City of Bothell to host open house Wednesday

The City of Bothell is hosting an open house to discuss the Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Lytle House.

This is residents' opportunity to talk with city staff, get updates on current projects and have their voice heard. The city welcomes suggestions on projects to be added to the plan.

The CFP process establishes a systematic means to identify and finance both vitally needed and community desired capital infrastructure. The CFPPC's primary responsibility is to evaluate and strategically prioritize the city’s capital needs for the seven-year period of 2015-2021, as well as to provide the city council with a recommendation for funding allocation.

More information and project request forms can be found at

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