Tulalip Water Pipeline Project

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Construction activities in Everett are schedule to begin in the fall of 2014. For more information regarding locations and timing click here.


The Tulalip Water Pipeline connects the City of Everett water supply to the Tulalip Reservation. The new pipeline will bring water from the Hewitt Avenue Trestle in Everett to the gateway at 88th Street, Tulalip, Washington. The pipeline can carry 36 million gallons of water per day or the equivalent to 25 fire hydrants being opened all at the same time. The pipeline consists of 48 inch, 36 inch, and 30 inch diameter pipelines approximately 8 miles long. It is estimated that the Water Pipeline will supply water for 100 years for the Tulalip Tribal members. Water may also be used for non-drinking purposes to support fisheries on Tulalip Reservation.

Bidding Opportunities

Bidding opportunities for this project will be posted on the Quil Ceda Village Contracts & Procurement Current Projects page.


Quil Ceda Village Current Projects

City of Everett Project website.


The main point of contact for this project is:
Debrah Bray
8802 27th Avenue NE
Tulalip, WA 98271