaces is terminated. Updated Exhibits (to reflect the changes outlined above) • Attachment 1, Updated Pages of Exhibit B: LOC Right -of -Way Cross -Sections 105 SouNQTRANSlT • Attachment Z Updated Pages of Exhibit D: LOC Landscaping • Attachment 3, Updated Pages of Exhibit P: Operations and Maintenance All other terms and provisions of the FWLE Development Agreement are not modified by this alteration and shall remain in full force and effect. Each of the parties has executed this Alteration No. 2 by its authorized representative. CENTRAL PUGET SOUND REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY (SOUND TRANSIT) By: THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY By: Linneth Riley -Hall Jim Ferrell FWLE Executive Project Director Mayor Date: APPROVED AS TO FORM: M Amy Pearsall, Senior Legal Counsel Date: Authorized by Ordinance No. APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Ryan Call, City Attorney 106 ATTACHMENT #1 UPDATED PAGES OF EXHIBIT B: LOC RIGHT-OF-WAY CROSS SECTIONS The following pages to Exhibit B of the Development Agreement have been updated in the subsequent pages: • F-A • L15-CRP308 • L15-CRP301 • L15-CRP351 • L15-CRP302 • L15-CRP352 • F-B • L15-CRP353 • F-1 • L15-CRP354 • F-2 • L15-CRP355 • F-3 • L15-CRP357 • F-4 • L15-CRP358 • F-5 • L15-CRP359 • L15-CRP307 All other pages of Exhibit B in the Development Agreement Executed on July 25th, 2019 remain unchanged. The executed LOC letter was based on the Pre -Final PE submittal dated July 29, 2016. The updated pages are consistent with the executed LOC and have been updated based on the 60% design plan review dated December 10, 2020, reflecting the proposed design of the Federal Way Transit Center. The purpose of the original letter remains the same. 107 [[ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ]] 108 ry w z J 0 U 75 Lo N 0 N O Sol moTr�-.A.IR SI T •�EwjT 1��N � o O3: CL J Q CL W c) W LL 62'-4" PROPOSED ROW 32'-4" ROW DEDICATION* O cC I O } zQ �-- 3: c/) J W CC - - Lu - 0 W LL 5'-0" 3'-6" SIDEWALK PLNTR. STRIP EXISTING _ 21'-0" GRAVEL EXISTING PAVEMENT 20'-4" NEW PAVEMENT 8'-0" 10'-0" PARKING TRAVEL LANE 0.50' 2.0% f 10'-0" RAVEL LANE 30TH AVE S LOOKING SOUTH CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 8'-0" PARKING O zQ T J W W 0 W LL *RIGHT OF WAY ACQUIRED BY SOUND TRANSIT AND DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NOTES: 1. FOR APPROVAL OF CROSS SECTION DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT ONLY. NO MATERIAL SECTION APPROVAL IS INCLUDED. 2. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO - STREET TREES AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESS, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 1�/:11-1kiff�m"1 SOUND TRANSIT FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 30TH AVE S I NOT TO SCALE I 2 u Z+ —� OO+ELZ � 9N - � - ------------- 0 o ++ — UD UD— — — Nvv- ,. UD NW - NW- - NON- - NW - LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. ( CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 3 CURB RAMP 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP INo. I DATE I DSN I CHK I APP I REVISION SD 10, --- ss---- ss��---____ S I► I-eS oe loe 45 55 / ?Woe SS i � pu, . rj 8 PLANTING STRIP 10 GUARDRAIL 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 12 ROLLED CURB 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER DESIGNED BY: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: APPROVED BY: 00+91Z t BS --- AP OS � ILLUMINATION NOTES 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND SYSTEM 10 INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION �tEWI�^ PAR S SUBMITTED BY: G. ORSOLINI IRG I I I / 3 I I II a 3 II MAAICRACdIT 1 Cr+C611'1. AP — f%CklCFnA 1 kl^lrCc_%. CONCRETE ROADWAY ® PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS ASPHALT PAVEMENT FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL 4. SEE LPP SHEETS. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE DESIGN STANDARDS. ASP AND APP SHEETS. GRAVEL ROADWAY PLAZA PAVEMENT 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS ASPHALT OVERLAY DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. SEE URP SHEETS. INS DATE: SCALE: Q Q 1 =20' U FILENAME: C/) c/) w J FW_DA-CRP307-351 zLL SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - N CD M V 1 J W W W Z_ J 2 V H Q 5 20 10 0 — 20 40 SCALE IN FEET PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-CRP301 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATIPN L15 SHEET No.: REV: PLAN 30TH AVE S / EMERGENCY ACCESS 542 m I II I I �y.U�11111/1/- I I I 0 I I I I 0 I I I W O I db— dd db db 00+c 8S CIS db------------ ---dd db d b' VERH EL=454.4 — I VERHEAD POWER I EL=488.5 _ --- — 1 1/4" S1w G — -- G ---- N # CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 8 PLANTING STRIP ILLUMINATION NOTES PAVEMENT LEGEND: GENERAL NOTES: 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB 10 GUARDRAIL 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE a , CONCRETE ROADWAY ® PRIVATE PROPERTY 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS AND GUTTER ON EXISTING FOUNDATION RESTORATION 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON ASPHALT PAVEMENT FARE -PAID ZONE ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL 4. SEE LPP SHEETS. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE 3 CURB RAMP 12 ROLLED CURB NEW FOUNDATION PAVEMENT ASP AND APP SHEETS. DESIGN STANDARDS. 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION GRAVEL ROADWAY PLAZA PAVEMENT 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 14 AND SHELTER AND ACCESS ROADS, AND 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS 7 CEMENT CONCRETE POLE AND SYSTEM ASPHALT OVERLAY DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. SEE URP SHEETS. TRANSITION RAMP INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW 10 FOUNDATION INo. I DATE I DSN I CHK I APP I REVISION DESIGNED BY DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: APPROVED BY: mt UPKK5. Kmiewi PARSONS SUBMITTED BY: JATE: G. ORSOLINI SCALE: Q Q 1 "=20' U FILENAME: C/) c/) W J FW_DA-CRP307-351 zLL SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - I � i I— I I I I I I I I I I I I , I ss, j ,,ss , 'sS 0 I � I LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. 20 10 0 — 20 40 SCALE IN FEET PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-CRP302 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATIPN L15 SHEET No.: REV: PLAN 30TH AVE S / POND, TPSS ACCESS 543 75'-0" PROPOSED ROW 1 '-0" c� 0 0 ry U Q 0 N 0 0 It N N a_ w cn z O C2 w � w Q z_ - J w O� rn z_ 0 N Y ry 0� a� U MrV-w" SoUNDTRANSIT PROPOSED ROW o al � �I IQ a ry w w o 0 w w LL L Lu CITY STANDARD DECORATIVE LIGHT, TYPICAL U) DI X LL W ;[60 VARIES 1'-3" TO 3'-2" 11'-6" 5-0" 11'-0" 6' FENCE SIDEWALK BIKE LANE TRAVEL LANE II 16�� I 0.50' � I 1.5% 2.0% f 12'-0" LEFT TURN LANE 11'-0" TRAVEL LANE 2.0% - - - - -�' EXISTING S 317TH ST (EAST OF 23RD AVE S TO 25 PL S) LOOKING WEST CITY OF FEDERAL WAY SLOPE ONLY END CONDITION (NORTH SIDE OF 317TH WHERE RETAINING WALL IS NOT REQUIRED) NOT TO SCALE HCL MATCH EXISTING 5'-0" 11'-0" 1 2'-0" 11'-0" 5'-0" "] BIKE LANE TRAVEL LANE LEFT TURN LANE TRAVEL LANE BIKE LANE *1 OR MATCH EXISTING MATCH EXISTING T1 — VARIES (3.5'-15.9' RAISED MEDIAN --- STA 121 + 12.43 TO STA 121 +31.93 STA 124+56.98 TO STA 126+69.18 PROPOSED ROW 0 O I� IQ IQ I� w 0 w w 0 u- w z wu U RETAINING WALL END CONDITION (SOUTHEAST QUADRANT OF ROUNDABOUT) 1 1 '-6"' SIDEWALK 1.5% SIDEWALK RECONSTRUCTION (SOUTHWEST QUADRANT OF 1-5 ROUNDABOUT) EXISTING S 317TH ST (EAST OF 25TH PL S) LOOKING WEST CITY OF FEDERAL WAY *RIGHT OF WAY ACQUIRED BY SOUND TRANSIT AND DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NOTES: 1. FOR APPROVAL OF CROSS SECTION DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT ONLY. NO MATERIAL SECTION APPROVAL IS INCLUDED. 2. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: STREET TREES AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESS, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. SOUND TRANSIT FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CITY OF FEDERAL WAY S 317TH ST- EAST OF 23RD AVE S EXHIBIT F=B c� 0 T souNorRANSIr q_A- 8'-10" EXISTING FEDERAL WAY ROW O w 0� J 12'-0" a- w SIDEWALK 0 H 3'-0" 1.5% O uiQ 0-_j J a-w 0 u- 8'-10" EXISTING FEDERAL WAY ROW 12'-0" SIDEWALK 1.5% VARIES 0'-0" TO 6'-0" PLANTER I 0.50' VARIES 15'-0" TO 16'-0" TRAVEL LANE 0.50' NOT TO SCALE VARIES 20'-0" TO 22'-0" TRAVEL LANE 2.0% VARIES 13'-0" TO 25'-0" TRAVEL LANE 11 VARIES PAINTED MEDIAN (12') VARIES (6' MIN) MEDIAN/ SPLITTER ISLAND (6.2' - 8.0') CL 0.80' 1 VARIES 12'-0" TO 15'-9" VARIES 12'-0" TO 15'-8" TRAVEL LANE TRAVEL LANE 0.80' 2.0% ROUNDABOUT APPROACH AT 23RD AVE S CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LANDSCAPED CL CENTER ISLAND 9'-0" MOUNTABLE APRON 1.00, ROUNDABOUT AT S 317TH ST & 23RD AVE S CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 9'-0" MOUNTABLE APRON 0.50' VARIES 13'-0" TO 25'-4" TRAVELLANE VARIES PLANTER EXISTING FEDERAL WAY ROW VARIES 14'-0" TO 17'-0" TRAVEL LANE VARIES ROW DEDICATION VARIES 0'-0" TO 6'-0" PLANTER 1.00, 0.50' t t VARIES .74 '9-r *RIGHT OF WAY ACQUIRED BY SOUND TRANSIT AND DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NOTES: 1. FOR APPROVAL OF CROSS SECTION DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT ONLY. NO MATERIAL SECTION APPROVAL IS INCLUDED. 2. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: STREET TREES AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESS, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. SOUND TRANSIT FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CITY OF FEDERAL WAY ROUNDABOUT AT S 317TH ST & 23RD AVE S EXHIBIT Fml c� 0 0 ry U Q 0 w rn N 0 0 It N N a_ W I cn Z O C2 w � w Q z_ J w o� O Z ry o a� U I 3'-0" 20'-0° SIDEWALK 1.5% 87'-0" ROW DEDICATION 8'-0" 1 2'-0" PARKING TRAVEL LANE 0.50' VARIES CL 1 2'-011 81-011 TRAVEL LANE PARKING 0.50' 2.0% 20'-0" SIDEWALK 1.5% I I I M'� I I I � I HANDRAIL 0 ry- - - - - - - Oa � 3: I 5'-0" O Q 15'-0" SHORT TERM PARKING LOT - SIDEWALK a w SIDEWALK ILA 1.5% 3'-0" 3'-0" I 1.5% *RIGHT OF WAY ACQUIRED BY SOUND TRANSIT AND DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NOTES: 1. FOR APPROVAL OF CROSS SECTION DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT PROPOSED 22ND AVE S ONLY. NO MATERIAL SECTION APPROVAL IS INCLUDED. 2. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS (LOOKING SOUTH) RELATED TO STREETSCAPES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: STREET TREES AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND MATERIAL THICKNESS, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. EXHIBIT F=2_ SOUND TRANSIT P FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CITY OF FEDERAL WAY SOUNDTRANSIT PAS&RSONS 22ND AVE S NOT TO SCALE c� 0 0 U Q 0 �I rn N 0 0 co N N a_ w I cn cn Z O w � w Q z_ J w O m z 0 N Y ry 0� a� U SoUNDTRANSIT MATCH EXISTING SIDEWALK 6'-5" SIDEWALK O ry Lu} O� n J Q �w 0 w u- 10'-0" BUS LAYOVER 0.50' 4'-6" 1.5% NOT TO SCALE 12'-0" TRAVEL LANE f CL 72'-6" ROW DEDICATION 12'-0" TRAVEL LANE 10'-0" PARKING 20'-0" SIDEWALK 0.50, 3'-0" I _2.0% PROPOSED S 317TH ST (WEST OF 23RD AVE S) CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 1.5% VAR (3: 1 *RIGHT OF WAY ACQUIRED BY SOUND TRANSIT AND DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NOTES: 1. FOR APPROVAL OF CROSS SECTION DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT ONLY. NO MATERIAL SECTION APPROVAL IS INCLUDED. 2. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: STREET TREES AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESS, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. SOUND TRANSIT FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CITY OF FEDERAL WAY S 317TH ST- WEST OF 23RD AVE S EXHIBIT F=3 c� 0 0 U Q 0 �I N 0 m N >N a_ w I cn cn Z O w � w Q z_ J w o� m O O Z ry o a� U O ry Lu} O� n J � ry a W 0 w LL I 1 3'-0" V P R\ES 87'-0" ROW DEDICATIONS 20'-0" 8'-0" 12'-0" 12'-0" 8'-0" SIDEWALK PARKING TRAVEL LANE TRAVEL LANE PARKING 0.50' 0.50' I 1.5% 2.0% 2.0% PROPOSED S 318TH ST (WEST OF 22ND AVE S) CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 20'-0" SIDEWALK 1.5% VgR�3:1 *RIGHT OF WAY ACQUIRED BY SOUND TRANSIT AND DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NOTES: 1. FOR APPROVAL OF CROSS SECTION DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT ONLY. NO MATERIAL SECTION APPROVAL IS INCLUDED. 2. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: STREET TREES AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESS, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. SOUND TRANSIT r K95 ... K'��'� FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CITY OF FEDERAL WAY SOUNDTRANSIT PAS&RSONS S 318TH ST NOT TO SCALE EXHIBIT F=4 cD 0 Q Ln N MrV-=" SouNDTRANSIT VARIES (3:1 MAX) 41 � - - . 3'-0" 20'-0" SIDEWALK 1.5% 8'-011 PARKING LANE 0.50' 87'-0" ROW DEDICATION CL 12'-0" TRAVELLANE 2.0% 12'-0" TRAVEL LANE PROPOSED S 319TH ST (WEST OF 22ND AVE S) CITY OF FEDERAL WAY t 2.0% 8'-0" PARKING LANE 0.50, 20'-0° SIDEWALK 1.5% 3.00' *RIGHT OF WAY ACQUIRED BY SOUND TRANSIT AND DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NOTES: 1. FOR APPROVAL OF CROSS SECTION DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT ONLY. NO MATERIAL SECTION APPROVAL IS INCLUDED. 2. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: STREET TREES AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESS, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. SOUND TRANSIT FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CITY OF FEDERAL WAY S 319TH ST EXHIBIT F=5 N N 0 NOT TO SCALE JUNE 2017 I 2 u J 0 W < Q � U L, 0 _c N o p Z+ �X/ FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION t�'T" o'r'UT nE WAY, TYP 'T/lT//777T/T/lT/iTTlT/T/lT/i'TTTT/T//7/777 A \N ITT/T/l7/iTTTT/T/lT/ /T/��7�� MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP322 ccn TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION ��' / — — — SD — — 12— SDFes, / EASEMENT, TYP ss WSDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY,/� / I / 4 D/ Cij 10 /// / ,� CL S 317TH ST / - / / /IFO,��/ _/ (S07-R51_EAST) i100,0000, .01 el 1 III III �M� 00 I Fo-- �° ---- ---- -- C3 c -as _ -as S-__ a — —(IS---- ----aS , p ° S 317TH ST M it S07-R51_EastS07-R51_East 124+00 ° I -- R-51 Easy. ----- 07- 1 EastS 'J _ - ° ° oil ° 0 -- -' LV Lu — _ -6— E —FO--FO----FO----FO----FO E E ----------E-----E -----E-----E—�� �° ® ° - - - a � /i l3 ---FO —__ F � -----FO--- -E E — FO E —_--� FO— E� ❑ ov i — i M " CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY TYP V CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, TYP ' �i� ' E i � C/) GSO — — -in — (ISO NB 1379+00 LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: N � Q f, CITY I I / I / I / I o I v TRANSITWAY LIMITS, TYP �9i►ic //5DIREc l iq CCES % c, S - / c�� 7- �� ; G) I \k co �X C WSDOT _ as*Q RIGHT-OF-WAY RIGHT-OF-WAY now Now I W , r J I I i l _77 -----------------3 ---- - --- - -- I I m / i / i W , II SB 1378+00 0 i N — __ I __ 000 aso aS0 as0 _ ��— Iw I �Y rl--� _W I Wad 1 78+00 —q— —I N - E,I ; I moo 8Icn � --- E — TRANSITWAY LIMITS, TYP I � �W� i � I� _�� II I 0 I am I-------1== - - - ! _ _ _ - - / I cn I �—��_ 71� ,L n# CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES A4 ILLUMINATION NOTES 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE 3 FOUNDATION REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, 3 CURB RAMP INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH FOUNDATION THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB SYSTEM APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 10 INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW MODIFIED FOUNDATION 8 PLANTING STRIP 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED 10 GUARDRAIL IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND 11 CONCRETE BARRIER STANDARDS. 12 ROLLED CURB 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. INo. I DATE I DSN I CHK I APP I REVISION DESIGNED BY: C. FERRIS Fl R I cl Q F v� �oF DRAWN BY: C. LIM 0 -13 CHECKED BY: J. BAUMAN P 20105684 Ss o,NAL NG\�� APPROVED BY: C. FERRIS �tEWI�^ SUBMITTED BY: G. ORSOLINI INS DATE: PAVEMENT LEGEND: e, o CONCRETE ROADWAY ASPHALT PAVEMENT GRAVEL ROADWAY ASPHALT OVERLAY ® PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT PLAZA PAVEMENT ---SD ---SD GENERAL NOTES: TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT, TYP / WSDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY o ' 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. SCALE: QLu Q 1 "=20' FILENAME: C/) C/) w J FW_DA-CRP307-351 zLL CONTRACT No.: SOUNDTRANSIT REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - N 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-CRP307 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATIPN L15 SHEET No.: REV: PLAN S 317TH ST 548 118 I 2 6 z+ TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION - �'--- - �-Ic f% N p EASEMENT, TYP i t o0 I I ► ---E-----E----1-E _Ac SD�- ----- --- ----- - II _ c 308 ✓ -E -E-- -------E----E- ET -� \ \ II / SD i / F� \ I I ♦ r �� -� LS ----SS i �SD- �'D /� I i I �y� �\ J c 11 CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, TYP ❑ ';-+ -----SD�-- h =� ------- ---------- I y,1,l ----W I i �\• II I - r �,, �'TT � _ � \ \ � t WALL R51-L.02 �� _DE__-- ______ _________ ___-- - - - - -_---_______�-\� I / ,II ' itai 1•�  '� -- --- rv_-__F'A_ 17 I 11 1 1 J �Q_ 2 WALL R51-L.03 — — FO— — — — fj0 — — — F - FO- - - - FO- - - - Fo- - WALL R51-L.04 - Fo- - - 104 I I � ✓ - E� 8 w w ww 1 -- — so — -- ° 4_ —m 33' ° X �X= ° I I — — — — — FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION - o a A----M--�--M -�- M--- v uJ - -- 61 V S 317TH ST o ° p ° p °---M-----FM-4�� - ° °-M------NIa----- --- -�- CL S 317TH ST 6asa ° 7t�'4 ° o p ° -M- �- - - (S07-R51 _EAST) -M- - -�- ° S 317TH ST ° 07-R51_EastS07-R5 t 118+00 S07-R51_EastS07-R51_East 120+00 ° c� ° ,� ° � � p o ° 8 ° u p ° ° -1 1 ; g ° ° ° ° S07-R51_EastS07-R51_East 122+00 o I I a g o o 4 @ 4 N° ° ° I ° ^ oI Fob.. -F0�---- -FO--- -r — — ---FO ---° -- --FO E Fo _j_— — —— J -w. 01 ----- - - - x x � 8 W 2 T I Tl Q I -j-t----i-�- --------��-- CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, TYP W ° / o o I I - I ,� al-- -- - - ------- - - - - -- '' W ° W .I ° p I °- I I �I TRANSITWAY LIMITS, TYP I W� Z o° I—_�___�__=��___�___ W - J ° p I 84+00 ' g 0 0 o SB1 0 I SEII 38 +00 SB 13 1+00 _ I SIB 1380+00 V L°III 1 H D I -- - - - -- - — aso NB 3 3 0 I I m aSO _ _ ago - -- - 9&Q - 0SO (ISO asO - - ° ° I �o o I I N� 382 -aSO 00 .1.1 NB 1381+00 - - - -- -- °�1 � I ° 0 h � a o ° DESIGNED BY: C. FERRIS DRAWN BY: C. LIM CHECKED BY: J. BAUMAN APPROVED BY: No. I DATE I DSN I CHK I APP I REVISION C. FERRIS TEMPORARY _ CONSTRUCTION n� EASEMENT, TYP TRANSITWAY LIMITS, TYP DL Q0 RIc�,F OF WAS/, 1 F- c� � 0 10 f�5684 Q O .x FG/STEFL� ASS/GNAL ENG �tEWI�^ SUBMITTED BY: G. ORSOLINI Al NB 1 80+00 TRANSITWAY LIMITS, TYP u I�I ' 19 I II LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES' I oil1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR I I DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY I i AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND I i INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL I APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE I ' REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO I I I STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, I 1 i INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO T STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, - - T - - STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND I MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, I TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL I I CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN I ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY  STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE 1 I MODIFIED. -r► I 1 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 3 CURB RAMP 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 8 PLANTING STRIP 10 GUARDRAIL 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 12 ROLLED CURB 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER jl i li DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY ILLUMINATION NOTES 11 I I AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND # 1 INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON 11 I 1 APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND EXISTING FOUNDATION 11 I �I STANDARDS. INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW 1 3 FOUNDATION 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING _ _ _ - THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR FOUNDATION �2± DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND 0-- APPROVED SEPARATELY. AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND 8 SYSTEM - I- INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW INS DATE: 10 FOUNDATION SCALE: Q 1 "=20' Q U FILENAME: C/) c/) FW_DA-CRP307-351 w J zLL SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - GENERAL NOTES: 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. PAVEMENT LEGEND: N 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-CRP308 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION L15 SHEET No.: REV: PLAN S 317TH ST 549 CONCRETE ROADWAY ASPHALT PAVEMENT GRAVEL ROADWAY ASPHALT OVERLAY ®PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT PLAZA PAVEMENT 119 0 2 6 Z+ \,\,ton TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION \\\\ � x _ ,--SD��i - EASEMENT, TYP � ICITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, TYP WALL R51-L.01 1 2 -- —— -ss ---- SS ---- s ----------------- --------------------------- --------------------------------} -- -- ----- ------------------------------0—FO----F ---- FO----FO— — — — FO_ — _ _ FO— CL S 317TH ST FO - — E X � (S07-R51) I -E ---- ---- — s 0 J ° ---SD— — — — --- 0 ---- J--- 0 — — — _ — SD---- SD--- SD -- SD D —� y - — — —� — — — °— — II 10 �° p p p —M — — ° p - ° ' —p S 317TH ST p p p L ° u 4 I �p p a ° p ° 8 p 5� Ea 7 u p p ° ° pl ° p 51 EaSts -p ° u 4 p ° 7R p LN —E—�= ---E--E-- N po ° a ° p p 6 Now o p Lc)° p ° O I� p -- p - W � o p M a I ° p° E— 8 ° ° E — - - p ° p I p, O p „p till M WALL R51-R.01 ---- - - - - -- - J p °/ ° p p ° 1 2 I —1 — p ° p / ° 0100 ' w II � °�' p ��' I I i II I W / ° 0 I i I W ° ACCESS GATE I t W 1 ,, p �1. t ( W (n r P> ----cn LJ o° '' S I SB13500 i .. 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ORSOLINI INS DATE: O# CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 3 CURB RAMP 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 8 PLANTING STRIP 10 GUARDRAIL 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 12 ROLLED CURB 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER # ILLUMINATION NOTES 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND SYSTEM 10 INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION PAVEMENT LEGEND: CONCRETE ROADWAY ASPHALT PAVEMENT GRAVEL ROADWAY ASPHALT OVERLAY ® PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT PLAZA PAVEMENT GENERAL NOTES: 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. SCALE: Q Q 1 "=20' U FILENAME: C/) c/) w J FW_DA-CRP307-351 z LL SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: RTA/CN 0009-17 REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - F Uri i riles'I-� 1 y � 1wl", 1-L1121fa FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. LJ 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-CRP351 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION L15 SHEET No.: REV: PLAN FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 551 120 pal M&Ij!A!!J r 1�1_: pli I ON] FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION GENERAL NOTES: 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. 1 O 1 / -EMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT, TYP / I i 00, v 100, 1100, \\� / v - 0 M L0 M N L0 cM a_ U Q 0 00 LO LO N U) 0 N N 0_ W I U) z o J � W Q J L1J Q Q U U) � z _o _o N I o o U MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP351 — SS - _T _ d SS -- --� - - _ - -- -_- R�48.5' I I d E - -E- -E---FE==- EE CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, / E _ �E - a — _ _ o0 1 a- E d 1 - -N --� \ TYP < 4- 67 'd 4 - —w— £\ w w OTRUCK APRON -� LO /d /.o, < lt -ON - \ \\ \ \ , N ° S ° FF/C CL S 23RD AVE I°� II I dv d 23R d 4 \ a I I cab a w v (S07-R52) I I , a. a a S07-R5� a 1 wd vW 0,000, o � � \ — GAS / / A \\ \\ kip 1 d I I I "10 a a // // I \ o ( �� ,d 1 I I a d xp _ st - _ ° 96 lool \ CL 23RD AVE S r-- I ---- _ �\\_ ° v(S07-R52) T_ c) - a iLLI 11 t 110, \ � / \ /� \ �- / ° �° d CJ TRUCK APRON //Oi % �/ c Ile/// i/�j v / ° 1 II I / SOS �3 \ SS\ — M II • / �•sd ° 3� / /50//I� 6 ° ° / / // j ; 1r Irk i c �e(/S;� a v O d pS S o a 'G ° 6 / O// �// d ° Op3/0X v // a/ ----- ° vv L1i 00 / a - 3 ,/ d a ° O I <. ° ° SS a I C ° '4 /' , \ / / d , , ° I I Iv III ° d d d K I I Ia v/ d o ° j jY" R=100' v I , j //� \ v a d J ,d \ 0 I I ° .00' O� °® 1 � lI d a ' B X W3j° / I WR=65'v d od ° v c,° / ° v 43 /R=65' ° N.0/i�U. lZil .i a =25' < ° v r 3 R /CL TRANSIT CENTERdV J °O i/ � � v ,/1/ ' d.. /d v � \a-.1 v v BUS LOOPw � ,7-R BU S) / �( Q �� ' — LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: ° / / S-- R=5 N ° / d / I II II ,I \ \ °ICJ A d //a 10 ° ° �1 /' I / II II II II i \v\\ v S a e(f d d � I 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION �// , k I cn ° I I / to ail I I I \ I \ \ \ ----- OOA ° ° d I PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED j I �c ,cJ w I\I \\ ° ® 30 I ° IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND ,Y/ 1 I a �I R-65' o / I I ,I"'� i - G -- - G ---� G -- +z- \ \ \ ° a 0 a d °i + v STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE ° / y �� II I I I �\ ®\ \ \ a \ ° v ° I I ja REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, P/ ° ti ° I II i \ \ \ \ \ \ d ° a L �- I del_ INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND t, o ° ° v I 1 I I \ \ v / CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, d U) I �S� I I \ \ \ \ 1 ° ° ° a I, LANDSCAPING STREET LIGHTS, T--t* T---- T--- ° d MATERIALS AND MATERIAL TYP ° (� ° v ° V�,� I i -� ' TRANS'FTI�VAY v v v v v d ° d I I THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL a I _ v 10 I,11 I I 1 , III 13 -3 -3 0 - LIMITS, TVP \ \ \ \ \ \ \ ° a I i I cn CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH II dl 50' / I I _TIISDT---SD aS--- \ \ \ \ \ \ a -- - APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE W d v a° �� a d / I I 1 jar------------------------� -- \ \ \ \ \ \° a ► O / MODIFIED. m �"� m  I i I III - i _ j 0S'\I\ \ \ \ \ \ \ °\ \ 2 \ a d 1 _ d I a � / to I I Jr- r- -------------------� -------------- 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION j d 1 ° I µ I II Ili II I \ \ \ \ \a a a I I I II p II I / \\ \ \ v PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED \ d [ I I d IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND 1 (n / I I I III I --- G --- / \ \ \ \ I STANDARDS. m < I 1 I1 II I I I--r--_yW_-t-W-----W---__W�_ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ I -W- - o'_ -W-----W-----W-®- \ \ \ \ v \ 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY i v j I I 1 of I I i / \ \ \ \ \ \ I -kJ) I I I / d \ I \ ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE 10 C \ i. 11 I I a d I I I \ \ d i REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. ° I I / \ \ _\ A� MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP354 �# CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP PAVEMENT LEGEND: ILLUMINATION NOTES RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND ° o 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 8 PLANTING STRIP # 8 SYSTEM CONCRETE ROADWAY�aE PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION PRELIMINARY 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 10 GUARDRAIL 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW EXISTING FOUNDATION 10 ASPHALT PAVEMENT FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT N ENGINEERING 3 CURB RAMP 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION FOUNDATION GRAVEL ROADWAY PLAZA PAVEMENT 20 10 0 20 40 NOT FOR 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 12 ROLLED CURB 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB FOUNDATION ASPHALT OVERLAY CONSTRUCTION 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER SCALE IN FEET DESIGNED BY: SCALE. FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: C. FERRIS Q Fj R I C� � � 1"=20' DRAWN BY: �� 0F WgSy FFKiewi Q W L15-CRP352 FILENAME: CONTRACT NUMBER 0 C. LIM 0- w J FW_DA-CRP352-353 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: CHECKED BY: �L z LLONS CONTRACT No.: L15 J. BAUMAN �o p�20105684�Q �� SOUNDTRANSIT PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION SHEET No.: REV: 'c �� APPROVED BY: �S&G/ST G/STEM SUBMITTED BY: J:ATE: FREVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: PLAN 552 No. DATE DSN CHK APP REVISION C. FERRIS G. ORSOLINI .KAIVELAGE _ _ FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 121 2 u Z+ �' O� — dS — / / F— ---------. i I ,oco � I � x �\ I \� _ ,V °\\ �a \ LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. s\ , ° ° \' ter ,(\ d SOARS k! S ° d d O4 ~��\  '�' 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY CNN�\ �� a\pS�\ ° �2a,-0 m CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, TYP I ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE Ma \a d d O v �'� vH,� �� �� I REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. in FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION V I.� ° da d��� \ w �� II I I o CD 10 LU p Z�l�\ w�° a r  \ �� III — W ° d S v � \ c d ° 7 pF\p6 a s 1 >\N�\\ I CD.. II I N / II M G �� d 4 8 \ �\ \ ' a N Lu 0 Os M2 ° .4 �� G, V  ♦ \� �\ TRANSITWAY <d ° \ \�� \\ Q I d d ---- IcI = p cn 139 LIMITS TYP T—T—T ° T Lo' d O 0 a a rVE 10 d S0 • ° c� ►1,\\ � --_--E ---- III FRS 00 a d d a W ---w__ r. A c I \ pS / p �' _� ° d CL 23RD AVE S —W— — _ — d ° I) I I CL S 320TH ST ° �♦ ♦�� d d (S07-R52) °d d —Va_ - III I (S07-R57) I, R=482' d / ° ° a ♦7� ° a ° ° d d ° 0 92 00 \\\ � �, � � � v / a ° d " ° � �, � 23RD A VE S ° I I N I cn d I ° \  ♦ \� \ \ G ° d a d �� d S07-R52 26+00 ° d ° a a 4 d d LO ♦�, 3\ a a d ° I I I I N ► d to a cn dd d ♦ ♦ �3 .- " .. d d �d ° ° �� I can rk d \b d ° d \� 4,L00  , ♦ — E— _�__—�_ -- _ -- — II ° d -� Q -- — CI d ° Q d ° , ♦ , . �I ^ 0) a 10 --3-- �/S<pOp ° � R=150' I — _ p _ �# CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 306,E- 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER MATCHLINE: SEE DWG CRP355 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK ♦ ♦ # ILLUMINATION NOTES PAVEMENT LEGEND: GENERAL NOTES: i �N 3 CURB RAMP INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON I I 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 1 o EXISTING FOUNDATION CONCRETE ROADWAY 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL \\ ♦ ♦ ♦ I I > INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. a'i�'I co 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 3 FOUNDATION ASPHALT PAVEMENT INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 4 FOUNDATION GRAVEL ROADWAY ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. 8 PLANTING STRIP 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. SYSTEM ASPHALT OVERLAY PRELIMINARY 10 GUARDRAIL INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW N 10 FOUNDATION 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. ENGINEERING 11 CONCRETE BARRIER PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 12 ROLLED CURB FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT 20 10 0 20 40 NOT FOR 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER CONSTRUCTION PLAZA PAVEMENT SCALE IN FEET DESIGNED BY. SCALE. FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: C. FERRIS Q Pl R c� F Q t LuJ 1"=20' L15--CRP353 DRAWN BY: �� of AS F FILENAME: Q CONTRACT NUMBER Kiewi C. LIM o w J FW_DA-CRP352-353 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: CHECKED BY: � z � CONTRACT No.: ONSL15 J. BAUMAN �o QF20105684�Q �<U SOUNDTRANSIT PAVING, DRAWING AND ILLUMINATION SHEET No.: REV: T G/STEM �� APPROVED BY: �SSipNAL G SUBMITTED BY: DATE: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: PLAN 553 No. DATE DSN CHK APP REVISION C. FERRIS G. ORSOLINI - J. KALVELAGE _ _ FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 122 2 u Z+ �o ��oo MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP352 LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: [III] o � it I I ° d ' -' No -".. I I W ° ° d (° I I I h I I I I / 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION W_ I a I I I I I / PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED NN 35 �a W1 _,� �� 1 1 I ;� a<d a 1 ° I I II'I ( I I o/ IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND 1 I I ° I Io 1 ;I 1 1 ( ' / STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE I =�a I '� � I F� 1 i I REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, Noor ' I d ° d I ° I I I �o INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND !' • ' I I Iw B I I I I I 1W I io LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL a< Lu III I THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL II H 1 ITI I I I d ° a a I R IIi I j CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH I° I I I I I R II o I 1 APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE .. w ww • 1 .R FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION I I I IW 11 v a djtf I I 1 to MODIFIED. II 3 III I II 111I I III II I < I® HE -I I W 1 1 1 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION # CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES I/1c I0 ° I 11 I 11 11 I 11 PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED I_ I ° 1 I I I o I o i IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER I I I IW " 11 I 1,� 1 1� 1 1u) II I I I I �II I I I Io STANDARDS. I I I 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK I 3 // ��— 0� I 'I v, W 11 I II ° I'l I 1 I I II 1 I1 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY 3 CURB RAMP I I I //I 1 ° d d I I �I d I 1 ll01 I I Io I� ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE d I I I 1 � I 111 REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH I 10, CL S 317TH ST r ll < 0 1 1< I 11 1 11 1y� �' I I I I z I 1 // S07-R51 WEST II d �! d ° I I I w r„ I II 111 I I I II 1 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB / ( - ) 1 W II 11 i I I I M �*- I I ° o d I j 1 j 1 I i� 11 I III I 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP j ~ I I 11 1 1 1 I I I I i N 1 W I d 1 I I I I I III I I 8 PLANTING STRIP V I 11 I I< I d I �o I 11 jw III II 1 i I I 1 I °-1--- 10 GUARDRAIL J II'I) 10i-�-- 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 1 OS ----a _-- Sp_ —III — p_� �� j I I <d 10 1 I 1 b I N ~ N I I ° I �o I I� I I � 12 ROLLED CURB 0 I I I I I I II I I W m — SS - -T- d� I I �a d 8 I j I i I a 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER M 1 1 I I< I � I I ---.a I W I I cn ---E-- —E---- E- II a I I p �I 1 i cn V I I W 1Q d ° I " I I I� I 11 I ILn # ILLUMINATION NOTES J I i d < R=170'I I 1 0 l I R i1 1 1 1 I 1 J 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON = 1 l I I 1 u- I I i I I cn EXISTING FOUNDATION (, —E---- __—__ _❑---- �� I° �) 1 I I "I" I 1 I I N 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW a -LJ] E I d ° d d I 1� I. 1I I j r it I IIi FOUNDATION I d cn I 1 1 III W' 1¢ 1!1 2 I I I 1 bcn W Lu INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING ❑ III < j < b� 1 11� 1 11 TRANSITWAY LIMITS, TYP I I 4 Cn FOUNDATION jji a T I 1 ' I I, I 1 I � �I I IIi N RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE II I I I I I i �i L 10 10 I *1 i W 8 — 3 I I W � 11 p l I I I AND SYSTEM I I 3 I .r —� -- 10 -- 1Q -- -- -- -- -- -- I I — Z I W —1—I— J 10 INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW II ; ,� d I I d 9 < d d ° < I I i = FOUNDATION nR I N �, ° I.d < a Ij I I ! I ° < /1 ° d ° < I� i R=30' ,G► I� l y l I� II d o° < d a d I< i l o 10 H I va I < �1 °. I I I I 11u I I 11 1 d N o ° ° <° d I N o Q PAVEMENT LEGEND: 1 C I ;;_ I d I I I m° 111 1 < II d d ° < v i d ' C I I 11 W,I I I 1 d O d d 3 d < ° i d G CONCRETE ROADWAY I I I� I < 10 d <o ►-) ° 1 I II ;, �p ° ° a \ < ° d m a a 3 d ° < a I < d I n d d < ° < d I $ASPHALT PAVEMENT I I a < I ° , <d III 1y�g I ° II d ° d d ° a a< d " d a I < m I I n 6, I 1r,1 o IIII 122ND AVE S < d d < d II I I d < II R ,I GRAVEL ROADWAY ❑ ❑ ❑ I I IFS I i- I it I d '� in ° < _ S07-R53 22+00 d ° N ° I S ao < I I I d d N < v CL S 318TH ST d d a ° I ° ' d' d J_ I d� ° (S07-R55) 3 a ASPHALT OVERLAY m1 i I o c CL 22ND AVE S < d I a I 1 < d 1 I, a 1 I< (S07-R53) I P 1 �� I 11 < w I 1 I PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION I ; 1 °r _ ° M ( a — FO ° II II ° d d ® ° 3 26 a 25' d d id I I< --- I II ,d d I d IN - I - R=25' - _ -� — I'I I I Ij I �I �11 0 °a e < d R=2 < a < I I o FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT I I I 3 < R-120' < l.:al'Io I b II �Id d < N o < < a a d d° ° II a �I N �o d d PLAZA PAVEMENT I ] d d ° 4� — — — — — — — 00 ° — — cn ! 1 1�11 < d 3 d 3 �� __(:° � 10 11I1 � I I1 I 11 10 2 10 ♦ M < /� / 10 1 1 2 , GENERAL NOTES: I' d 3 1 1110 141 I I i I ° I I/ d t I I o 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL ❑ ❑ ❑ IL I 1 °° / / I a m ° 10 IIII III �I JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. II 10 N d ° III II I < 40 1 I I I 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP357 ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. N PRELIMINARY 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. ENGINEERING 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 20 10 0 20 40 NOT FOR 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. CONSTRUCTION SCALE IN FEET DESIGNED BY. SCALE. FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: C. FERRIS PA Rlc� � o � w 1"=20' L15-CRP354 DRAWN BY: \�Q �F WASiyiFF Q U FILENAME: CONTRACT NUMBER PK Kiewi C/) 0 C. LIM o �, w J FW-DA-CRP354-359 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: co ZCHECKED BY: z � CONTRACT No.: L15 J. BAUMAN 13 20105684�0 (/ --yoNs SOUNDTRANSIT PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION SHEET No.: REV: 'c FG/STEM APPROVED BY: ASS/ONA� LNG SUBMITTED BY: DATE: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: PLAN 554 No. DATE DSN CHK APP REVISION C. FERRIS G. ORSOLINI - J. KALVELAGE _ _ FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 123 MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP353 N o� o c 17 . 1 mv i1 FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION PAVEMENT LEGEND: c c CONCRETE ROADWAY ASPHALT PAVEMENT GRAVEL ROADWAY ASPHALT OVERLAY ® PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT PLAZA PAVEMENT qqe LO M U J 0 0 W W U) W Z_ J 2 V H Q LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: 1 t'_"0AI0E2A I Alf%-r0 _ ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR - ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE I UDP SHEETS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. ( CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 3 CURB RAMP 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 8 PLANTING STRIP 10 GUARDRAIL 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 12 ROLLED CURB 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER DESIGNED BY: m mt C. FERRIS FA R 1 c� DRAWN BY: \�Q 0� WASyiFF �' _p PK iewi qjK C. LIM o CHECKED BY: -13 ---VONS f� 05684 �� J. BAUMANmm �� �FG/STE��� APPROVED BY: �SS/ONAL ENG SUBMITTED BY: DATE: No. DATE DSN CHK APP REVISION C. FERRIS G. ORSOLINI - MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP358 LILLUMINATION NOTES 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND SYSTEM 10 INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION SCALE: Q Q m — =lm 1 "=20' U FILENAME: C/) c/) W J FW_DA-CRP354-359 zLL SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - N M V J W W U) W Z J 2 H Q N PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING 20 10 0 20 40 NOT FOR SCALE IN FEET CONSTRUCTION FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-CRP355 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION L15 SHEET No.: REV: PLAN FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 555 124 N 00 0 0 mi. - _---'' ' !j _� _I 1 a ,i Affi, FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: 1 S07-R54 10+00 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR CL 21 ST AVE S DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND (S07-R54) SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS GENERAL NOTES: PAVEMENT LEGEND: AND MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST , CONCRETE ROADWAY CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN MODIFIED. STANDARDS. ASPHALT PAVEMENT 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, GRAVEL ROADWAY DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND AND FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN SHEETS. ASPHALT OVERLAY ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. ® PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE REVIEWED 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. PLAZA PAVEMENT 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. II '13 II IW I n CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 3 CURB RAMP 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 8 PLANTING STRIP 10 GUARDRAIL 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 12 ROLLED CURB 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER A;� ILLUMINATION NOTES 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND SYSTEM 10 INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION DESIGNED BY. SCALE. FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: C. FERRIS Q P� R I c,� F � � Q J 1"=20' L15-CRP357 DRAWN BY: �� pF Wgs'yi F U FILENAME: CONTRACT NUMBER C. LIM c0 w co FW_DA-CRP354-359 FACILITY ID: z REFERENCE CHECKED BY: J � CONTRACT No.: L15 J. BAUMAN �p p 105684 PARSONS�<(/� SOUNDTRANSIT PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION SHEET No.: REV: E ST�� �� APPROVED BY: FG/ ass/pSV NA ��G SUBMITTED BY: JATE: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: PLAN 557 No. DATE DSN CHK APP REVISION C. FERRIS G. ORSOLINI J. KALVELAGE _ _ FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 125 2 6 Z+ t — o n o [III] MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP355 14 .. F ♦ I I I ICL S 319TI4 ST I) ( , _ T I , / S07-R56 I I 1 I ; '� ' I d I 1 IF W I I 1 I 3�48 3�5• 5 I•"� A AC3 771 10I I I I itsI CD I 40 a IoC, +o co I'p FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION LOj 1 I I I I I raj 10 N ° CD cn a I '°(- i CL S 320TH ST LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: -3 --•— i l i 50 I I i S2 II cl V4 ' I (S07-R57) 1 I 1 aI cc 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION i ) I I STORM VAULT I I PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED I ' - -1 01I //� •Q� I I 2 j !� IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND I I I I / I I I i ' I I � � I O/ \ STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE •\ w ► / 7 12 12� 7 15 I w I I i I REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING,  ''' I v 20 201 INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND \ I ° ® i I i i Ili) I' 1 to LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL \\\ I I °® a 0.5 41 0i I I i I i I j III THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL \\ I I/ I i .5Q I Q I i I i I ! (° CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH \ \\\ I 10 I ° 10 I { i i I i APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE Jd) MODIFIED. �\ \ \\ I 2 / orCD CD 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION \\ \ \I , I I \ i W I w i -a I i �' ° o PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED \\\ ��\ % v ° 1 I i Q 10 Li �r IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND \\ \ I I ° X i--T 3- i I I Ij ° Z c STANDARDS. \\ \\\ I 1 i C� I -Ir - - - - -- - �_---- -�--------_ - - _ ---_ - - - - ------------------ ----- I I I I =I III I 1--3-----�- \ \ I' ' ll; ICI o II- 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY \\ \ I \\ 1' I I a '�"^� I a ° 2 I I a ------------------- 3 I I M N \ \\ Ia O Il I I I-----------------------------r-----�-L ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE \\ I I I I i i i I ~o REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. \ \\\ I d I -I i I I 10 I a l ° 10 I i —�— I I. I H2O.0' a tp Lo n U 2 �4Aip -- E �' �\ /�' a ♦ I R=14.5' I il� III° � \ 26 ° a R.=4.5' � � � 10 10 10 I I 10 A 1: O' a I I - 1 10 10 IN, I I --- - - - - 2 - - I R=35' I 10 87 doea a a cn -- — F0— — FO-_ — — F — d a ° W -- I ,� --- d �_ ° ° I i R=4.5' __ a II _ _ a SO a 1 °3 N — a ° � SD. LVcl) o----F -- ., --- - - t --- _ �I—, 3 II �� --- --- __ a I I -- - - - FO— N j�-r 1 a r �— d� F -tom- — — C R=25, ,-- - — -  T , , _ ° ° 3 I _ _ _ _ SD— — ---�---a - IUJ --- -- „o _LSD s �- S- gD S+ I D I Su— — S �4 dD — I I c� Z o 21ST AVE S - -- s--ss7---� — r—ss ----�� ! 21ST AVE S I I J v, + _ S07-R54 18+00 -F- C) I S07-R54 16+00 -as _ _ _ -as -as - - - I I / - - - con� SS - _- � l CL 21ST AVE S SS__ I l I -SS - --SS -- Q o (S07-R54) I I c� _ _ - - - - - \ _n I I v 10 l �� CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, TYP  I LO GENERAL NOTES: PAVEMENT LEGEND: N ° 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL CONCRETE ROADWAY CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 10 GUARDRAIL # ILLUMINATION NOTES JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON ASPHALT PAVEMENT 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 1 EXISTING FOUNDATION 20 10 0 20 40 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 12 ROLLED CURB 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. GRAVEL ROADWAY FOUNDATION SCALE IN FEET 3 CURB RAMP 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. ASPHALT OVERLAY 4 FOUNDATION 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH PRELIMINARY 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION SYSTEM ENGINEERING 8 ® INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 10 FOUNDATION 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT 8 PLANTING STRIP NOT FOR PLAZA PAVEMENT CONSTRUCTION DESIGNED BY. SCALE. FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: C. FERRIS Q Pl R I c/f F � o Q J 1"=20' L15-CRP358 DRAWN BY: �� pF WAs�i FKiewi Q CONTRACT NUMBER �� '�'c � U FILENAME: C. LIM ) o w J FW_DA-CRP354-359 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: L15 CHECKED BY: � z � CONTRACT No.: J. BAUMAN �p QF20105684�Q �<U --PONS ISOUNDTRANSIT PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION SHEET No.: REV: T G/STEM � APPROVED BY: �SSipNAe SUBMITTED BY: JATE: FEEWED BY: DATE: DATE: PLAN 558 No. DATE DSN CHK APP REVISION C. FERRIS G. ORSOLINI .ALVELAGE _ _ FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION ---- 126 _— - 0 (N I I I I 0 cn I I I S 316TH ST MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP357 GENERAL NOTES: 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. INo. I DATE I DSN I CHK I APP I REVISION PAVEMENT LEGEND: ep a CONCRETE ROADWAY ASPHALT PAVEMENT GRAVEL ROADWAY ASPHALT OVERLAY ® PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT PLAZA PAVEMENT ®--as — — — —as ( CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 3 CURB RAMP 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 8 PLANTING STRIP 10 GUARDRAIL 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 12 ROLLED CURB 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER DESIGNED BY: C. FERRIS Pl R I Cl mt DRAWN BY: Q OF WASKiewi FF C. LIM o CHECKED BY: -13 ---VONS J. BAUMAN f� 05684 �� �FG/STER�� APPROVED BY: ASS/0NAL LNG SUBMITTED BY: DATE: C. FERRIS G. ORSOLINI - r — — — SD---- SD---- SD---- SD---- W � C ❑ 0 n LE ❑ 0 # ILLUMINATION NOTES 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND SYSTEM 10 INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION SCALE: Q Q 1 =20' U FILENAME: C/) c/) W J FW_DA-CRP354-359 zLL SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - rl,7 _ T-- 1 , mp -� FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CONTRACT NUMBER REFERENCE PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION PLAN FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION DRAWING No.: L15-CRP359 FACILITY ID: L15 SHEET No.: REV: 559 127 ATTACHMENT #2 UPDATED PAGES OF EXHIBIT D: LOC LANDSCAPING The following pages to Exhibit D of the Development Agreement have been updated in the subsequent pages: • S07-LPP307 • S07-LPP352 • S07-LPP308 • S07-LPP353 • S07-LPP351 • S07-LPP355 All other pages of Exhibit B in the Development Agreement Executed on July 25th, 2019 remain unchanged. The executed LOC letter was based on the Pre -Final PE submittal dated July 29, 2016. The updated pages are consistent with the executed LOC and have been updated based on the 60% design plan review dated December 10, 2020, reflecting the proposed design of the Federal Way Transit Center. The purpose of the original letter remains the same. 128 [[ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ]] 129 (D 0 L0 M ti O M a a J Q >0 LCD N U) 73 0 N >N w U) z 0 U) ry Q a w w wU) —Q a z cn Y ry N �I rn � o� N b r 523SL1 PLANT TYPE QUANTITY SPECIES ABBRV SHRUBS COR KEL MAH NER NAN DOM POL MUN �\ i_�,, - I Lj o / — — — — — — — — ,z N CO M-----M-----/�---- N\ -LIB �- M --M-----nn-- Iwl I o i I I ill IIII I � j �I o / S317THST Iwl l 10K o 1 1 1 6x0a o I ---E--- b—E-----E---- 1 �I I i '1 cn I_ FO----FO----FO--- — —E — — X� b - - - - - - J_ F �E - - -- FO - -- - FO - - - -CFO-- - - - E -- -E---E-----E- COMCAST p — - HH NICV / - _ - - - _ \ CB El� ❑ � � PA — I �� I I 523SL1 p 1 PA 10000 .00 SB �N 1378+0 x � \e � I - 78 +0 _�, I I/�� ---------____ PA_ _ IQ I i i i o � /o w LLJ PA — II I I - - - - - - - - - - � / I 523SL1 LLJ (' II I �---W---- I/ U) II I ❑ icv NOTES: 1. SEE DWG STD-LZN001 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR LANDSCAPE GENERAL NOTES. 2. SEE DWG STD-LZN002 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE # CW.04F FOR LANDSCAPE GENERAL LEGEND. 3. SEE DWG STD-LPNO01 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR PLANTING NOTES. 4. SEE DWG STD LPDO01-002 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR PLANTING DETAILS. 5. SEE DWG S07-LPS501 FOR PLANT SCHEDULE. INo. I DATE I DSN I CHK I APP I REVISION DESIGNED BY: OF WAS/y/ B. SWIFT DRAWN BY: J . S HAN co m �v v� CHECKED BY: S. STANKEWICH 0 APPROVED BY: rFp 69FXP.o512g\��G� B. SWIFT ��NDSCAPE� QK. Kmiewi SWI FT COM PANY LLc , 't SUBMITTED BY: DATE: REVIEWED BY: G. ORSOLINI J. KALVELAGE op DEVIATION FROM FEDERAL WAY STREET TREE STANDARDS No trees to be proposed within 35 feet from center of guideway per Sound Transit Vegetation Clear Zone requirement ---SD x I � / SCALE: QJ 1" =20' Q FILENAME: U) U) w _j FW-DA-LPP307-359 z a SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: RTA/CN 0009-17 DATE: DATE: D'RECr w _ 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CONTRACT NUMBER REFERENCE LANDSCAPE PLANTING PLAN S 317TH ST PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION DRAWING No.: S07-LPP307 FACILITY ID: S07 SHEET No.: REV: cD 0 LO M rl- a_ J Q H i N U) N >N w U) z 0 U) Q a_ w w w U) —Q a00 z cn Y N �I rn � o a N b r - — - - — - 525G1 � COMCAST \ / ICI J � O — F�b - PEDESTAL r� FO---FO----FO---— D�t'�PDPDD6.QDp�DD D DAD �D�D D D D D D D D D D D L PAS bDDDPD D D D — D DDDDDD DDDDDDDD D D D pp D — —— I47— —Sn Pt— �\ D PA 4 Der f�D 4 �D DAD �D D D DD D D D --- —x— X— x I N� I s\ -M - - - - —M— DEVIATION FROM FEDERAL WAY _ _ SEE DWG S07-LPP525 FOR — ---- ---- --- 525G1 PLANT SCHEDULES — '—�" ��— M STREET TREE STANDARDS — ---- _ - - - - - - - - -- Short -stature trees per approved City S 317TH ST of Federal Way tree list are used as street trees. 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SEE DWG STD-LZN001 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR LANDSCAPE GENERAL NOTES. N PRELIMINARY 2. SEE DWG STD-LZN002 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE # CW.04F FOR LANDSCAPE GENERAL LEGEND. ENGINEERING 3. SEE DWG STD-LPNO01 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR PLANTING NOTES. 4. SEE DWG STD LPDO01-002 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR PLANTING DETAILS. 20 10 0 20 40 NOT FOR 5. SEE DWG S07-LPS501 FOR PLANT SCHEDULE. CONSTRUCTION SCALE IN FEET DESIGNED BY: WAS SCALE: FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: F y � wit B. SWIFT !O PpLSTp ''vc w 1" = 20' S07-LPP308 DRAWN BY: � Q�P� �s� O 1 SWI FT C0M PANY LLC a U FILENAME: CONTRACT NUMBER K.. Ki e I J. SHAN co m �V �� 2 z j FW-DA-LPP307-359 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: CHECKED BY: ONSJ � SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: 07 S. STANKEWICH �'� 20 0�� ��' �69 2gti �\ RTA/CN 0009-17 PLANTING PLAN SHEET No.: REV: APPROVED BY: Fp FXP.051 �G SUBMITTED BY: DATE: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: No. DATE DSN CHK APP REVISION B. SWIFT �INDSCAPE P G. ORSOLINI J. KALVELAGE S 317TH ST 131 c� 0 M ti O co a a J Q 0 H CD N U) 73 0 N >N w U) z 0 U) ry Q a w w wU) Q a z_ cn Y �ry N �I o a N b r 525SL1 PLANT TYPE QUANTITY SPECIES ABBRV TREES 7 SHRUBS 6 ACE GRI PRU OTT 525SL2 PLANT TYPE QUANTITY SPECIES ABBRV TREES 5 4 ACE GRI SHRUBS PRU OTT 525G 1 PLANT TYPE QUANTITY SPECIES ABBRV HYRDOSEED MIX LOW GROW SEED MIX #2 580HM1 PLANT TYPE QUANTITY SPECIES ABBRV SHORT STATURE TREES SHRUBS ACE GRI MAH AQU COR ARC SYM ALB 580MM1 PLANT TYPE QUANTITY SPECIES ABBRV SHRUBS MAH NER LON PIL COR ARC 580SC4 PLANT TYPE QUANTITY SPECIES ABBRV SHORT STATURE TREES ACE GRI SHRUBS MAH AQU SYM ALB LON PIL VINE AKE QUI NOTES: \ II I I I I U) 11 I cn I LLL I DEVIATION FROM FEDERAL WAY STREET TREE STANDARDS Short -stature trees per approved City of Federal Way tree list. No tree to be proposed within 35' from center of guideway per Sound Transit Vegetation Clear Zone requirement. \ LL_ X o r 1. SEE DWG STD-LZN001 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR LANDSCAPE GENERAL NOTES. 2. SEE DWG STD-LZN002 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE # CW.04F FOR LANDSCAPE GENERAL LEGEND. 3. SEE DWG STD-LPNO01 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR PLANTING NOTES. 4. SEE DWG STD LPDO01-002 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR PLANTING DETAILS. 5. SEE DWG S07-LPS501 FOR PLANT SCHEDULE. INo. I DATE I DSN I CHK 1 APP I REVISION DESIGNED BY: B. SWIFT DRAWN BY: J. SHAN CHECKED BY: S. STANKEWICH APPROVED BY: B. SWIFT OF WAS O /11 1 �s p ALST� NCO co 7 ad bl3T °� 2° tiQ) 69 EXP.05�2gP�G� ��Nne��PE P SWI FT COM PANY ��c Q 2 co co W J PAR W—MAIII 0 N S • z � J a SOUNDTRANSIT SUBMITTED BY: DATE: REVIEWED BY: DATE: G. ORSOLINI J. 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KALVELAGE F WAS � p, A L S T ti/�• � � m ad d�Kiewi N PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING 20 10 0 20 40 NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SCALE IN FEET FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER s07-LPP355 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: S07 LANDSCAPE SHEET No.: REV: PLANTING PLAN S 319TH ST AND 22ND AVE S ATTACHMENT #3 UPDATED PAGES OF EXHIBIT P: OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE The following pages to Exhibit P of the Development Agreement have been updated in the subsequent pages: • L15-ONM350 • L15-ONM354 • L15-ONM307 0 L15-ONM355 • L15-ONM308 • L15-ONM357 • L15-ONM351 • L15-ONM358 • L15-ONM352 • L15-ONM359 • L15-ONM353 All other pages of Exhibit P in the Development Agreement Executed on July 2511, 2019 remain unchanged. 136 [[ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ]] 137 Z+ ���111 Ilil WI [� • � a � � � 111111 111111 I I� � L15-ONM352 Momff C — L U II IIII (IIII I �- a I M I CO E LUILUITIJ I I L 7ujjj*-m if Al WI 11 / 9 FPS /k ILA nwe 'Al Aft's IN ri r IN - - •� IN L15-ONM357-L15-ONM358AIV loco I IS 21STAVE I I :Atrj nimiliminllllll mr., i, PRIMARY OPERATOR/ SECONDARY OPERATOR/ MAINTAINER MAINTAINER 0 WSDOT 0 SOUND TRANSIT 0 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 0 80 40 0 80 160 SCALE IN FEET NINE DESIGNED BY. 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KALVELAGE CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, TYP SCALE: Q QI r=—w 1 "=20' U FILENAME: L W J FW_DA-ONM354-359 z LL SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: DATE: DATE: 00 M 2 z O J 0 W W W z J 2 V a 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-ONM357 PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING PLANS FACILITY ID: CIVIL L15 SHEET No.: REV: OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE PLAN FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 95 146 Z FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION ti M U J 0 W W cn W Z 2 V H a PRIMARY OPERATOR/ MAINTAINER MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP355 CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, TYP —/ fl, SECONDARY OPERATOR/ MAINTAINER 0 WSDOT 0 SOUND TRANSIT 0 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY INo. I DATE I DSN I CHK I APP I REVISION DESIGNED BY: C. FERRIS DRAWN BY: C. LIM CHECKED BY: J. BAUMAN APPROVED BY: C. FERRIS �tEWI�^ PARS SUBMITTED BY: G. ORSOLINI INS DATE: SCALE: Q QI r=—w 1 "=20' C FILENAME: Ln 0 w J FW_DA-ONM354-359 z LL SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-ONM358 PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING PLANS FACILITY ID: CIVIL L15 SHEET No.: REV: OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE PLAN FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 96 ---- 147 a_ N 0 C�1 N 00 0 0 INo. I DATE I DSN I CHK I APP I REVISION MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-ONM357 DESIGNED BY: C. FERRIS DRAWN BY: C. LIM CHECKED BY: J. BAUMAN APPROVED BY: C. FERRIS -Ap.9%L mt Kwiewi PARSONS SUBMITTED BY: JATE: G. ORSOLINI SCALE: Q QI r=—w 1 "=20' U FILENAME: C/) c/) w J FW_DA-ONM354-359 zLL SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - I - FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION PRIMARY OPERATOR/ MAINTAINER SECONDARY OPERATOR/ MAINTAINER 0 WSDOT 0 SOUND TRANSIT 0 0 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 0 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-ONM359 PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING PLANS FACILITY ID: CIVIL L15 SHEET No.: REV: OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE PLAN FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 96 148 March 1, 2020 Land Use and Transportation Committee Federal Way Link Extension Alteration No EXHIBIT B: Environmental Documentation 149 V SouNDTRAN5IT January 28, 2021 Ryan Medlen CHAIR Sound Transit Liaison Kent Keel City of Federal Way University Place Councilmember 33325 8r' Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 VICE CHAIRS Subject: Federal Way Link Extension Environmental Review Dow Constantine zing County Executive Dear Mr. Medlen: Paul Roberts Everett Councilmember Per your request, this letter is to document the status of environmental review for the Federal Way Link Extension project. BOARD MEMBERS Nancy Backus The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and Sound Transit published the Final Auburn Mayor Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Federal Way Link Extension in David Baker November 2016 and FTA issued a Record of Decision (ROD) in March 2017. Kenmore Mayor Subsequent to the Final EIS and ROD, Sound Transit has evaluated refinements to the Claudia Balducci project, including the following: King county Council Chair Bruce Dammeier • Rebuild of 23rd Avenue S from S 320th Street to S 317th Street Pierce county Executive • Pedestrian connection improvements between the S 320th Street Park and Ride Jenny Durkan to Federal Way Transit Center (FWTC) station Seattle Mayor • Modifications to the station at the FWTC including a bus layover facility on the Debora Juarez south side of S 317th Street, east of 23rd Avenue S and relocating the active bus Seattle Councilmember bays closer to the Link light rail platform Joe McDermott King County Council Vice Chair As the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) lead agency, Sound Transit has Roger Millar determined that the environmental impacts of these improvements are within the range Washington State Secretary of alternatives and impacts previously addressed, and that no additional probable of Transportation significant adverse impacts are anticipated. Therefore, additional analysis and Ed Prince documentation for these improvements is not required under SEPA, consistent with Renton Councilmember Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 197-11-600. As the National Environmental Kim Roscoe Policy Act (NEPA) lead agency, FTA concluded in letters dated April 30, 2020 and Fife Mayor January 27, 2021 that these refinements do not require additional environmental review Nicola Smith under NEPA. Lynnwood Mayor Dave Somers Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you for your continued Snohomish County Executive coordination on the FWLE project. Dave upthegrove King County Councilmember Sincerely, Peter von Reichbauer King County Councilmember Victoria Woodards Tacoma Mayor Erin Green Senior Environmental Planner CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER cc: Dana Wilk, Sound Transit Peter M. Rogoff Zac Eskenazi, Sound Transit Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority • Union Station 401 S. Jackson St., Seattle, WA 98104-2826 • Reception: (206) 398-5000 • FAX: (206) 398-5499 www.soundtransit.org 150 March 1, 2020 Land Use and Transportation Committee Federal Way Link Extension Alteration No EXHIBIT C Federal Way Transit Center Station Area Preliminary Engineering Design 151 +1, Im' 7 11 EXISTING GARAGE 77% °qv \ FS \ O \ \ \ EW GARAG o \\\ ♦i♦ � � \\ SlgT \\ \ O � 0 1 � \ ■ 17 ACTIVE BUSES 17 LAYOVER BUSES 21 ST AVE S i N I 2 F rn M h 0 0 M i ~ SCALE: DRAWING NO.: ARCHITECTURAL SKETCH cai PRELIMINARY NOT FOR FWTC BUS TERMINAL DRAWING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION @Kiewit PARSONS z 1 �ArE: ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION FWLE CONFIGURATION (RFP ALTERNATE SK-TF0010-02 LL SoUUDTaanrSrr 06/26/19 SCENARIO) March 1, 2020 Land Use and Transportation Committee Federal Way Link Extension Alteration No EXHIBIT D: Federal Way Transit Center Station Area Design -Build Contractor Design 153 March 1, 2020 Land Use and Transportation Committee Federal Way Link Extension Alteration No EXHIBIT E: Federal Way Transit Center Station Area Design with Proposed Updates 155 Expanded Parking Structure Existing Parking Structure L VE—RRIP-I� S 317th Street Trash and Transformer Enclosure_ �Street North Station Entry - .- _ w > �s Q \+_ S 319th Street a 1 N � N N Paratransit £r Passenger Drop -Off South Station Entry nerialniignment End of Line Facility FEDERALWAY ��(C LINK EXTENSION Il) 119 Ir ae� W-4 :ja_ i LLI r VIP S 317th Street a In11f1 = y I tl. as r ._ A = - - j --- S 320th Street - - - - - _ ._ -= o i � r SCALE N EE7 t / TPSS Driver Relief Building Bus Layover 156 March 1, 2020 Land Use and Transportation Committee Federal Way Link Extension Alteration No EXHIBIT F: Select Comprehensive Plan Goals and Policies 157 FEDERAL WAY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN (FWCP, 2015) SUPPORTING GOALS AND POLICIES The subject Development Agreement Alteration No. 2 is consistent with and substantially implements the following FWCP goals and policies from the City Center chapter: Goal #9 Provide a balanced transportation network that accommodates public transportation, high occupancy vehicles, pedestrians, bicyclists, automobiles, and integrated parking. Goal #11 Create policies and regulations to encourage more efficient use of parking facilities and to foster new, innovative, and creative parking solutions. Goal #13 Improve the flow of vehicular traffic through the City Center and minimize increases in congestion. Goal #14 Promote and facilitate the effective use of non -motorized transportation. Create a safe, efficient, and enjoyable pedestrian and bicycle system. Policy #13 Improve traffic flow around and through the City Center by extending the street network, creating smaller blocks, and completing the ring road along the west edge of the City Center. Policy #15 Emphasize pedestrian and bicycle circulation, as well as other travel modes in all aspects of developing the City Center transportation system. Include public sidewalks, street trees, and other pedestrian amenities for streets. Policy #18 Provide pedestrian connections between adjacent buildings where possible to provide for streetscape continuity and develop clear and safe pedestrian paths through large parcels to enhance the pedestrian network. Policy #19 Continue to site and screen parking lots to minimize impact on the pedestrian environment. 158 ORDINANCE NO.21- AN ORDINANCE of the City of Federal Way, Washington, approving a change to the Federal Way Link Extension Project Development Agreement between the City of Federal Way and Sound Transit. WHEREAS, The City of Federal Way ("City") is a non -charter optional municipal code city incorporated under the laws of the State of Washington, with authority to enact laws and enter into development and right-of-way agreements to promote the health, safety, and welfare of its citizens; and WHEREAS, the Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority ("Sound Transit") is a governmental entity created pursuant to Chapters 81.104 and 81.112 RCW with all powers necessary to implement a high capacity transit system within its boundaries in King, Pierce, and Snohomish Counties; and WHEREAS, the Growth Management Act encourages efficient multimodal transportation facilities such as the Federal Way Link Extension that are coordinated with local comprehensive plans, and requires the City to accommodate essential public facilities such as the Link Light Rail Transit Project; and WHEREAS, in 1996, 2008, and 2016, pursuant to state law, Sound Transit proposed, and Central Puget Sound voters approved financing for, regional transit system plans known as Sound Move, ST2, and ST3; and WHEREAS, on January 26, 2017, the Sound Transit Board defined and selected the Federal Way Link Extension alignment, profile, stations, and associated infrastructure to be built Ordinance No. 21- Page I of 6 Rev 02/21 159 between Angle Lake Station at South 200th Street and the Federal Way Transit Center in Resolution 2017-02; and WHEREAS, Sound Transit and the City have executed a Development Agreement ("Agreement") granting the project land use approval as a Class I Essential Public Facility under FWRC 19.105.020, adopted by the City by Ordinance 19-869 and Sound Transit through Motion M2019-65 and effective on July 25, 2019; and WHEREAS, as design for the project continued the City and Sound Transit identified concerns regarding pedestrian safety in the design put forth by the Design -Build Contractor as part of their proposed design; and WHEREAS, Sound Transit has proposed to resolve these safety concerns with a substantial change to the Federal Way Transit Center layout that includes changing project elements as they were agreed to in the original Development Agreement, including the roadway layout and location of bus facilities; and WHEREAS, Sound Transit is lead agency for all review under the State Environmental Protection Act (SEPA) and has or will properly update all environmental documents to implement this change; and WHEREAS, nothing in the proposed change to the Agreement negatively impacts the original basis for approving the Federal Way Link Extension as a Class I Essential Public Facility; and WHEREAS, the proposed changes support a transit center design that benefits pedestrian safety and experience in a manner not feasible without these changes; and Ordinance No. 21- Page 2 of 6 Rev 02/21 160 WHEREAS, the City Center goals and policies in the Federal Way Comprehensive Plan support, encourage, and require developments to consider and improve upon the pedestrian experience; and WHEREAS, this change to the Agreement is to be executed between the Parties in accordance with FWRC 19.85.200 and Section 25.8 of the Agreement; and WHEREAS, the Land Use & Transportation Committee of the Federal Way City Council considered this change to the Agreement on , 202_, and forwarded a recommendation of approval to City Council; and WHEREAS, a properly noticed public hearing was held on , 202, for the purpose of obtaining input from interested parties. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Findings and Conclusions. The City Council of Federal way makes the following findings of fact and conclusions with respect to the proposed Agreement, attached as Exhibit A. (a) The recitals listed above are adopted as findings of fact and conclusions. (b) The City Council adopts the facts and conclusions contained in the staff report, which is incorporated by this reference. (c) The proposed change to the Agreement is compatible with and has no unmitigated negative impact upon adjacent land uses, as detailed in the staff report. (d) The construction cost estimate on which the change to the Agreement is based adequately considers impacts on community facilities, including utilities and roads. Ordinance No. 21- Page 3 of 6 Rev 02/21 161 (e) The proposed change to the Agreement provides a comparable benefit to the community as the original Agreement and improves upon public safety, health, and welfare with improvements to pedestrian safety by reducing the number points of conflict as noted in the staff report. (f) The proposed change to the Agreement does not have any detrimental effect on any aspect to the City's Comprehensive Plan as the essential public facility siting review findings remain unchanged and approval of this change is supported by the Comprehensive Plan's long-range planning goals and policies as detailed in the staff report. Section 2. Council Approval. The City Council approves the change to the Development Agreement with Sound Transit, attached as Exhibit A to this ordinance, and authorizes the Mayor to execute the agreement. Section 3. Severability. Should any section, subsection, paragraph, sentence, clause, or phrase of this ordinance, or its application to any person or situation, be declared unconstitutional or invalid for any reason, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance or its application to any other person or situation. The City Council of the City of Federal Way hereby declares that it would have adopted this ordinance and each section, subsection, sentence, clauses, phrase, or portion thereof, irrespective of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, sentences, clauses, phrases, or portions be declared invalid or unconstitutional. Section 4. Corrections. The City Clerk and the codifiers of this ordinance are authorized to make necessary corrections to this ordinance including, but not limited to, the correction of Ordinance No. 21- Page 4 of 6 Rev 02/21 162 scrivener/clerical errors, references, ordinance numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. Section 5. Ratification. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this ordinance is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 6. Effective Date. This ordinance shall be effective immediately after passage and publication as provided by law. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Federal Way this day of 20 Ordinance No. 21- [signatures to follow] Page 5 of 6 Rev 02/21 163 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: JIM FERRELL, MAYOR ATTEST: STEPHANIE COURTNEY, CMC, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: J. RYAN CALL, CITY ATTORNEY FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: PUBLISHED: EFFECTIVE DATE: ORDINANCE NO.: Ordinance No. 21- Page 6 of 6 Rev 02/21 164 V__'SouNDTRANS1T ORD. 21- Exhibit A TO: City of Federal Way FROM: Sound Transit SUBJECT: City of Federal Way Development Agreement — Alteration #FWLE-02 Sound Transit and the City of Federal Way agree to alter certain terms of the Federal Way Link Extension Project Development Agreement (GA-0015-18; AG 19-117) between Sound Transit and the City of Federal Way, pursuant to Section 25.8 of the Development Agreement and FWRC 19.85.200 as outlined in this document. As a result of achieving design solutions that improve pedestrian safety, urban design, and transit operations at Federal Way Transit Center, the City of Federal Way and Sound Transit have agreed to alter the following Section and Exhibits, as indicated in red, italicized font: Section 3.2 3.2 Roadway Improvements. In the City of Federal Way, the FWLE Project will construct roadway improvements associated with the Federal Way Transit Center Station improvements. Roadway improvements will be designed to accommodate anticipated roadway usage. Roadway improvements that are anticipated for intensive bus usage will be constructed with concrete vehicular lanes. Roadway improvements not subject to intensive bus use will be constructed with asphalt vehicular lanes. Specific improvements to be included as part of the Project's current scope include: • Reconstruct S 317th St from the 28th Ave S/ S 317th St roundabout to 23rd Ave S with concrete vehicular lanes and bike lanes per Cross Section Type L, including reconstructed sidewalk from 251h PI S to 23rd Ave S. • A new 23rd Ave S at S 317th St roundabout with concrete vehicular lanes as shown in the updated Exhibit B — LOC Right -of -Way Cross Sections (attached) and the Pre Final PE submittal dated juiy 20 2016, and further described in Section 8.14. • Rebuild 23rd Ave S from S 320th St to S 3171h St with concrete vehicular lanes and the associated stormwater improvements required by code upon completion of require-d addotmonal envorenmental revoew. Additionally, a bus pull out will be constructed to accommodate two active bus bays, limited to passenger drop-off only, on this street. (Reference L15-CRP352 and L15-CRP353 in Attachment 1.) • Reconstruct sidewalks on the west side of 23rd Ave S from S 320th St to S 317th St to accommodate new driveways and pedestrian lighting. • A new S 317th St roadway connection from 23rd Ave S to 215Y Ave S, curb, gutter, sidewalks, storm drainage, illumination, and landscaping. The stormwater vault that serves the existing FWTC and nearby City streets will be partially located in the new 317tn right of way and Sound Transit's Transit Way (see GA 0045-18/AG 19-055 Transit Way Agreement — Exhibit C). 165 V__'SouNDTRANSJT ORD. 21- Exhibit A • A new S 22nd Ave S roadway connection from S 3171h St to S 320th St, curb, gutter, sidewalks, storm drainage, illumination, and landscaping. • A new S 318th St roadway connection from 22nd Ave S to 21s' Ave S, curb, gutter, sidewalks, storm drainage, illumination, and landscaping. • A new S 3191h St roadway connection from 22nd Ave S to 215Y Ave S, curb, gutter, sidewalks, storm drainage, illumination, and landscaping. • As described in Section 8.12, other improvements identified to enhance the pedestrian connection between the Federal Way/S 320th St Park and Ride to the new station er+ Station Facilities. New Light Rail Station near the existing Federal Way Transit Center with new ^,,�- 0tea;; additional parking garage on add + ^^ and expansion to the existing parking garage. A total of 400 new parking stalls will be provided, a majority of the new spaces will be added in the expansion of the existing garage and a small number will be included at a new surface lot near the light rail station. Final configuration and mix will be developed in final design. The station shall include facilities and maintenance for four (4) single - occupancy unisex public restrooms for transit users at the station pursuant to WA amended 2015 IBC 2902.2 and 2902.3, ICC A117.1-2009, and 15.15.120.E. Restrooms ffvay will be all newly provided as part of Project construction or may be additional to the two current restr.,.,rns at the Federal Way Transit !'.,nter, however, the total provided will be less than four (4) public restrooms at the station. Bus Layover and Terminal Area. • The project will construct a surface bus layover lot with 12 layover spaces. The use of this layover lot will be for bus layover activity consistent with the existing Federal Way Transit Center. The layover will not be utilized for storage or maintenance of buses. Landscaping and fencing for the layover lot shall be added to achieve screening per the City Center zone requirements and are shown conceptually as page S07-LPP351 in Attachment 2, the updated pages of Exhibit D. The Project will also construct 10 active bus spaces in a newly constructed bus loop located adjacent to the light rail transit station. Additionally, six temporary bus layover spaces will be located on S 317th St until 2031 unless otherwise extended through written agreement of the Parties. Prior to utilizing these spaces for purposes of bus layover, the Parties shall agree to a maintenance plan as well as a conceptual removal plan defining how the area will be restored. At a conceptual level, Sound Transit shall maintain all elements whose sole purpose is to serve the on -street bus layover spaces, including paint and signage, and the City shall be responsible for maintenance activities typical of other City right -of --way. The purpose of the removal plan is to establish the restored condition when use of the bus layover spaces is terminated. Updated Exhibits (to reflect the changes outlined above) • Attachment 1, Updated Pages of Exhibit B: LOC Right -of -Way Cross -Sections 166 SouNQTRANSlT ORD. 21- Exhibit A • Attachment Z Updated Pages of Exhibit D: LOC Landscaping • Attachment 3, Updated Pages of Exhibit P: Operations and Maintenance All other terms and provisions of the FWLE Development Agreement are not modified by this alteration and shall remain in full force and effect. Each of the parties has executed this Alteration No. 2 by its authorized representative. CENTRAL PUGET SOUND REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY (SOUND TRANSIT) By: THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY By: Linneth Riley -Hall Jim Ferrell FWLE Executive Project Director Mayor Date: APPROVED AS TO FORM: M Amy Pearsall, Senior Legal Counsel Date: Authorized by Ordinance No. APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Ryan Call, City Attorney 167 ATTACHMENT #1 UPDATED PAGES OF EXHIBIT B: LOC RIGHT-OF-WAY CROSS SECTIONS The following pages to Exhibit B of the Development Agreement have been updated in the subsequent pages: • F-A • L15-CRP308 • L15-CRP301 • L15-CRP351 • L15-CRP302 • L15-CRP352 • F-B • L15-CRP353 • F-1 • L15-CRP354 • F-2 • L15-CRP355 • F-3 • L15-CRP357 • F-4 • L15-CRP358 • F-5 • L15-CRP359 • L15-CRP307 All other pages of Exhibit B in the Development Agreement Executed on July 25th, 2019 remain unchanged. The executed LOC letter was based on the Pre -Final PE submittal dated July 29, 2016. The updated pages are consistent with the executed LOC and have been updated based on the 60% design plan review dated December 10, 2020, reflecting the proposed design of the Federal Way Transit Center. The purpose of the original letter remains the same. 168 [[ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ]] 169 ry w z J 0 U 75 Lo N 0 N O Sol moTr�-.A.IR SI T •�EwjT 1��N � o O3: CL J Q CL W c) W LL 62'-4" PROPOSED ROW 32'-4" ROW DEDICATION* O cC I O } zQ �-- 3: c/) J W CC - - Lu - 0 W LL 5'-0" 3'-6" SIDEWALK PLNTR. STRIP EXISTING _ 21'-0" GRAVEL EXISTING PAVEMENT 20'-4" NEW PAVEMENT 8'-0" 10'-0" PARKING TRAVEL LANE 0.50' 2.0% f 10'-0" RAVEL LANE 30TH AVE S LOOKING SOUTH CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 8'-0" PARKING O zQ T J W W 0 W LL *RIGHT OF WAY ACQUIRED BY SOUND TRANSIT AND DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NOTES: 1. FOR APPROVAL OF CROSS SECTION DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT ONLY. NO MATERIAL SECTION APPROVAL IS INCLUDED. 2. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO - STREET TREES AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESS, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 1�/:11-1kiff�m"1 SOUND TRANSIT FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 30TH AVE S I NOT TO SCALE 2 u Z+ —� OO+ELZ � 9N - ---- - UD — u Id— UD — — — Nvv- _ UD NW NON— — NW — LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: 1 STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. ( CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 3 CURB RAMP 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP INo. I DATE I DSN I CHK I APPIREVISIONI DATE I DSN I CHK I APPIREVISION SD --- SS---- SSr---____ S I-eS oe loe 45 55 / ?Woe SS i � pu, . rj 8 PLANTING STRIP 10 GUARDRAIL 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 12 ROLLED CURB 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER DESIGNED BY: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: APPROVED BY: 00+91Z t BS --- AP OS � ILLUMINATION NOTES 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND SYSTEM 10 INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION �tEWI�^ PAR S SUBMITTED BY: G. ORSOLINI IRG I I II /3 I I II a 3 II MAAICRACdIT 1 Cr+C611'1. W_ - ---- . - AP — f%CklCFnA 1 kl^lrCc_%. CONCRETE ROADWAY ® PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS ASPHALT PAVEMENT FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL 4. SEE LPP SHEETS. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE DESIGN STANDARDS. ASP AND APP SHEETS. GRAVEL ROADWAY PLAZA PAVEMENT 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS ASPHALT OVERLAY DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. SEE URP SHEETS. INS DATE: SCALE: Q Q 1 =20' U FILENAME: C/) c/) W J FW_DA-CRP307-351 z W SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - N CD M V 1 J W W W Z_ J 2 V H Q 5 20 10 0 - 20 40 SCALE IN FEET PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-CRP301 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATIPN L15 SHEET No.: REV: PLAN 30TH AVE S / EMERGENCY ACCESS 542 171 N o� o c �# CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 3 CURB RAMP 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP INo. I DATE I DSN I CHK I APP I REVISION 8 PLANTING STRIP 10 GUARDRAIL 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 12 ROLLED CURB 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER 14\ ILLUMINATION NOTES 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND SYSTEM 10 INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION DESIGNED BY DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: APPROVED BY: II I I ��.U�11111/1/ CONCRETE ROADWAY ASPHALT PAVEMENT GRAVEL ROADWAY ASPHALT OVERLAY b - ..� c.a(, I db db 00+c es OSD db EL=454.4 — I VERHEAD POWER I EL=488.5 _ --- — 1 1/4" S� G — -- G ---- I I G — G---- G 1�4—STW /P N I I 0 I I I I 0 I I I W O I IMF 9q RESTORATION FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT PLAZA PAVEMENT _Ap.9%L mt PKwiewi PARSONS SUBMITTED BY: JATE: G. ORSOLINI GENERAL NOTES: 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS ABIDE BY MOST RECENT SEE LPP SHEETS. LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE DESIGN STANDARDS. ASP AND APP SHEETS. 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE AND ACCESS ROADS, AND WSP200 SHEETS. FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. SEE URP SHEETS. SCALE: Q Q 1 =20' U FILENAME: C/) c/) W J FW_DA-CRP307-351 z W SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - I � i I— I I I I I I I I I I I I , "sS 0 I — S5 I � I LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. 20 10 0 — 20 40 SCALE IN FEET PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-CRP302 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATIPN L15 SHEET No.: REV: PLAN 30TH AVE S / POND, TPSS ACCESS 543 172 75'-0" PROPOSED ROW 0 Lo } ry U Q 0 Lo Nt N U) 0 0 N N w cn z O w � w Q z_ a J w o< 0 N Y ry a� U MrV-w" SoUNDTRANSIT 1 '-0" PROPOSED ROW VARIES 1'-3" TO 3'. 6' FENCE SLOPE ONLY END CONDITION (NORTH SIDE OF 317TH WHERE RETAINING WALL IS NOT REQUIRED) I m s�NG E ! A NOT TO SCALE CITY STANDARD DECORATIVE LIGHT, TYPICAL EXISTING S 317TH ST (EAST OF 23RD AVE S TO 25 PL S) HCL LOOKING WEST CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MATCH EXISTING 5'-0" 11'-0" 1 2'-0" 11'-0" 5'-0" "] BIKE LANE TRAVEL LANE LEFT TURN LANE TRAVEL LANE BIKE LANE *1 OR MATCH EXISTING MATCH EXISTING T1 — VARIES (3.5'-15.9' RAISED MEDIAN STA 121 + 12.43 TO STA 121 +31.93 STA 124+56.98 TO STA 126+69.18 14'-2" PROPOSED ROW O Q IQ I� I� � Q W 0 W W 0 LL W LL z Lu ~ I� RETAINING WALL END CONDITION (SOUTHEAST QUADRANT OF ROUNDABOUT) 1 1 '-6"' SIDEWALK 1.5% - -5 SIDEWALK RECONSTRUCTION (SOUTHWEST QUADRANT OF 1-5 ROUNDABOUT) EXISTING S 317TH ST (EAST OF 25TH PL S) LOOKING WEST CITY OF FEDERAL WAY *RIGHT OF WAY ACQUIRED BY SOUND TRANSIT AND DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NOTES: 1. FOR APPROVAL OF CROSS SECTION DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT ONLY. NO MATERIAL SECTION APPROVAL IS INCLUDED. 2. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: STREET TREES AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESS, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. SOUND TRANSIT FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CITY OF FEDERAL WAY S 317TH ST- EAST OF 23RD AVE S EXHIBIT F=B 0 } U Q 0 �I Lo Nt N O co N N w I C/) cn Z Fy O w � w Q z_ a J w o< cn 0 N Y ry 0 C, I a� U T souNorRANSIr q_A- 8'-10" EXISTING FEDERAL WAY ROW O oQ O3: a_ J Q 12'-0" a- w SIDEWALK o H 3'-0" iklm s�NG E 1.5% O uiQ 0-_j J �w 0 8'-10" EXISTING FEDERAL WAY ROW 12'-0" SIDEWALK 1.5% VARIES 0'-0" TO 6'-0" PLANTER I 0.50' VARIES 15'-0" TO 16'-0" TRAVEL LANE 0.50' NOT TO SCALE VARIES 20'-0" TO 22'-0" TRAVEL LANE 2.0% VARIES 13'-0" TO 25'-0" TRAVEL LANE 11 VARIES PAINTED MEDIAN (12') VARIES (6' MIN) MEDIAN/ SPLITTER ISLAND (6.2' - 8.0') CL 0.80' 1 VARIES 12'-0" TO 15'-9" VARIES 12'-0" TO 15'-8" TRAVEL LANE TRAVEL LANE 0.80' 2.0% ROUNDABOUT APPROACH AT 23RD AVE S CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LANDSCAPED CL CENTER ISLAND 9'-0" MOUNTABLE APRON 1.00, ROUNDABOUT AT S 317TH ST & 23RD AVE S CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 9'-0" MOUNTABLE APRON 0.50' VARIES 13'-0" TO 25'-4" TRAVELLANE VARIES PLANTER EXISTING FEDERAL WAY ROW VARIES 14'-0" TO 17'-0" TRAVEL LANE Ei VARIES ROW DEDICATION VARIES 0'-0" TO 6'-0" PLANTER 1.00, 0.50' t t VARIES .74 '9-r *RIGHT OF WAY ACQUIRED BY SOUND TRANSIT AND DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NOTES: 1. FOR APPROVAL OF CROSS SECTION DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT ONLY. NO MATERIAL SECTION APPROVAL IS INCLUDED. 2. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: STREET TREES AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESS, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. SOUND TRANSIT FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CITY OF FEDERAL WAY ROUNDABOUT AT S 317TH ST & 23RD AVE S EXHIBIT Fml 0 Lo } ry U Q 0 w rn Lo Nt N U) 0 0 N N W I cn Z O C2 w � w Q z_ J w o< oz ry C'4 �I a� U I 3'-0" 20'-0° SIDEWALK 1.5% 87'-0" ROW DEDICATION 8'-0" 1 2'-0" PARKING TRAVEL LANE 0.50' VARIES CL 1 2'-011 81-011 TRAVEL LANE PARKING 0.50' 2.0% 20'-0" SIDEWALK 1.5% I I I M'� I I I � I HANDRAIL -0 O a � 3: I 5'-0" O Q 15'-0" SHORT TERM PARKING LOT - SIDEWALK a w SIDEWALK r L 1.5% 3'-0" 3'-0" I 1.5% *RIGHT OF WAY ACQUIRED BY SOUND TRANSIT AND DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NOTES: 1. FOR APPROVAL OF CROSS SECTION DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT PROPOSED 22ND AVE S ONLY. NO MATERIAL SECTION APPROVAL IS INCLUDED. 2. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS (LOOKING SOUTH) RELATED TO STREETSCAPES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: STREET TREES AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND MATERIAL THICKNESS, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. EXHIBIT F=2_ SOUND TRANSIT PtKimewi FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CITY OF FEDERAL WAY SOUNDTRANSIT PAO&RSONS 22ND AVE S NOT TO SCALE 0 Lo } ry U Q 0 �I rn Lo Nt N U) 0 0 N N W I cn Z O w � w Q z_ a J w o< 0 N Y ry 0I a� U SoUNDTRANSIT MATCH EXISTING SIDEWALK I m s�NG E ! A 6'-5" SIDEWALK O ry Lu} 03: n J Q �w 0 w u- 10'-0" BUS LAYOVER 0.50' 4'-6" 1.5% NOT TO SCALE 12'-0" TRAVEL LANE f CL 72'-6" ROW DEDICATION 12'-0" TRAVEL LANE 10'-0" PARKING 20'-0" SIDEWALK 0.50, 3'-0" I _2.0% PROPOSED S 317TH ST (WEST OF 23RD AVE S) CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 1.5% VAR (3: 1 *RIGHT OF WAY ACQUIRED BY SOUND TRANSIT AND DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NOTES: 1. FOR APPROVAL OF CROSS SECTION DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT ONLY. NO MATERIAL SECTION APPROVAL IS INCLUDED. 2. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: STREET TREES AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESS, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. SOUND TRANSIT FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CITY OF FEDERAL WAY S 317TH ST- WEST OF 23RD AVE S EXHIBIT F=3 0 Lo } ry U Q 0 �I Lo Nt N U) CD N >N w I cn Z O w � w Q z_ a J w o< oz ry C'4 �I a� U 0 Dry w>- 03: n J � ry a W 0 w LL I 1 3'-0" V P R\ES 20'-0° SIDEWALK 1.5% 87'-0" ROW DEDICATIONS 8'-0" 1 2'-0" PARKING TRAVEL LANE 0.50' 2.0% "imili TRAVEL LANE 2.0% PROPOSED S 318TH ST (WEST OF 22ND AVE S) CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 8'-0" PARKING 0.50' 20'-0" SIDEWALK 1.5% 00� Lu O< d J a W 0 Lu LL VgR�3:1 *RIGHT OF WAY ACQUIRED BY SOUND TRANSIT AND DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NOTES: 1. FOR APPROVAL OF CROSS SECTION DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT ONLY. NO MATERIAL SECTION APPROVAL IS INCLUDED. 2. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: STREET TREES AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESS, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. SOUND TRANSIT r pK5 Kimewit FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CITY OF FEDERAL WAY $oUNDrRANSIT PAO&RSON S S 318TH ST NOT TO SCALE EXHIBIT F=4 cD 0 Q Lo N MrV-=" SouNDTRANSIT VARIES (3:1 MAX) 41 � - - . 3'-0" 20'-0" SIDEWALK 1.5% 8'-011 PARKING LANE 0.50' 87'-0" ROW DEDICATION CL 12'-0" TRAVELLANE 2.0% 12'-0" TRAVEL LANE PROPOSED S 319TH ST (WEST OF 22ND AVE S) CITY OF FEDERAL WAY t 2.0% 8'-0" PARKING LANE 0.50, 20'-0° SIDEWALK 1.5% 3.00' *RIGHT OF WAY ACQUIRED BY SOUND TRANSIT AND DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NOTES: 1. FOR APPROVAL OF CROSS SECTION DIMENSIONS AND LAYOUT ONLY. NO MATERIAL SECTION APPROVAL IS INCLUDED. 2. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: STREET TREES AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESS, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE CITY STANDARDS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. SOUND TRANSIT FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CITY OF FEDERAL WAY S 319TH ST EXHIBIT F=5 N N 0 NOT TO SCALE JUNE 2017 2 u Z+ �X/ z '11 3'� „ a 04. FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION (�'T" o'r'UT nE WAY, TYP \N s /T/lT//_777T/T/lT/TTTlT/T/lT/i'TTTT/T/lT/i'777T/T/ /T—TAT/T/lT/i77TT/T/lT/ /T/�� A WSDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY, MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP322 ccn TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION ��' ---SD--12—SID Fes, / EASEMENT, TYP 10 o oR) ON 41 1000, 10 100, CID CL S 317TH ST _/ V (S07-R51_EAST) / 1.01 / Ile Ii %_M� Y<''/� 0 --- ---- -- E ����� �/ ub --- �° M Q a� ;;Vs---- n� - -- dS — —OS ----dS � / � —M-- ° — —M— --- o ° S 317TH ST V ' ° S07-R51 EastS07-R51 _ East 124+00 ° °• ° °° I I I I -----EastS07' R1 Eas V ° �1 ° ° - ° 0 - ' W W E -6— -FO----FO----FO----FO----FO ----- -----E -----E -----E-----E—�� �III� - - - a /i l3 ---FO __- Fftft ---FO--- _E E — FO E — 00p M " CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, TYP E I I — I V CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, TYP ' �I� ' E i i co IS6 T b 1� / i � I ♦ o I / I o I TRANSITWAY LIMITS, TYP �9i►ic //5DlREc l i,q CCES % c' S cii I \k co i WSDOT sm—_ I \_ TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION C I Q RIGHT-OF-WAY RIGHT-OF-WAY dow G Now GSO — — -in — aSO NB 1379+00 LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: — — — 3 I II SB 1378+00 N -- I — —W I .,� _ aso as0 aso _ ��— Iw W— — — i WaCI ---- _ 1 78+00 II Z ' ----- — moo,� o o I; I >---- E — TRANSITWAY LIMITS, TYP I I � _ .4... _ Io ---SD domp I U now Lu N I c— I-------- --- ; -� ! ; R L f _ — — — SD- n# CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES A4 ILLUMINATION NOTES 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE 3 REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, 3 CURB RAMP FOUNDATION INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH FOUNDATION THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB SYSTEM APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 10 INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW MODIFIED FOUNDATION 8 PLANTING STRIP 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED 10 GUARDRAIL IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND 11 CONCRETE BARRIER STANDARDS. 12 ROLLED CURB 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. INo. I DATE I DSN I CHK I APP I REVISION DESIGNED BY: C. FERRIS Fl R I cl Q F v� �oF WASF\ DRAWN BY: C. LIM o -13 �r CHECKED BY: J. BAUMAN P 20105684 Q �44 , SS oNAL�� G\� APPROVED BY: C. FERRIS �tEWI�^ SUBMITTED BY: G. ORSOLINI INS DATE: PAVEMENT LEGEND: e, o CONCRETE ROADWAY ASPHALT PAVEMENT GRAVEL ROADWAY ASPHALT OVERLAY ® PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT PLAZA PAVEMENT IIIIIH GENERAL NOTES: EASEMENT, TYP a � i o / / WSDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY o ' 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. SCALE: Q Q 1 "=20' FILENAME: cir) C/) W J FW_DA-CRP307-351 z W SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - N 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-CRP307 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATIPN L15 SHEET No.: REV: PLAN S 317TH ST 548 179 2 6 z+ TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION - '�t� �-Ic f% N p Mw EASEMENT, TYP i t o0 —Ac SD---O -�M\---�--���r_ °�— �I -I-I ✓ �yIIII I — ° ,.~ II , ❑.w -wmo- 'o V 60wSw a Ihi—1 — ,♦I I lr AT-- 3-0+8Er --E---_ ✓ —— — —E- \ S()_ , LS — — — - SS 1 1c CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, TYP ----------- ---------- � L-----\ \ I ---_--- �\WALL R51-L.02 r v— r- 2 WALL R51-L.03 FO— — F 0--FO— — — — FO— — — — FO— — WALL R51-L.04 FO- — —O 8OR so — °4X FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATIONm 33' ° �X _ A--M- _ - o _ 4- us ° ° -°S 317TH ST ° ° CL S 317TH ST ° - ° ° ° o p (S07-R51_EAST) -M-- — 07-R1EaRt �- S 317TH r ^ °14 up �o ° a ST ° p ° -R51_EastS07-R51 _East 120+00�G) p _p _�= o ° 8 ° ° ° ° S07-R51_EastS07-R51East 122+00° N ° ° p ° M --O ^ ° 4 ° Gl\ Q I l� ° °°I I ° ° 7--Ln 1c, QF0r.—-----E---- ----EOo -W- �- W- -----E----—FO ——E------ J —_ —FO ° J � 8 W 2 T I Tl Q I - t- --- i -�- ------ -- ��-- _ CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, TYP W° -- -- -- ------- - - - - -- W ° I - �/ I i .I I III � _ W ° p I °- I i �I_TRANSITWAY LIMITS, TYP L I I I � I—_�___�__=��___�___ W J ° p I 84+00' g 0 0 o SB1 0 _ b.I SBII 38 +00 SB 13 1+00 _ V ° I I SIB 1380+00 V �°III 1 H D I -- - - - -- - yksD— aso I—�� o o 0 o NB 3 3 0 I I r— i- QSO — — aso - -- - 9�0 - (ISO (ISO 0S0 - - - ❑so -- - -- -- - ° ° I �o o I I N� 382 00 .1.1 NB 1381+00 - - - -- -- � I ° 0 I° h h � a 0 DESIGNED BY: C. FERRIS DRAWN BY: C. LIM CHECKED BY: J. BAUMAN APPROVED BY: No. I DATE I DSN I CHK I APP I REVISION C. FERRIS \\ > 4- TEMPORARY _ CONSTRUCTION n� EASEMENT, TYP I�I ' 19 II LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES' I I 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR I i DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL I APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE I ' REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO I i I STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO T I i STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, ---- T -- STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND I MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, I TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL I CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY I  STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE I I MODIFIED. 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR TRANSITWAY LIMITS, TYP ------�-------------- 0 Q0 RIc�,F OF WAS/, 1 F- c� � 0z 10 f�5684 Q O .x FG/STEFL� ASS/GNAL ENG �tEWI�^ SUBMITTED BY: G. ORSOLINI NB 1 80+00 TRANSITWAY LIMITS, TYP CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 3 CURB RAMP 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 8 PLANTING STRIP 10 GUARDRAIL 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 12 ROLLED CURB 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER jl I li DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY ILLUMINATION NOTES 11 i AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND # 1 n I INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON 11 I APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND EXISTING FOUNDATION STANDARDS. INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW 1 I 3 FOUNDATION �_----r 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING --__� THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR FOUNDATION DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND 8 SYSTEM I APPROVED SEPARATELY. - INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW INS DATE: 10 FOUNDATION SCALE: Q Q " 1 =20' FILENAME: U C/) c/) FW_DA-CRP307-351 W J z W SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - GENERAL NOTES: 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. PAVEMENT LEGEND: N 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-CRP308 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION L15 SHEET No.: REV: PLAN S 317TH ST 549 CONCRETE ROADWAY ASPHALT PAVEMENT GRAVEL ROADWAY ASPHALT OVERLAY ®PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT PLAZA PAVEMENT 180 2 u Z+ \,\,ton �i TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION \\\\ -- SD �i �/ — EASEMENT, TYP oo � I CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, TYP WALL R51-L.01 1 2 -ss ---- SS ---- --------------------------- 4 -- -- -----0----------------- ------------------------------------------------------------- --FO 0 FO----F - - - - FO----FO- - - - FO_ - _ _ FO- - CL S 317TH ST - - FO - E (S07-R51) I -E ---- ---- — s 0 J - SD-e- - o ° ---SD- - - - -SD---- SD--- LID SD -- SD II 10 u,—�—° � o p ° -- V — �, ° ° b14 S 317TH ST °La 4 N p II— �� ° I ° p ° 8 p ° 5� Ea 7 u p ° ° °I - - - ° � 5� Fasts ° 4 o ° 7-R o LN oo ° � C*4 o ° b, M � - — LO L o ° p a ° 00 ° N ° E— 8 E-- - ° ° I O ° o ° p - - -- G °---�--- —-- �, U WALL R51-R.01 - ° �I I L Ln J p °/ ° o ° 0 1 2 1 I J — p ° / ° 000 w II � V' � °3.0 o �In �' I � I i II I � W / ° I i I W ° ACCESS GATE 1 �I I W (n 1 �� ---- C0 SB13500 o z ° 501,�PS I S � p W 2 cn 13___ - J V _ - � _ NB 1385 00 IO in V a o 0 �0 10 I p 2 to �oso p I 6+00 ° rip ° 1 ° o °I p ° ° I ° i �I ° ° o I 41 N ° ° ° ° 2 c m = 1. \ Ode —° r -- _ _ -�•�_ L \t� � I I G — — — °--------- -- — °$ _ — — -- ° — --- --- ° XO� ° s--� s — — — - --- ---- ° S - ----- ss ° ~ °�---�- -i- ----- Ss ° t° �f-----------_-- _ --— --=--I ° ---- _ ri ° A,93,002/ oa - -� - i ° - - 1 L ° � 1 I 11 �- 4 --- ° I 0 0 ° ° (:) STORM VAULT ° p b. o b A o ° p ----------- No. I DATE I DSN I CHK I APP I REVISION DESIGNED BY: C. FERRIS F� R Ilk Q F WAS hid, F�, DRAWN BY: C.LIM �� ,-� 0 Z CD CHECKED BY: J. BAUMAN �o Q 20105684�Q S ONAL APPROVED BY: C. FERRIS �tEWI�^ SUBMITTED BY: G. ORSOLINI INS DATE: ( CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 3 CURB RAMP 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 8 PLANTING STRIP 10 GUARDRAIL 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 12 ROLLED CURB 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER # ILLUMINATION NOTES 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND SYSTEM 10 INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION PAVEMENT LEGEND: CONCRETE ROADWAY ASPHALT PAVEMENT GRAVEL ROADWAY ASPHALT OVERLAY ® PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT PLAZA PAVEMENT GENERAL NOTES: 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. SCALE: QLu Q 1 "=20' U FILENAME: co c/) W J FW_DA-CRP307-351 z W SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: RTA/CN 0009-17 REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - Mri W 1 - rjamm��vl all-m- vZo� FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. LJ 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-CRP351 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION L15 SHEET No.: REV: PLAN FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 551 181 0 M L0 M N L0 M U Q 0 LO LO N U) 0 N N D_ W I U) z o J � W Q J LJJ Q Q U U) z _o co _o N I o o U MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP351 /I gs_T -- --c — �� d ° T -3 1-_3-� '--- R1 148.5' I I _ d --E----E----_EE__ _ - E E �FE _- _ � CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, a — — / _ _ 0 TYP v_ _ 2 la ° d d -W 2 w w TRUCK APRON I + d 0j=—O�;�Qi_ -� ,ter d 4 °10 /d \ J\\ d v d ♦ 4 ° ° Wes\ ��� 44 Id ( 1� S ° 377F \ � ' I CL S 23RD AVE I °I 1 1I I da d 23R IAVEd 4 v W/ a c� �. \ a I I cab a as d v S� w v (S07-R52) I II- cn I a a v S07-R5� d 1 A �W FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION �� d �sg ,d - X) '� v��� ° d d ♦ ° +00 v �< 4.