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Project design is complete. Construction is now anticipated to begin in June or July 2021 and finish in September or October 2023.
Environmental Services is designing a project that will install and upsize public sewer pipes, as well as construct green street planters within the Buckman and Kerns neighborhoods. These improvements will increase sewer capacity, relieve sewer backups, and reduce street flooding.

N Ida Avenue Paving: Lombard Street to Smith Street

Transportation
Engineering And Design
Summer 2021
N Ida Ave: Lombard to Smith is a Fixing Our Streets paving project that will resurface N Ida Avenue between N Lombard Street and N Smith Street. The project will also upgrade ADA ramps, improve crossings, and complete a small section of sidewalk infill.

NE 138th Place Paving: Halsey Street to Sacramento Street

Transportation
Engineering And Design
Summer 2021
NE 138th Place Paving: Halsey Street to Sacramento Street is a Fixing Our Streets paving project that will resurface NE 138th between Halsey and Sacramento. The project will also include ADA ramp and crossing improvements.
Summer 2021
SW Bertha Boulevard Paving: Vermont Street to Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway is a Fixing Our Streets paving project that will resurface SW Bertha Boulevard between SW Vermont Street and Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway. The project will also include traffic calming elements and ADA ramp improvements.

Arbor Lodge–Kenton Sewer Project

Sewer And Stormwater
Active
Construction began in August 2020 and the entire project will take about a year to complete.
Environmental Services is constructing a project in the Arbor Lodge-Kenton Neighborhood area to repair over two miles of public sewer pipe. Having provided over 85 years of service on average, the pipes require repairs to maintain reliable sewer service and protect public health and the environment.
Construction: Spring-Fall 2023
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will be improving several local streets in the Division-Midway area by paving gravel streets, adding sidewalks or walkways, or a combination. Funding comes from the Local Transportation Infrastructure Charge (LTIC) and other sources.

Sewer Monitor Box Project

Sewer And Stormwater
Active
Sewer Monitor Box improvements are expected to begin in summer 2021 and will continue through spring 2022. More detailed schedule information will be provided for each location as it becomes available.
Environmental Services is designing a project to install and update sewer monitor boxes throughout Portland. The boxes contain equipment that collect sewer levels and flow rates needed to maintain reliable sewer service and prevent sewage releases into buildings, streets, and waterways.

N Suttle Road LID

Transportation
Engineering And Design
Railroad track construction pending in January 2021 with street construction to follow in Summer 2021
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) and the Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) are constructing street, sidewalk, stormwater and sanitary sewer improvements on N Suttle Road.
Please visit the SW Capitol Highway: Multnomah Village to West Portland project webpage for construction schedule information.
The SW Capitol Highway: Multnomah Village to West Portland project will provide sidewalks, bike lanes, stormwater management facilities, and water system upgrades along SW Capitol Highway between SW Garden Home and SW Taylors Ferry Roads.
Construction is scheduled to start March 22nd, 2021 and will take about one month to complete.
In partnership with property owners and residents, BES is working on a range of investments that will help improve stormwater management in the Basin 3 & Tryon Headwaters area to slow stormwater, reduce flooding, and improve water quality as it discharges to the local Spring Creek and Tryon Creek.

SE 3rd Avenue Sewer Project

Sewer And Stormwater
Active
Construction is anticipated to begin in April 2021 and will be completed within five months.
Environmental Services will begin construction soon on a project that will repair 600 feet of sewer pipes on SE 3rd Avenue between SE Alder and SE Yamhill streets. These improvements will protect the public and the environment by reducing the possibility of sewage releases to properties and streets.