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Capital Improvement Plan 2019/20 - 2024/25C apital i mprovement p lan City of Lake Oswego, Oregon FY 2019/20 - 2024/25 Adopted June 4, 2019 TABLE OF CONTENTS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 i Funding Plan Summary ......................................................................................................................................................................................1 Parks and Open Space Parks and Open Space Fund Summary .....................................................................................................................................................15 Funded/Projected Iron Mountain Park Development ....................................................................................................................................................16 Luscher Farm Trails .................................................................................................................................................................................17 Park Structure Replacement ...............................................................................................................................................................18 Rassekh Park Development ................................................................................................................................................................19 Stevens Meadow and Cooks Butte Parking (Stevens Homestead) ......................................................................................20 Woodmont Park Development ..........................................................................................................................................................21 Unfunded Adult Community Center Remodel ..................................................................................................................................................22 Athletic Fields (Artifi cial Turf) .............................................................................................................................................................22 Bryant Woods/Canal Acres/River Run 1 & 2 ..................................................................................................................................22 Land Acquisition/Natural Areas and Parks ....................................................................................................................................22 Luscher Environmental Classroom ..................................................................................................................................................22 Luscher Farm Access .............................................................................................................................................................................22 Luscher Urban Agriculture Expansion ............................................................................................................................................23 Miscellaneous Water Dependent Facilities ...................................................................................................................................23 Municipal Golf Course ...........................................................................................................................................................................23 Neighborhood Parks .............................................................................................................................................................................23 Park Structures Replacement .............................................................................................................................................................23 Pilkington Park ........................................................................................................................................................................................23 Recreation Center ...................................................................................................................................................................................24 Recreational Swimming Pool .............................................................................................................................................................24 Skatepark...................................................................................................................................................................................................24 Sport Court Renovation .......................................................................................................................................................................24 Southwood Park Subdivision .............................................................................................................................................................24 Tennis Center ...........................................................................................................................................................................................24 Tryon Cove Park ......................................................................................................................................................................................24 Transportation Pavement Preservation Fund Summary....................................................................................................................................................25 Funded/Projected Blue Heron Rd Rehabilitation & Drainage Improvements .......................................................................................................26 Cameo Ct Road Reconstruction (LID 301)......................................................................................................................................27 2019 Pavement Rehabilitation Project WO 281 ...........................................................................................................................28 2019 Preventative Maintenance - Slurry Seal WO 282 ..............................................................................................................29 Citywide Resurfacing, Crack Sealing, and Patching 2020/21 ..................................................................................................30 Citywide Annual Paving 2020/21 ......................................................................................................................................................31 Citywide Resurfacing, Crack Sealing, and Patching 2021/22 ..................................................................................................32 TABLE OF CONTENTS ii City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Citywide Annual Paving 2021/22 ......................................................................................................................................................33 Citywide Resurfacing, Crack Sealing, and Patching 2022/23 ..................................................................................................34 Citywide Annual Paving 2022/23 ......................................................................................................................................................35 Country Club: 10th St to Six Corners WO 246 ...............................................................................................................................36 Firwood Rd Upgrade: Boones Ferry to Waluga Dr (TSP 13) .....................................................................................................37 Lakeview Blvd Street and Drainage Improvements ...................................................................................................................38 Meadows Rd Pavement Rehabilitation Project ............................................................................................................................39 Wembley Park Rd Rehabilitation and Drainage Improvements WO 271 ...........................................................................40 Unfunded Boca Ratan Dr Roadway Improvement Project ...........................................................................................................................41 Bridges Bridges Fund Summary ...................................................................................................................................................................................43 Unfunded Blue Heron Bay at South Shore Blvd Bridge Replacement (BR006) .....................................................................................44 Lakewood Bay at North Shore Road (BR001) ...............................................................................................................................44 Oswego Canal Bridge at Bryant Road (BR010) .............................................................................................................................44 Springbrook Creek at Summit Dr (BR009) .....................................................................................................................................44 SPRR Overpass, Summit Dr Clackamas County Bridge (BR015) ............................................................................................44 West Bay at South Shore Blvd (BR005) ............................................................................................................................................44 Roadway Improvements (Other Infrastructure Improvements) Roadway Improvements Fund Summary .................................................................................................................................................45 Funded/Projected Boones Ferry Rd Improvements - Phase 1 WO 183 ....................................................................................................................47 Unfunded 3rd & 4th St Reconstruction: A Ave to B Ave (TSP 228) .............................................................................................................48 A Ave Enhancements: 4th St to 6th St (TSP 229) .........................................................................................................................48 Astor Ave Upgrade: Washington Ct to Harrington (TSP 57) ...................................................................................................48 B Ave Improvements: State St to 2nd St (TSP 225) .....................................................................................................................48 B Ave Phase 1 (Foothills Project) (TSP 136) ...................................................................................................................................49 B Ave Phase 2 (Foothills Project) (TSP 136) ...................................................................................................................................49 B Ave Improvements: 2nd to 5th St (TSP 226) .............................................................................................................................49 Baleine St Upgrade: Allison to Inverurie (TSP 55) .......................................................................................................................49 Bergis Rd Realignment (TSP 223) .....................................................................................................................................................50 Boones Ferry Rd Improvements Phase 2 (1.2) .............................................................................................................................50 Carmen/Lake Forest Intersection Geometry Improvement (TSP 70) ..................................................................................50 Foothills Rd Phase 1: A to B Avenues (Foothills Project) (TSP 133) .......................................................................................50 Foothills Rd Phase 2: North of B Avenue (TSP 134) ....................................................................................................................50 Hallmark Dr Festival St (TSP 152) ......................................................................................................................................................51 Inverurie Rd Upgrade: Carman to Washington Ct/Lake Forest (TSP 56) ............................................................................51 Kerr Parkway/Boones Ferry Rd/Country Club Dr Intersection Improvements (TSP 109) .............................................51 Lake Forest Blvd Upgrade: Boones Ferry Rd via Washington Ct to Carman Dr (TSP 52) ..............................................51 TABLE OF CONTENTS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 iii Roadway Improvements Unfunded (cont.) Lakeview Blvd Truck Restriction (TSP 304) ....................................................................................................................................52 Lakeview Blvd/65th Ave/McEwan Rd Improvements (TSP 301) ...........................................................................................52 Lake Grove Public Parking Areas (TSP 172) ...................................................................................................................................52 Lake Oswego Transit Center: 5th St Reconstruction A Ave to B Ave (TSP 102) ................................................................52 Mercantile Dr Upgrades: Boones Ferry Rd to Kruse Way (TSP 156) ......................................................................................53 Mercantile Dr/Boones Ferry Rd Intersection Improvements (TSP 138) ..............................................................................53 Monroe Parkway: Greenridge Dr to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 121)............................................................................................53 North Portal: Foothills Rd Upgrade Phase 2 D and E Avenues (TSP 135) ...........................................................................53 Oakridge Rd Improvements: Quarry Rd to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 160) ..............................................................................53 Quarry Rd-Galewood: Intersection Improvements (TSP 155) ................................................................................................54 Seville Ave Sidewalk: Lake Forest to Roosevelt (TSP 51) ..........................................................................................................54 Tryon Creek Bridge and Culvert Replacement (TSP 231) .........................................................................................................54 West Sunset Extension Signal to Upper Dr (TSP 230) ...............................................................................................................54 Intersections Intersections Fund Summary ........................................................................................................................................................................55 Funded/Projected Jean Rd/Pilkington Signal Installation (TSP 62) ...........................................................................................................................56 Unfunded 6 Corner Intersection Alignment Improvements (TSP 54) ......................................................................................................57 65th Ave/McEwan Rd Intersection Improvement (TSP 302) ..................................................................................................57 A Ave/8th Signal Interconnect (TSP 66) .........................................................................................................................................57 Bangy/Bonita Signal Interconnect (TSP 72) ..................................................................................................................................57 Boones Ferry Rd/Knaus Rd