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In November 2020, the Water Bureau will mark another major Bull Run Filtration Project milestone and submit preliminary planning and pilot study results to the Oregon Health Authority as part of the compliance schedule.
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The investments we’re making in the Bull Run Treatment Projects and our water system are essential to the diverse industries and businesses powering our local economy.
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The SW Capitol Highway: Multnomah Village - West Portland project is now authorized to receive bids for construction.
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Project is the Third Portland Project Approved Under Metro Housing Bond
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City Council will consider an ordinance to seek bids for the SW Capitol Highway: Multnomah Village - West Portland project on Wednesday, October 21. The final engineering plans are under review by city staff.
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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is seeking input from businesses in the heart of St. Johns to help inform how traffic detours might look during construction.
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Bull Run Treatment Project team members are enthusiastic about the positive results they're seeing from the first year of pilot testing. These results will be submitted to the Oregon Health Authority in November and will be used to help plan, design, and build the new filtration facility.
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As part of our ongoing efforts to engage community members, we hosted an online open house from Sept. 3-17 to invite feedback on initial design ideas for the future filtration facility and pipelines.
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Trees will be cut to make way for a stormwater garden for the SW Capitol Highway: Multnomah Village - West Portland project.
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The Glisan offramp will remain closed through Wednesday, September 2.
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Figuring out a system for clean, safe water is essential for public health. The Bull Run Treatment Projects carry on our history of using proven and safe treatment to protect the health of our community.
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PGE is more than halfway done with its pole relocations while the city is finishing up engineering plans and changing its contracting approach.
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We’re evaluating potential pipe routes in east Multnomah County to connect the future filtration facility to our existing water system. We’re gathering community feedback to help identify preferred pipeline routes and will share that input with our pipe designer this fall.
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Starting Sunday, July 26, the Glisan offramp of I-405 will be temporarily closed for approximately five weeks and NW 16th Avenue will be reduced to one lane of traffic.
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The project is moving forward with some delays. This update was sent to the project e-mail list on July 15, 2020.
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What construction impacts you can expect on SW Capitol Highway.
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Water is essential for our brains and bodies to function properly and, as the COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated, it’s essential for helping prevent communicable diseases. That’s why doctors, public health officials, and city leaders are champions for our efforts to make our water supply even safer.