Weekly Construction Update
February 22, 2018
Here is a summary of the work happening on the various construction projects affecting streets around the city. Please feel free to contact Mike McCarthy with any questions or concerns.
Commercial Street (95th to Lincoln) Sidewalk
A contractor is building a new sidewalk on Commercial Street between 95th and Lincoln. Commercial Street is closed to through vehicular traffic during construction. The street will remain open to pedestrians and local residents. Construction will begin with removal of a tree in the area of the future sidewalk.
Main Street at Commercial Street Crosswalk
A TriMet bus recently knocked over a sign with flashing lights at the crosswalk across Main Street at Commercial Street. The street crew has replaced the post and sign, and will be reinstalling the flashing lights when replacement parts are received.
Durham Square Development
A developer is constructing site improvements for two commercial buildings on the property south of Durham Road between the railroad and Fanno Creek. The sidewalk on the south side of Durham Road will be closed while the contractor reconfigures it to add the driveway.
Fanno Creek Trail (Woodard Park to Bonita and Hall Blvd to Tualatin)
Design work is in progress on a project to build the remaining segments of the Fanno Creek Trail from Woodard Park to Bonita Road and build a new connection from the end of 85th Avenue (Hall Boulevard) to the Tualatin Bridge. Technical and citizen committee meetings start February 28, and the first public open house will be March 7. Contact Mike McCarthy at 503-718-2462 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
River Terrace subdivisions are under construction particularly on the east side of Roy Rogers Rd south of Scholls Ferry Rd. If you have any questions, please contact Mike White at 503-718-2464.
Oak Street near 90th Avenue
A contractor is installing storm and sanitary sewer pipes under Oak Street near 90th Avenue for a new apartment complex along Oak Street. Daytime delays likely.
132nd Avenue south of Walnut Street
A contractor is working on 132nd Avenue for new homes on the west side of 132nd Avenue south of Walnut Street. Daytime delays likely.
Main Street Parking Signage
The street crew (when they are not responding to snow events) is updating the parking signage along Main Street and in the other 2-hour parking zones to clarify that the 2-hour parking zone is in effect.