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Hannah Mason Pump Station Project Update -SW Nevada St Work and Greenway Trail Detour

Trail Detour – Beginning the week of May 2 Section of Greenway Trail Temporarily Closed in Willamette Park

As part of the Hannah Mason Pump Station construction project, a section of the Greenway Trail in the north area of Willamette Park will be closed periodically through early June. Closures of the trail will last between a couple of hours or a couple of days depending on the type of work being performed. Bike and pedestrian traffic should follow detour signs and connect back to the Greenway Trail through the boat ramp parking lot in the center of Willamette Park. 

The closure is required to make improvements to the Greenway Trail within Willamette Park. Travelers are reminded to exercise caution, obey closure signs and follow detour/traffic control signs due to the busy activity in the parking lot and along the main road in the park.

To view the North Trail Detour Map, click here.

SW Nevada Street Work Nearing Completion

In addition to the trail improvements in Willamette Park, construction to connect the new pump station in Willamette Park with the existing pump station on SW Nevada Street will continue through May. The work requires crews to temporarily close a portion of the street near the existing pump station during work hours, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.  Safety is our highest priority, please obey all detour signs and flaggers during construction.

 We thank you for your patience throughout construction of the Hannah Mason Pump Station.

 For more information contact Sam Beresky or Kenya Williams at 503-235-5881.


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