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Environmental Services manages the Downtown-Old Town Sewer Repair Program. It is a multi-year, multi-million-dollar investment to assess the condition and capacity of the aging sewer system serving Portland's Downtown and Old Town neighborhoods and to construct the necessary repairs and upgrades.
A Local Improvement District (LID) is a way for a group of property owners to share in the cost of improving a street, building sidewalks, or installing a stormwater management system.
The City of Portland has committed $4 million for maintenance, repair, and preservation work at the Mount Tabor Reservoirs. While the three open reservoirs at Mount Tabor no longer supply drinking water, they continue to be important assets to the City of Portland.
2015 - 2025
The Portland Water Bureau is replacing reservoirs that have served the city since 1894 with a new 12.4-million gallon, seismically reinforced underground reservoir.
Engineering And Design
The Willamette River Crossing Project, which will build an earthquake-resilient water line deep under the Willamette River, is part of the Water Bureau’s commitment to preparedness. This new pipe is critical in making sure we can get water to the west side of the Willamette after an earthquake.