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City of Issaquah - Rainier Boulevard Street LID Improvement Project

Publication number Date Published
09-10-024March 2009
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Author(s) Emily Morris
Description The Rainier Boulevard Street Improvement Project used low impact development (LID) in a road reconstruction and sidewalk improvement project in Issaquah. The project is located in downtown Issaquah, on Rainier Boulevard between the bridge over East Fork Issaquah Creek and Dogwood Street. It is one of the largest regional projects to use pervious asphalt on a city arterial street.
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Keywords water quality story, water quality, stormwater, low impact development, grant
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