To: Mayor, City Council
From: John J. Caulfield, City Manager
Selden family receives 2020 Larry Sanders Award
At the virtual Lakewood City Council meeting on Tuesday, Jan 19, Sally Saunders and Mayor Don Anderson presented the Larry Saunders Service Award for 2020 to the Selden Family of Lakewood. This award partners Lakewood Community Foundation Fund with the City of Lakewood to annually acknowledge exemplary dedication and service to the Lakewood community.
The Selden family service to Lakewood goes back to 1958, when Ed Selden became a Rotarian. Ed later served as president of the Lakewood Chamber. Rick Selden, Ed’s son served at the first Rotary Pancake Breakfast (1961) as a teenager. Rick joined Rotary and eventually served as the President and was bestowed Rotarian of the Year.
Sharon Seldon, married to Rick, is also active with the Rotary and its projects. Sharron served as WWEE President in 1991, LASA Volunteer of the Year in 2019, and recipient of the Junior League’s Ruth Wheeler Award in 2019.
Not be outdone by her parents, Rick and Sharon’s daughter Gayle is a past president of the Junior League, serves on the City of Lakewood Police Oral Board, and is herself a Rotary past president and Rotarian of the Year.
Ed, Gayle, Rick, Sharon, and Gayle have brightened the life and legacy of hundreds of families touched by Rotary service over the years, inspiring other hands and hearts along the way.
“We are extremely humbled and honored to receive the Larry Saunders Community Service Award. I think it is fair that we are the worker bees—being involved and trying to help others to be involved. I think Larry was that same kind of person. Leading by example, getting others involved and not afraid to roll up his sleeves and get to work.”Rick Seldon
The Larry Saunders Award comes with a $1000 grant to a non-profit organization (501c3) in Lakewood, courtesy of the Lakewood Community Foundation Fund. The Seldens have chosen West Pierce Cares to receive these funds to expand their Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) program in Lakewood. In further recognition of the Seldens, the Rotary Club of Lakewood members donated another $2300 to this cause.
The inspiration for this community service award is Larry Saunders, who served our country and the city of Lakewood with distinction After he retired from the Army he helped organize Lakewood’s initial Police Department, and served as our first chief. After returning from Iraq, where he re-joined the Army to establish a police college in Baghdad, Larry embraced Lakewood with tireless community service volunteering and helping with the Boys & Girls Club, Lions, Rotary Clubs, neighborhood associations, and the Lakewood Community Foundation Fund (LCFF). Larry unexpectedly passed away in 2016.
Previous Larry Sanders Award recipients include Diane Formosa, Lakewood Rotary, and Alan Billingsley.
Hidden Heroes 2021 – J’Nai Bridges & Garret Augustus Morgan
From Martin Luther King Jr Day throughout Black History Month (February), we are honoring local and national African American heroes, leaders and pioneers.
This week’s Hidden Heroes are J’Nai Bridges and Garrett Augustus Morgan. Please share with others and discuss the important role African Americans play in shaping our community and country
J’Nai Bridges is a mezzo-soprano known for her “rich, dark, exciting sound.” She has performed at premier opera houses across the globe, including the Metropolitan Opera in New York and the Washington National Opera.
She grew up in Lakewood, Wash., and attended Charles Wright Academy. She became interested in singing after taking choir as an elective in high school.
Bridges earned a bachelor’s degree in vocal performance from the Manhattan School of Music and a master’s degree in music from the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia.
She has received a number of prestigious artistic and musician awards, including the 2018 Sphinx Medal of Excellence Award, which recognizes extraordinary classical Black and Latinx musicians. Visit Bridges’ website for a a full list of awards she has received.
Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of Bridges’ engagements in the title role of Carmen at The Metropolitan Opera. However, you can see her sing the Habanera Aria from Carmen on YouTube.
(Sources: JNaiBridgesmezzo.com; Opera News Magazine; Photo taken by Todd Rosenberg Photography)
Garrett Augustus Morgan
Garrett Augustus Morgan was born in 1877 in Paris, Ky., during Reconstruction. He is known as an inventor, businessman and community leader.
While working at a textile factory, he studied the mechanics of the factory’s machinery and started to fix and improve mechanical problems.
Morgan demonstrated entrepreneurial prowess in 1907 when he opened his own repair shop and started a clothing business with his wife. Later, Morgan branched out to cosmetic products, started a newspaper called The Cleveland Call and opened an all-black country club.
In 1914, Morgan patented the safety hood, the predecessor to the gas mask. Morgan’s invention was well received and widely adopted by fire departments and mining crews. In total, more than 500 cities bought Morgan’s safety hood. The U.S. Navy and Army used a redesigned version of the mask during World War I to protect against poisonous gas attacks.
In 1923, Morgan patented a mechanical traffic signal and sold the design to General Electric for $40,000 dollars. Morgan also invented a zigzagging stitching device for manually-operated sewing machines.
Morgan was a member of the newly-created NAACP and supported black colleges through donations. He died in 1963 at the age of 86.
DEADLINE EXTENDED: 25th Anniversary Art Contest
UPDATE: Contest submission deadline is now February 15, 2021
The City of Lakewood will be turning 25 in 2021!
To celebrate this momentous occasion, the City will be holding a number of special events throughout the year.
We are kicking it off with the City of Lakewood’s 25th Anniversary Art Contest!
The arts have an amazing ability to create a sense of togetherness and to celebrate diversity, belonging, and community. The arts can help decrease stress and reduce loneliness, as well as provide opportunities to reflect and process experiences and feelings, to help imagine our future, and to connect us through our common humanity.
The 25th Anniversary Art Contest has two themes.
Theme #1: Unity – Local artists are asked to create a reflection of their experiences, memories, hopes, and feelings based on the theme of Unity. The theme was developed by Hank Jones of the Lakewood Youth Council.
Featured Art Pierce: Working Together by E. Anderson
Theme #2: Love Lakewood – Local artists are asked to create a reflection of what they love about Lakewood. This can be any number of things, including people, places, memories, events, traditions, food, etc.!
Artists can submit one entry per theme.
For more information on the contest including how to enter, age categories, cash prize amounts and raffles, check out: https://cityoflakewood.us/25th-anniversary-art-contest/
We look forward to seeing all of your amazing works of art.
There is no entry fee to participate in this contest.
UPDATE: Contest submission deadline is now February 15, 2021
Prizes are sponsored by TwinStar Credit Union
Watch the virtual 18th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. CommUNITY Celebration
Please enjoy the pre-recorded event featuring messages from students and community leaders, performances by Vanessa Emanuel and the Clover Park High School Choir, and a keynote by L. Denice Randle, Executive Director of Peace Community Center.
This year, the theme “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” builds off Dr. King’s influential “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” and highlights that fundamental to community is UNITY.
As we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day on January 18, 2021, we urge community members to treat the day as a day on rather than a day off.
We hope that you enjoy the virtual celebration and we look forward to when we can all celebrate the legacy of Dr. King in person as a commUNITY.
Building code changes coming February 1
In December 2020, the City Council adopted the 2018 editions of the International Code Council (ICC) Performance Code for Buildings and Facilities (see Ordinance 747 and LMC 15.05.020). These codes go into effect on February 1, 2021.
To see what changed for building codes click here.
All aboard – the Lakewood Station District Subarea Plan is moving toward adoption!
The Lakewood Station District Subarea Plan, Development Code and Planned Action are all moving toward adoption!
After as study session this past Wednesday, the Commission is scheduled to take action on a recommendation on February 3 at 6:30 pm.
It is anticipated that the City Council will begin its review on February 22 and will hold a public hearing on the Station District Subarea package on March 5 at 7:00 pm.
View background information and all the latest at www.lakewoodstation.org
The City is ready to respond to snow & ice
Whenever the first winter storm comes our City’s operations and maintenance crew will be ready for it!
The City’s arsenal of snow plowing equipment includes one ten-yard dump truck with plow and salt spreader, two five-yard dump trucks with plows and salt spreaders, two 1,000-gallon brine tanks for one of the five-yard dump trucks, one 500-gallon brine tanks for the 1-ton flatbed truck, and one 10,000-gallon brine storage tank and five trucks with plows.
The City has designated priority routes for snow and ice events (see maps). Priority Level 1 routes include the City’s main arterials, the “big” streets which are high-capacity, such as Bridgeport Way SW and Steilacoom Boulevard, to name a few. We also focus on necessary access for first responders.
In addition to plowing, the City’s crews also apply anti-icing treatments on roadways to prevent snow and ice from sticking (bonding) to the road in freezing temperatures. The City’s anti-icing treatments is a salt brine, which is a solution of sodium chloride and table salt. This type of brine is the safest and most cost-effective anti-icing product available for our needs in the Western Washington climate.
To see a video of the city’s trucks in action, click here.
Check out WSDOT’s latest blog on keeping roads open during winter here.
COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution in Washington
For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 vaccine distribution in Washington go here.
Currently, Washington state is in Phase 1B tier 1 of the Washington State Department of Health’s interim COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan. You can access the full interim plan (10/2020) here.
