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The City of Portland, Oregon

Environmental Services

working for clean rivers

Phone: 503-823-7740

Fax: 503-823-6995

MAILING ADDRESS: 1120 SW 5th Ave, Room 1000, Portland, OR 97204

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Construction Update

Developments of Note

The locations shown on the map below as "work remains" are areas where our contractor has paving, or minor work that still needs to be completed. The crews will be in these areas throughout the remainder of the project completing tasks that are outstanding.

The cured in place pipe lining remaining on the project will be ongoing for the next few months.

  • You will receive a door notice prior to the start of this work.
  • Please limit your water usage during the process timeline that appears on your door notice. Flushing and short showers are fine, but do not use your clothes washer, dishwasher or full bathtub.
  • Larger diameter pipe lining may last into the evening hours; this will be specified on the door notice.


There are multiple locations that have temporary asphalt at this time. Permanent trench paving will be completed as the weather allows. There needs to be dry weather and temperatures above 40 degrees to pave. Paving may be scheduled with short notice to accomplish these requirements.

Night Work

There is still night work that will need to be completed trench paving and cured in place pipe lining in various locations and final trench paving. You will receive a door notice prior to the start of this work, once our weather cooperates.

Noise Variance

The Portland Noise Control Office granted Environmental Services a noise variance for overnight construction on this project. If you are having issues you can call the City of Portland on-site hotline at 503-823-8336. You can also contact the Portland Noise Control Office at 503-823-7350 or 

Construction Schedule

The map below shows the  current work remaining which will be completed by mid June. Work in each area will take a few weeks to complete and there will be periods of inactivity between construction phases.

Construction Methods

The contractor will use open trench construction, pipe bursting and cured-in-place pipe lining to repair sewers. Go to for more information about sewer construction methods. 

Through June 20