Transportation Improvement Board Small City Preservation Program
Dayton Transportation Benefit District Tax
The City of Dayton was successful in securing a grant to make much needed street improvements to N. Front Street between Main Street and Dayton Avenue. The project is slated to begin in early July 2016.
The N. Front Street Overlay/Water Drain Line Replacement Project will include replacing the reservoir’s drain line, installing new catch basins to improve N. Front Street’s drain system, removing and patching failed areas of N. Front Street’s pavement, constructing ADA sidewalk ramps as needed to meet code, and applying a 2” overlay to the entire street. It is anticipated that the project will be completed sometime in August 2016.
A public, community workshop where everyone will have a chance to share what we care about, what we hope to see in the future, and how to address our concerns for our region. More “Community Conversation” information.
Location: Dayton : Elementary School, 302 E Park St.
Doors will open at 5 pm with refreshments, and the workshop is from 5:30 to7:30 pm. Childcare and Spanish translation will be provided.
The two local Dayton Register Historic District property owners will provide an “Advisory Vote to the Dayton City County” regarding the future of the two districts. A Voter Forum is scheduled for Historic Preservation Update Project”.. The ballot return date/postmark date is . More information is available at (external link) – EZ view -
Wed., Feb. 24th @ 2-4 pm, the first of five open house/workshop forums in late February.The city welcomes all ideas and comments for updating policy, code and processes. More information and forum dates are listed on the project webpages (external link) – EZ view - Historic Preservation Update Project
City is Requesting for Statement of Qualifications for Architectural, Engineering and general Land Surveying Services. For more information go to http://www.daytonwa.com/inside-city-hall/city-clerk/bids-rfps