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Update

Feb. 2, 2017

History
Starting in late November 2015, movement was detected in the Parcel 9 hillside (see map of the approximate location).

With safety as the top priority, immediate mitigation measures were taken to address the movement, including removing dirt from the site and installing dewatering wells. 
All construction activities have stopped, except for work to monitor the site regularly, ensure safety, manage stormwater and collect data to determine next steps.

What’s Next
Here's a tentative timeline for Parcels 7, 8 and 9 moving forward:

Spring/Summer 2017 

Infrastructure repairs
Permanent repairs will be made to Shangri-La Way Northwest, as well as utility lines.

Parcels 7 and 8 
Potential construction of homes. See an update on a Closed Record Public Hearing scheduled for Feb. 6.

Parcel 9 
The property owner is hopeful that their stabilization efforts, following City review, will lead to their ability to move forward with a development review process.  



Frequently Asked Questions
Our FAQs include some of the most common questions that we have received from Talus residents. 

If you have further questions, please 
email us.


Where can I find some of the most-requested documents related to Parcels 7, 8 and 9?
View the City's Active Projects webpage

Could stormwater undermine the road in this current "temporary" condition? 
Stormwater facilities — both permanent and temporary — have been constructed, and inspectors are examining these facilities to ensure they are performing as planned and permitted.

Was the City monitoring the site work before this happened? 
Like all private development projects, regular inspection occurred on Parcel 9.

How do I share information and concerns with the City?
  • If you see something that you believe needs urgent attention, call 911. Dispatchers will work with you to determine the appropriate response (For example: public works, Eastside Fire & Rescue or the contractor).
  • If you see something that you believe needs to be repaired or evaluated — but it does not appear to need immediate attention — please Report a Concern. Each request is routed to the appropriate department and staff member for a response.
  • If you have a question, please email us.

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