This project will be completed Spring 2017. Sections of 172nd Avenue, Stark Street, Orient Drive and Sauvie Island Road will be repaired and resurfaced.
This project was completed Summer 2017. It included replacing 3 school signs for Pleasant Valley School on Richey Road and Foster Road.
Completed Summer 2015. Two crosswalks with flashing beacons were installed to improve safety along Halsey Street, west of Wood Village Boulevard and east of 213th Avenue.
Completed in Fall 2015. Sections of Marine Drive, 223rd Avenue and Glisan Street were resurfaced.
Completed 2014. A project to extend Wood Village Boulevard between NE Halsey St. and NE Arata Road on the boundary between the cities of Fairview and Wood Village.
Completed 2013. A Multnomah County street improvement project on NE Halsey Street in Wood Village made improvements between NE Birch Avenue and NE 244th Avenue
Completed 2012. A contractor hired by Multnomah County repaired a landslide above N.W. Newberry Road near U.S. Highway 30 in December 2012
Completed 2010. A recent partnership between Multnomah County and the City of Fairview has led to a new sidewalk and pedestrian crossing that improves safety near a busy middle school.
Completed 2010. Multnomah County has replaced the Union Pacific railroad bridge over NE 223rd Ave. in Fairview, and widened NE 223rd between NE Sandy Blvd. and Bridge Street.
Completed 2010. New sidewalks have come to a section of NE Halsey Street in Wood Village, thanks to funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009.
Completed 2010. New sidewalks have come to a section of SE Stark St. near Mount Hood Community College, thanks to funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Completed 2008. An intersection improvement project at NE 223rd Avenue and NE Sandy Blvd. in Fairview was completed in November 2008.
Completed 2008. A short section of SE 282nd Avenue north of SE Stone Road in rural East Multnomah County was closed to traffic for construction of a new bridge.
Crosswalks and safety improvements near Troutdale and Sweetbriar Elementary Schools.