The vaccine is available to anyone 65 and older, and all people 50 and older who also live in a multigenerational household. This is in addition to populations eligible during phase 1A including health care workers at high risk for COVID-19 infection, first responders, people who live or work in long-term care facilities, and all other workers in health settings who are at risk of COVID-19. Learn more about who gets the vaccine and when.
As we have since the beginning of this pandemic, the City continues to follow guidance from our trusted medical experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Washington State Department of Health (DOH), and the TPCHD.
Check out the DOH’s 60-second video on how the COVID vaccines work:
Below are some links to reliable sources that provide information on the vaccine. The CDC site, in particular, has a range of information, to include detailed scientific data on the safety and efficacy of the current vaccine.
Pierce County opens Covid-19 testing station in Lakewood
Pierce County is currently using the former Department of Licensing emissions testing site in the industrial park off 112th St for drive-thru COVID-19 testing.
For the most up-to-date information on the Pierce County COVID-19 Testing Station, click here.
Location: 3003 107th St S. Lakewood, 98499 Directions
Open: Wednesday – Sunday: 10:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Closed: Mondays and Tuesdays
NOTE: This site will be closed: Dec 31.
Email: [email protected],
Services Available: Covid-19 Testing
These tests are free. Identification is not required. On-site staff can help you register. Results are available in five to seven days.
To make the process go faster, please fill out these forms in advance. Complete both forms on your device. Print and bring the forms with you to the testing site. Complete one form for each person being tested in your group.
Mobile Testing at Fort Steilacoom Park
For more information on mobile COVID-19 testing, including future testing dates at Fort Steilacoom Park, click here.
Pierce County Superior Court to participate in pilot Eviction Resolution Program
Many landlords and tenants have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently there are both federal and state mandates in place prohibiting evictions based on the nonpayment of rent. Once those mandates end, Pierce County expects a large number of eviction cases to be filed in Superior Court.
To address this anticipated increase in eviction cases, Pierce County Superior Court has established a no cost Eviction Resolution Program (ERP) which will require parties to engage in problem-solving steps before the cases come to court.
The ERP is being offered at no cost. It is funded from federal CARES Act monies.
In Pierce County, Tacoma-Pierce County Housing Justice Project and Pierce County Center for Dialogue and Resolution are providing the staffing for this program.
COVID-19 related resources:
Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery Plan
All eight (8) regions in Washington will remain in Phase 1 until at least Monday, January 25, 2021. For up-to-date information on the status of regions click here.
Eviction moratorium extended to March 31, 2021
On December 23, 2020, Governor Jay Inslee announced he will extend the eviction moratorium to March 31, 2021. More information on this extension will be coming shortly from the Governor’s Office.
Pierce County COVID-19 Relief Programs & Resources
For the latest information on Pierce County COVID-19 relief programs and resources, see here.
Care Connect Washington
Care Connect Washington is a program for people who have either tested positive for COVID-19 or been exposed and need support to isolate or quarantine at home. To learn more about Care Connection Washington, click here.
Washington State Department of Commerce – Business & Worker Update
The Business and Workers update is a weekly newsletter providing news and information to help businesses and workers navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. The information is compiled by the state Economic Resiliency Team. To read or subscribe to the newsletter, click here.
The WA Notify app is a simple, anonymous exposure notification tool to help stop the spread of COVID-19. By adding WA Notify to their smartphones, Washington residents will be alerted if they spent time near another WA Notify user who later tests positive for COVID-19. Learn more about the app here.
Washington Listens supports people affected by the stress of COVID-19
In response to COVID-19, Washington has launched Washington Listens, a support program and phone line to help people manage elevated levels of stress due to the pandemic. People who call the Washington Listens support line will speak with a support specialist and get connected to community resources in their area. The program is anonymous.
The Washington Listens support line is 1-833-681-0211. It is available from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. TTY and language access services are available by using 7-1-1 or their preferred method.
Resources and self-help tips are available on walistens.org
Changes and temporary closures coming to north and southbound I-5 in Lakewood
The state Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is rebuilding the interchanges at Thorne Lane and Berkeley Street, and adding lanes to I-5. Drivers are advised to plan extra travel time into their trips and give work crews a brake by paying attention while traveling through work zones. All work is weather dependent and may be rescheduled.
I-5 Closures near Lakewood:
Friday, Jan. 22
- Southbound I-5 exit to Thorne Lane will close from 10:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Saturday.
- Thorne Lane on-ramp to southbound I-5 will close from 10:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Saturday.
- Southbound I-5 will be reduced to a single lane from Gravelly Lake Drive in Lakewood to 41st Division Drive near JBLM from 11:59 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. Saturday.