� S\ �\ I \ I dl LJ4 70 Q d d v d GENERAL NOTES: i / !! i � o \ S \\ I r v CIS — — 9X -�_ - a d v ° �w / /v / U) s"\ _ \ \ 4 �/ I A\ \ \- II ��� = 10 S� a d a d // /1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL 96 /ti aJURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS.0 ° a a 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR v ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. CL 23RD AVE S I \ (S07-R52) T - - T - \ r ��� c� - I ---- _ ° I y - a 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. I (� d\ i - T�_ 1 \ 9 w i _ ���� \ °G� i 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. 1 R-130' \ / \ �� r \ II FOR WALL DETAIL SEE W P2 SHEETS. _ GI - I \ // o \� 1 ° ' - - - - G� 5 O S S S 00 S S - �/ ,� I i / p � i d � I - -� � \ / I x 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. ��/ I / o� �, / ,� \ �� y pl ° 3 c d /3v d 2 TRUCK APRON �/ o �' a 1 _y, d v �� ♦ �� c / j�CI — ° Lc) /L° a. -EMPORARY CONSTRUCTION / c� v d EASEMENT, TYP 1 ,� / j \ .G 1-. v 4 , O/, �// d d �- �� ° 1 U,I ° Op31pX ° �� v . d � 3 c� \ / ° % / ! d A �' 4 \ C 4 k v \ S J O/ � _ " 1i I la � ,Cl v o . /� �� d, j // // d l v  / a j/i�' ' 10 d R=100' I I I �f�' v a d ° /J ,v 01 v \� 0 Lu o/O // \ d ♦ L I 3 I I v d ��►Lu R=65 // // 1 0 v v / d I -°- I IIL)p-i -la- ° v d v d d ° 4 d d d i%) / / a 1 111 L Z O / / = ° v 4 v 47 5 R-65� � o �{ I I \ // / vd /1 � � ,� � .o / i� � A d i �' 1 d I t� I A / Z . d d v � \\ �'� / �" \� d �� =25' j -' I ° \\ / / v / / / - - - - / I 1 11 as \\ d \ a - d rR'q d 6 2 // / d d 3 d d I �"� 11  v \ \ ° /I/s% CL TRANSIT CENTER '� /  L) ° BUS LOOP ° •(\v / /•�/ ' d ° i /// / \ 1 v I / I o I it d e C I / // d o I I ° qs' F/I/� (S07-R56_BUS) a d Q / cur '- - s — - - � ° d v ° LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: ° / R=5 N d ,I °ICJ A N0 4 d //a 10 ° ° �1 /'44 I / 1I IIi1 II i \v ��� v S a e� a d i i 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION �// , k I cn a I I / 10 ail i I i \ I ----- �OOp ° ° PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED j I I �c ,cJ w ,�14,d ® 30 I ° IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND ,�/ 1 I a �I R-65' o / I I ,I"'� i - G -- - G ---�1 G-- �- d a p a d °i + v; STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE v l y �I� �v 11 I i*� i i �\ ®� a ° v I , ja v; REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, �/ d ° I �� 11 i MI  \ \ d d a ° L I del_ INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND , CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, d v� d ° d I II ��SO ° d ° d LANDSCAPING STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS T---- T--- d d MATERIALS AND MATERIAL TYP ° (� d v VJJ,^� i -� ' TRANS'FTI�VAY d a , THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL a c = ° Aio I� ILA_ I ICI 13-----3 ---3-0 - LIMITS, TVP ° a i I CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH II dl 50 / I I 1�1SDT---SDaS--- a -- - APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE W d v a° �� a d / I I I jar------------------------� d ' I i I �° MODIFIED. I �"� m  I i I 1�1 - i_ j OS \I\  \ d\ 2 a d d i d /1 d I a to I I jr-I,r- r- -------------------� -------------- 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION \a v PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED I o / I o I i d I I d IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND I (n --- / I STANDARDS. mII za I 1 II I�II IIIII i (II ---WWW--------------WW----------WW - °W- 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY w W-�—�— \ �1 I I v 10 I I <, ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE I I I '� I a c REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP354 �# CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP PAVEMENT LEGEND: ILLUMINATION NOTES RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND ° 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 8 PLANTING STRIP # 8 SYSTEM CONCRETE ROADWAY�aE PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION PRELIMINARY 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 10 GUARDRAIL 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW EXISTING FOUNDATION 10 ASPHALT PAVEMENT FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT N ENGINEERING 3 CURB RAMP 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION FOUNDATION GRAVEL ROADWAY PLAZA PAVEMENT 20 10 0 20 40 NOT FOR 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 12 ROLLED CURB 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB FOUNDATION ASPHALT OVERLAY CONSTRUCTION 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER SCALE IN FEET DESIGNED BY: SCALE: DRAWING No.: C. FERRIS Qp,Z RIC/, Q J 1„=20' FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWN BY: �� �F WASti, F PK CONTRACT NUMBER L15-CRP352 , �� tic FILENAME: C. LIM �a 0- w co FW_DA-CRP352-353 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: co z CHECKED BY: �L � z � CONTRACT NONSo.: L15 J. BAUMAN �o p�20105684�Q �� SOUNDTRANSIT PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION SHEET No.: REV: 'c �� APPROVED BY: �S&G/ST G/STEM SUBMITTED BY: DATE: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: PLAN 552 No. DATE DSN CHK APP REVISION C. FERRIS G. ORSOLINI - J. KALVELAGE FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 182 2 u Z+ LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: i �I �c' r— I_----�-- ---_— 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION I�i--- /'3 --! PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED / IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL \ I I THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND �/ STANDARDS. ° d S \' r,( OAR FS 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY �� \OS� ° 5�22d �'O4�'�� m ���� CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY, TYP ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE Y- d ° 00 °�  \  I REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. _ In ��� I ��� d_I- V w �\ I II I I o o CD 10 cn Lu �- o w�° a r �� III — 1 W ° °  I I = LU ♦ d y \ S Z� ° ° �� �� ��� 87 _ Ib I o .. / II I I I M cn ^ry ♦ \ I I cn Af V  ♦ �� �\ TRANSIT d ° \ ��� �\ p I c = H LIMITS TYP d d ° rV� ° E --- --- — I cn Q 139  ° d d d �� _� T — T---- T---- T---- T---- T---- T G V I I _ O 0 a a\ / ,W, E r t N  a y — Ti��— —E_-- FRS � l -- i ♦ . c \ �\ a24x0 a d/ d a d W__ _ I'n I cn ♦ % a ° \ OS ° / ° d CL 23RD AVE S ' — W— _ _ — a ° III I CL S 320TH ST ° �� ♦ �� �' d d ° a ° d (S07-R52) ° a d a d ° I I I I (S07-R57) R=482' / ° a ♦� a a d 0 I I d \ oy n° 23RD A VE S M I N I S07-R52 26+00 ° \ � �► �� � 7 � ° d ° II I Id I d _ P LO I I uNi aT a _ ,� ♦— — E a 10 -7 — — # CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES OOp3osx 0 d oo 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER MATCHLINE: SEE DWG CRP355 I I 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK ♦ ♦ # ILLUMINATION NOTES PAVEMENT LEGEND: GENERAL NOTES: N 3 CURB RAMP INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON I I 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 1 o EXISTING FOUNDATION CONCRETE ROADWAY 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL \\ ♦ ♦ ♦ I I 1 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. co 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 3 FOUNDATION ASPHALT PAVEMENT INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 4 FOUNDATION GRAVEL ROADWAY ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. 8 PLANTING STRIP 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. SYSTEM ASPHALT OVERLAY PRELIMINARY 10 GUARDRAIL INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW N 10 FOUNDATION 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. ENGINEERING 11 CONCRETE BARRIER PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 12 ROLLED CURB FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT 20 10 0 20 40 NOT FOR 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER CONSTRUCTION PLAZA PAVEMENT SCALE IN FEET DESIGNED BY. SCALE. FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: C. FERRIS Q Pl R c/f Q J 1"=20' L15--CRP353 DRAWN BY: �� of WAS�i F P - CONTRACT NUMBER FILENAME: �� tic C. LIM o �, w J FW_DA-CRP352-353 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: CHECKED BY: A z � CONTRACT No.: ONSL15 J. BAUMAN �p QF20105684�Q �<U SOUNDTRANSIT PAVING, DRAWING AND ILLUMINATION SHEET No.: REV: T G/STEM �� APPROVED BY: �SSipNAL G SUBMITTED BY: DATE: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: PLAN 553 No. DATE DSN CHK APP REVISION C. FERRIS G. ORSOLINI - J. KALVELAGE _ _ FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 183 2 u Z+ - 1 :goOgoQ MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP352 LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: [III] o W p p d (a (I I h I 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION w _ I a I I I 1 1 / PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED 57 3 �F WIN 01� �� 1 I I apd a I p I I m ( I 1 IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND 1 p I 10 I �I I W� ( STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE I p I F�1 i I REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, • r ' ��� I I F-1 d ° d I p 1 1 i I I �o INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND / • ' ' I I IW �' B I I I I I 12 1W I io LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL III I THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL I-1 . I ITI I I 1 d a p h I I I I I II 1 CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ° I° I I 1 I I R II o 11 APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE .. w ww • I .R FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION I I I IW II v a to MODIFIED. II 3 III 1 II 111I I III II I ° I® I I W I I 1 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION # CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES I 1 I p I I I I 11 �i 1 111 PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED I- I p 1 I I I o1 i o i IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER I I I IW " I I I I� I I icn II I I I I� � � �11 I N I Iv STANDARDS. 1-- v o I I I I I I 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 1 3 �� 0� I I v, f.o 11 W II wl I ��� III I j ° I'l I 1 I I 11 I II 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY 3 CURB RAMP I I I �� I I p d d l I �I d I I i IIoI I 110 1� ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE d I I I I � I 111 REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH I � CL S 317TH ST r � p I /� S07-R51 WEST 11 d �! d p I I I �, I 1� 111 I I I II I 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB i ( - ) 1 W II II i 1 1 I M ter- I I ° o� 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP j ~ I I 11 I 1 1 11, N W d 1 I I I II III I I 8 PLANTING STRIP V I III 1 p =' 0 1 d I �0 1 11 1 111 II r1 I I I I ~ W °-1--- 10 GUARDRAIL J II'I) 10i-pr-- 11 CONCRETE BARRIER Sp_ -III — 0-� pd 10 N I I p I �o I I41 I I � 12 ROLLED CURB 0 I I I 1 � 1I II I I 1 1 W� i II i l i l 1 LO W m 11 — SS - -T- d� I I -IL -a d l 1 1 II I I 1 i� 8 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER r*� I I I I° I u_ I I ---.a I yy 1 I w cr)---E-- —E---- E- II a I I p �I 1 I I I I ;o 1 I i cn V W 1Q d° I ct I I I� I I' Ln # ILLUMINATION NOTES Z I p R=170'1 1 1 I 1 4 11 I I I J 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON = 1 d l I I 1 �'- I Ii i 1 i 1 cn EXISTING FOUNDATION V —E---- __—__ _❑---- �� I° �) 1 I I ^I" 1 11 I N o 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW a -LJ] E 1 d p d d I I� I. III j r i1 I IIi FOUNDATION I d N Icn 1 1 III W' 1I 1!1 2 I 1 I 1 b W Lu INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING ❑ �11 I p j LI p 6 I 110 1 11 TRANSITWAY LIMITS, TYP I I 1 4 FOUNDATION RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE II I 10 10 8 — 3 I I W 11 o I I I I AND SYSTEM I I 3 ►'� I 1F —� -- 10 -- 1Q -- -- -- -- -- -- —i— I — Z I I w I� J 10 INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW 11 ; 1 ,� d I I d 9 ° d ° p FOUNDATION rtR I to r ° I.v p a Ijj I I! I ° ° �1 ° d ° p ,�► i 1 i l V I� R=30' ,GI I� l y l I� 11 d o ED /° ° d A d 1 p 1 va I ° �1 I III IL I I 11 1 d c\ o ° ° p d PAVEMENT LEGEND: 1 I;;_ I d I I I m° III I p 11 d ° Id d ITi I I W,I I 1 1 � d a d d 3 d p L! CONCRETE ROADWAY I I I� �� 1 p 10 d po ►-) ° 1 19 ;, �p ° p °a \ p p d m a a 3 d ° p d I p d I n d d p p p d I \$ ASPHALT PAVEMENT I 1 d ° Ip Ac pd I III 1y�,g 1 ° II d ° d d ° 4 ap d � d  a p m I I 6, I h, I o 1 II I 122ND AVE S ° d d ° d II I I d p II I ,I GRAVEL ROADWAY ❑ ❑ ❑ I I 1F� I i1 I d o in ° p 4_ S07-R53 22+00 d° N ° I S ao p I r� I I d d N ° a CL S 318TH ST d d a ° 1 ° ' d' d 1 I zi d° (S07-R55) 3 a ASPHALT OVERLAY II,I i I o c CL 22ND AVE S p d I Q I 1 p a 1 I� — (S07-R53) � I 11 p - p PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION I ; I °r _ pM ( a — FO ° II II p d d �," ® ° 3 26' a 25' --- I II ,� d d I d IN - I R=25' - r� ��— I�'I1 Ilj I �1 aI o °a e° d R=2a'° a p I1 �o L FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT I I I 3 p R=120' p 1.::)I'Io 1�,, b II �Id d p N o ° ° a d c d° p II d �I N 4o d d ° d ° 4 � d z pl PLAZA PAVEMENT I ] d d ° 4� — — — — — — — 00 °— — cn ! I I�11 p d 3 d 3 ��� d , /� ° 10 11I1 I I1 I 11 10 2 10 ♦ Mju p /� /—= I 12 il GENERAL NOTES: I' d 3 11do IW I I1 I ° � / 1 i ' I I� d � I I I I I ° I f I I o 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL ❑ ❑ ❑ IL 1 I p° o+o I a ° 10 III 1 III gl JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. II 10 o N d p 11 I II I p 40 I I I I ° 1 1) 1 1'I I F° I 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP357 ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. N PRELIMINARY 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. ENGINEERING 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 20 10 0 20 40 NOT FOR 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. CONSTRUCTION SCALE IN FEET DESIGNED BY. SCALE. FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: C. FERRIS PA Rlc� � o � W 1"=20' L15-CRP354 DRAWN BY: \�Q �F WASiyiFF PK Q U FILENAME: CONTRACT NUMBER co 0 C. LIM o �, W J FW-DA-CRP354-359 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: co Zz CHECKED BY: � 13 20105684�0 CONTRACT No.: L15 J. BAUMAN (/ SOUNDTRANSIT PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION SHEET No.: REV: 'c FG/STEM APPROVED BY: �SS�GNAL LNG SUBMITTED BY: DATE: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: PLAN 554 No. DATE DSN CHK APP REVISION C. FERRIS G. ORSOLINI - J. KALVELAGE _ _ FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 184 MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP353 N o� o c owl 76 i1 i FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION PAVEMENT LEGEND: c c CONCRETE ROADWAY ASPHALT PAVEMENT GRAVEL ROADWAY ASPHALT OVERLAY ® PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT PLAZA PAVEMENT qqT LO M OC V r J 0 0 W W V) W Z_ J 2 C.