Asphalt Project

You may notice a few changes taking place.  Shrubs and plants are being trimmed back surrounding the fire lane between the rectory, parish hall and religious education center.  Grass on the exterior of the north parking lot trimmed and mowed as well as the edges of the asphalt have been cleared of debris. All of this is in preparation for the asphalt overlay of the parking lot and the removal of the old asphalt and the repaving of the fire lane. 

Bid proposals were received and provided to Facilities Committee members, the Pastoral and Finance Councils to review.  At both Council meetings, Wednesday, May 26th, it was agreed to accept the bid proposal by Rainier Asphalt and Concrete.  Fr. Tuan was present at the Pastoral Council meeting and gave his approval. The project is estimated to cost between $50,000 and $60,000 depending on additional work required during construction. Working in conjunction with the Archdiocese of Seattle and Rainier Asphalt and Concrete we have a target date of 4 to 6 weeks.

The overlay and repaving project is being funded by the rebates received from the Called to Serve as Christ campaign and the Annual Catholic Appeal campaigns 2020 and 2021.  As of April 30, 2021 we had received $21,756 to apply to this project.  Rebates for this project will continue to be received as pledges to these campaigns are fulfilled.  The generosity of our parishioners is making it possible to maintain and improve our parish campus.