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We use federal and state grants combined with City revenue from real estate taxes and transportation fees paid by private development in the City. The use of transportation impact fees is regulated in Bothell Municipal Code.
Please see FAQs first before submitting a Customer Action Request.
Please Call 911 right away to report a damaged or malfunctioning traffic signal. For timing issues, please submit a Customer Action Request.
The City of Bothell developed criteria to determine when and where a crosswalk should be installed. These criteria are based on Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD).
Due to budget impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, only those crosswalks under specific funded capital transportation projects in the Capital Facility Plan was funded. Please refer to the Capital Facility Plan.
If you have a specific crosswalk not included in any of the listed transportation projects, please feel free to submit a Customer Action Request.
The City-funded sidewalk/walkway program has prioritized sidewalk projects, which will be constructed as funds allow. Funds for the program are limited.
We maintain a database of ranked sidewalk gap locations and pursue funding and construction per the Safe School Walk Routes (SSWR) Taskforce priorities. The ranked sidewalk list is available in the SSWR Taskforce Report.
If the sidewalk is not on the SSWR Taskforce Report, please submit a Customer Action Request through City of Bothell website.
All new private developments and City-funded projects include pedestrian ramps. In addition, City-funded capital projects include upgrades to ramps to meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance. Those projects are listed in the Capital Facilities Plan. If your neighborhood street is not among the projects listed in the plan, funding is not currently available to install pedestrian ramps in your neighborhood.
To request a stop sign, please submit a Customer Action Request. The purpose of the stop sign is to regulate traffic flow, not to calm down traffic.
Sound Transit (serves King and Snohomish Counties)206-398-5000
King County Metro (serves King County)206-553-3000
Community Transit (serves Snohomish County)425-353-7433
To request parking revisions, please submit a Customer Action Request. Requests for parking revisions on City streets are based on a function of the roadway classification and roadway width.
The City of Bothell has an annual street striping program. If you feel your street needs to be re-striped or refreshed, please submit a Customer Action Request through City of Bothell website.