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Public works projects safely preserve existing infrastructure, increase roadway capacity, improve mobility and enhance neighborhood livability.
The Butler Road Project (Intermediate Transmission Main
project) improves water pressure and capacity to serve Butler Road and
Butler Rd. between Binford and Towle
Jason Branstetter, 503-618-2525
This project will replace aged waterlines, while increasing
capacity. Crews will replace 6-inch
water pipe with 12-inch water pipe, replace 23 valves, 59
Water Services and 7 fire hydrants.
Installing the new line requires crews to dig a trench. Crews will repave
the street once the water line is installed and tested.
The City is replacing aging sewer lines in poor condition,
including sections of pipes last installed in the 1950s. The Northwest
neighborhood’s sewer lines that connect service to homes will be replaced.
Project Manager Jeff Loftin, 503-618-2525 or Jeff.Loftin@GreshamOregon.gov
Hogan Butte Nature Park will be a 46-acre park
on top of Hogan Butte. The park will include:
Gresham Butte Neighborhood
Hogan Butte is part of the East Buttes natural formation,
collectively known as the Boring Volcanic Domes. The development of a nature park atop the
931-foot elevation Hogan Butte provides the community access to a pristine
natural area, trails, picnic areas, educational nature walks and stunning views
of Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Hood and the Columbia River Gorge.
Contractor - R&R General Contractors
Contact - Mike Green, Project Manager, Mike.Green@GreshamOregon.gov or 503-618-2525
Duration: 2 – 4 weeks
Replace the concrete sidewalk removed in phases 1 and 2.
Final work on outlets in tree wells and streetlight poles.
Mike Green, Civil Engineer, 503-618-2492 or Michael.Green@GreshamOregon.gov
This project will reconstruct the Kelly Creek culvert under NE Kane Drive and the
damaged section of roadway, located 300 feet south of the NE 23rd Street/NE Kane Drive intersection.
Permanent repairs of the culvert, roadway and surrounding creek area.
In December 2015, during a historic rain event, debris accumulated in the inlet of the Kelly Creek culvert
under NE Kane Drive.
The debris in the culvert blocked the flow of water through
the culvert resulting in a washout of the road.
Emergency repairs were completed
immediately after the storm to reopen the roadway
and maintain creek flow.
The City has received relief funds to repair the culvert, roadway and surrounding creek area.
This project will construct pedestrian improvements such as curb extensions and ADA-compliant ramps between Powell Boulevard and Burnside Road.
David Daly, Civil Engineer, 503-618-2284 or David.Daly@GreshamOregon.gov
This project will improve pedestrian and bicycle facilities on Division Street between Birdsdale Avenue and the Gresham Fairview Trail. The project will connect the Civic Neighborhood to the Gresham Fairview Trail and improve facilities along one of TriMet’s highest ridership routes.
Jeff Shelley, Senior Engineer, 503-618-2550 or Jeff.Shelley@GreshamOregon.gov
This project will install a traveler information and upgrade traffic signal and communications equipment in Gresham, Fairview, Wood Village and Troutdale. This project is scheduled to begin in the fall of 2016.
Jim Gelhar, Project Manager, at 503‑618‑2295 or Jim.Gelhar@GreshamOregon.gov