Kenmore announces first intersection art work | Vote for your favorite design by Oct. 11

  • Thursday, September 28, 2017 10:04am
  • News

This is the fifth design up for consideration for Kenmore’s intersection art work. There are six designs to choose from. Vote for your favorite by Oct. 11. Courtesy of the City of Kenmore

The City of Kenmore is excited to announce the future site of Kenmore’s first intersection artwork.

Earlier in 2017, the city modified the intersection of 84th Avenue Northeast and Simonds Road to improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety and reduce traffic speeds.

Subsequently, there is space on the north and south sides of the intersection for artwork to be placed behind the existing curbing and edge lines along the roadway. Inglemoor High School students developed six different geometric designs for the space and need your help picking the winning design.

View the design concepts and vote for your favorite at

The survey will be open until 11:59 p.m. on Oct. 11.

The city will work with the winning artist to arrange installation of the artwork in the next few months.

More in News

Suspect spray-paints ‘Strange’ onto Panera Bread | Police blotter

The Bothell police blotter for Oct. 7 through 13.

Metro revises timeline for RapidRide bus expansion

After originally aiming to build 20 additional fast-service bus lines on high demand routes by 2040, King County Metro has changed its construction timelines and put 13 of those projects on hold.

Bothell man charged with insurance fraud

The man was charged after an investigation by the Insurance Commissioner’s Office.

Bothell, Kenmore look at preliminary budgets for next two years

Both are facing challenges with rising costs and insufficient revenues.

Across the state there are 20 cities with more than 15,000 residents that require recycling services. Of these, all but two are in King County, with the remaining two residing in Snohomish County. File photo
Recycling audit shows higher use but increased cost

Cities with embedded recycling service increase rates to cover costs of “free” service

Rape allegation against Sen. Joe Fain divides King County Council

In a recent interview, Councilmember Kathy Lambert blamed Fain’s accuser for the alleged rape. Then Lambert’s colleagues distanced themselves from her comments.

Paul Allen, shown in 2015. Courtesy of the Herald
Paul Allen dead at 65

Microsoft co-founder, developer, and philanthropist struggled with cancer for decades

Assault accusations conflict at Bothell Health Care | Police blotter

The Bothell police blotter for Oct. 2 through Oct. 4.

State Supreme Court strikes down death penalty

All nine justices found the use of capital punishment in Washington state unconstitutional and racially biased.

Most Read