The intersection of Arata Road and 238th Drive will be closed to traffic 4 am on Tuesday, May 26 until as late as Thursday night on May 28, weather permitting.
Paving that was scheduled to close the intersection of 238th Drive and Arata Road May 20 - 22 is postponed, due to expected wet weather. The work is rescheduled for May 26-28, weather permitting.
The intersection of Arata Road and 238th Drive will be closed to traffic 4 am on Wednesday, May 20 until as late as Friday night on May 22, weather permitting, due to road construction.
Sections of NW Cornelius Pass Road will be closed at night on the first three weekends in April to accommodate moves of very large industrial loads traveling to Intel’s campus in Hillsboro.
A section of NW Rock Creek Road in the rural west hills between NW Skyline Blvd. and NW Elliott Road reopened to traffic today, March 30 after being closed for twelve weeks due to a culvert failure.
Construction of improvements on NE 238th Drive between NE Arata Road and NE Oregon Street in Wood Village has been rescheduled to begin in spring 2021.
Paving on SE Lusted Road between SE 282nd Ave. and SE 302nd Ave. in rural east county is postponed at least one week due to weather.
Work by a Portland General Electric contractor will impact traffic at times on NE 238th Drive between NE Sandy Blvd. and NE Glisan Street in the City of Wood Village starting Monday, March 23.
A contractor has replaced a failed culvert that has closed NW Rock Creek Road for repairs in the rural West Hills. The road is expected to reopen by early April.
A contractor will need to close NE 238th Drive southbound only on Saturday, March 7 from 9 am to 3 pm between NE Halsey Street and NE Glisan Street for tree removal related to upcoming utility work.
The contractor has excavated to remove the failed culvert and has begun installing sections of a new larger and more durable culvert. The contractor will backfill the open trench with gravel.
County crews have built an access road and a temporary dam as the contractor prepares to begin work on Feb. 24 to remove a failed culvert and replace it with a larger, more durable one.