City looking for public input on waterfront safety

Mar 07, 2018
Photo by: Brandon Gustafson The city wants to hear whether Mukilteo citizens prefer extending sidewalks on the SR 525 bridge by reducing lane width, or building a separate pedestrian bridge parallel to the 525 bridge, which, in the view of this photo, would run to the right of the current bridge, over the railroad tracks.

The city of Mukilteo is seeking public input on what are important considerations when designing non-motorized access to and from the waterfront, including gathering opinion on potential options for pedestrian access improvements over the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railroad Tracks.

The city will use the public’s priorities from these survey results and select alternatives for waterfront-related improvements.

The survey should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

The city anticipates the survey will be available until March 15.

Find the survey at

Please note that this survey replaces a prior waterfront access survey that was made available Nov. 20, 2017.

That survey was closed soon after its release as new pedestrian access alternatives were identified, which are now included in this current survey.

Anyone who has questions should contact Associate Planner Karl Almgren at

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