Signal Installation .............................................................................................................................57 Boones Ferry Rd at Mercantile Pedestrian Crosswalk Signal ..................................................................................................58 Boones Ferry Rd Signal Interconnect: I-5 to Bryant (TSP 71) ..................................................................................................58 Bryant Rd/Childs Rd Signal Installation (TSP 68) ........................................................................................................................58 Bryant Rd/Lakeview Blvd Intersection Improvement ...............................................................................................................58 Carman Dr/Bonita Rd/Waluga Dr Signal Installation .................................................................................................................58 Goodall Rd/Country Club/Uplands Dr Signal Installation .......................................................................................................59 Highway 43/McVey Ave Intersection Improvements (TSP 111) ............................................................................................59 Highway 43/Terwilliger Intersection Improvements (TSP 110) .............................................................................................59 Jean Rd/Jean Way Intersection Improvement (TSP 303) .........................................................................................................59 Staff ord Rd/Bergis Rd Signal Installation (TSP 141) ...................................................................................................................59 TABLE OF CONTENTS iv City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Pathways Pathways Fund Summary ...............................................................................................................................................................................61 Funded/Projected ADA Sidewalk Ramp Retrofi t Program ...........................................................................................................................................65 Knaus Rd Pathway (TSP 19) WO 272 ................................................................................................................................................66 Miscellaneous Bike/Pedestrian Improvements ...........................................................................................................................67 Unfunded 10th Street Sidewalk: E Avenue to G Avenue (TSP 215) ...........................................................................................................68 Ash Street Sidewalk & Pathway: Erickson to O’Brien Street (TSP 176) ................................................................................68 Atwater Road Sidewalks: Knaus Road to Boca Ratan Drive (TSP 213) .................................................................................68 B Ave Sidewalk: 9th St to 10th St (TSP 218) ..................................................................................................................................68 Barton Rd Pathway: Riven Dell Rd to Childs Rd (TSP 184) .......................................................................................................68 Bergis Rd/Cornell Pathway: Bergis Farm Dr/Cornell St to Existing Path (TSP 100) .........................................................68 Berwick Rd Pathway: Berwick Ct to Ellis Ave (TSP 44) ...............................................................................................................69 Boca Ratan Dr Sidewalk: Atwater To Bonniebrae (TSP 3) .........................................................................................................69 Boones Ferry Rd Pathway: Washington Ct to Pilkington Rd (TSP 132) ...............................................................................69 Burma Road Sidewalks: Bangy Rd to Carman Dr (TSP 199) ....................................................................................................69 C Ave Sidewalk: 10th St to Country Club (TSP 219) ...................................................................................................................69 Canyon Dr Neighborhood Pathway: Dellwood to South Shore (TSP 4) .............................................................................70 Centerwood St Sidewalk: Red Leaf to City Limit (TSP 84) ........................................................................................................70 Childs Road (east) Pathway: Staff ord to 35th (TSP 97) ..............................................................................................................70 Childs Rd (west) Pathway: Canal Rd to Sycamore Ave (TSP 7) ...............................................................................................70 Cloverleaf Dr Sidewalk: Banyan to Fernwood Dr (TSP 53) .......................................................................................................70 Crest Dr Pathway: Prestwick Rd to Ridgecrest (TSP 207) .........................................................................................................71 Daniel Way Sidewalk: Kruse Woods Pl to Carman Dr (TSP 9) ..................................................................................................71 Dellwood Dr Pathway: Canyon Dr to Fernwood Cir (TSP 183) ...............................................................................................71 Depot Street Pathway: Lakeview Blvd to Bridgeport to Milwaukie Regional Trail (TSP 188) .....................................71 Douglas Way Pathway Entrance: Barricade Replacing Delineation Poles ..........................................................................71 Douglas Way Sidewalk: Quarry to Hallmark (TSP 41) ................................................................................................................71 Douglas Way Sidewalk: West of Hallmark (TSP 157) ..................................................................................................................72 E Ave Pathway: 4th to 10th (TSP 10) ................................................................................................................................................72 E Ave Sidewalk: State to 1st (TSP 58) ...............................................................................................................................................72 Erickson St Sidewalk: Maple St to Laurel St (TSP 178) ...............................................................................................................73 Evergreen Rd Pathway: 4th to 10th (TSP 45) ................................................................................................................................73 F Ave Pathway: 10th St to ACC (TSP 216) .......................................................................................................................................73 Fernwood Circle Pathway: Fernwood Dr to Fernwood Dr (TSP 48) ......................................................................................73 Fernwood Dr Pathway: South Shore to Marjorie (TSP 11) .......................................................................................................73 Fir Ridge Rd Sidewalk: Twin Fir to Wembley Park Rd (TSP 12) ................................................................................................73 Fosberg Rd Pathway: Melrose to Carman (TSP 81) ....................................................................................................................74 G Ave Pathway: 4th St to 2nd St (TSP 217) ....................................................................................................................................74 Glen Eagles Pl Pathway: Wembley Park Rd to Glen Eagles Rd (TSP 205) ...........................................................................74 Glen Eagles Rd Pathway: Wembley Park Rd to Prestwick (TSP 204) .....................................................................................74 Glenmorrie Dr (west) Pathway: Green Bluff to Hwy 43 (TSP 99) ...........................................................................................74 Glenmorrie Dr (west) Pathway: Cherry Ln to Green Bluff Dr (TSP 174) ...............................................................................74 TABLE OF CONTENTS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 v Pathways Unfunded (cont.) Goodall Rd Pathway: Knaus to Country Club (TSP 15) ..............................................................................................................75 Green Bluff Pathway: Wayside to Glenmorrie Dr (TSP 98) .......................................................................................................75 Greentree Rd Sidewalk: Fernwood to Westview (TSP 16) ........................................................................................................75 Hallinan Sidewalk: Hemlock to Cherry (TSP 89) ..........................................................................................................................75 Harvey Way-Mercantile Dr Pathway Connection (TSP 165) ....................................................................................................75 Hemlock St Sidewalk: Parrish to Cornell (TSP 179).....................................................................................................................76 Hillside Dr Sidewalk: Palisades Crest Dr to Fernwood Cir (TSP 47) .......................................................................................76 Hwy 43 Buff ered Pathway: Public Storage to Briarwood (TSP 74) ........................................................................................76 Kelok Pathway: South Shore Blvd to Bryant Rd (TSP 17) ..........................................................................................................76 Kerr Parkway (north) Pathway: PCC to Multnomah Co. Line (TSP 73) .................................................................................76 Knaus Rd Pathway: Boones Ferry Rd to Country Club Rd (TSP 19) ......................................................................................77 Kruse Way Enhanced Sidewalk: Mercantile Dr to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 153) ..................................................................77 Kruse Way Pathway: Galewood Pathway Connection (TSP 164) ...........................................................................................77 Lake Forest Dr Pathway: Ellis Ave to Berwick Rd (TSP 43) ........................................................................................................77 Lake Oswego to Tualatin Trail (TSP 144) .........................................................................................................................................77 Lakeview Blvd Pathway: Bryant Rd to South Shore Blvd (TSP 124) ......................................................................................78 Lakeview Blvd Pathway: Jean Rd to 65th Ave (TSP 75) .............................................................................................................78 Lakeview Blvd Pathway: Summit Dr to Iron Mtn. Blvd (TSP 20) ............................................................................................78 Lakewood Rd Sidewalk: North Shore to Lake Oswego Swim Park (TSP 221) ...................................................................78 Lanewood St/Douglas Cir Sidewalk & Pathway: Twin Fir to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 21) .................................................78 Lanewood-Lake Grove Ave Pathway Connection (TSP 163)...................................................................................................79 Lee St Sidewalk: Hemlock St to Aspen Park/Palisades 2 Resv (TSP 180) ............................................................................79 Library to ACC Pathway (TSP 23) ......................................................................................................................................................79 LO-Tigard/Bridgeport-to-Milwaukie Trail Connection (TSP 145) ..........................................................................................79 Maple St Sidewalks: Erickson to GRP Trail (TSP 177) ..................................................................................................................79 Majorie Ave Pathway: Fernwood Dr to Cloverleaf Dr (TSP 182) ............................................................................................80 McNary Parkway Pathway: Kerr Parkway to Churchill Downs (TSP 120) ............................................................................80 Meadowlark Sidewalk: Overlook Dr to Ridge Pointe Dr (TSP 24) .........................................................................................80 Mercantile Dr Sidewalk: Hallmark to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 25) ............................................................................................80 Mossy Brae Rd Pathway: River Run Park to Staff ord Rd (TSP 185) ........................................................................................80 North Shore Pathway: Cabana Lane to Hwy 43 (TSP 220) .......................................................................................................81 Oak St Pathway: McVey Ave to Palisades Terrace Dr (TSP 26) ................................................................................................81 Oakridge Rd Sidewalk: Bonaire to Waluga Rd (TSP 159) ..........................................................................................................81 O’Brien St Sidewalk & Pathway: Ash St to Hallinan Open Space (TSP 175) ......................................................................81 Palisades Crest Dr Neighborhood Sidewalk: Hillside Dr to Cooks Butte Park (TSP 27) .................................................81 Pilkington Rd Pathway: Pilkington Park to Childs Rd (TSP 90) ...............................................................................................82 Prestwick Rd Pathway: Glen Eagles Rd to Crest Dr (TSP 206) .................................................................................................82 Quarry Rd Sidewalk: Oakridge to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 158) ................................................................................................82 Red Leaf St Sidewalk: Pilkington to Tualata (TSP 82) .................................................................................................................82 River-to-River Trail (TSP 94) .................................................................................................................................................................82 Roosevelt Ave Sidewalk: Washington Ct to Harrington (TSP 50) ..........................................................................................82 South Shore Blvd Pathway: Lakeview to McVey (TSP 88) ........................................................................................................83 TABLE OF CONTENTS vi City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Pathways Unfunded (cont.) Staff ord Rd Pathway: Rosemont to Childs (TSP 96) ...................................................................................................................83 Sunningdale Rd Sidewalks: Andrews Rd to 10th St (TSP 214) ...............................................................................................83 Thoma Rd Sidewalk & Pathway: Knaus Road to LO High School (TSP 209) ......................................................................83 Timberline Dr Sidewalk: Knaus to Bonniebrae (TSP 29) ...........................................................................................................83 Touchstone Rd Pathway: Kerr Parkway