• City of North Bend


  • Civil Engineering
    Landscape Architecture
North Bend, WA

North Bend City Hall

Blueline completed the civil site plans, storm drainage technical information report (TIR), design of pedestrian trails on North Bend Way and Cedar Falls Way, utility improvements, parking lot layout and design, and landscape/irrigation design for the construction of the new City Hall. The project included modifications to and replacement of two existing storm drainage ponds, landscaping, signage, pavement markings, illumination, and meandering trails. Additionally, our team provided Geotechnical Explorations & Recommendations and a Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) via subconsultants and coordinated the environmental permitting and documentation portion of the project with the City. We avoided costly construction change orders by coordinating the grading, parking lot layout, and utility designs closely with the project's Architect.

Small Town Beauty

To consolidate city departments and administrative offices that were housed in three different locations, the City of North Bend voted to build a new City Hall just east of the historic downtown area on its Municipal Campus site where the North Bend Fire Station and Public Works Building are located. The new structure will offer a customer-service oriented environment with adequate parking, updated meeting facilities, state-of-the-art security and safety features, and one-stop services for conducting City business. The design required combining facilities into one larger campus while maintaining the City’s vision statement of preserving North Bend’s natural beauty and small-town scale.