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The City did amend the Comprehensive Plan in 2020 (see https://arcg.is/0Dn05S0 for a map) that identified three new potential routes (2 to the south, 1 to the east). Staff is working with developers on the south side to ensure the right-of-way for those routes is set aside, and no work has occurred on the east side to date.
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Following the City’s annual Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP), here is a summary of priority locations on the horizon:
It is up to the State Legislature to set the biennial budget for WSDOT. At this time, there are no WSDOT funds identified toward any sites in Edgewood for the City’s six-year planning horizon.
Edgewood Municipal Code (EMC) Chapter 10.12 regulates parking in public right-of-way. EMC 10.12.020(D) requires the paved roadway surface to remain clear (minimum 20-foot width), 10.12.020(G) prohibits RV’s, 10.12.020(J) limits parking to 48 consecutive hours, and 10.12.020(L) requires mailboxes to be accessible from 8am to 6pm.