A weekly summary of work related to the Stark Street culvert replacement, for July 7, 2017.
Paving will close sections of two rural roads in east Multnomah County during daytime work hours on June 22-23. The work will repair sections of Lusted and Pipeline roads damaged during winter storms.
A section of the Historic Columbia River Highway in downtown Troutdale will be closed on Saturday, June 17 during a community event. The road will be closed from SE Harlow Road to Buxton Road.
A short section of SE Stark Street near Mt. Hood Community College will close from June 22 until early October to allow a contractor to replace a culvert that carries Beaver Creek under the road.
Multnomah County has introduced a new online and mobile application that allows community members to report non-emergency road maintenance issues and service requests using the web or a smartphone.
A contractor has begun paving several rural roads in east and west parts of Multnomah County. When one lane is being paved, flaggers will alternate two-way traffic in the open lane.
A section of NE Marine Drive and several other adjacent roads will be closed on Saturday and Sunday, June 3 - 4, from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. during two triathlons events.
The public is invited to attend a meeting on Tuesday, June 6 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Wood Village City Hall, 2055 NE 238th Drive about Multnomah County’s NE 238th Drive Improvement Project.
Multnomah County has reopened the upper section of Larch Mountain Road in the Columbia River Gorge for recreational access.
Improvements to SE Stark Street near Mt. Hood Community College will require a road closure, starting in June. The public can learn more at two outreach events planned on May 20.
SE Lusted Road has reopened between SE Altman Road and SE Hosner Road after repair of a large sinkhole that created a large void under the road this winter.
A section of SE Pipeline Road in rural east county between SE Altman Road and SE 302nd Avenue has reopened to traffic after a section of the road was washed out during a storm in February 2017.