The Sellwood Bridge will be closed to motor vehicle traffic from 6 am on Thursday, July 14 until 6 am on Monday, July 18 for construction work. Two lanes are closed north of the bridge July 11-22.
Several ramps on the east side of the Morrison Bridge will be closed from 10 pm to 5 am on Wednesday and Thursday, June 15 - 16 during ODOT work on the ramps.
The Burnside Bridge will close to motor vehicle and river traffic on Saturday, June 11 from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. for the Portland Rose Festival’s Grand Floral Parade.
Closures of the Hawthorne (on May 21-22) and Sellwood (on May 20-21) bridges are scheduled this week for repairs and construction.
Closures of the Hawthorne and Sellwood bridges are scheduled the third weekend in May for repairs and construction.
The outside eastbound lane of the Broadway Bridge will be closed to traffic on Sunday, April 17 from 7:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. during the Race for the Roses running event.
The Sellwood Bridge will be closed to motor vehicle traffic from April 16 to no later than 6 am on April 18 for construction work. River user restrictions are planned April 18 – 22.
The Broadway Bridge will reopen with four lanes of traffic on Monday, April 11 after a three-week closure to remove scaffolding from a painting project. The bridge is scheduled to reopen by 12:01 am.
The Sellwood Bridge will be closed to motor vehicle traffic from 7 am on Saturday, April 16 to no later than 6 am on Monday, April 18 for construction. It will be open to bicyclists and pedestrians.
Multnomah County bridge workers have begun repairs to the north sidewalk and railing of the Hawthorne Bridge that were damaged by a recent hit and run crash. Repairs will be completed in March.
The Morrison Bridge will be closed to motor vehicle traffic on Sunday, March 20 from 7 a.m. until as late as 7 p.m. during an inspection and maintenance work on the lift span deck.
The first custom mobile and web-based application developed by Multnomah County lets the public know if the county's four Willamette River drawbridges are up or down.