- Northbound I-5 will be reduced to a single lane from 41st Division Drive near JBLM to Gravelly Lake Drive in Lakewood from 11:59 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. Saturday.
Saturday, Jan. 23
- Northbound I-5 will be reduced to a single lane from 41st Division Drive near JBLM to Gravelly Lake Drive in Lakewood from 11:59 p.m. to 7 a.m. Sunday.
Monday, Jan. 25
- Southbound I-5 exit to Thorne Lane will close from 9:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Tuesday.
- Gravelly Lake Drive on-ramp to southbound I-5 will close from 9:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Tuesday.
- Northbound I-5 will be reduced to a single lane from 41st Division Drive near JBLM to Gravelly Lake Drive in Lakewood from 10:30 p.m. to 3:30 a.m. Tuesday.
- Southbound I-5 will be reduced to a single lane from Gravelly Lake Drive in Lakewood to 41st Division Drive near JBLM from 11:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Tuesday, Jan. 26
- Berkeley Street on-ramp to northbound I-5 will close from 8:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Wednesday.
- One lane of southbound I-5 will close from Port of Tacoma Road to East McKinley Way from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Wednesday.
- Gravelly Lake Drive on-ramp to southbound I-5 will close from 9:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Wednesday.
- One lane of northbound I-5 from East McKinley Way to Port of Tacoma Road will close from 10:30 p.m. to 4 a.m. Wednesday.
- Northbound I-5 will be reduced to a single lane from 41st Division Drive near JBLM to Gravelly Lake Drive in Lakewood from 10:30 p.m. to 3:30 a.m. Wednesday.
- Southbound I-5 will be reduced to a single lane from Gravelly Lake Drive in Lakewood to 41st Division Drive near JBLM from 11:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Wednesday, Jan. 27
- Berkeley Street on-ramp to northbound I-5 will close from 8:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Thursday.
- One lane of southbound I-5 will close from Port of Tacoma Road to East McKinley Way from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Thursday.
- Gravelly Lake Drive on-ramp to southbound I-5 will close from 9:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Thursday.
- Northbound I-5 will be reduced to a single lane from 41st Division Drive near JBLM to Gravelly Lake Drive in Lakewood from 10:30 p.m. to 3:30 a.m. Thursday.
- Southbound I-5 will be reduced to a single lane from Gravelly Lake Drive in Lakewood to 41st Division Drive near JBLM from 11:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Thursday.
Thursday, Jan. 28
- One lane of southbound I-5 will close from Port of Tacoma Road to East McKinley Way from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Friday.
- Northbound I-5 exit to Berkeley Street will close from 9:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Friday.
- Berkeley Street on-ramp to northbound I-5 will close from 9:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Friday.
- Southbound I-5 will be reduced to a single lane from Gravelly Lake Drive in Lakewood to 41st Division Drive near JBLM from 11:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Friday.
- Northbound I-5 will be reduced to a single lane from 41st Division Drive near JBLM to Gravelly Lake Drive in Lakewood from 11:30 p.m. to 3:30 a.m. Friday.
Friday, Jan. 29
- One lane of the northbound I-5 exit to I-705 will close from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Saturday for guardrail repair.
- Northbound I-5 exit to Berkeley Street will close from 10:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. Saturday.
- Berkeley Street on-ramp to northbound I-5 will close from 10:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. Saturday.
- One lane of southbound I-5 will close from Port of Tacoma Road to East McKinley Way from 11 p.m. to 8 a.m. Saturday.
- Southbound I-5 will be reduced to a single lane from Gravelly Lake Drive in Lakewood to 41st Division Drive near JBLM from 11:59 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. Saturday.
ONYX DRIVE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT
The Onyx Drive Improvement Project is nearly complete. There are a few sidewalk repairs that will require the City’s contractor to close a lane of traffic and flag vehicles around the work. This work will occur soon. Once the US Postal Service installs the locks to the new cluster mailboxes, the City will provide keys to the affected residents. This will likely occur in January 2021.
The Onyx Drive Improvement Project rebuilt 1.55 miles of roadway from Onyx Drive from 97th Avenue to 87th Avenue and from Garnet Lane to Phillips Road. Key features of the project include:
- 12-foot travel lane in each direction.
- 8-foot-wide shared sidewalk on the south side of the road with a two-foot roadside buffer.
- 6-foot wide sidewalk on the north side of the road. Street lighting suitable for the residential setting.
- Realignment of the Onyx Drive/Phillip Road intersection. Raised crosswalks at the intersections of:
- 97th Avenue
- 78th Street
- Coral Lane
- Radar feedback signs.
- Locking cluster mailboxes.
