SPU’s Ship Canal Water Quality Project – Our March Meeting Focus

Seattle Public Utilities’ $600-million, largest-ever capital facility is underway: the Ship Canal Water Quality Project. A key hub of activity is on Ballard’s Salmon Bay waterfront — at the base of 24th Avenue NW.

Join us at the Ballard District Council March 11 meeting for a timely update on this stormwater and sewage infrastructure effort that stretches from Ballard to Wallingford.

Learn the answers to these questions and more:

  • What will the 65-foot tall pump station tower and tunnel shaft design look like?
  • What will happen with the Yankee Diner building?
  • Who is artist Christian French and what has he envisioned for the site?
  • What pedestrian and street improvements are planned?
  • When will the 24th Ave Pier open?

See the event page for more detailed information and please help spread the word to others in the community!