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Cully Projects

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levee ready columbia Levee Evaluations on NE Marine Drive

Project Overview: The levee is a permeable earthen embankment, designed to reduce the risk of the Columbia River flooding in your area. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), through its National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), requires the levee be maintained to specific standards. Levee Ready Columbia will test the levee to ensure it meets these federal standards by drilling boreholes and removing soil samples from the levees and on nearby land. Lane closures during this project are planned for the segments of Marine Drive between I-205 and NE 138th, and between NE 158th and NE 185th.

Construction Timeline: March 2017

 


ppr logoColwood Golf Center

Project Overview: Following the City’s acquisition of the Colwood property, the Colwood Golf Course re-opened as the new Colwood Golf Center on June 1, 2014. Exciting changes are taking place, most notably the transformation of the old 18-hole golf course into a highly desired par-3, 9-hole course. The banquet and meeting facilities, restaurant (with a revamped menu), pro shop, and new driving range are open for business!

Construction Timeline: Expected completing is April 2017

 


ppr logoWhitaker Ponds Nature Park 

Project Overview: The improvements planned include sidewalks, a parking lot, stormwater treatment facilities, accessible routes to the educational facilities, and a small natural gathering area. Local students, community members, and project partners will contribute by installing natural landscaping in the area around the parking lot to enhance wildlife habitat and improve water quality. The Nature in Neighborhoods grant funding will be supplemented by an allocation from PP&R’s Systems Development Charges (SDC) program.

These improvements will increase park user safety, accessibility, and aesthetics, while creating a more inviting public entry. The effect will be an expansion of the educational, recreational, and stewardship activities within the Nature Park.

Construction Timeline: Expected completion is late Fall 2017

 


ppr logoThomas Cully Park

Project Overview: Verde, the Let Us Build Cully Park coalition and Portland Parks & Recreation are the lead partners in the public/private partnership to transform the former landfill (and before that, a sand and gravel mine) into a developed, 25-acre city park. The park project now heads into the homestretch for fundraising, looking to raise a final $1 million.

405 Portland families who currently do not have access to a park or natural area (defined as a half-mile walk) will be served by Thomas Cully Park. Data show that central-northeast Portland is second only to the area east of I-205 in terms of the greatest need for parks and natural areas in the city.

Construction Timeline: Early construction is underway, though the full construction schedule is TBD.


PBOT logo Paving: NE Stanton to NE Halsey 

Project Overview: This project is part of PBOT's regular pavement maintenance. The grind and pave treatment is used for high-traffic streets which are typically in fair condition with little or no evidence of failure in the road base. The top two inches are asphalt are ground down, recycled and the road is repaved. Street maintenance is heavily weather dependent and paving dates are subject to change.

Construction Timeline: Weather dependent.

 


 PBOT logo  Paving: E Burnside to Weidler

Project Overview: This project is part of PBOT's regular pavement maintenance. The grind and pave treatment is used for high-traffic streets which are typically in fair condition with little or no evidence of failure in the road base. The top two inches are asphalt are ground down, recycled and the road is repaved. Street maintenance is heavily weather dependent and paving dates are subject to change.

Construction Timeline: Weather dependent.

 


PBOT logo Paving: NE Halsey to NE Fremont

Project Overview: This project is part of PBOT's regular pavement maintenance. The grind and pave treatment is used for high-traffic streets which are typically in fair condition with little or no evidence of failure in the road base. The top two inches are asphalt are ground down, recycled and the road is repaved. Street maintenance is heavily weather dependent and paving dates are subject to change.

Construction Timeline: Weather dependent.




 

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