Environmental Services is starting design of a project that will replace and repair approximately 37,000 feet (a little over 7 miles) of aging public sewer pipe at over 6o locations in northeast and southeast Portland (see map below). The public sewer pipes in this project range in age from 60 and 104 years old, with the majority being over 90 years old. Projects like this, that repair and replace aging sewer pipes, are important for protecting water quality, public health and the environment.
The design process will continue through December 2014, and construction is anticipated to begin in 2015. We will be providing information about the project through the mail, this project website and at business and neighborhood association meetings (see list below).
As part of the design process, you may see city crews on the streets in your area conducting utility location and geotechnical surveys, and other similar work.
For More Information
During design and construction phases, we will be sending out email updates on the project. You can sign up for the project’s email update list by emailing your name to Rhetta.Drennan@portlandoregon.gov with “Tabor-Powell” in the subject line.
During the coming months Environmental Services will be presenting information on this project at the following local neighborhood and business association meetings:
- August 19, 6:30 p.m. -- North Tabor Neighborhood Association, 5600 NE Glisan St.
- August 20, 7:00 p.m. -- Mt. Tabor Neighborhood Association, Mount Tabor Presbyterian Church at SE 55th and Belmont.
August 25, 7:00 p.m. -- Creston-Kenilworth Neighborhood Association, Community Music Center at 3350 SE Francis St.