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SW Main-Taylor Sewer Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Project design continues. Construction is anticipated to begin in early October of 2021 and take a year to complete.
Environmental Services is designing a project to repair 10,765 feet, or two miles, of aging public sewer pipes in downtown Portland. Having provided 100 to 150 years of service, the pipes require repairs to reduce the risks of basement flooding and sewage releases to downtown buildings and streets.
Construction began in June 2021 and will take about six months to complete.
The Balch Creek Trash Rack collects sediment, large logs, and other woody debris that Balch Creek carries down from Forest Park. It is aging and needs to be replaced to help reduce the chance of future clogs, backups, and floods.

Goose Hollow Sewer Repair Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Construction began in November 2020 and will take up to a year and a half to complete.
The Goose Hollow Sewer Repair Project is repairing or replacing aging sewer pipes in the Goose Hollow and Southwest Hills Residential League neighborhoods. This project will protect the public and the environment by reducing the possibility of sewage releases to homes, businesses, and streets.

SW Terwilliger at Northgate Sewer Repair

Sewer and Stormwater
The construction schedule is uncertain at this time. It is likely not to begin before the summer of 2022.
Environmental Services will repair a sag in a 350-foot section of sewer pipe in SW Terwilliger Boulevard. The repair is located west of SW Northgate Ave (east of Powers Court and west of Castleridge Lane).