to Carman Dr (TSP 130) ...........................................................................................84 Treetop Ln Sidewalk: Overlook Dr to Fernwood Dr (TSP 46) ..................................................................................................84 Tualata Sidewalk: Red Leaf to Jean Rd (TSP 83) ...........................................................................................................................84 Twin Fir Rd Pathway: Upper Dr to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 30) ..................................................................................................84 Uplands Dr Pathway: Ridgecrest Rd to Wembley Park Rd (TSP 208) ...................................................................................84 Waluga Dr Pathway: Oakridge to Madrona (TSP 31) .................................................................................................................85 Washington Court Pathway: Queens Park Rd to Lake Forest Blvd (TSP 32) ......................................................................85 Westlake Dr Sidewalk: Kruse Way to Melrose (TSP 85) .............................................................................................................85 Westview Dr Sidewalk - Greentree Rd to South Shore (TSP 33) ............................................................................................85 Willamette River Greenway Trail: Willamette Shore Line (Trolley) Trail (TSP 95) ..............................................................86 Willamette River Greenway Trail: Foothills Park to Tyron Cove Park (TSP 87) ...................................................................86 Willamette River Greenway Trail: George Rogers Park to Riverbend Condos (TSP 86) .................................................86 Willamette River Greenway Trail: Roehr Park Pathway Repair/Upgrade (TSP 28) ...........................................................86 Willamette Steps (TSP 137) .................................................................................................................................................................87 Bicycle Pedestrian Pathways Bicycle Pedestrian Pathway Summary ......................................................................................................................................................89 Unfunded 65th Ave Bike Lanes and Sidewalks: Lakeview Blvd to Childs Rd (TSP 131) ......................................................................90 Bonita Rd Sidewalks/Bike Lanes: Bangy Rd to Carman Dr (TSP 80) .....................................................................................90 Boones Ferry Rd Sidewalks & Bike Lanes: Country Club to Northern City Limits (TSP 36) ..........................................90 Botticelli Bike Lanes: Melrose to Touchstone (TSP 93.1) ..........................................................................................................90 Botticelli Bike Lanes: Melrose to Touchstone (TSP 93.2) ..........................................................................................................91 Bridgeport to Milwaukie Regional Trail Connection: Upper Dr to Bridgeport to Milwaukie RT (TSP 194) ............91 Bryant Rd Bike Lanes and Sidewalk: Boones Ferry Rd to Childs Rd (TSP 37) ....................................................................91 Carman Drive Sidewalks and Bike Lanes: Kruse Way to I-5 (TSP 5).......................................................................................91 Highway 43 Bike Lanes: Terwilliger to Oak St (TSP 38) .............................................................................................................92 Iron Mountain Blvd/Upper Dr Bike Lanes: 10th St to Bryant Rd (TSP 39) ..........................................................................92 Jean Rd Bike Lanes, Sidewalk: Jean Way to Pilkington Rd (TSP 118) ..................................................................................92 Jeff erson Pkwy Bike Lanes and Pathways: Mt Jeff erson Terr to McNary Pkwy (TSP 123) ............................................92 McNary Pkwy Bike Lanes: Jeff erson Pkwy to Kerr Pkwy (TSP 125) ......................................................................................93 Meadow Ave Pathway: Meadows Dr to Carman Dr (TSP 201) ...............................................................................................93 Melrose Bike Lanes: Westlake to Botticelli (TSP 92) ...................................................................................................................93 Oswego Canal Trail: Bryant Rd to Childs Rd (TSP 186) ..............................................................................................................93 Overlook Dr Bike Lanes: Meadowlark Ln to Staff ord Rd (TSP 126) .......................................................................................93 Parkview Dr Bike Lanes: Westlake Dr to Fosberg Rd (TSP 128) ..............................................................................................94 Pilkington Bike Lanes and Sidewalks: Willow Rd to Boones Ferry (TSP 76) .......................................................................94 Pilkington Bike Lanes and Sidewalks: Willow Rd to Jean Rd (TSP 122) ...............................................................................94 Royce Way Bike Lane: Bryant Rd to Westview Rd (TSP 127) ....................................................................................................94 TABLE OF CONTENTS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 vii Bicycle Pedestrian Pathways Unfunded (cont.) Staff ord Rd Bike Lane: South Shore to Overlook (TSP 91) .......................................................................................................94 Terwilliger Bike Lanes: Hwy 43 to City Limits/Castleridge Ln (TSP 104) .............................................................................95 Water Water Fund Summary ......................................................................................................................................................................................97 Funded/Projected 10th Street Pump Station Electrical Upgrades WO 275 ............................................................................................................98 Add Fifth Pump at the River Intake Pump Station: (P-03) ........................................................................................................99 Altitudes Valves for Reservoir Balance: (S-09) ............................................................................................................................100 Annual Water Rehabilitation Program ..........................................................................................................................................101 Bergis Water Reservoir Replacement: (S-07) ...............................................................................................................................102 City View/Bergis Pressure Zone-Fire Flow Improvements: (F-04) .......................................................................................103 City View/Bergis Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-05) ...........................................................................104 Country Club: 10th St to Six Corners WO 246 ............................................................................................................................105 El Greco Waterline Replacement WO 274 ....................................................................................................................................106 Forest Highlands Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (F-03)(R-02) ..............................................................107 McNary Pressure Zone-Fire Flow Improvements: (F-02) ........................................................................................................108 McVey Pump Station Upgrades ......................................................................................................................................................109 Pipe Improvements: (D-02) ...............................................................................................................................................................110 Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-03) ............................................................................................................................................111 Seismic, Structural, Electrical and Mechanical Upgrades to Water Pump Stations: (P-06) (P-04) ............................112 Seismic and Structural Upgrades to Water Storage Reservoirs: (S-10)..............................................................................113 Seismic Upgrades and Re-painting to Cooks Butte and Palisades No. 1 Water Storage Reservoirs: (S-05) (S-06) .......................................................................................................................................114 Southside Reservoir No. 2: (S-04) ....................................................................................................................................................115 Summit Pressure Zone - Fire Flow Improvements: (F-01) ......................................................................................................116 Telemetry & Communication System Upgrades: (MS-04) .....................................................................................................117 Touchstone Pump Station Upgrade: (P-05) ................................................................................................................................118 Waluga Pressure Zone Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-01) .............................................................................................119 Water Quality Monitoring System Improvements: (M-05) ....................................................................................................120 Wembley Park Rd Rehabilitation Project WO 271 ....................................................................................................................121 Unfunded Add Sixth Pump at the Water Treatment Plant (P-03) .............................................................................................................122 Knaus Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-04) ...............................................................................................122 Palisades Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-03) .........................................................................................122 Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-04) ............................................................................................................................................122 Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-05) ............................................................................................................................................122 Waluga Pressue Zone-Pipe Resiliency: (R-06) ............................................................................................................................122 Waluga Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-07) .............................................................................................................122 TABLE OF CONTENTS viii City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Stormwater Stormwater Fund Summary .......................................................................................................................................................................123 Funded Annual Catch Basin Retrofi ts ...........................................................................................................................................................125 Ash St ODOT Hwy 43 ..........................................................................................................................................................................126 Blue Heron Rd Drainage Improvements .....................................................................................................................................127 Bryant Rd Drainage Improvements ...............................................................................................................................................128 Canal Circle UIC Decommission WO 250 ....................................................................................................................................129 Country Club: 10th St to Six Corners WO 246 ...........................................................................................................................130 Daniel Way Roadway and Channel Stabilization Project ......................................................................................................131 Dolph Court/Country Club Culvert Crossings............................................................................................................................132 FAN Catch Basin Replacement (TC7) .............................................................................................................................................133 Firwood Rd Upgrade: Boones Ferry Rd to Waluga Dr ............................................................................................................134 Fosberg Road Drainage Improvements ......................................................................................................................................135 Goodall Rd Drainage Improvement Project ...............................................................................................................................136 Lakeview Blvd Street & Drainage Improvements .....................................................................................................................137 Redfern Ave Drainage Improvements ..........................................................................................................................................138 Small Works Drainage Improvement Projects ...........................................................................................................................139 Underground Injection Control (UIC) Retrofi ts .........................................................................................................................140 Upper Drive Drainage Improvements, West of Bryant Rd .....................................................................................................141 Wembley Park Rehabilitation Project WO 271 ...........................................................................................................................142 Unfunded Bayberry/Rye/Andrews Rd Drainage Improvements ..............................................................................................................143 Bickner St to McVey Ave Storm System Replacement ............................................................................................................143 Cedar Court Drainage Improvements ..........................................................................................................................................143 Chandler Rd Drainage Improvements ..........................................................................................................................................143 Cherry Crest Detention Water Quality Treatment Facility ......................................................................................................144 Churchill Downs Drainage Improvements ..................................................................................................................................144 Douglas Circle Drainage Improvements ......................................................................................................................................144 Eena