Smokey Point Blvd Corridor Project


RFP Correction:

There was a slight error in the original issued Smokey Point Blvd Corridor RFP.  In Section 6.0 - EQUITY IN PROPOSAL SELECTION the RFP incorrectly specifies a voluntary SBE Goal of 7%, this has been corrected to be a mandatory UDBE Goal of 7%. The corrected section is presented below and is also highlighted in yellow on page 3 of the corrected Smokey Point Blvd Corridor RFP.

Mandatory UDBE Goals:  A mandatory UDBE goal amount of seven percent (7%) of the Agreement is established. The consultant shall submit a UDBE Participation Plan prior to commencing work on the Agreement

Corrected Smokey Point Bvld Corridor RFP

Request for Proposal date changes due to COVID-19: 

We are postponing the pre-submittal meeting scheduled for March 31, 2020 and the submittal due date of April 9, 2020 for the Smokey Point Blvd. Corridor project due to COVID-19.

New dates for both of these will be determined at a later date. If you are interested in submitting for the project please contact the Public Works Office at 360-403-3526 to register so we can keep you informed of any new information.

Request for Proposal
Map of project

Project Name:      Smokey Point Blvd Corridor Project (P02.464.1)

Federal Aid No.:       STPUS-2691(010)

Project Location:   Smokey Point Blvd between 74th Street and 200th Street


Smokey Point Blvd between 74th Street and 200th Street, classified as a rural two-lane arterial, is located in the Smokey Point neighborhood of west Arlington.  This area is growing from a mostly residential type community to a mixed use community consistent with the City of Arlington’s Horizontal Mixed Use (HMU) zoning.  The City of Arlington has received a federal grant for the design and preliminary ROW work associated with this community project.  The goal of this project is to enhance the corridor between 174th St and 200th St to meet the needs of future growth by providing: 1) greater transportation and transit opportunities, 2) safe pedestrian and bicycle facilities, 3) improved utility services, 4) a livable and walkable corridor consistent with the HMU guidelines and the City’s complete Streets Program, and 5) to meet other needs as may be identified through community engagement.