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Weekly Construction Update
June 13, 2019
Here is a summary of the work happening on the various construction projects affecting streets around the city.  Please feel free to contact Christina Zellmer with any questions or concerns. 

Road Work Ahead
The 2019 Summer Paving Project is now underway.

  • June 17, 2019: Crack sealing work begins.
    • Signs will be placed in advance: No parking from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    • This work prevents potholes, alligator cracking, and moisture damage thus improving pavement life.
  • July 5, 2019: Slurry seal work will begin.
Details here...


Tigard High School -
Contractor working on installation of domestic water line on 92nd Ave. to serve new buildings on campus. Expect light to moderate traffic impacts along 92nd Ave. at Durham Rd. near Tigard High School.

Beef Bend Road Culvert - Washington County will be replacing a pair of failed culverts under Beef Bend Rd near SW 146th Ave. This project also includes installing a new waterline for the City of Tigard. A six-week road closure is expected during construction from 7/15/19 to 8/25/19. Beef Bend Road, between Roy Rogers and Hwy 99W, will be open to local traffic only during the closure. Beef Bend Road, between 146th Avenue and the Oak Mont Apartments entrance, will be closed to all traffic. Pedestrians with mobility needs who travel between 146th Avenue and the Oak Mont Apartment entrance will need to contact Washington County for an escort during construction. See https://www.co.washington.or.us/LUT/TransportationProjects/beefbendculvert.cfm?page=About for more information.

Pavement Repair - City crews are out saw cutting and paving on Bull Mountain and in city central. This is in preparation for slurry seal this summer.

Bull Mountain Road - Washington County is adding a 5-foot sidewalk on the east side of Bull Mountain Road, between Nemarnik Drive and 155th Terrace, and on the north side of Bull Mountain Road, between 155th Terrace and Grandview Lane. Anticipated completion date is July 15. Traffic will be reduced to one lane intermittently, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. See https://www.wc-roads.com/ for more information.

Beef Bend east of Roy Rogers Road - Construction is ongoing on the sewer line being installed on Beef Bend Road. Beef Bend Road has been reopened but may have flagged lane closures during the day while the crews clean up. Repaving occurring now through early June, weather depending. Look for road closures and detours. Visit www.getusthere.org for more information.

OR 99W Sidewalk Project: SW Royalty Parkway to SW Durham Road - ODOT, in partnership with King City, plans to construct new sidewalk on OR 99W (Pacific Highway) and on SW Royalty Parkway. Work has begun and is expected to continue through July. During construction, road users should expect daytime and nighttime work. There will be single-lane and shoulder closures on OR 99W and on Royalty Parkway as well as short-term sidewalk closures, with ADA-approved pedestrian detours. Nearby residents may hear intermittent nighttime noise. More information can be found on the project website at https://www.oregon.gov/odot/projects/pages/project-details.aspx?project=18807

Cook Park Sewer Line - A portion of Clean Water Services’ West Durham Basin Improvement Program has started at Cook Park. The project is replacing aging sewer interceptor pipes that help control water flow with larger, more resilient pipes to improve wastewater capacity. Work is on hold for the summer and will begin again in the fall. Work began near the wastewater plant and progresses westwardMore info is on the CWS website: http://www.cleanwaterservices.org/about-us/projects/west-durham-basin-improvement-program/

Fanno Creek Trail – Woodard Park to Tiedeman Ave - The new bridge and trail connecting the Fanno Creek Trail straight from Woodard Park across the creek to the existing crosswalk on Tiedeman Avenue is now open.  This project completed a missing link of the Fanno Creek Greenway Trail, provided an ADA accessible route where it did not exist before, increased trail safety by lining the trail up with a safe crosswalk, and provided a very clear definition of the regional trail route at Tiedeman Avenue. Most of the project was paid for with a generous $800,000 grant from Metro. Upcoming projects in this location include safety changes at the crosswalk, adding refuge islands and more visible lighting.  As soon as a long enough stretch of rain free weather happens, a new mural will also be painted on the retaining wall and bridge foundation to add character to the trail and to help discourage graffiti.

