Thursday, October 31 2019
Hello FRC Families,
As you know, we’ve been experiencing some changes to our
parking lot recently as Sound Transit continues their work on the light rail
project. In the coming weeks, you’ll see
some additional changes to prepare for the extension of parking area. Our building and access to our parking lot
will remain open throughout these changes.
However, the point of access to the lot will change as the construction
crews work on different parts of the lot.
Here is the current schedule that you can anticipate:
Starting Thursday, October 31st, Access to our main
parking lot will available from the South Driveway. (This is the newly paved driveway closest to
our front doors.) The North Driveway
will be closed to commence work in this area.
South Driveway access will be maintained from 134th Ave NE onto NE
Spring Blvd. This point of access will
be maintained starting from Thursday, October 31st, until a weekend closure on
Friday, November 8th, at 6:00 PM.
On Friday, November 8, at 6:00 PM, All access to our main
parking lot will be from NE 20th Street onto 136th Place NE. Visitors will use the temporarily reopened
North Driveway for that weekend. This
weekend closure of NE Spring Blvd will last through Monday, November 11th. After the weekend closure, access will
revert back to using the South Driveway, and access will be maintained from
134th Ave NE onto NE Spring Blvd for about 3 weeks. Crews will resume activities on the North
Driveway during this time.
Starting as early as Monday, December 2nd, until the end
of the year, All access will be from NE 20th Street onto 136th Place NE.
We greatly appreciate your patience as these new phases
of the construction continue! We
understand the inconvenience that this presents in the short term, but we are
thankful for the progress towards regaining some much-needed space in our
parking lot. Please do not hesitate to
ask if you have any questions!
For more information, you may direct roadway and
construction questions to:
Community Outreach Specialist, East Corridor
Communications Sound Transit
Posted by PNB School