The Bradley Street North Project, Chelan

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The Bradley Street North Project, Chelan

The City of Chelan is planning improvements to Bradley Street from Johnson Street to Gibson Street.  The proposed improvements include the construction of shared pedestrian and bicycle facilities on both sides of Bradley Street consisting of curb, gutter, and a multi-use sidewalk.  Anticipated impacts include excavations, compaction of sediments, and other ground disturbing construction activities.  The project is federally funded by the Federal Highway Administration, and managed by the Washington State Department of Transportation.

Background research revealed 18 previously recorded cultural resources and four NRHP listed properties within 1.0 miles (1.6 km) of the Project Area.  Additionally, the WISAARD predictive model places the Project Area within an area of very high risk for encountering cultural resources.  Cultural resource survey and subsurface investigations of the Bradley Street North Project resulted in no new cultural resources identified.  The proposed undertaking will result in No Historic Properties Affected, and no further archaeological investigations are recommended prior to, or during, execution of this project.

Location: Chelan County, Washington