Public Works Projects

For a look at all the projects currently out to bid, please visit our Bids and RFP page. 

Questions on any current or past bids can be asked at publicworks@cityofsitka.org or by calling the Public Works department at 907-747-1804

 

#1 Legislative Priority for City and Borough of Sitka

 

Critical Secondary Water Supply

Project Description: 

Project description: CBS needs a reliable, safe source of drinking water to serve to the public for when the Blue Lake penstock is down for maintenance, or for when there is high turbidity in the Blue Lake raw water. This project will design and construct a water intake in Sawmill Creek and a filtration plant at Gary Paxton Industrial Park to meet these needs.

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Project Overview:

The following is the link of the overall project information that was presented to the assembly and the public.

 

FAQ Critical Secondary Water

 

Documents:

Cost Estimate Update, September 2019

Sawmill Creek intake Memo, July 2019

Backwash Disposal Memo, July 2019

Dedicated Water Supply Report, January 2018

Filtration Evaluation for Critical Secondary Water Source, April 2019

Summary of Design Considerations

ADEC Compliance Order by Consent Determination, May 2019

 

 

Sitka Police Station Study

Project Description: 

The Sitka Police Station Planning Study, completed August 2019, is an initial planning and programming study that takes a preliminary look at the spatial needs for a new police station and jail, based on the Sitka Police Station’s existing operations and the standard sizes of the spaces required to perform those operational activities.  The study is intended to provide a comprehensive go-to document that captures the efforts, investigations and known project information to-date.  Design of the facility will be implemented at a future time where its final size and amenities will be determined along with its location, based on future funding and the other ‘next steps’ listed in the attached study.

 

Documents:

Final Police Station Study