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Neighborhood Meeting March 2014
March 20, 2014
On March 20, 2014 the City of Sequim and Lydig Construction held a neighborhood meeting to inform the community of the demolition and construction plans for the new Civic Center. 

Early in April, Lydig Construction will secure the perimeter of the site with fencing. The fencing will remain for the duration of project construction. Residents can expect some sidewalk restrictions along Sequim Avenue, and portions of the sidewalk will be closed at times.

Abatement (the removal of asbestos) and demolition will begin first with the duplex at 171 N. Spruce Avenue, followed by the City Hall building at 152 W. Cedar St., and then the Serenity House Buildings along Sequim Avenue. There may be some traffic restrictions during the Serenity House buildings demolition. 

Removal of the buildings will be followed by work to move the utilities underground.
Cedar Street is expected to remain open during construction, although it will be restricted to one lane at times. 

For the duration of the project the Clallam and Jefferson County bus stop will move from W. Cedar St. to 2nd Avenue between Cedar and Spruce Street. 

View the presentation from the meeting.

Members of the community are asked to keep in mind that the schedule will change as designs are finalized.
 
Lydig Construction and the City will hold monthly neighborhood meetings to keep the community informed. The City website will post weekly updates on what is happening once the project begins. Please contact City Engineer David Garlington at (360) 683-4908 or with questions.