Barton Pump Station upgrade plans. Please download the PDF file below for a larger version.
Pre-construction meeting set for Barton Pump Station Upgrade: May 30
King County press release
Join us for a Pre-construction Community Meeting!
Construction will begin in early summer to upgrade the Barton Pump Station, increasing capacity and efficiency to accommodate West Seattle’s growing population and ensure the pump station’s safe and reliable operation.
Wednesday, May 30, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Fauntleroy Church, Fellowship Hall
9140 California Ave SW
At the meeting you will learn about:
• Anticipated construction schedule
• Impacts on the Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal
• How we will work with the community during construction
• Pump station design and site restoration
King County protects public health and the environment by conveying and treating the region's wastewater. The Barton Street Pump Station is 50 years old. King County must upgrade the facility to accomodate West Seattle's growing population and ensure its safe and reliable operation for the next 50 years.
The pump station is an underground facility located next to the Fauntleroy ferry landing at 9005 Fauntleroy Way, SW. The pump station pumps wastewater to the Murray Avenue Pump Station which then pump flows to the county's regional treatment plant at West Point in Seattle.
For more information, special accommodations, or questions, contact: Kristine Cramer 206-263-3184, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more, visit the project website.