MAILING ADDRESS: 1120 SW 5th Ave, Room 1000, Portland, OR 97204
Updated October 12, 2018
Environmental Services is constructing green streets in the Argay Terrace Neighborhood. The project includes moving some water pipes, replacing some stormwater inlets and re-constructing some intersection sidewalks and ADA ramps, as well as constructing 53 green street planters..
When it rains in this neighborhood, water flows over streets, drains into the stormwater system and flows to the Columbia Slough, carrying pollution with it. The green street planters are built next to sidewalks to clean and filter the stormwater before it enters the slough to protect water quality, reduce the risk of basement backups, and help control stormwater runoff during heavy rain events.
Construction activities are taking place in multiple locations. There are periods of inactivity between phases, especially with the green street planters. The tentative schedule is as follows:
October 14 through October 26:
PAVEMENT RESTORATION WORK
Week of October 15th
Work will occur for green streets on the corner of NE Sandy Blvd and NE 125th and green streets at the T-intersection of NE Prescott and NE 125th.
Week of October 22nd
Work will occur for green streets that are on NE Prescott and NE 129th and green streets that are on NE Prescott and in-between NE 125th and NE 129th.
Week of October 22th
Work will occur for green streets on NE 133rd and between NE Prescott and NE Sandy Blvd.
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What To Expect During Construction
Expect minor traffic delays, traffic control signage, periods of inactivity and flaggers as needed within each work area. For more information, please visit the What to Expect During Construction section of www.portlandoregon.gov/bes/constructionimpacts.
With questions, comments or for more information, please contact Stefanus Gunawan at 503-823-5759 or Stefanus.Gunawan@portlandoregon.gov. To be added to an email update list, please email Stefanus with "Argay" in the subject line. Thank you for your interest in this important neighborhood stormwater management project.