� H Q r LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: 1 t'_"0AI0E2A I Alf%-r0 - ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR - ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE I UDP SHEETS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. ( CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 3 CURB RAMP 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 8 PLANTING STRIP 10 GUARDRAIL 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 12 ROLLED CURB 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER DESIGNED BY: C. FERRIS PA R I Clr UK5 DRAWN BY: \�OFAsi Kiewi C. LIM ���� �0Z CHECKED BY: -13 ---MONS f� 05684 J. BAUMAN GX �FG/STE��� APPROVED BY: FSS/ONAL ENG SUBMITTED BY: DATE: No. DATE DSN CHK APP REVISION C. FERRIS G. ORSOLINI - MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP358 LILLUMINATION NOTES 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND SYSTEM 10 INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION SCALE: Q Q 1 =20' U FILENAME: co c/) W J FW_DA-CRP354-359 z W SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - N PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING 20 10 0 20 40 NOT FOR SCALE IN FEET CONSTRUCTION FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-CRP355 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION L15 SHEET No.: REV: PLAN FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 555 185 N 00 0 0 i of WN MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP354 jel _! Affi, FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION a� M U r J 0 W W cn W Z_ J 2 C.� H Q LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: 1 S07-R54 10+00 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR CL 21 ST AVE S DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND (S07-R54) SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS GENERAL NOTES: PAVEMENT LEGEND: AND MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST , CONCRETE ROADWAY CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN MODIFIED. STANDARDS. ASPHALT PAVEMENT 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, GRAVEL ROADWAY DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND AND FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN SHEETS. ASPHALT OVERLAY ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. Tam PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE REVIEWED 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. rr�m PLAZA PAVEMENT 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. II '13 II IW I n CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 3 CURB RAMP 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 8 PLANTING STRIP DESIGNED BY: —Ap. %A 0 mt C. FERRIS p,l R I C/� DRAWN BY: \�Q of WAS y, FF K5 Kiewi C. LIM c/) o cf) CHECKED BY: J. BAUMAN � �05684 4:� PARSONS �� �FG/STE��� ��� APPROVED BY: ASS/0NAL ECG SUBMITTED BY: JATE: No. DATE DSN CHK APP REVISION C. FERRIS G. ORSOLINI 10 GUARDRAIL 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 12 ROLLED CURB 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER A;� ILLUMINATION NOTES SCALE: Q Q 1 "=20' U FILENAME: co c/) W J FW_DA-CRP354-359 z W SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND SYSTEM 10 INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER REFERENCE PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION PLAN FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION L15-CRP357 FACILITY ID: L15 SHEET No.: REV: 557 186 2 6 Z+ � 1 . - "i.............. Min P. FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. LO a Ln r 10 I I I v I I STORM AULT II � ■ ■ u ►�._ � Imo■ 0 0 N O co C.o LO 0 U) MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP355 -ICLS319T ST li ; I i; I , / ��\.' ; ; I II lu I(S07-R56) I a 10 C, d I 10 cn I to CL S 320TH ST cl Q I w i I nd I I (S07-R57) // Ioc I I I I I-" 2 � I I 7' 20' I41 0.5'/ Q it ; I I I II iA CD CD CD / I I I I I � I I •�! 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ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL CONCRETE ROADWAY CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 10 GUARDRAIL # ILLUMINATION NOTES JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 11 CONCRETE BARRIER EXISTING FOUNDATION 20 10 0 20 40 ASPHALT PAVEMENT 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 12 ROLLED CURB 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. GRAVEL ROADWAY FOUNDATION SCALE IN FEET 3 CURB RAMP 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. ASPHALT OVERLAY 4 FOUNDATION 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 8 PRELIMINARY PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION SYSTEM 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND ENGINEERING ® INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 10 FOUNDATION 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT 8 PLANTING STRIP NOT FOR PLAZA PAVEMENT CONSTRUCTION DESIGNED BY. SCALE. FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: C. FERRIS Q Pl R I c/f F OK.... Q J 1"=20' L15-CRP358 DRAWN BY: �� of WAs�i F U FILENAME: CONTRACT NUMBER �� ti� C. LIM C) � �? o w J FW_DA-CRP354-359 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: L15 CHECKED BY: �� � z � CONTRACT No.: J. BAUMAN �o QF20105684�Q �<U -PONS ISOUNDTRANSIT PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION SHEET No.: REV: T G/STEM �� APPROVED BY: �SSipNTe G SUBMITTED BY: JATE: FEEWED BY: DATE: DATE: PLAN 558 No. DATE DSN CHK APP REVISION C. FERRIS G. ORSOLINI AL .ALVELAGE _ _ FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION ---- 187 _— - 0 (N I I I I 0 cn I I I S 316TH ST MATCHLINE: SEE DWG L15-CRP357 GENERAL NOTES: 1. ROADWAY DESIGNS WILL ABIDE BY MOST RECENT LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS. 2. FOR POND PLANS, DETAILS, AND ACCESS ROADS, AND FOR ROADWAY DRAINAGE DETAILS SEE UDP SHEETS. 3. FOR LANDSCAPING DETAILS SEE LPP SHEETS. 4. FOR STATION DETAILS SEE ASP AND APP SHEETS. 5. FOR WALL DETAILS SEE WSP200 SHEETS. 6. FOR UTILITY RELOCATIONS SEE URP SHEETS. INo. I DATE I DSN I CHK I APP I REVISION PAVEMENT LEGEND: ep a CONCRETE ROADWAY ASPHALT PAVEMENT GRAVEL ROADWAY ASPHALT OVERLAY ® PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTORATION FARE -PAID ZONE PAVEMENT PLAZA PAVEMENT ®--as — — — —as ( CIVIL/ROADWAY NOTES 1 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER 2 CONCRETE SIDEWALK 3 CURB RAMP 4 DRIVEWAY APPROACH 5 PRECAST TRAFFIC CURB 7 CEMENT CONCRETE TRANSITION RAMP 8 PLANTING STRIP 10 GUARDRAIL 11 CONCRETE BARRIER 12 ROLLED CURB 14 CONCRETE PAD, BUS STOP AND SHELTER DESIGNED BY: _Apl%L 0 mt C. FERRIS Pl R 1 C/r DRAWN BY: \�Q �� WAS'y) 1 �C� Kiewi C. LIM o CHECKED BY: ---MONS J. BAUMAN f� � 05684 �� �FG/STER�� ��� APPROVED BY: �Ss/ONAL LNG SUBMITTED BY: DATE: C. FERRIS G. ORSOLINI - — — — SD---- SD---- SD---- SD---- W C ❑ 0 7 LE ❑ 0 # ILLUMINATION NOTES 1 INSTALL SHORTENED LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 3 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON NEW FOUNDATION 4 INSTALL SALVAGE LIGHT POLE ON EXISTING FOUNDATION 8 RETAIN/PROTECT EXISTING LIGHT POLE AND SYSTEM INSTALL NEW LIGHT POLE ON NEW 10 FOUNDATION SCALE: Q Qm — =lm 1 =20' U FILENAME: C/) c/) W J FW_DA-CRP354-359 z W SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: J. KALVELAGE - - � y T-- 1 , 1p VAJ FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION LETTER OF CONCURRENCE NOTES: 1. STREETSCAPE ITEMS ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. THIS APPROVAL DOES NOT ALTER OR CHANGE REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO STREETSCAPES OR SPACING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STREET TRESS AND LANDSCAPING, STREET LIGHTS, MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESSES, SIGNAGE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, ETC., ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APLLICABLE CITY STANDARDS UNLESS OTHERWISE MODIFIED. 2. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE DESIGNED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS. 3. DEPICTED IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE OF THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND APPROVED SEPARATELY. 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION CONTRACT NUMBER REFERENCE PAVING, GRADING AND ILLUMINATION PLAN FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION DRAWING No.: L15-CRP359 FACILITY ID: L15 SHEET No.: REV: 559 188 ATTACHMENT #2 UPDATED PAGES OF EXHIBIT D: LOC LANDSCAPING The following pages to Exhibit D of the Development Agreement have been updated in the subsequent pages: • S07-LPP307 • S07-LPP352 • S07-LPP308 • S07-LPP353 • S07-LPP351 • S07-LPP355 All other pages of Exhibit B in the Development Agreement Executed on July 25th, 2019 remain unchanged. The executed LOC letter was based on the Pre -Final PE submittal dated July 29, 2016. The updated pages are consistent with the executed LOC and have been updated based on the 60% design plan review dated December 10, 2020, reflecting the proposed design of the Federal Way Transit Center. The purpose of the original letter remains the same. 189 [[ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ]] 190 cD 0 rl- 0 o_ o_ J Q >0 LL i N U) 2 0 N >N o_ w U) z O U) Q o_ Lu w wU) —Q a00 z_ cn Y N �I rn � o a N b r SEE DWG L15-LPP323 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.07 ,,�L4" ---SL8D-- / � y C x�R) c) <1 CID i 00 GO � E I o / M / —FOi,E �� / M aS---- 77/ a ti-M----- 0s____0s___ I I — I / M-----/�/�---U) cn--nn -77 M—LIL� M—. �\ , I / SQ/R Z � I I � � I � ss+ JW V W w 1 I - I �/ S 317TH ST .6 a ol1l / x0a / o I / o —E--- E-----E---- I Lit e �3�6 c" o ,— O FO--- --FO----FO--- _ — — — — — J— F �E E --- E ---FO E---FO E--+FO=E� i Ik COMCASr HH ISjICV013 El PA \\ IIsop 00 . CO I E � 523SL1 0 ---- — PA J I I / 0 / m / E I oEl SB 1378+0 \Nsop I - c� o / !I.! _ — ----- 523SL1 LL2 78 ' I I 0 I ,/ — w —— II W PA II I ►----- - - - - - � / I L.Li/ U) SD 523SL1 _ I �� / LLJ I II I �Icv NOTES: 1. SEE DWG STD-LZN001 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR LANDSCAPE GENERAL NOTES. N PRELIMINARY 2. SEE DWG STD-LZN002 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE # CW.04F FOR LANDSCAPE GENERAL LEGEND. ENGINEERING 3. SEE DWG STD-LPNO01 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR PLANTING NOTES. 4. SEE DWG STD LPDO01-002 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR PLANTING DETAILS. 20 10 0 20 40 NOT FOR 5. SEE DWG S07-LPS501 FOR PLANT SCHEDULE. CONSTRUCTION SCALE IN FEET DESIGNED BY: WAS SCALE: DRAWING No.: PRE DRAFT RFP SUBMITTAL B. SWIFT �� � A�STo 'tip w = 20' FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION P tis W I FT M PA N Y ��c s07-LPP307 DRAWN BY. � �� �2 O CO Q FILENAME. CONTRACT NUMBER J. SHAN co m �v �� -A 2 Kiewi co zco FW-DA-LPP307-359 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: CHECKED BY: � � � ONS� LPL CONTRACT No.: S07 S. STANKEWICH 0� 20 o�ti �v SOUNDTRANSIT �� �69 2gti �\ RTA/CN 0009-17 PLANTING PLAN SHEET No.: REV: APPROVED BY: Fp FXP.051 �G SUBMITTED BY: DATE: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: No. DATE DSN CHK APP REVISION B. SWIFT QNDSCAPE P G. ORSOLINI XX/XX/XXXX J. KALVELAGE XX/XX/XXXX 12/08/2021 S 317TH ST 523SL1 PLANT TYPE QUANTITY SPECIES ABBRV SHRUBS COR KEL MAH NER NAN DOM POL MUN c� 0 rl- o_ o_ J Q >0 LL i N U) 73 0 N >N w U) z O U) ry Q w w wU) Q a00 z cn Y ry N �I o a r b NOTES: 1 2 3 4 5 0, N r ti Lc) ♦ M �a J Q � O W z� ,a = W HW c/) Q 5 2 - THU PLI SEE DWG STD-LZN001 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR LANDSCAPE GENERAL NOTES. SEE DWG STD-LZN002 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE # CW.04F FOR LANDSCAPE GENERAL LEGEND. SEE DWG STD-LPNO01 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR PLANTING NOTES. SEE DWG STD LPDO01-002 INCLUDED IN PACKAGE #CW.04F FOR PLANTING DETAILS. SEE DWG S07-LPS501 FOR PLANT SCHEDULE. DESIGNED BY: PRE DRAFT RFP SUBMITTAL B.SWIFT DRAWN BY: J. SHAN INo. I DATE I DSN I CHK 1 APP I REVISION CHECKED BY: S. 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KALVELAGE XX/XX/XXXX 580SC2 PLANT TYPE QUANTITY SPECIES ABBRV TREES COR EDD THU PLI SHRUBS MAH AQU MAH NER COR ARC SYM ALB VINE AKE QUI 580SC3 PLANT TYPE QUANTITY SPECIES ABBRV TREES COR EDD THU PLI ACE GRI MAH AQU SHORT STATURE TREES SHRUBS VINE SYM ALB LON PIL AKE QUI 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET SCALE: ill =20' FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION FILENAME: CONTRACT NUMBER FW-DA-LPP307-359 REFERENCE CONTRACT No.: RTA/CN 0009-17 LANDSCAPE DATE: PLANTING PLAN 12/08/2021 S 317TH ST PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION FCTIM► ►. S07-LPP308 FACILITY ID: S07 SHEET No.: REV: MATCHLINE: STA 1384+72.63 SEE DWG S07-LPP308 C� 0 m LO c? 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ENGINEERING 20 10 0 20 40 NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SCALE IN FEET WAS SCALE: DRAWING No.: OF FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION �PA�ST°tis �0 p SWIFT CAM PANY LLc a Q 1 - 20 CONTRACT NUMBER Sol-LPP352 T�2 Kiewi — FILENAME: U • m z U) FW-DA-LPP307-359 REFERENCE FACILITY ID: 0N sJ � SOUNDTRANSIT CONTRACT No.: S07 RTA/CN 0009-17 LANDSCAPE SHEET No.: REV: ��FQ�69FXP.051Lg\�G�\ SUBMITTED BY: DATE: REVIEWED BY: DATE: DATE: PLANTING PLAN �gNDSCAPE P G. ORSOLINI XX/XX/XXXX J. 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KALVELAGE - I - FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION PRIMARY OPERATOR/ MAINTAINER SECONDARY OPERATOR/ MAINTAINER 0 WSDOT 0 SOUND TRANSIT 0 0 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 0 20 10 0 20 40 SCALE IN FEET FEDERAL WAY LINK EXTENSION DRAWING No.: CONTRACT NUMBER L15-ONM359 PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING PLANS FACILITY ID: CIVIL L15 SHEET No.: REV: OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE PLAN FEDERAL WAY TRANSIT CENTER STATION 96 209 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: N/A ITEM #: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: PROGRESS UPDATE ON SOUND TRANSIT PROJECTS IN FEDERAL WAY POLICY QUESTION: None. COMMITTEE: Land Use and Transportation Committee MEETING DATE: March 1, 2021 CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ® Other STAFF REPORT BY: Ryan Medlen, Sound Transit Liaison DEPT: Public Works Attachments: Staff Report Options Considered: N/A MAYOR'S RECO,MMEN w. N/A MAYOR APPROVAL: N/A DIRECTOR APPROVAL: • C ritcc Council Initial/Date 1 . Male Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: N/A Grejg Baruso, Committee Chair Martin Moore, Committee Member Hoan zy Tran, Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: N/A BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 2/2020 RESOLUTION # 210 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: March 1, 2021 TO: Land Use & Transportation Committee VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: EJ Walsh, P.E., Public Works Director" Ryan Medlen, Sound Transit Liaison SUBJECT: Progress Update on Sound Transit Projects in Federal Way FINANCIAL IMPACTS: None. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Staff will present the monthly progress update on the Sound Transit projects in the City of Federal Way. Updates for this month: Federal Way Link Extension: • The Design -Build Contractor, Kiewit Infrastructure West, is continuing work to prepare for construction of an aerial guideway structure across 272na • The next phase of work contemplated in the City Center area is column construction for the aerial guideway structure. The columns will be constructed to support the aerial guideway going from I-5 along 317th before turning south at 23rd and ending in the Target parking lot. Supporting work includes relocating utilities as necessary. • Changes to the Development Agreement in support of a new Federal Way Transit Center design will be presented at the March 2nd City Council meeting for a public hearing and Pt ordinance reading. OMF South: • March 5th is the planned publication date of the OMF-South Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS). • In the summer or fall of 2021, the Sound Transit Board is expected to pick a preferred alternative. • Sound Transit presented additional information regarding the cost increase to the OMF- South at both the Federal Way sites and the Midway Landfill. o An increased project footprint from when previous cost estimates were completed is the main factor. Other changes include increased property acquisition costs, storm water improvements, and environmental mitigation in the case of the 211 March 1, 2021 Land Use and Transportation Committee Progress Update on Sound Transit Projects in Federal Way Page 2 Federal Way sites. o Key difference between the Midway Landfill site and the Federal Way sites is the cost of the site preparation to build on the landfill. Tacoma Dome Link Extension: • There are no updates since the February update presentation. 212