1120 SW 5th Avenue, Room 1000, Portland, OR 97204
Environmental Services is designing a project to repair or replace approximately 5,600 feet, or about one mile, of public sewer pipes in the Mt. Scott-Arleta, and Woodstock neighborhoods. Most of the sewer pipes are over 85 years old and are deteriorating due to age. This project will protect the public and the environment by reducing the possibility of sewage releases to homes, businesses and streets.
For a map of locations where sewer work will occur, click here. Sewer construction will take place only on the streets indicated with bold highlights on the map. There may be traffic control, construction signage, equipment storage or increased traffic volume and parking on nearby streets.
Design will continue into 2017. Construction is anticipated to begin in spring 2017 and will take about one year to complete.
The city will update neighbors at regular meetings of the Mt. Scott-Arleta and Woodstock neighborhood associations. Click here for the next information session.
Contact Matt Gough by email or by phone at 503-823-5352. In your email and voicemail messages, please provide your property address and the project name (Mt. Scott-Arleta and Woodstock).
During project design and construction, we will be sending regular email updates to keep you posted about the schedule, construction activities, possible traffic detours and delays, parking restrictions and other impacts. We encourage you to sign up now to be added to the project's email update list. Send an email to Matt Gough with “Mt. Scott” in the subject line to receive project updates by email.
Please let us know if you have concerns such as business operations, disability issues or medical or business deliveries.
Proposed night work, for up to 18 nights.
Proposed for one night.
Current project design activities
Mt. Scott-Arleta and Woodstock project area map
Scheduled public meetings to discuss the project
Mt. Scott-Arleta and Woodstock Project newsletters
Please complete the business survey by November 1.
Overiew of sewer construction methods