Current Projects

Transportation Projects

SR 105 Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements

The City of Aberdeen was awarded $364k from the Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety Program to install sidewalks and a bicycle lane between Harriman St and Grays Harbor Community College.  

Stevens Elementary Pedestrian Improvements

The City of Aberdeen was awarded $411k from Safe Routes to School Program to install sidewalks and a bicycle lane on Cushing St between Tilden to Southwest Blvd and on Farragut from Cushing St to Stevens Elementary School.  

West Aberdeen Safety Improvements

The City of Aberdeen was awarded $257k from the Federal 2018 City Safety Selections program to install stop lines in the area between Division St, Aberdeen Ave, Ash St, and Market St and make improvements to the curb ramps and crosswalks around AJ West Elementary School

Click on the following link to see other proposed projects that are planned for 2021

Transportation Benefit District 2021 Proposed Projects-Draft

Click on the following link see projects that are planned for the next 6 years.

Six Year Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP)

Sewer Projects

Pump Station 5 Rehabilitation

Pump station 5 is located at the corner of E Market St and Chicago.  This project will replace aging electrical and mechanical equipment, rehabilitate the concrete structures, and replace the undersized force main to improve capacity.

Bypass pumping connections

This project will install bypass connections between the pump stations along the Wishkah River.  Once completed, a pump station can be out of service without the need for manual collection and a reduced risk of spilling.

Sewer Pump Station Reliability Improvements Project

ABERDEEN FLOOD RELIEF PROJECTS

Aberdeen-Hoquiam Flood Protection Project (North Shore Levee & Fry Creek Pump Station)

For more information regarding flood control projects affecting the citizens of Aberdeen please visit our web page on the Washington State government website.

Community Development Block Grant

2020 Projects