Rd Drainage Improvements ..................................................................................................................................................144 Elizabeth Gress Park - Sediment Control/Restoration .............................................................................................................144 Foothills/A Ave Drainage Improvements ....................................................................................................................................145 Lower Boones Ferry Rd - Lake Grove Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) ..............................................................................145 Melrose St Tributary Rehabilitation ...............................................................................................................................................145 Preakness Ct Water Quality Detention .........................................................................................................................................145 Regional Stormwater Facility - Bergis/Staff ord Rd ...................................................................................................................145 Regional Water Quality Facility Retrofi t ........................................................................................................................................146 Sediment Basin Evaluation and Retrofi ts .....................................................................................................................................146 Southwood Park Detention Facility ...............................................................................................................................................146 Sunbrook Dr Drainage Improvements .........................................................................................................................................146 Tanglewood Dr Water Quality Detention ....................................................................................................................................146 Touchstone Dr Drainage Improvements .....................................................................................................................................147 Underground Injection Control (UIC), Evaluation, Permitting & Retrofi ts .......................................................................147 Water Reservoir Disconnect .............................................................................................................................................................147 TABLE OF CONTENTS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 ix Unfunded Canal Trunk (T-CAN-1 & P-CAN-1)...................................................................................................................................................166 Downtown Trunk 3 & 4 (T-DWN-3 & T-DWN-4) ..........................................................................................................................166 East Mountain Park Trunk 1 (T-EMP-1) ..........................................................................................................................................166 Flow Data Tracking (PS-6) ..................................................................................................................................................................166 I/I Reduction Program-Priority B Projects (G-3) .........................................................................................................................166 L5 Basin Trunk (T-L5-1) .......................................................................................................................................................................167 New Canal Basin Pump Station (PS-7) ..........................................................................................................................................167 Other Pipeline Repair Projects for Major Collectors (P-1) ......................................................................................................167 Rebuild Lift Station and Pressure Mains.......................................................................................................................................167 Relocate Storm and Sanitary Sewer Mains .................................................................................................................................168 Riverfront Trunk 2(T-RF-2) .................................................................................................................................................................168 South Lake Trunk (T-SL-1) ..................................................................................................................................................................168 Southwood Trunk (P-SW-1) ...............................................................................................................................................................168 West Mountain Park Trunk (T-WMP-1) ..........................................................................................................................................168 Willamette Pump Station (PS-3) ......................................................................................................................................................169 Facilities/Other Facilities Fund Summary ..............................................................................................................................................................................171 Funded/Projected City Hall ....................................................................................................................................................................................................172 City Gateway Project ...........................................................................................................................................................................173 Sewer Sewer Fund Summary ..................................................................................................................................................................................149 Funded/Projected Blue Heron Trunk (T-BH-1 & T-BH-2) ..............................................................................................................................................150 City Hall Wastewater Line Relocation............................................................................................................................................151 Country Club: 10th St to Six Corners WO 246 ............................................................................................................................152 Downtown Trunk 1 (T-DWN-2) ........................................................................................................................................................153 East Mountain Park Trunk 2 (T-EMP-2 & T-EMP-3) .....................................................................................................................154 Foothills Rd Interceptor (T-L1-1) .....................................................................................................................................................155 Forest Highlands Trunk 2 (T-FH-2) ..................................................................................................................................................156 I/I Reduction Program-Priority B Projects (G-3) .........................................................................................................................157 Lake Grove Swim Park to Railroad (T-L4-1) .................................................................................................................................158 Lakewood Trunk (T-LW-1) ..................................................................................................................................................................159 Lake Oswego Intercptor Sewer (LOIS) Manhole Repairs and Upgrades ...........................................................................160 Marylhurst Pump station (PS-2) WO 238 .....................................................................................................................................161 McVey Trunk (T-MCV & T-MCV-2) ....................................................................................................................................................162 South Shore Trunk (T-SS-1) ...............................................................................................................................................................163 System Wide Rehabilitation (Operations) ....................................................................................................................................164 Wastewater Lift Station Generator Project ..................................................................................................................................165 TABLE OF CONTENTS x City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Large Capital Equipment Large Capital Equipment Summary ........................................................................................................................................................175 Funded/Projected 5-Yard Dump Truck #1 ........................................................................................................................................................................176 5-Yard Dump Truck #2 ........................................................................................................................................................................177 10-Yard Dump Truck #1 ......................................................................................................................................................................178 Backhoe #1 ............................................................................................................................................................................................179 Backhoe #2 .............................................................................................................................................................................................180 Camera Van for Sewer Pipe Inspection ........................................................................................................................................181 Fire Engine 210 .....................................................................................................................................................................................182 Loader .......................................................................................................................................................................................................183 Street Sweeper #1 ...............................................................................................................................................................................184 Street Sweeper #2 ...............................................................................................................................................................................185 FUNDING PLAN SUMMARY City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 1 …..…..………...………...Projected…..…..………………….… Parks and Open Space Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected Iron Mountain Park Development SDC/Grant/ General 2,775,000 2,775,000 Luscher Farm Trails Gen/SDC/ Tourism 250,000 250,000 Park Structures Replacement General 250,000 250,000 Rassekh Park Development Bonds/SDC 5,000,000 5,000,000 Stevens Meadow and Cooks BuƩ e Parking (Stevens Homestead) General 500,000 500,000 Woodmont Park Development SDC 3,150,000 3,150,000 Total 6,175,000 750,000 5,000,00000011,925,000 Unfunded Adult Community Center Bond/ En- dowment 2,200,000 AthleƟ c Fields (ArƟ fi cial Turf) SDC/Bond 1,000,000 Bryant Woods/Canal Acres/River Run 1 & 2 SDC/Bond 2,700,000 Land AcquisiƟ on/Natural Areas and Parks SDC/Bond 3,000,000 Luscher Environmental Classroom SDC/Bond 1,500,000 Luscher Farm Access SDC/Bonds 1,600,000 Luscher Urban Agriculture Expansion SDC/Bond 1,500,000 Miscellaneous Water Dependent FaciliƟ es General 739,000 Municipal Golf Course General 2,500,000 Neighborhood Parks General/SDC 2,600,000 Parks Structures Replacement General/ Bond 1,000,000 Pilkington Park SDC 1,400,000 RecreaƟ on Center Gen/Bond/ SDC 19,500,000 RecreaƟ onal Swimming Pool Bonds/SDC 13,000,000 Skatepark SDC/Bond 1,465,000 Sport Court RenovaƟ on General/ Bonds 500,000 Southwood Park Subdivision General/SDC 402,000 Tennis Center Tennis 1,000,000 Tryon Cove Park SDC/Bond 2,000,000 Total 00000059,606,000 FUNDING PLAN SUMMARY 2 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 TransportaƟ on …..…..………...…………...Projected…..…..………………….… Pavement PreservaƟ on (Streets & Overlays) Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected Blue Heron Rd RehabilitaƟ on & Drainage Improve- ments Street 249,000 749,000 998,000 Cameo Ct. Road ReconstrucƟ on (LID 301)Street 200,000 200,000 2019 Pavement RehabilitaƟ on Project WO 281 Street 2,360,000 2,360,000 2019 PreventaƟ ve Maintenance - Slurry Seal WO 282 Street 471,000 471,000 Citywide Resurfacing, Crack Sealing, and Patching 2020/21 Street 100,000 500,000 600,000 Citywide Annual Paving 2020/21 Street 850,000 7,000,000 7,850,000 Citywide Resurfacing, Crack Sealing, and Patching 2021/22 Street 100,000 500,000 600,000 Citywide Annual Paving 2021/22 Street 1,850,000 6,850,000 8,700,000 Citywide Resurfacing, Crack Sealing and Patching 2022/23 Street 100,000 500,000 600,000 Citywide Annual Paving 2022/23 Street 900,000 5,850,000 6,750,000 Country Club: 10th St to Six Corners WO 246 Street 108,000 108,000 Firwood Rd Upgrade: Boones Ferry Road to Waluga Dr (TSP 13) Street 200,000 203,000 403,000 Lakeview Blvd Street and Drainage Improvements Street 250,000 843,000 3,878,000 746,000 5,717,000 Meadows Rd Pavement RehabilitaƟ on Project Street 415,000 907,000 3,783,000 5,105,000 Wembley Park Rd RehabilitaƟ on Project WO 271 Street 1,000,000 1,300,000 2,300,000 Total 5,339,000 11,165,000 9,457,000 11,179,000 4,127,000 1,495,000 42,762,000 Pavement PreservaƟ on (Streets & Overlays) Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Unfunded Boca Raton Dr Roadway Improvements Street 2,116,000 Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,116,000 Bridges Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Unfunded Blue Heron Bay at South Shore Blvd Bridge Replace- ment (BR006) Street 2,147,000 Lakewood Bay at North Shore Road (BR001) Street 2,363,000 Oswego Canal Bridge at Bryant Road (BR010) Street 3,733,000 Springbrook Creek at Summit Dr (BR009) Street 9,172,000 SPRR Overpass, Summit Dr Clackamas County Bridge (BR015) Street 1,817,000 West Bay at South Shore Blvd (BR005) Street 2,835,000 Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 22,067,000 FUNDING PLAN SUMMARY City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 3 …..…..……...…………...Projected…..…..………………….