VETERANS DRIVE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT
This project is rebuilding 1.63 miles of Veterans Drive into a two lane road with curb, gutter, sidewalk, bike/pedestrian path, streetlights, and landscaping. The project adds roundabouts to three key intersections.
In mid-December, the base lift of asphalt was poured on Veterans Drive. The contractor will be laying the final lift of asphalt in early 2021, weather permitting.
In the interim, construction work will continue on this project throughout the winter and, as a result, there will be periodic lane and/or whole section closures throughout the next few months. The contractor is making good progress on pouring sidewalks and driveways from Highland to the VA. This will continue for the next two to three weeks. In addition, landscaping and property restoration continues on the section between Gravelly Lake Drive and Highland. The detour to the VA will continue to be used during working hours while the contractor is actively working between Edgewood and the VA entrance.
While restrictions at Veterans and Gravelly Lake Drive are no longer in place fulltime, detour signage remains up in effort to reduce the level of traffic within the project’s limits. Unless the contractor is actively working in the section between Edgewood and the American Lake Veteran’s Administration Medical Center (VA), the North Lake and American Avenue detour will not be necessary.
To read more about the Veterans Drive project and see overhead shots of the project on the project website.
The contractor also continues to work on the American Lake Park parking lot. When completed, in addition to improving traffic flow through the parking lot, this project will add 6 ADA parking stalls to the lot and create a ADA walkway from the road to the park restroom. The restrooms at the park will remain closed due to this work. Parking at the park is currently limited to the boat launch area.
JBLM-NORTH ACCESS IMPROVEMENT PROJECT
In totality, this project completely rebuilds a 3.5-mile stretch of road along the Washington Blvd/North Gate Rd/Edgewood Ave corridor from the western city limit to Gravelly Lake Drive. It also will rebuild a section of Vernon Avenue between Washington Boulevard and Veterans Drive. Gravelly Lake Drive will also see two sections rebuilt, one between Washington Boulevard and Veterans Drive and the second section just east of its intersection with Veterans Drive to Nyanza Road.
The project will be split into two phases:
JBLM North Access Project – Phase 1: This phase of the project will rebuild Gravelly Lake Drive between Washington Blvd and Nyanza, a total of 0.98 miles in length.
JBLM North Access Project – Phase 2: This phase of the project, which totals 1.61 miles, will make the following improvements add curb, gutter,
sidewalks (both sides), associated storm drainage, overlay, landscaping, bike lanes, and lighting along North Gate Road, Edgewood Drive, and Washington Blvd between Edgewood and Interlaaken
Learn more about the project and various phases here.
Currently, construction has not started on this project. Phase 1 is anticipated to get started in late spring/summer of 2021.
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City Council January 19, 2020 meeting preview
The state Legislature passed a concurrent resolution extending the Governor’s emergency orders issued via Proclamation 20-28 modifying the Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA) and Public Records Act (PRA) during the COVID-19 pandemic until the end of the emergency; as a result City Hall Council Chambers will NOT be open for City Council meetings.
Residents can virtually attend City Council meetings by watching them live on the city’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/cityoflakewoodwa
Those who do not have access to YouTube can participate via Zoom by either calling by telephone: Dial +1(253) 215- 8782 and enter participant ID: 868 7263 2373.
To learn more about how to provide public comment and/or public testimony at City Council Regular Meetings, click here.
Items scheduled for the January 25, 2021 Lakewood City Council Study Session include:
- Joint City Council and Clover Park School District Board meeting
Items tentatively scheduled for the February 1, 2021 Lakewood City Council Study Session include:
- Youth Council Report
- Clover Park School District Report
- Reappointing John Mayfield and appointing Dirk Wooten to the Community Services Advisory
- Board through December 15, 2024
- Appointing Phillip Combs to serve on the Planning Commission through December 15, 2021
- Appoint Parks and Recreation Advisory Board members (tentative)
- Resolution amending mandatory sewer connections timeline
- Reports by the City Manager – Review status of the CDBG CARES Act funding
- Reports by the City Manager – Review applications for appointment to Lakewood City Council Position 5
Join a community advisory board
Do you like to give back to the community? Are you looking to get better connected to Lakewood? Have some free time you want to fill? Consider joining one of the city’s community advisory boards. Board members often have experience or expertise they can lend, can meet on a monthly basis and can commit to serving a full term, or longer.
Boards with openings:
- Landmarks and Heritage Advisory Board: Up to 5 vacancies. Open until filled.
Board and commission descriptions, meeting schedule and application form can be found online.
The City of Lakewood is currently hiring for several positions. For a full list of current job opportunities, please visit here.
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