River Terrace Area Construction

  • 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 Khoi Le at 503-718-2440.
  • A new sewer line is being installed along Clementine Street, out to Roy Rogers Rd and will impact Clementine Street, a section of Pumpkin Valley Terrace, and Sabrina Ave. Expect some delays while work is in the roadway.
  • A contractor is building a new subdivision on the west side of 150th Ave south of Hawksridge.  Utility work (with traffic delays) is in progress in 150th Ave. 
  • There are other significant road, sewer and water projects underway or planned in the area. Visit GetUsThere.org for information and updates.

Hwy 217 Auxiliary Lanes - The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) is designing a project to add an auxiliary third lane on Hwy 217 southbound from Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy to Hwy 99W, and Hwy 217 northbound from Hwy 99W to Scholls Ferry Rd.  More information is on the project website at hwy217.org. 

SW 150th Ave – Stonegate Subdivision  A developer is constructing a subdivision just south of Bull Mtn. Rd. on SW 150th Ave. It requires water and road work with flagging in SW 150th which is a Washington County Road. 

69th Avenue - Hampton Inn - A Hampton Inn is being constructed on 69th Avenue at Clinton Street. 69th Avenue is closed to traffic from SW Baylor Street to SW Clinton Street.

Oak Street near 90th Avenue - A contractor is working on Oak Street near 90th Avenue for a new apartment complex. Daytime delays likely.

Tiedeman Avenue and Tigard Street - A developer is building a new subdivision on Tigard Street east of Tiedeman Avenue. The contractor is installing storm line in Tigard Street between Tiedeman and Katherine streets. Expect delays on Tigard Street. 

68th Parkway south of Hwy 99W - A developer is building a new self-storage facility on the west side of 68th Parkway south of Highway 99W. Sidewalk improvements along 68th Parkway will begin soon. Some delays possible.

SW 150th Ave south of Hawk Ridge Drive - A developer is building a 180-lot subdivision on SW 150th Ave south of Hawk Ridge Drive. No impacts to traffic expected.

72nd Avenue between Clinton St and Baylor St - A developer is building a new 37-unit apartment building on the east side of 72nd Ave between Clinton St and Baylor St.  Building foundation and concrete piles finished. Expect light to moderate traffic impacts on 72nd Ave. between SW Clinton and SW Baylor as site work continues.

Hunziker Road – Fields Apartments - A developer is building apartments on Hunziker Rd and improvements include widening Hunziker Rd.  

Atlanta Street – Tigard Storage - A sanitary line is being installed at the Tigard Storage on Atlanta Street. Possible light traffic impacts on Atlanta Street.

114th Place - A new subdivision is being installed on 114th Place north of North Dakota Street. Contractor is constructing street improvements on North Dakota Street. Only one travel lane will be open this week. 

School Construction - Construction continues on Templeton Elementary School and on the new Durham Center education services building near Durham Elementary School. 

 


Learn more about the city’s slurry seal project 
Watch this video to learn more about how the slurry seal process keeps the city’s streets safe and saves residents money.  Summer paving projects are underway.

 


Construction Hours
Noise from construction activities are exempt from sound limits between the hours of 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week.  Authority: Tigard Municipal Code Chapter: Nuisances Affecting Public Health, Safety and Peace, Section 6.02.450


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Stormwater Master Plan Story Map
Learn about impacts to our streams and the Tualatin River.

Active Permits
Tigard Active Permits 
Provides information about development and construction projects.

Did you know...
Both Hall Boulevard and Hwy 99W in Tigard are State Highways maintained by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT). Questions or issues regarding their maintenance can be directed to the ODOT District 2B Maintenance Office at 971-673-6200 or e-mail ODOT Staffer Lili D. Boicourt.


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