1120 SW 5th Ave, Suite 613, Portland, OR 97204
Updated July 23, 2020
The City of Portland’s Bureau of Environmental Services is continuing our work to repair and replace critical sewer and stormwater infrastructure. Environmental Services will continue to provide information and updates on construction schedules and activities during the COVID-19 emergency.
Environmental Services – your sewer and stormwater utility – is continuing construction on the Sunnyside North Green Street and Sewer Project. Almost all the new sewers have been installed or repaired on the project and the contractor is now working on the remainder of the project that will reduce the flooding in the neighborhood. The green street planters, stormdrains, and ADA ramps are all that remain before final restoration of the streets.
With opportunities for dry weather, crews are scheduling the permanent paving in these areas. It usually takes a day of prep, and another day of paving:
Week of July 20:
SE 33rd Avenue between Morrison and Alder
SE 33rd Avenue between Alder and Washington
Week of July 27:
SE Alder Court to SE 32nd Avenue
A small portion on SE Alder east of SE 32nd Avenue
SE 36th Avenue between Alder and Washington
Week of August 3:
SE Yamhill Street between SE 32nd and 35th Avenues
If you are parked on those streets, please observe signs and remove your car from the designated NO PARKING area by 7 a.m. on designated dates.
Below are the anticipated construction activities over the next couple of weeks. Please note that the schedule can change for a variety of reasons, including weather, equipment and supply availability, and coordinating with crews and subcontractors.
July 20 – August 7:
Crews are working on excavating and pouring concrete on various green streets, storm drains and ADA ramps all over the neighborhood for the next several weeks. Please see map online for specific locations.
Both trenchless Cured-in-Place Pipe lining (CIPP) and open trench excavation methods were selected for this project. To learn more about these methods, visit www.portlandoregon.gov/bes/methods.
If you would like more information about the project or have questions and concerns you’d like to discuss, please call or email: