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Construction in Tigard Update
August 6, 2020

Pavement Management Program
Slurry sealing and Durham paving are complete. Thank you for your patience during the construction season.
Project Manager Nichole George: 503-718-2584 or

Englewood Park
A portion of Fanno Creek Trail is going to be relocated to higher ground in Englewood Park, north of Ironwood Loop. City crews will construct a new asphalt segment of trail in approximately the same location as the dirt path trail users have worn into the grassy area. Once the new trail segment is constructed, the existing trail segment will be removed and disturbed soil will be seeded. Work will begin the week of August 10th and continue for approximately three weeks. As time and conditions allow, City crews may also repair trail sections that have been damaged by tree roots farther to the south. In the winter of 2020/2021 when planting conditions are more favorable, Clean Water Services will enhance the creek’s planted areas to restore the wetland where the current trail is located. Intermittent trail closures should be expected while trucks and equipment enter and exit the work area.
Project Manager Zach Morris:

East Fork Derry Dell Creek Stabilization Project
Creek erosion has exposed a 10-inch sanitary line in the bottom of East Fork Derry Dell Creek. The project will rebuild the degraded streambed with small log and rock waterfalls, pools, and other features. These natural features, designed to calm and absorb stream energy, will stop the extreme erosion, cover and protect the sanitary line. Expect trucks to be entering and exiting out of the Grace Community Church lower parking lot on Gaarde Street just downhill of 110th Avenue. The project began in late July and is expected to last 6 to 8 weeks.
Project Manager Carla Staedter:

Tiedeman at Fanno Creek Trail
Construction is largely complete at the crosswalk on Tiedeman at the Fanno Creek Trail. Handrails are scheduled to be installed next week. Minor delays may occur during project close-out.
Project Manager Christy Zellmer:

Tigard Street at Grant Ave and Katherine St
Construction is largely complete on the crosswalks on Tigard St at Katherine St and Grant Ave. Minor delays may occur during project close-out.
Project Manager Jeff Peck:

Tualatin River Bridge
ODOT is improving the bridge over the Tualatin River on OR 99W northbound including replacing the bridge joints and installing new concrete surfaces. Drivers should expect:

  • Periodic day and nighttime lane closures on OR 99W northbound.
  • 30-day single lane closure on OR 99W northbound across the Tualatin River Bridge, leaving one lane open at a time. Travelers should expect significant traffic congestion and delays.
  • Bicyclists will travel in the lane of traffic through the work zone.
  • Detour signs will direct freight trucks to Tualatin-Sherwood Road and Roy Rogers Road to Scholls Ferry Road.

See the project website for more information:

121st Ramps
New ADA sidewalk ramps have been constructed at several intersections along 121st Ave between Walnut and Scholls Ferry. Construction is complete and no further impacts are expected.
Project Manager Nichole George: 503-718-2584 or

109th Ave between Murdock and Kable
Trillium Hill Subdivision is under construction on 109th Ave between Murdock and Kable. Expect lane closures with flagging on 109th Ave over the next few weeks as utilities are installed.
City Inspector Kenny Fisher: or 503-718-2602

79th Ave and Ashford St
New Brookside Subdivision is under construction at 79th Ave and Ashford St. Expect intermittent lane closures with flagging on 79th Ave over the next few weeks as utilities are installed, and the road is improved.
City Inspector Boris Piatski: or 971-255-7724

72nd Ave and Spruce St
Topping Subdivision is under construction at 72nd Ave and Spruce St. Expect intermittent lane closures with flagging on both 72nd Ave and Spruce St over the next few weeks as utilities are installed.
City Inspector Kenny Fisher: or 503-718-2602

River Terrace Area Construction

  • Traffic on Roy Rogers Rd has been shifted to the east side of the roadway onto the newly widened portion, and work has begun on installing a waterline and widening the west side of the road.
  • River Terrace subdivisions are under construction particularly on the east side of Roy Rogers Rd south of Scholls Ferry Rd. See for more information.
  • A contractor is building a new subdivision on the west side of 150th Ave south of Hawksridge.

There are other significant road, sewer and water projects underway or planned in the area. Visit for information and updates.

Development Engineer Joe Wisniewski:



Here are a few resources you can use to find more information:

Construction Hours
Noise from construction activities are exempt from sound limits between the hours of 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week.  Authority: Tigard Municipal Code Chapter: Nuisances Affecting Public Health, Safety and Peace, Section 6.02.450

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Did you know...
Both Hall Boulevard and Hwy 99W in Tigard are State Highways maintained by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT). Questions or issues regarding their maintenance can be directed to the ODOT District 2B Maintenance Office at 971-673-6200 or e-mail ODOT Staffer Lili D. Boicourt.

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