… Roadway Improvements (Other Infrastructure Improvements) Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected Boones Ferry Rd Improvements - Phase I WO 183 LORA 11,548,000 10,260,000 5,560,000 27,368,000 Total 11,548,000 10,260,000 5,560,00000027,368,000 Unfunded 3rd & 4th St ReconstrucƟ on: A Ave to B Ave (TSP 228) LORA/St 2,625,000 A Ave Enhancements: 4th St to 6th St (TSP 229) Street 1,262,000 Astor Ave Upgrade: Washington Ct to Harrington (TSP 57) Street 1,714,000 B Ave Improvements: State to 2nd St (porƟ on of North Anchor TSP 225) LORA/St/ Dev 1,448,000 B Ave Phase 1 (Foothills Project) (TSP 136) SDC/Dev 3,625,000 B Ave Phase 2 (Foothills Project) (TSP 136) SDC/Dev 2,038,000 B Ave Improvements: 2nd to 5th St (TSP 226) LORA 3,075,000 Baleine St Upgrade: Allison to Inverurie (TSP 55) Street 1,770,000 Bergis Rd Realignment (TSP 223) Street 2,192,000 Boones Ferry Rd Improvements Phase 2 (1.2) LORA 24,000,000 Carmen/Lake Forest IntersecƟ on Geometry Improvement (TSP 70) Street 122,000 Foothills Rd Phase 1: A to B Avenues (Foothills Project) (TSP133) SDC/Dev 3,298,000 Foothills Rd Phase 2: North of B Avenue (TSP 134) SDC/Dev 1,875,000 Hallmark Dr FesƟ val St (TSP 152) Street 1,070,000 Inverurie Rd Upgrade: Carman to Wash Ct./Lake Forest (TSP 56) Street 5,760,000 Kerr Parkway/Boones Ferry Rd/Country Club Dr IntersecƟ on Improvements (TSP 109) Street 198,000 Lake Forest Blvd Upgrade: Boones Ferry Rd via Washington Ct to Carman Dr (TSP 52) Street 4,108,000 Lakeview Blvd Truck RestricƟ on (TSP 304) Street 315,000 Lakeview Blvd/65th Ave/McEwan Rd Improve- ments (TSP 301) Street 2,812,000 Lake Grove Public Parking Areas (TSP 172) Street/ LORA 8,354,000 Lake Oswego Transit Center: 5th St Reconstruc- Ɵ on A Ave to B Ave (TSP 102) Street 1,434,000 MercanƟ le Dr Upgrades: Boones Ferry Rd to Kruse Way (TSP 156) Street 18,000 MercanƟ le Dr/Boones Ferry Rd IntersecƟ on Improvements (TSP 138) Street 21,000 FUNDING PLAN SUMMARY 4 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 …..….………...…………...Projected…..…..………………….… Roadway Improvements (Other Infrastructure Improvements) Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Unfunded (cont.) Monroe Parkway: Greenridge Dr to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 121) Street 20,000 North Portal: Foothills Rd Upgrade Phase 2 D and E Avenues (TSP 135) LORA 1,983,000 Oakridge Rd Improvements: Quarry Rd to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP160) Street 873,000 Quarry Rd-Galewood: IntersecƟ on Improvements (TSP 155) Street 34,000 Seville Ave Sidewalk: Lake Forest to Roosevelt (TSP 51) Street 1,916,000 Tryon Creek Bridge and Culvert Replacement (TSP 231) Street/Grant 2,191,000 West Sunset Extension Signal to Upper Dr (TSP 230) Street 1,584,000 Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 81,735,000 …..….………...…………...Projected…..…..………………….… IntersecƟ ons Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected Jean Rd/Pilkington Signal InstallaƟ on (TSP 62) SDC 1,030,000 231,000 1,261,000 Total 1,030,000 231,000 0 0 0 0 1,261,000 Unfunded 6 Corner IntersecƟ on Alignment Improvements (TSP 54) Street 1,138,000 65th Ave/McEwan Rd IntersecƟ on Improvement (TSP 302) Street 443,000 A Ave/8th Signal Improvements (TSP 66) Street 64,000 Bangy/Bonita Signal Interconnect (TSP 72) Street 63,000 Boones Ferry Rd/Knaus Rd Signal InstallaƟ on Street 1,263,000 Boones Ferry Rd at MercanƟ le Pedestrian Cross- walk Signal Street 100,000 Boones Ferry Rd Signal Interconnect: I-5 to Bryant (TSP 71) Street 296,000 Bryant Rd/Childs Rd Signal InstallaƟ on (TSP 68) Street 659,000 Bryant Rd/Lakeview Blvd IntersecƟ on Improvement Street 557,000 Carman Dr/Bonita Rd/Waluga Dr Signal InstallaƟ on Street 2,111,000 Goodall Rd/Country Club/Uplands Dr Signal Installa- Ɵ on Street 3,308,000 Hwy 43/McVey Ave IntersecƟ on Improvements (TSP 111) Street 41,000 Hwy 43/Terwilliger IntersecƟ on Improvements (TSP 110) Street 41,000 Jean Rd/Jean Way IntersecƟ on Improvement (TSP 303) Street 216,000 Staff ord Rd/Bergis Rd Signal InstallaƟ on (TSP 141) Street 1,183,000 Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 11,483,000 FUNDING PLAN SUMMARY City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 5 …..…..………...………...Projected…..…..………………….… Pathways Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected ADA Sidewalk Ramp Retrofi t Program Street 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 110,000 510,000 Knaus Rd Pathway (TSP 19) WO 272 SDC 432,000 432,000 Miscellaneous Bike/Pedestrian Improvements SDC/Street 350,000 350,000 150,000 150,000 1,000,000 Total 862,000 430,000 230,000 230,000 80,000 110,000 1,942,000 Unfunded 10th Street Sidewalk: E Ave to G Ave (TSP 215)Street 401,000 Ash St Sidewalk & Pathway: Erickson to O’Brien St (TSP 176) Street 592,000 Atwater Rd Sidewalks: Knaus Rd to Boca Ratan Dr (TSP 213) Street 744,000 B Ave Sidewalk: 9th St to 10th St (TSP 218)Street 26,000 Barton Rd Pathway: Riven Dell Rd to Childs Rd (TSP 184) Street 1,100,000 Bergis Rd/Cornell Pathway: Bergis Farm Dr/Cornell St to exisƟ ng path (TSP 100) Street 669,000 Berwick Rd Pathway: Berwick Ct to Ellis Ave (TSP 44) Street 43,000 Boca Ratan Dr Sidewalk: Atwater to Bonniebrae (TSP 3) Street 405,000 Boones Ferry Rd Pathway: Washington Ct to Pilkington Rd (TSP 132) Street 149,000 Burma Rd Sidewalks: Bangy Rd to Carman Dr (TSP 199) Street 875,000 C Ave Sidewalk: 10th St to Country Club (TSP 219) Street 506,000 Canyon Dr Neighborhood Pathway: Dellwood to South Shore (TSP 4) Street 649,000 Centerwood St Sidewalk: Red Leaf to city limit (TSP 84) Street 125,000 Childs Rd (east) Pathway: Staff ord to 35th (TSP 97) Street 3,978,000 Childs Rd (west) Pathway: Canal Rd to Sycamore Ave (TSP 7) Street 456,000 Cloverleaf Dr Sidewalk: Banyan to Fernwood Dr (TSP 53) Street 378,000 Crest Dr Pathway: Prestwick Rd to Ridgecrest (TSP 207) Street 569,000 Daniel Way Sidewalk: Kruse Woods Pl to Carman Dr (TSP 9) Street 230,000 Dellwood Dr Pathway: Canyon Dr to Fernwood Cir (TSP 183) Street 141,000 Depot Street Pathway: Lakeview Blvd to Bridgeport to Milwaukie Regional Trail (TSP 188) Street 190,000 Douglas Way Pathway Entrance: Barricade Replacing DelineaƟ on Poles Street 32,000 Douglas Way Sidewalk: Quarry to Hallmark (TSP 41) Street 540,000 Douglas Way Sidewalk: west of Hallmark (TSP 157) Street 139,000 E Ave Pathway: 4th to 10th (TSP 10)Street 627,000 E Ave Sidewalk: State to 1st (TSP 58)Street 156,000 FUNDING PLAN SUMMARY 6 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 …..…..………...…………...Projected…..…..………………….… Pathways Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Unfunded (cont.) Erickson St Sidewalk: Maple St to Laurel St. (TSP 178) Street 613,000 Evergreen Rd Pathway: 4th to 10th (TSP 45) Street 206,000 F Ave Pathway: 10th St to ACC (TSP 216) Street 435,000 Fernwood Circle Pathway: Fernwood Dr to Fernwood Dr (TSP 48) Street 461,000 Fernwood Dr: South Shore to Marjorie (TSP 11) Street 1,021,000 Fir Ridge Rd Sidewalk: Twin Fir to Wembley Park Rd (TSP 12) Street 131,000 Fosberg Rd Pathway: Melrose to Carman (TSP 81) Street 272,000 G Ave Pathway: 4th to 2nd St (TSP 217) Street 320,000 Glen Eagles Pl Pathway: Wembley Park Rd to Glen Eagles Rd (TSP 205) Street 200,000 Glen Eagles Rd Pathway: Wembley Park Rd to Prestwick (TSP 204) Street 727,000 Glenmorrie Dr (west) Pathway: Green Bluff to Hwy 43 (TSP 99) Street 268,000 Glenmorrie Dr (west) Sidewalk: Cherry Ln to Green Bluff Dr (TSP 174) Street 900,000 Goodall Rd Pathway: Knaus to Country Club (TSP 15) Street 987,000 Green Bluff Pathway: Wayside to Glenmorrie Dr (TSP 98) Street 1,697,000 Greentree Rd Sidewalk: Fernwood to Westview (TSP 16) Street 806,000 Hallinan Sidewalk: Hemlock to Cherry (TSP 89) Street 235,000 Harvey Way-MercanƟ le Dr Pathway ConnecƟ on (TSP 165) Street 400,000 Hemlock St Sidewalk: Parrish to Cornell (TSP 179) Street 608,000 Hillside Dr Sidewalk: Palisades Crest Dr to Fernwood Cir (TSP 47) Street 213,000 Hwy 43 Buff ered Pathway: Public Storage to Briarwood (TSP 74) Street 2,479,000 Kelok Pathway: South Shore to Bryant Rd (TSP 17) Street 1,875,000 Kerr Pkwy (north) Pathway: PCC to Multnomah. Co line (TSP 73) Street 1,929,000 Knaus Rd Pathway: Boones Ferry Rd to Country Club Rd (TSP 19) Street 5,169,000 Kruse Way Enhanced Sidewalk: MercanƟ le Dr to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 153) Street 464,000 Kruse Way Pathway: Galewood Pathway ConnecƟ on (TSP 164) Street 72,000 Lake Forest Dr Pathway: Ellis Ave to Berwick Rd (TSP 43) Street 203,000 Lake Oswego to TualaƟ n Trail (TSP 144)Street 2,956,000 Lakeview Boulevard Pathway: Bryant Rd to South Shore Blvd (TSP 124) Street 674,000 Lakeview Blvd Pathway: Jean Rd to 65th Ave (TSP 75) Street 667,000 Lakeview Blvd Pathway: Summit Dr to Iron Mtn Blvd (TSP 20) Street 1,840,000 FUNDING PLAN SUMMARY City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 7 …..…..………...…………...Projected…..…..………………….… Pathways Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Unfunded (cont.) Lakewood Rd Sidewalk: North Shore to Lake Oswego Swim Park (TSP 221) Street 373,000 Lanewood St/Douglas Circle Sidewalk & Pathway: Twin Fir to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 21) Street 373,000 Lanewood-Lake Grove Ave Pathway ConnecƟ on (TSP 163) Street 235,000 Lee St Sidewalk: Hemlock St to Aspen Park/Palisades 2 Resv (TSP 180) Street 350,000 Library to ACC Pathway (TSP 23) Street 359,000 LO-Tigard/Bridgeport-to-Milwaukie Trail ConnecƟ on (TSP 145) Street 1,626,000 Maple St Sidewalks: Erickson to GRP Trail (TSP 177) Street 428,000 Marjorie Ave Pathway: Fernwood Dr to Cloverleaf Dr (TSP 182) Street 135,000 McNary Parkway Pathway: Kerr Parkway to Churchill Downs (TSP 120) Street 529,000 Meadowlark Lane Sidewalk: Overlook Dr to Ridge Pointe Dr (TSP 24) Street 284,000 MercanƟ le Dr Sidewalk: Hallmark to Boones Fry Rd. (TSP 25) Street 315,000 Mossy Brae Rd Pathway: River Run Park to Staff ord Rd. (TSP 185) Street 2,996,000 North Shore Pathway: Cabana Ln to Hwy 43 (TSP 220) Street 1,287,000 Oak St Pathway: McVey to Palisades Terrace Dr (TSP 26) Street 152,000 Oakridge Rd Sidewalk: Bonaire to Waluga Rd (TSP 159) Street 1,437,000 O’Brien St Sidewalk & Pathway: Ash St. to Hallinan Open Space (TSP 175) Street 280,000 Palisades Crest Dr Neighborhood Sidewalk: Hillside Dr to Cook’s BuƩ e Park (TSP 27) Street 173,000 Pilkington Rd Pathway: Pilkington Park/Dawn St to Childs Rd (TSP 90) Street 105,000 Prestwick Rd Pathway: Glen Eagles Rd to Crest Dr (TSP 206) Street 334,000 Quarry Rd Sidewalk: Oakridge to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 158) Street 129,000 Red Leaf St Sidewalk: Pilkington to Tualata (TSP 82) Street 114,000 River-to-River Trail (TSP 94)Street 6,684,000 Roosevelt Ave Sidewalk: Washington Ct to Harrington (TSP 50) Street 1,624,000 South Shore Blvd Pathway: Lakeview to McVey (TSP 88) Street 7,600,000 Staff ord Rd Pathway: Rosemont to Childs (TSP 96) Street 2,743,000 Sunningdale Rd Sidewalks: Andrews Rd to 10th St (TSP 214) Street 376,000 FUNDING PLAN SUMMARY 8 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 …..…..………..…………...Projected…..…..………………….… Pathways Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Unfunded (cont.) Thoma Rd Sidewalk & Pathway: Knaus Rd to LO High School (TSP 209) Street 359,000 Timberline Drive Sidewalk: Knaus Rd to Bonniebrae Dr (TSP 29) Street 538,000 Touchstone Rd Pathway: Kerr Parkway to Carman Drive (TSP 130) Street 48,000 Treetop Ln Sidewalk: Overlook Dr to Fernwood Dr (TSP 46) Street 207,000 Tualata Sidewalk: Red Leaf to Jean Rd (TSP 83) Street 546,000 Twin Fir Rd Pathway: Upper Drive & Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 30) Street 2,118,000 Uplands Dr Pathway: Ridgecrest Rd to Wembley Park Rd (TSP 208) Street 341,000 Waluga Dr Pathway: Oakridge to Madrona (TSP #31) Street 332,000 Washington Court Pathway: Queens Park Rd to Lake Forest Blvd (TSP 32) Street 578,000 Westlake Dr Sidewalk: Kruse Way to Amberwood Circle (TSP 85) Street 521,000 Westview Dr Sidewalk: Greentree Rd to South Shore (TSP 33) Street 1,041,000 WillameƩ e Greenway Trail: WillameƩ e Shore Line (Trolley) Trail (TSP 95) Street 5,484,000 WillameƩ e River Greenway Trail: Foothills Park to Tryon Cove Park (TSP 87) Street 1,411,000 WillameƩ e River Greenway Trail: George Rogers Park to Riverbend Condos (TSP 86) Street 364,000 WillameƩ e River Greenway Trail: Roehr Park Pathway Repair/Upgrade (TSP 28) Street 288,000 WillameƩ e Steps (TSP 137) Street 2,520,000 Total 00000090,285,000 FUNDING PLAN SUMMARY City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 9 …..…..………...………...Projected…..…..………………….… Bicycle Pedestrian Pathways Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2022-23 Total Unfunded (cont.) 65th Ave Bike Lanes, Sidewalks: Lakeview Blvd to Childs Rd (TSP 131) Street 2,384,000 Bonita Rd Sidewalks/Bike Lanes: Bangy Rd to Carman Dr (TSP 80) Street 4,095,000 Boones Ferry Rd Bike Lanes: Country Club to north- ern city limits (TSP 36) Street 1,170,000 Boƫ celli Bike Lanes ReconstrucƟ on: Melrose to Touchstone (TSP 93.1) Street 1,690,000 Boƫ celli Bike Lane: Melrose to Touchstone (TSP 93.2) Street 21,000 Bridgeport to Milwaukie Regional Trail ConnecƟ on: Upper Dr to Bridgeport to Milwaukie Regional Trail (TSP 194) Street 286,000 Bryant Rd Bike Lanes and Pathway - Boones Ferry Rd to Childs Rd (TSP 37) Street 1,176,000 Carman Drive Sidewalks and Bike Lanes: Kruse Way to I-5 (TSP 5) Street 435,000 Hwy 43 Bike Lanes: Terwilliger to Oak St (TSP 38) Street 896,000 Iron Mtn Blvd/Upper Drive Bike Lanes: 10th St to Bryant Rd (TSP 39) Street 7,522,000 Jean Rd Bike Lanes, Sidewalks: Jean Way to Pilkington Rd (TSP 118) Street 225,000 Jeff erson Pkwy Bike lanes and Pathways: Mt Jeff erson Terr to McNary Pkwy (TSP 123) Street 292,000 McNary Pkwy Bike Lanes: Jeff erson Pkwy to Kerr Pkwy (TSP 125) Street 1,758,000 Meadow Ave Pathway: Meadows Dr to Carman Dr (TSP 201) Street 114,000 Melrose Bike Lanes: Westlake to Boƫ celli (TSP 92) Street 27,000 Oswego Canal Trail: Bryant Rd to Childs Rd. (TSP 186) Street 780,000 Overlook Dr Bike Lanes: Meadowlark Ln to Staff ord Rd (TSP 126) Street 1,034,000 Parkview Dr Bike Lanes: Westlake Drive to Fosberg Rd (TSP 128) Street 1,366,000 Pilkington Rd Bike Lanes and Sidewalks: Willow to Boones Ferry (TSP 76) Street 375,000 Pilkington Bike Lanes and Sidewalks: Willow Rd to Jean Rd (TSP 122) Street 774,000 Royce Way Bike Lanes: Bryant Rd to Westview Rd (TSP 127) Street 30,000 Staff ord Rd Bike Lane: South Shore to Overlook (TSP 91) Street 3,284,000 Terwilliger Bike Lanes: Hwy 43 to city limits/Cas- tleridge Ln. (TSP 104) Street 1,992,000 Total 00000031,726,000 FUNDING PLAN SUMMARY 10 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 …..…..………...………...Projected…..…..………………….… Water Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected 10th St Water System Upgrades: WO 275 Water 2,083,000 2,083,000 Add FiŌ h Pump at the River Intake Pump StaƟ on: (P-03) Water 500,000 500,000 AlƟ tudes Valves for Reservoir Balance: (S-09)Water 50,000 320,000 370,000 Annual Water RehabilitaƟ on Program Water 100,000 300,000 750,000 300,000 1,000,000 500,000 2,950,000 Bergis Water Reservoir Replacement: (S-07)Water 450,000 1,520,000 553,000 2,523,000 City View/Bergis Pressure Zone-Fire Flow Improvements (F-04) Water 140,000 617,000 757,000 City View/Bergis Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improve- ments (R-05) Water 99,000 99,000 1,145,000 1,343,000 Country Club: 10th St to Six Corners WO 246 Water 23,000 23,000 El Greco Waterline Replacement WO 274 Water 250,000 250,000 Forest Highlands Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improve- ments: (F-03) (R-02) Water 123,000 600,000 1,997,000 2,720,000 McNary Pressure Zone-Fire Flow Improvements: (F-02) Water 525,000 2,764,000 3,289,000 McVey Pump StaƟ on Upgrades (P-01)Water 475,000 1,150,000 1,625,000 Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-02)Water 475,000 1,909,000 2,384,000 Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-03)Water 425,000 1,536,000 1,961,000 Seismic, Structural, Electrical and Mechanical Upgrades to Water Pump StaƟ ons: (P-06) (P-04) Water 205,000 636,000 841,000 Seismic and Structural Upgrades to Water Storage Reser- voirs: S-10) Water 150,000 486,000 636,000 Seismic Upgrades and Re-painƟ ng to Cooks BuƩ e and Palisades No. 1 Water Storage Reservoirs: (S-05) (S-06) Water 250,000 780,000 1,030,000 Southside Reservoir No. 2: (S-04)Water 500,000 3,200,000 1,250,000 4,950,000 Summit Pressure Zone - Fire Flow Improvements (F-01) Water 340,000 1,189,000 1,529,000 Telemetry & CommunicaƟ on System Upgrades: (M-04) Water 100,000 400,000 500,000 Touchstone Pump StaƟ on Upgrade (P-05)Water 132,000 710,000 842,000 Waluga Pressure Zone Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-01) Water 136,000 350,000 1,355,000 1,841,000 Water Quality Monitoring System Improvements: (M-05) Water 300,000 300,000 Wembley Park Rd RehabilitaƟ on Project WO 271 Water 200,000 600,000 800,000 Total 3,936,000 2,582,000 1,760,000 1,658,000 9,394,000 16,717,000 36,047,000 FUNDING PLAN SUMMARY City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 11 …..