Environmental Services is designing a project to replace an outfall pipe that carries stormwater runoff from 24 acres in southwest Portland and from portions of Interstate 5. The 36-inch concrete pipe collects runoff near SW 35th Drive close to Barbur Boulevard and the freeway and discharges stormwater to Falling Creek, a Tryon Creek tributary.
Over the years, erosion has undercut the pipe where it drains to the creek. This project will replace the outfall pipe, stabilize slopes around and below the pipe, and replant the area with native vegetation.
This project is scheduled for construction starting the third week of August 2014 and will likely last for several weeks.
Much of the work on this project will take place down near Tryon Creek, off of the road. However, it will take several days for work crews to transport materials down to the creek and do some minor repair work up on the street. During those days, flaggers will be present to help drivers negotiate lane closures. Drivers can expect minimal delays, note traffic control signs, and respect speed limits during construction.
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With questions or for more information, please contact Becky Tillson at 503-823-2827 or email@example.com. To be added to an email update list, email Becky with “Tryon Outfall Project” in the subject line.