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210 projects found

Lair Hill Neighborhood Traffic Access Management Project

Transportation
Engineering And Design
Implementation Test Winter 2019 to Summer 2020
This nine-month pilot project reduced cut-through traffic in the Lair Hill area south of downtown, keeping regional car traffic heading east on the Ross Island Bridge on safer routes. The project limited through-traffic on narrow residential streets from Dec. 16, 2019 through Sept. 1, 2020.

Force Avenue Pump Station Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Design will continue through early 2022. Construction is tentatively scheduled to begin in the spring of 2022 and take up to a year and a half to complete.
Environmental Services is designing a project to remodel the 47-year-old Force Avenue Pump Station in North Portland. Increased pumping capacity will accommodate growth and future demands on the sewer system. Improved reliability, access, and safety will protect public health and the environment.

NE Gile Terrace Sewer Extension Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Project design continues. The construction timeline has not yet been determined.
Environmental Services is designing a project to extend the public sewer into NE Gile Terrace and provide service to properties currently served by a nonconforming sewer. The project proposes to construct 306 feet of public sewer pipe, two manholes, one cleanout, and three sewer service laterals.

Downtown Urgent Sewer Repairs Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Construction began in June 2020 and will continue through October 2021.
Environmental Services is constructing urgent repairs to 3,600 feet of 140-year-old public sewer pipes that are in very poor condition in downtown Portland. At a high risk of collapsing, the pipes require repairs to protect the public, buildings, and streets from sewage releases and flooding.