Capital Projects

  1. Advertised

Northwest Washington Fairgrounds Stormwater Improvements

This project will improve water quality in Fishtrap Creek through the implementation of low impact development practices at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds and Event Center in the City of Lynden using an Ecology-funded design. The project will construct facilities to provide treatment for total suspended solids (TSS), dissolved copper, dissolved zinc, total phosphorus, and other contaminants and will also reduce excessive flows to Fishtrap Creek by increasing stormwater infiltration.

Please email Heather Sytsma to be added to the planholder list for this project.

Engineer's Estimate: $882,500

Bid Documents (Bids Due November 17, 2022)

Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Consultant Engineering Services for: Lynden Community Center Renovation

The City of Lynden is accepting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from Architect/ Engineering (A-E) firms, licensed under the laws of the State of Washington, for design services for the renovation of the Lynden Community Center located at 401 Grover Street, Lynden. 

 The intent of the project is to perform critical structural (seismic), mechanical and exterior repairs and upgrades to the City’s 11,000 square foot Community Center located at 401 Grover Street, Lynden. This facility is a former grocery store that was converted for use as a Community/Senior Center in 1991. 

Please email Heather Sytsma to be added to the consultant list for this project.

Documents (RFQ's Due November 10, 2022)

Mowing (2023-24)

This request for bids is being solicited by the City of Lynden for tenants that will lease property for the purpose of cutting and removing field grass during the 2023 and 2024 growing seasons at various City property locations including:

1.  8600 Benson Road – approximately 4.95 acres located west of the Lynden Municipal Airport
2.  Flynn Road Detention Pond Vicinity – approximately 13 acres west of Flynn Road.
3.  Heritage Park – near intersection of Vinup Road and Badger Road.

Please email Jessica King to be added to the service provider list for this project.

Documents (Due November 16, 2022)


Annual Request for Rocks, Gravel, Materials (2023)

This request for proposal is being solicited by the City of Lynden to establish a list of suppliers and firm prices for the 2023 supply of asphalt, quarry rock, gravel, soil and fractured sand for the City.

Please email Jessica King to be added to the service provider list for this project.

Documents (Due November 16, 2022)

Annual Request for Lab Analysis Services (2023)

This request for proposal is being solicited by the City of Lynden to furnish lab analysis on drinking water, wastewater, biosolids and compost.

Please email Jessica King to be added to the service provider list for this project.

Documents (Due November 16, 2022)

Annual Request for Supplies: Chemicals (2023)

This request for proposal is being solicited by the City of Lynden to furnish the following goods or services:  
1.  Chemical Hydrated Lime
2.  Liquid Aluminum Sulfate
3.  Solar Extra-Coarse Salt
4.  Fluorosilicic Acid
5. Sodium Hypochlorite

Please email Jessica King to be added to the service provider list for this project.

Documents (Due November 16, 2022)

Request for Proposals (RFP): Janitorial Services (2023)

This request for proposal is being solicited by the City of Lynden to furnish janitorial services for five City of Lynden facilities: City Hall (300 4th Street), City Hall Annex (205 4th Street), City Shop (745 E. Badger Road), Downtown Restrooms (324 Front Street), and Police Department (203 19th Street).

Please email Heather Sytsma to be added to the service provider list for this project.

NOTE: Due to multiple scheduling conflicts for the original pre-submittal meeting, a second pre-submittal meeting has been scheduled for Thursday, November 10th at 11:00 am. Attendance to a pre-submittal meeting is mandatory.

Documents (RFP's Due November 15, 2022)

  1. Current Projects
  1. Future Projects
  1. Completed Projects
  1. Six-Year Transportation Improvement Plan (2022 to 2027)

Transportation Benefit District (TBD) Funded Projects

17th Street Extension to Main Street

Overlay 1,500 feet of roadway and extend 17th Street through to Main Street. Improvements also include upgrading pedestrian ramps, sidewalks and driveways in addition to installing new water main and adding stormwater improvements.

17th Street Extension to Main Street Aerial View

7th Street Revitalization

Improve 800 feet of 7th Street between Judson and Grover Streets, including roadway and sidewalks. Additional improvements include installing a storm drain system and improving the water main. Upgrades to the 7th Street parking lot were also included with this project.

Before Construction

7th Street Revitalization Aerial View - Before

After Construction

7th Street Revitalization Aerial View - After

Foxtail Street Gap Elimination

Construct approximately 400 feet of new roadway to connect the existing portions of Foxtail Street between Eastwood Way and Bradley Meadows Lane.

Foxtail Street Gap Elimination Aerial View