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Irving Park Stormwater Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Major construction is complete.
Environmental Services and Portland Parks & Recreation collaborated on a project to build nature patches and rain gardens to manage stormwater in Irving Park. The project will help prevent nearby flooding, sewer basement backups, and sewage overflows into the Willamette River during storms.

North River Sewer Repair Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Construction is expected to start September 2024 and take about 6 months to complete.
Environmental Services is designing a project to replace deteriorating sewer pipe under North River Street between Albina and Interstate avenues. Taking these actions now reduce the possibility of costly breaks, leaks, blockages and sewage releases to buildings, streets, streams, and rivers.

NE MLK and Russell Sewer Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Construction is expected to start in August 2024 and take up to four months to complete.
Environmental Services is designing a project to upsize 583 feet of sewer pipe, replace 20 public sewer connections to private property, and add three new maintenance holes in the Eliot neighborhood. These improvements will reduce the possibility of sewage releases to buildings and streets.

N Gantenbein Avenue Sewer Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Design work is underway, and construction is anticipated to begin in Fall 2024.
Environmental Services is designing a project to replace the main sewer line on N Gantenbein Avenue. Sections of the pipe are over 120 years old and in deteriorating condition. This project will reduce the risks of basement sewer backups, flooding, and emergency repairs in the future.

Beech Trunk Sewer Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Construction is expected to start in mid-July, 2024
Environmental Services is designing a project to repair large-diameter trunk sewer pipes near Interstate-5 and N Interstate Ave. This project will reduce the risks of basement sewer backups, flooding, and emergency repairs in the future.