…..………...…………..Projected…..…..………………….… Stormwater Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected Annual Catch Basin Retrofi ts Stormwater 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 250,000 Ash St ODOT Hwy 43 Stormwater 139,000 139,000 Blue Heron Rd Drainage Improvements Stormwater 221,000 441,000 662,000 Bryant Rd Drainage Improvements Stormwater 221,000 221,000 Canal Circle UIC Decommission WO 250 Stormwater 30,000 30,000 Country Club: 10th St to 6 Corners WO 246 Stormwater 20,000 20,000 Daniel Way Roadway and Channel StabilizaƟ on Project Stormwater 100,000 326,000 426,000 Dolph Court/Country Club Culvert Crossing Stormwater 168,000 451,000 619,000 FAN Catch Basin Retrofi t Improvements Stormwater 141,000 141,000 Firwood Rd Upgrade: Boones Ferry Rd to Waluga Dr Stormwater 23,000 100,000 123,000 Fosberg Road Drainage Improvements Stormwater 100,000 300,000 400,000 Goodall Rd Drainage Improvement Project Stormwater 173,000 173,000 346,000 Lakeview Blvd Street & Drainage Improvements Stormwater 331,000 731,000 1,062,000 Redfern Ave Drainage Improvements Stormwater 153,000 345,000 498,000 Small Drainage Improvement Projects Stormwater 90,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 360,000 Underground InjecƟ on Control (UIC) Retrofi ts Stormwater 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 375,000 Upper Drive Drainage Improvements, West of Bryant Rd Stormwater 127,000 389,000 516,000 Wembly Park RehabilitaƟ on Project WO 271 Stormwater 1,550,000 800,000 2,350,000 Total 2,014,000 1,498,000 983,000 1,217,000 1,218,000 1,608,000 8,538,000 …..…..……...…………..Projected…..…..………………….… Water Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Unfunded (cont.) Add Sixth Pump at the Water Treatment Plant (P-03) Water 600,000 Knaus Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-04) Water 1,741,000 Palisades Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-03) Water 2,897,000 Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-04)Water 217,000 Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-05)Water 2,582,000 Waluga Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-06) Water 4,436,000 Waluga Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-07) Water 2,186,000 Total 00000014,659,000 FUNDING PLAN SUMMARY 12 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 …..…..………...………...Projected…..…..………………….… Stormwater Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Unfunded Bayberry/Rye/Andrews Rd Drainage Improvements Stormwater 706,000 Bickner St to McVey Ave Stormwater Replacement Stormwater 764,000 Cedar Court Drainage Improvements Stormwater 259,000 Chandler Rd Drainage Improvements Stormwater 485,000 Cherry Crest DetenƟ on Water Quality Treatment Facility Stormwater 720,000 Churchill Downs Drainage Improvements Stormwater 62,000 Douglas Circle Drainage Improvements Stormwater 498,000 Eena Rd Drainage Improvements Stormwater 283,000 Elizabeth Gress Park - Sediment Control/RestoraƟ on Stormwater 265,000 Foothills/A Ave Drainage Improvements Stormwater 1,069,000 Lower Boones Ferry Rd - Lake Grove UGB Stormwater 3,702,000 Melrose St Tributary RehabilitaƟ on Stormwater 310,000 Preakness Ct Water Quality/DetenƟ on Stormwater 164,000 Regional Stormwater Facility - Bergis/Staff ord Rd Stormwater 813,000 Regional Water Quality Facility Retrofi t Stormwater 459,000 Sediment Basin EvaluaƟ on and Retrofi ts Stormwater 473,000 Southwood Park DetenƟ on Stormwater 158,000 Sunbrook Dr Drainage Improvements Stormwater 281,000 Tanglewood Dr Water Quality DetenƟ on Stormwater 164,000 Touchstone Dr Drainage Improvements Stormwater 104,000 Underground InjecƟ on Control (UIC), EvaluaƟ on, Permit- Ɵ ng & Retrofi ts Stormwater 1,461,000 Water Reservoir Disconnect Stormwater 765,000 Total 00000013,965,000 FUNDING PLAN SUMMARY City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 13 …..…..………...………...Projected…..…..………………….… Sewer Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected Blue Heron Trunk (T-BH-1 & T-BH-2)Sewer 780,000 2,000,000 2,780,000 City Hall Wastewater Line RelocaƟ on Sewer 100,000 100,000 Country Club: 10th St to Six Corners WO 246 Sewer 45,000 45,000 Downtown Trunk 1 (T-DWN-2)Sewer 521,000 521,000 East Mountain Park Trunk (T-EMP-2 & T-EMP-3) Sewer 165,375 1,323,000 2,482,830 3,971,205 Foothills Rd Interceptor (T-L1-1)Sewer 221,200 3,096,500 6,082,300 9,400,000 Forest Highlands Trunk 1 (T-FH-1 & 2)Sewer 500,000 1,500,000 525,000 2,525,000 I/I ReducƟ on Program B Projects (G-3)Sewer 552,000 552,000 1,103,000 1,103,000 3,310,000 Lake Grove Swim Park to Railroad (T-L4-1)Sewer 25,000 25,000 Lakewood Trunk (T-LW-1)Sewer 203,000 203,000 Lake Oswego Interceptor Sewer (LOIS) Manhole Repairs and Upgrades Sewer 2,500,000 2,500,000 Marylhurst Pump StaƟ on (PS-2) WO 238 Sewer 656,000 656,000 McVey Trunk (T-MCV-1 & T-MCV-2)Sewer 500,000 1,350,000 1,850,000 South Shore Trunk (T-SS-1)Sewer 320,000 320,000 System Wide RehabilitaƟ on (OperaƟ ons) Sewer 1,400,000 500,000 1,350,000 350,000 3,600,000 Wastewater LiŌ StaƟ on Generator Project Sewer 213,000 213,000 Total 4,767,000 7,052,000 3,691,375 3,497,200 6,929,330 6,082,300 32,019,205 Unfunded Canal Trunk (T-CAN-1 & P-CAN-1)Sewer 2,084,000 Downtown Trunk 3 & 4 (T-DWN-3 & T-DWN-4) Sewer 154,000 East Mountain Park Trunk (T-EMP-1)Sewer 317,000 Flow Tracking Data (PS-6)Sewer 331,000 Foothills Rd Pump StaƟ on (PS-4)Sewer 1,103,000 I/I ReducƟ on Program Priority B Projects (G-3) Sewer 23,020,000 L5 Basin Trunk (T-L5-1)Sewer 48,000 New Canal Basin Pump StaƟ on (PS-7)Sewer 1,222,000 Other Pipeline Repair Projects for Major Collectors (P-1) Sewer 4,363,000 Rebuild LiŌ StaƟ on and Pressure Mains Sewer 906,000 Relocate Storm and Sanitary Sewer Mains Sewer 1,326,000 Riverfront Trunk 2 (T-RF-2)Sewer 486,000 South Lake Trunk (T-SL-1)Sewer 115,000 Southwood Trunk (P-SW-1)Sewer 514,000 West Mountain Park Trunk (T-WMP-1)Sewer 590,000 WillameƩ e Pump StaƟ on (PS-3)Sewer 1,103,000 Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 37,682,000 FUNDING PLAN SUMMARY 14 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 …..…..………..…………...Projected…..…..………………….… FaciliƟ es/Other Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected City Hall LORA/Gen- eral 16,300,000 21,200,000 4,800,000 42,300,000 City Gateway Project Tourism 100,000 75,000 100,000 275,000 Total 16,400,000 21,275,000 4,900,000 0 0 0 42,575,000 …..…..………..…………...Projected…..…..………………….… Large Capital Equipment Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected 5-Yard Dump Truck #1 Water 235,000 235,000 5-Yard Dump Truck #2 Street 245,000 245,000 10-Yard Dump Truck #1 Sewer 275,000 275,000 Backhoe#1 Street 140,000 140,000 Backhoe #2 Street 155,000 155,000 Camera Van for Sewer Pipe InspecƟ on Street 200,000 200,000 Fire Engine 210 General 720,000 720,000 Loader Water 150,000 150,000 Street Sweeper #1 Street 290,000 290,000 Street Sweeper #2 Street 310,000 310,000 Total 705,000 955,000 0 555,000 350,000 155,000 2,720,000 Total Funded for FY 2019-20 52,776,000 Total Funded for FY 2020-21 56,198,000 Total Funded for FY 2019/20 - 2024/25 207,157,205 Total Unfunded for FY 2019/20 - 2024/25 365,324,000 PARKS & OPEN SPACE City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 15 …..…..………...…………..Projected…..…..………………….… Parks and Open Space Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected Iron Mountain Park Development SDC/Grant/ General 2,775,000 2,775,000 Luscher Farm Trails Gen/SDC/ Tourism 250,000 250,000 Park Structures Replacement General 250,000 250,000 Rassekh Park Development Bonds/SDC 5,000,000 5,000,000 Stevens Meadow and Cooks BuƩ e Parking (Stevens Homestead) General 500,000 500,000 Woodmont Park Development SDC 3,150,000 3,150,000 Total 6,175,000 750,000 5,000,00000011,925,000 Unfunded Adult Community Center Bond/ En- dowment 2,200,000 AthleƟ c Fields (ArƟ fi cial Turf) SDC/Bond 1,000,000 Bryant Woods/Canal Acres/River Run 1 & 2 SDC/Bond 2,700,000 Land AcquisiƟ on/Natural Areas and Parks SDC/Bond 3,000,000 Luscher Environmental Classroom SDC/Bond 1,500,000 Luscher Farm Access SDC/Bonds 1,600,000 Luscher Urban Agriculture Expansion SDC/Bond 1,500,000 Miscellaneous Water Dependent FaciliƟ es General 739,000 Municipal Golf Course General 2,500,000 Neighborhood Parks General/SDC 2,600,000 Parks Structures Replacement General/ Bond 1,000,000 Pilkington Park SDC 1,400,000 RecreaƟ on Center Gen/Bond/ SDC 19,500,000 RecreaƟ onal Swimming Pool Bonds/SDC 13,000,000 Skatepark SDC/Bond 1,465,000 Sport Court RenovaƟ on General/ Bonds 500,000 Southwood Park Subdivision General/SDC 402,000 Tennis Center Tennis 1,000,000 Tryon Cove Park SDC/Bond 2,000,000 Total 00000059,606,000 PARKS & OPEN SPACE 16 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Iron Mountain Park Development Project Description Th e Parks and Recreation Department will be undergoing a design process for Iron Mountain Park in 2016. Iron Mountain Park is a 51 acre park located within the City of Lake Oswego. Iron Mountain Park is considered a city-wide (considered larger scale than a local park) hybrid character park (integrates natural and developed features throughout the site). Th e site is predominately forested with steep slopes and is one of the more biodiverse parks within Lake Oswego. Along with Oregon White Oak Upland the park features two steam corridors and possible wetlands. Much of the natural resource features of the park are degraded and in need of stabilization, restoration and long team management. In addition to the natural features of the park approximately 4.5 acres of land is considered developable. In 2010 the Parks and Recreation Department underwent a system wide community based planning process. Recommendations from this process stated a need to develop a concept plan for the Iron Mountain Park properties and identifi ed system gaps that could be accommodated within Iron Mountain. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2021 Justifi cation:Park Development Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total General/SDC/Grant Operating 553,000 553,000 SDC’s 1,820,000 1,820,000 Bonds Grants 402,000 402,000 Resources Total $2,775,000 $- $- $- $- $- $2,775,000 Expenses Design 600,000 600,000 Proj. Admin 250,000 250,000 Construction 1,925,000 1,925,000 Expenses Total $2,775,000 $- $- $- $- $- $2,775,000 PARKS & OPEN SPACE City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 17 Project Name:Luscher Farm Trails Project Description Th e Luscher are Trails connect park facilities within the Luscher areas site. Th e trails make it easy for park users and staff to utilize and maintain the 151+ acre park. Trail projects are based on areas within the plan. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Park Development Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total General/SDC/Tourism Operating 100,000 100,000 SDC’s 75,000 75,000 Tourism 75,000 75,000 Grants Resources Total $250,000 $- $- $- $250,000 Expenses Design 60,000 60,000 Proj. Admin 20,000 20,000 Construction 170,000 170,000 Expenses Total $250,000 $- $- $- $- $- $250,000 PARKS & OPEN SPACE 18 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Park Structures Replacement Project Description Th is project will replace restroom and shelter structures at George Rogers Park. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:Park Development Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total General Operating 250,000 250,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $250,000 $- $- $- $- $250,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin 10,000 10,000 Construction 240,000 240,000 Expenses Total $- $250,000 $- $- $- $- $250,000 PARKS & OPEN SPACE City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 19 Project Name:Rassekh Park Development Project Description Th e Parks and Recreation Department will be undergoing a design process for Rassekh Park in mid to late 2015. Rassekh Park is a 9.58 acre park located within the City of Lake Oswego. Rassekh Park is part of the Luscher Area Park complex and was part of the 2012 Luscher Area Master Plan process. Rassekh Park is considered an undeveloped city-wide, hybrid character park. Much of the natural resource features of the park are degraded and in need of stabilization, restoration and long term management. In addition to the Luscher Area Master Plan, in 2010 the Parks and Recreation Department underwent a system wide community based planning process. Both processes stated a need to develop a more refi ned concept plan for the Rassekh Park properties. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:Park Development Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Bonds/SDC Operating SDC’s 2,500,000 2,500,000 Bonds 2,500,000 2,500,000 Grants Resources Total $- $- $5,000,000 $- $- $- $5,000,000 Expenses Design 660,000 660,000 Proj. Admin 333,000 333,000 Construction 4,007,000 4,007,000 Expenses Total $- $- $5,000,000 $- $- $- $5,000,000 PARKS & OPEN SPACE 20 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Stevens Meadow and Cooks Butte Parking (Stevens Homestead) Project Description Th is project deconstructs an existing home, builds parking, restroom and trailhead facilities. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:Park Development Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total General Operating 500,000 500,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $500,000 $- $- $- $- $500,000 Expenses Design 50,000 50,000 Proj. Admin 50,000 50,000 Construction 400,000 400,000 Expenses Total $- $500,000 $- $- $- $- $500,000 PARKS & OPEN SPACE City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 21 Project Name:Woodmont Park Development Project Description Woodmont Park is a 6.7 acre park located within the City of Lake Oswego. Woodmont Park is considered a city-wide (larger scale than a local park), hybrid character park, which integrates natural and developed features throughout the site). Th e site is predominately pasture with Hawthorne trees with a steep sloped stream, and possible wetland. Much of the natural resource features of the park are degraded and in need of stabilization, restoration and long term management. In addition to the natural features of the park approximately 4.8 acres of land is considered developable. In 2010 the Parks and Recreation Department underwent a system wide community based planning process. Recommendations from this process stated a need to develop a concept plan for the Woodmont Park Properties and identifi ed system gaps that could be accommodated within Woodmont Park. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Park Development Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total SDC Operating SDC’s 3,150,000 3,150,000 Bonds Grants Resources Total $3,150,000 $- $- $- $- $- $3,150,000 Expenses Design 600,000 600,000 Proj. Admin 300,000 300,000 Construction 2,250,000 2,250,000 Expenses Total $3,150,000 $- $- $- $- $- $3,150,000 PARKS & OPEN SPACE 22 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Parks and Open Space Unfunded Total Project Name:Adult Community Center Remodel $2,200,000 Project Description: Remodeling and renovation of the Adult Community Center, First and Second Floors. Project Name:Athletic Fields (Artifi cial Turf)$1,000,000 Project Description: Replace natural baseball/soft ball infi elds with artifi cial turf at George Rogers Park and Westlake Park. Project Name:Bryant Woods/Canal Acres/River Run 1 & 2 $2,700,000 Project Description: Implement Master Plan Improvements that include trails, observation deck, wetland enhancement, parking interpretive displays, and signage. Project Name:Land Acquisition/Natural Areas and Parks $3,000,000 Project Description: Th is project would acquire property for future park and natural area development. Project Name:Luscher Environmental Classroom $1,500,000 Project Description: Th is project would emphasize environmental education encouraging watershed and ecological learning. Project Name:Luscher Farm Access $1,600,000 Project Description: Development may include a combination of active recreation, passive recreation, and natural enhancement. PARKS & OPEN SPACE City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 23 Parks and Open Space (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Luscher Urban Agriculture Expansion $1,500,000 Project Description: Th is project implements phases 5-9 of the master plan. Improvements include redevelopment of ballfi elds, tennis courts, maintenance and re- stroom facilities, lover picnic and Sister City areas, realignment of park access road and parking areas, and improvements to pathway circulation and signage. Project Name:Miscellaneous Water Dependent Facilities $739,000 Project Description: Th is project would develop 3000 sq. ft . of fl oating platforms, piers, and boat docks on Willamette and Tualatin Rivers for viewing and recre- ational access. Project Name:Municipal Golf Course $2,500,000 Project Description: Th is project would implement improvements to the municipal golf course including irrigation, drainage, and driving range. Project Name:Neighborhood Parks $2,600,000 Project Description: Th is is a project to acquire property and develop two neighborhood parks, one in the Lakegrove area, and another in the Palisades area. Project Name:Park Structures Replacement $1,000,000 Project Description: Replace structures at East Waluga and Westlake parks. Project Name:Pilkington Park $1,400,000 Project Description: Th is project provides for the design and construction of restrooms and picnic facilities. Th e park does not contain restroom or picnic facilities necessary to accommodate heavy park usage by sport leagues and other users. PARKS & OPEN SPACE 24 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Parks and Open Space (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Recreation Center $19,500,000 Project Description: Th e project would provide recreation facilities including classrooms, arts & craft s rooms, meeting and community space senior lounge, teen activ- ity center, offi ces, restrooms, gymnasium, multi-purpose rooms, fi tness & dance spaces. Project Name:Recreational Swimming Pool $13,000,000 Project Description: Th is project would build a community pool. Project Name:Skatepark $1,465,000 Project Description: Th is project would acquire land and develop a 15,000 - 20,000 square foot skatepark. Project Name:Sport Court Renovation $500,000 Project Description: Th is project would resurface and renovate the sport courts at Westlake, George Rogers, Southshore, Greentree and Rossman Parks. Project Name:Southwood Park Subdivision $402,000 Project Description: Th is project would develop a new neighborhood park on recently ac- quired property. Project Name:Tennis Center $1,000,000 Project Description: Th is project involves improving the current center’s entrance, ADA, court viewing, and locker rooms. Project Name:Tryon Cove Park $2,000,000 Project Description: Create and implement a master plan for a park. Development may include parking, restroom, natural area enhancements, picnicking, and river access facilities. TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 25 TransportaƟ on …..…..………...…………...Projected…..…..………………….… Pavement PreservaƟ on (Streets & Overlays)Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected Blue Heron Rd RehabilitaƟ on & Drainage Improvements Street 249,000 749,000 998,000 Cameo Ct. Road ReconstrucƟ on (LID 301) Street 200,000 200,000 2019 Pavement RehabilitaƟ on Project WO 281 Street 2,360,000 2,360,000 2019 PreventaƟ ve Maintenance - Slurry Seal WO 282 Street 471,000 471,000 Citywide Resurfacing, Crack Sealing, and Patching 2020/21 Street 100,000 500,000 600,000 Citywide Annual Paving 2020/21 Street 850,000 7,000,000 7,850,000 Citywide Resurfacing, Crack Sealing, and Patching 2021/22 Street 100,000 500,000 600,000 Citywide Annual Paving 2021/22 Street 1,850,000 6,850,000 8,700,000 Citywide Resurfacing, Crack Sealing and Patching 2022/23 Street 100,000 500,000 600,000 Citywide Annual Paving 2022/23 Street 900,000 5,850,000 6,750,000 Country Club: 10th St to Six Corners WO 246 Street 108,000 108,000 Firwood Rd Upgrade: Boones Ferry Road to Waluga Dr (TSP 13) Street 200,000 203,000 403,000 Lakeview Blvd Street and Drainage Improvements Street 250,000 843,000 3,878,000 746,000 5,717,000 Meadows Rd Pavement RehabilitaƟ on Project Street 415,000 907,000 3,783,000 5,105,000 Wembley Park Rd RehabilitaƟ on Project WO 271 Street 1,000,000 1,300,000 2,300,000 Total 5,339,000 11,165,000 9,457,000 11,179,000 4,127,000 1,495,000 42,762,000 Pavement PreservaƟ on (Streets & Overlays)Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Unfunded Boca Raton Dr Roadway Improvements Street 2,116,000 Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,116,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION 26 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Blue Heron Rd Rehabilitation & Drainage Improvements Project Description:In association with the reconstruction of the roadway, this project will construct storm drainage improvements along the entire length of the roadway where none exist. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Stormwater 221,000 441,000 662,000 Street 249,000 749,000 998,000 Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $- $470,000 $1,190,000 $1,660,000 Expenses Design 300,000 32,000 332,000 Proj. Admin 95,000 125,000 220,000 Construction 75,000 1,033,000 1,108,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $- $470,000 $1,190,000 $1,660,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 27 Project Name:Cameo Ct Road Reconstruction (LID 301) Project Description:Th is project will reconstruct Cameo Ct roadway from Knaus Road to the cul-de- sac. 50% of construction costs will be paid by benefi ting properties pursuant to City Resolution 17-55. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 200,000 200,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $200,000 $- $- $- $- $- $200,000 Expenses Design 40,000 40,000 Proj. Admin 15,000 15,000 Construction 145,000 145,000 Expenses Total $200,000 $- $- $- $- $- $200,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION 28 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:2019 Pavement Rehabilitation Project WO 281 Project Description:Th is project includes rehabilitation of the pavement on various streets within Lake Oswego including cold planning, asphalt concrete overlay, structural street repairs, catch basin replacements and pavement markings. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 2,360,000 2,360,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $2,360,000 $- $- $- $- $- $2,360,000 Expenses Design 590,000 590,000 Proj. Admin 354,000 354,000 Construction 1,416,000 1,416,000 Expenses Total $2,360,000 $- $- $- $- $- $2,360,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 29 Project Name:2019 Preventative Maintenance - Slurry Seal WO 282 Project Description:Th is is a preventative maintenance project (i.e. slurry seal, crack sealing, and localized patching) on various streets within Lake Oswego. Funded/Unfunded:2020 Estimated Completion Date:Annual Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 471,000 471,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $471,000 $- $- $- $- $- $471,000 Expenses Design 94,000 94,000 Proj. Admin 120,000 120,000 Construction 257,000 257,000 Expenses Total $471,000 $- $- $- $- $- $471,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION 30 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Citywide Resurfacing, Crack Sealing, and Patching 2020/21 Project Description:Th is program encompasses preventative maintenance, rehabilitation, and reconstruction of the City’s street network. Th e program is funded using the revenues from the City’s Street Maintenance Fee. Streets selected for treatment are chosen based upon a tri-annual pavement condition assessment and/or the coordination with other Capital Improvement Projects. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2021 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 100,000 500,000 600,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $100,000 $500,000 $- $- $- $- $600,000 Expenses Design 15,000 100,000 115,000 Proj. Admin 25,000 125,000 150,000 Construction 60,000 275,000 335,000 Expenses Total $100,000 $500,000 $- $- $- $- $600,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 31 Project Name:Citywide Annual Paving 2020/21 Project Description:Th is project includes rehabilitation of the pavement on various streets within Lake Oswego including cold planning, asphalt concrete overlay, structural street repairs, catch basin replacements and pavement markings. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2021 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 850,000 7,000,000 7,850,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $850,000 $7,000,000 $- $- $- $- $7,850,000 Expenses Design 150,000 1,750,000 1,900,000 Proj. Admin 100,000 1,050,000 1,150,000 Construction 600,000 4,200,000 4,800,000 Expenses Total $850,000 $7,000,000 $- $- $- $- $7,850,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION 32 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Citywide Resurfacing, Crack Sealing, and Patching 2021/22 Project Description:Th is program encompasses preventative maintenance, rehabilitation, and reconstruction of the City’s street network. Th e program is funded using the revenues from the City’s Street Maintenance Fee. Streets selected for treatment are chosen based upon a tri-annual pavement condition assessment and/or the coordination with other Capital Improvement Projects. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date: 2022 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 100,000 500,000 600,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $100,000 $500,000 $- $- $- $600,000 Expenses Design 15,000 100,000 115,000 Proj. Admin 25,000 125,000 150,000 Construction 60,000 275,000 335,000 Expenses Total $- $100,000 $500,000 $- $- $- $600,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 33 Project Name:Citywide Annual Paving 2021/22 Project Description:Th is project includes rehabilitation of the pavement on various streets within Lake Oswego including cold planning, asphalt concrete overlay, structural street repairs, catch basin replacements and pavement markings. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 1,850,000 6,850,000 8,700,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $1,850,000 $6,850,000 $- $- $- $8,700,000 Expenses Design 450,000 1,700,000 2,150,000 Proj. Admin 250,000 1,000,000 1,250,000 Construction 1,150,000 4,150,000 5,300,000 Expenses Total $- $1,850,000 $6,850,000 $- $- $- $8,700,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION 34 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Citywide Resurfacing, Crack Sealing, and Patching 2022/23 Project Description:Th is program encompasses preventative maintenance, rehabilitation, and reconstruction of the City’s street network. Th e program is funded using the revenues from the City’s Street Maintenance Fee. Streets selected for treatment are chosen based upon a tri-annual pavement condition assessment and/or the coordination with other Capital Improvement Projects. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2023 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 100,000 500,000 600,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $100,000 $500,000 $- $- $600,000 Expenses Design 15,000 100,000 115,000 Proj. Admin 25,000 125,000 150,000 Construction 60,000 275,000 335,000 Expenses Total $- $- $100,000 $500,000 $- $- $600,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 35 Project Name:Citywide Annual Paving 2022/23 Project Description:Th is project includes rehabilitation of the pavement on various streets within Lake Oswego including cold planning, asphalt concrete overlay, structural street repairs, catch basin replacements and pavement markings. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2023 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 900,000 5,850,000 6,750,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $900,000 $5,850,000 $- $- $6,750,000 Expenses Design 180,000 1,450,000 1,630,000 Proj. Admin 135,000 850,000 985,000 Construction 585,000 3,550,000 4,135,000 Expenses Total $- $- $900,000 $5,850,000 $- $- $6,750,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION 36 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Country Club: 10th St to Six Corners WO 246 Project Description:Th is project will repave Country Club Rd from 10th St to six corners. Th e six foot water main is undersized and needs to be upsized to install fi re protection. Th e wastewater main in this section is beyond repair and needs to be replaced. Both defi ciencies need to be addressed prior to paving. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Sewer 15% 45,000 45,000 Water 12.5% 23,000 23,000 Street 60% 108,000 108,000 Stormwater 12.5% 20,000 20,000 Resources Total $196,000 $- $- $- $- $- $196,000 Expenses Design 29,000 29,000 Proj. Admin 49,000 49,000 Construction 118,000 118,000 Expenses Total $196,000 $- $- $- $- $- $196,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 37 Project Name:Firwood Rd Upgrade: Boones Ferry to Waluga Dr (TSP 13) Project Description:Th is project will reconstruct 906 feet of Firwood Rd. Assuming 11 to 12 foot travel lanes, six foot bike lanes, and fi ve to six foot wide separated concrete sidewalks on both sides of the roadway. Th e project will include a storm drainage system, connecting to an existing system in Boones Ferry Rd or Bryant Rd. Right-of-way acquisition is necessary in some areas. Th e project will also require removal of large trees and some on-street parking. Portions of the roadway will require a road transfer from Clackamas County. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2023 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Stormwater 23,000 100,000 123,000 Street 200,000 203,000 403,000 Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $223,000 $303,000 $- $- $526,000 Expenses Design 180,000 54,000 234,000 Proj. Admin 43,000 88,000 131,000 Construction 161,000 161,000 Expenses Total $- $- $223,000 $303,000 $- $- $526,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION 38 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Lakeview Blvd Street and Drainage Improvements Project Description:Th is project will reconstruct the roadway, improve the stormwater drainage (see Surface Water) and possibly add a pathway on Lakeview Blvd from South Shore to the roundabout intersection. Th e roadway between Summit Dr and the railroad tracks will need to be stabilized due to soil sliding downslope from Lakeview Blvd. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Stormwater 331,000 731,000 1,062,000 Street 250,000 843,000 3,878,000 746,000 5,717,000 Bonds Grants Resources Total $250,000 $- $- $843,000 $4,209,000 $1,477,000 $6,779,000 Expenses Design 45,000 773,000 426,000 110,000 1,354,000 Proj. Admin 25,000 70,000 220,000 100,000 415,000 Construction 180,000 3,563,000 1,267,000 5,010,000 Expenses Total $250,000 $- $- $843,000 $4,209,000 $1,477,000 $6,779,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 39 Project Name:Meadows Rd Pavement Rehabilitation Project Project Description:Th is project would rebuild and rehabilitate Meadows Rd from Bangy Rd to Quarry Dr. Stormwater facility improvements may be required. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2023 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 415,000 907,000 3,783,000 5,105,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $415,000 $907,000 $3,783,000 $- $- $5,105,000 Expenses Design 302,000 302,000 152,000 756,000 Proj. Admin 113,000 227,000 227,000 567,000 Construction 378,000 3,404,000 3,782,000 Expenses Total $- $415,000 $907,000 $3,783,000 $- $- $5,105,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION 40 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Wembley Park Rd Rehabilitation and Drainage Improvements Project Description:Th is project will reconstruct/repave Wembley Park Rd from Country Club Rd to Twin Fir Rd. Stormwater facilities will also be improved. Th e project will extend drainage infrastructure from Wembley Park Rd up Crest Drive to provide facilities to an unserved area. Project will likely include updates and repairs to existing aged infrastructure, open ditch rehabilitation and should look for opportunities to provide stormwater treatment. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2021 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Stormwater 1,550,000 800,000 2,350,000 Street 1,000,000 1,300,000 2,300,000 Water 200,000 600,000 800,000 Grants Resources Total $2,750,000 $2,700,000 $- $- $- $- $5,450,000 Expenses Design 700,000 200,000 900,000 Proj. Admin 400,000 400,000 800,000 Construction 1,650,000 2,100,000 3,750,000 Expenses Total $2,750,000 $2,700,000 $- $- $- $- $5,450,000 TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 41 Pavement Preservation Unfunded Total Project Name:Boca Ratan Dr Roadway Improvements $2,116,000 Project Description:Th is project would rehabilitate the pavement on Boca Ratan Dr from At- water Rd to Bonnie Brae Dr using inlay/overlay. It would also add a side- walk (6 foot wide) to one side of the roadway within the right-of-way. TRANSPORTATION - PAVEMENT PRESERVATION 42 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 TRANSPORTATION - BRIDGES City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 43 …..…..………...………..Projected…..…..………………….… Bridges Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Unfunded Blue Heron Bay at South Shore Blvd Bridge Replacement (BR006) Street 2,147,000 Lakewood Bay at North Shore Road (BR001) Street 2,363,000 Oswego Canal Bridge at Bryant Road (BR010) Street 3,733,000 Springbrook Creek at Summit Dr (BR009) Street 9,172,000 SPRR Overpass, Summit Dr Clackamas County Bridge (BR015) Street 1,817,000 West Bay at South Shore Blvd (BR005) Street 2,835,000 Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 22,067,000 TRANSPORTATION - BRIDGES 44 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Bridges Unfunded Total Project Name:Blue Heron Bay at South Shore Blvd Bridge Replacement (BR006) $2,147,000 Project Description: Replacement of the Blue Heron Bay bridge. Project Name:Lakewood Bay at North Shore Road Bridge (BR001)$2,363,000 Project Description: Replacement of Lakewood Bay bridge. Project Name:Oswego Canal Bridge at Bryant Road (BR010)$3,733,000 Project Description: Replacement of Oswego Canal bridge at Bryant Road. Project Name:Springbrook Creek at Summit Dr (BR009)$9,172,000 Project Description: Springbrook Creek bridge replacement. Project Name:SPRR Overpass, Summit Dr Clackamas County Bridge (BR015) $1,817,000 Project Description:Replacement of SPRR Overpass Bridge. Project Name:West Bay at South Shore Blvd Bridge (BR005)$2,835,000 Project Description: Replacement of West Bay bridge. TRANSPORTATION - ROADWAY City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 45 …..…..……...…………...Projected…..…..………………….… Roadway Improvements (Other Infra- structure Improvements) Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected Boones Ferry Rd Improvements - Phase I WO 183 LORA 11,548,000 10,260,000 5,560,000 27,368,000 Total 11,548,000 10,260,000 5,560,00000027,368,000 Unfunded 3rd & 4th St ReconstrucƟ on: A Ave to B Ave (TSP 228) LORA/St 2,625,000 A Ave Enhancements: 4th St to 6th St (TSP 229) Street 1,262,000 Astor Ave Upgrade: Washington Ct to Harrington (TSP 57) Street 1,714,000 B Ave Improvements: State to 2nd St (porƟ on of North Anchor TSP 225) LORA/St/ Dev 1,448,000 B Ave Phase 1 (Foothills Project) (TSP 136) SDC/Dev 3,625,000 B Ave Phase 2 (Foothills Project) (TSP 136) SDC/Dev 2,038,000 B Ave Improvements: 2nd to 5th St (TSP 226) LORA 3,075,000 Baleine St Upgrade: Allison to Inverurie (TSP 55) Street 1,770,000 Bergis Rd Realignment (TSP 223) Street 2,192,000 Boones Ferry Rd Improvements Phase 2 (1.2) LORA 24,000,000 Carmen/Lake Forest IntersecƟ on Geometry Improvement (TSP 70) Street 122,000 Foothills Rd Phase 1: A to B Avenues (Foothills Project) (TSP133) SDC/Dev 3,298,000 Foothills Rd Phase 2: North of B Avenue (TSP 134) SDC/Dev 1,875,000 Hallmark Dr FesƟ val St (TSP 152) Street 1,070,000 Inverurie Rd Upgrade: Carman to Wash Ct./Lake Forest (TSP 56) Street 5,760,000 Kerr Parkway/Boones Ferry Rd/Country Club Dr IntersecƟ on Improvements (TSP 109) Street 198,000 Lake Forest Blvd Upgrade: Boones Ferry Rd via Washington Ct to Carman Dr (TSP 52) Street 4,108,000 Lakeview Blvd Truck RestricƟ on (TSP 304) Street 315,000 Lakeview Blvd/65th Ave/McEwan Rd Improve- ments (TSP 301) Street 2,812,000 Lake Grove Public Parking Areas (TSP 172) Street/ LORA 8,354,000 Lake Oswego Transit Center: 5th St Reconstruc- Ɵ on A Ave to B Ave (TSP 102) Street 1,434,000 MercanƟ le Dr Upgrades: Boones Ferry Rd to Kruse Way (TSP 156) Street 18,000 MercanƟ le Dr/Boones Ferry Rd IntersecƟ on Improvements (TSP 138) Street 21,000 TRANSPORTATION - ROADWAY 46 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 …..…..……...…………...Projected…..…..………………….… Roadway Improvements (Other Infrastructure Improvements) Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Unfunded (cont.) Monroe Parkway: Greenridge Dr to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 121) Street 20,000 North Portal: Foothills Rd Upgrade Phase 2 D and E Avenues (TSP 135) LORA 1,983,000 Oakridge Rd Improvements: Quarry Rd to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP160) Street 873,000 Quarry Rd-Galewood: IntersecƟ on Improve- ments (TSP 155) Street 34,000 Seville Ave Sidewalk: Lake Forest to Roosevelt (TSP 51) Street 1,916,000 Tryon Creek Bridge and Culvert Replacement (TSP 231) Street/ Grant 2,191,000 West Sunset Extension Signal to Upper Dr (TSP 230) Street 1,584,000 Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 81,735,000 TRANSPORTATION - ROADWAY City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 47 APT S CHURCHPRESBYTELAKE GRO CHURCH LUTHERAN LAKEFIR APTS. LAKE FIRAPTS. ALBERTSONS CENTER SHOPPING LAKE GROVE WALUGA PARK EAST BOONESOSWEGO WEST CONDOS APTSVILLAGEHOLLYFIELD OFFICE POSTGROVE LAKE LAKE GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GROUPHOME PLAZA LG FERRY ROADCity of Lake Oswego Boones Ferry Road / Lake Grove Town Center Multi-Modal Improvements State Transportation Improvement Program November 2012 Site Map Improved Signalized Intersection with Pedestrian Crossing New Signalized Intersection with Pedestrian Crossing New Pedestrian Crossing Project Name:Boones Ferry Rd Improvements - Phase 1 WO 183 Project Description:Th e Lake Grove Village Center Plan includes a project to improve Boones Ferry Rd. Phase 1 of the Boones Ferry Rd Project will pave from Madrona to Oakridge/Reese. Th is project includes bikeways, sidewalks, a center median, green street features, and intersection improvements. A $5 million general obligation bond measure was passed by the voters in November 2012. ODOT will provide $4 million in STIP funds. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:Lake Grove Village Center Plan Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total LORA Operating SDC’s LORA 11,548,000 10,260,000 5,560,000 27,368,000 Grants Resources Total $11,548,000 $10,260,000 $5,560,000 $- $- $- $27,368,000 Expenses Design 1,930,000 1,300,000 3,230,000 Proj. Admin 285,000 293,000 150,000 728,000 Construction 9,333,000 8,667,000 410,000 18,410,000 Purchase 5,000,000 5,000,000 Expenses Total $11,548,000 $10,260,000 $5,560,000 $- $- $- $27,368,000 TRANSPORTATION - ROADWAY 48 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Roadway Unfunded Total Project Name:3rd & 4th St Reconstruction: A Ave to B Ave (TSP 228)$2,625,000 Project Description: Th is project provides improvement for pedestrian amenities, streetscape improvements, landscaping, undergrounding utilities, street lights, curb extensions, parking, ADA upgrades, stormwater design and potential plaza designs at the fi re station (300 A Ave). Some transit center improvements to maintain the level of service on 4th St are envisioned as part of this project. Project Name:A Ave Enhancements: 4th St to 6th St (TSP 229)$1,262,000 Project Description: Th is project is 640 ft long, 7 ft parking lanes, and 12 ft sidewalks. Right-of- Way is adequate. Includes street trees and landscaping to be consistent with adjacent street section. Consider crosswalk striping. Project Name:Astor Ave Upgrade: Washington Ct to Harrington (TSP 57)$1,714,000 Project Description: Astor Ave is mostly unimproved. Th is project will construct 1,200 ft long, 12 ft lanes, 6 ft wide curb-tight sidewalk and 2 ft landscape strip. Subject to road transfer from Clackamas County. Initiates a connection, may connect to Washington Ct, Seville, and Harrington Sidewalks. Multiple driveway crossings. On-street parking, utility pole issues and tree removals required. Portions of roadway are unimproved. Project Name:B Ave Improvements: State St to 2nd St (TSP 225)$1,448,000 Project Description: Th is is a project to improve pedestrian amenities, streetscape improve- ments, landscaping, undergrounding utilities, street lights, curb extensions, parking ADA upgrades, intersection/roadway improvements and stormwater design. TRANSPORTATION - ROADWAY City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 49 Roadway (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:B Ave Phase I (Foothills Project) (TSP 136)$3,625,000 Project Description: Th is project is the fi rst phase of the creation of a new B Ave connec- tion between downtown and the Willamette River, and stretches two blocks east from the intersection of Foothills Rd. Th e project includes fi ll required to bring the street and adjacent development parcels out of the fl oodplain, infrastructure elements required to serve adjacent develop- ment, such as water and wastewater lines, stormwater management facilities (including stormwater planters), and streetscape improvements including sidewalks, street lighting, street furnishings and landscaping. Project Name:B Ave Phase II (Foothills Project) (TSP 136)$2,038,000 Project Description: Th is project completes a new B Ave Connection between downtown and the Willamette River, construction the last block of B Ave leading to Foothills Park. Th e project includes fi ll required to bring the street and adjacent development, such as water and wastewater lines, stormwater management facilities (including stormwater planters), and streetscape improvements including sidewalks, street lighting, street furnishings and landscaping. Project Name:B Ave Improvements: 2nd to 5th St (TSP 226)$3,075,000 Project Description: Improvements include: pedestrian amenities, streetscape improvements, landscaping, undergrounding utilities, street lights, curb extensions, parking ADA upgrades, intersection/roadway improvements and storm- water design. Project Name:Baleine St Upgrade: Allison to Inverurie (TSP 55)$1,770,000 Project Description:Baleine is currently unimproved. Th is project will install 1,200 ft long. 12 ft lanes, 6 ft wide curb-tight concrete sidewalk, and 2 ft landscape strip. Extends a connection at Baleine/Carman. May connect to Inverurie Pathway (currently unimproved right-of-way). TRANSPORTATION - ROADWAY 50 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Roadway (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Bergis Rd Realignment (TSP 223)$2,192,000 Project Description: Th is project will add ADA ramps. Project Name:Boones Ferry Rd Improvements Phase II (TSP 1.2)$24,000,000 Project Description: Street and utility improvements along Boones Ferry Rd between Oakridge/Reese and Kruse Way. Th e project will include bike lanes, sidewalks, landscaped median, lighting, intersection improvements, stormwater treatment facilities, undergrounding of overhead utilities and other utility replacement as needed. Project Name:Carmen/Lake Forest: Intersection Geometry Improvement (TSP 70) $122,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct 200 ft long roadway widening to NW, add- ing a WB left turn lane. Use existing sidewalk, and curb. Subject to road transfer from Clackamas County. Project Name:Foothills Rd Phase 1: A to B Avenues (TSP 133)$3,298,000 Project Description: Th is project is the fi rst phase of the realignment and reconstruction of Foothills Rd, from the intersection to Foothills Rd and Oswego Pointe, Dr to it’s planned intersection with B Ave. Th e project includes infra- structure elements required to serve adjacent development such as water and wastewater lines, stormwater management facilities (including stormwater planters), and streetscape improvements including sidewalks, street lighting, street furnishings, and landscaping. Project Name:Foothills Rd Phase II: North of B Ave (TSP 134)$1,875,000 Project Description:Th is project is 700 ft long new construction of Foothills Road between B and D Avenues with two 12 ft travel lanes, two 5 ft bike lanes, 8 ft parking/stormwater strip, 12 ft sidewalks, street lighting, furnishings and landscaping. TRANSPORTATION - ROADWAY City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 51 Roadway (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Hallmark Dr Festival Street (TSP 152)$1,070,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct 580 ft long and 40 ft wide as curbless street with sidewalks, bollard, special paving and landscaping. Condition of approval for “village commons”. Project Name:Inverurie Rd Upgrade: Carman to Washington Ct/Lake For- est (TSP 56) $5,760,000 Project Description: Th is project will reconstruct the full roadway, 3,200 ft long, 12 ft lanes, 6 ft wide curb-tight sidewalk, and 2 ft landscape strip. Majority subject to road transfer from Clackamas County. Initiates a connection, may connect to Washington Ct. and Lake Forest pathways. Multiple driveway crossings. On-street parking, utility pole issues and tree removals required. Northern portion in City is unimproved (~600 ft ). Project Name:Kerr Pkwy/Boones Ferry/Country Club Dr Intersection Improvements (TSP 109) $198,000 Project Description:Th is project consists of 400 ft long, 5 ft wide concrete curb and sidewalk, and 13 ft turn lane. Remove the eastbound right-turn slip lane. Replace with an eastbound right-turn lane adjacent to the shared through/left - turn lane. Possible signal pole relocation. Modify traffi c island. Adjustment forces right-turn vehicles to slow and obey the traffi c signal. Includes advanced warning signs on Kerr Parkway. Project Name:Lake Forest Blvd Upgrade: Boones Ferry Rd Via Washington Ct to Carman Dr (TSP 52) $4,108,000 Project Description: Th is project is 3,400 ft long, 15 ft wide travel lane widening, 6 ft wide curb-tight sidewalk on one side of roadway. Add sanitary sewer and stormwater infrastructure along entire length. Subject to road transfer from Clackamas County. Initiates a connection, may connect to Washington Ct and Seville Pathways. Multiple driveway crossings. On- street parking, utility pole issues and tree removals required. Transit connection on Boones Ferry. Coordinate with TSP related project at Lake Forest/Carman intersection. TRANSPORTATION - ROADWAY 52 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Roadway (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Lakeview Blvd Truck Restriction (TSP 304)$315,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct traffi c calming measures to serve as freight deterrent into side streets along Lakeview Blvd using vegetated traffi c islands while allowing for passenger vehicles and emergency access to enter/exit. A gateway treatment can also be provided to help with neighborhood identity. (See TSP 301) Project Name:Lakeview Blvd/65th Ave/McEwan Rd Improvements (TSP 301) $2,812,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct 4,000 ft of roadway with two 14 ft shared-use lanes, 8 ft concrete sidewalks separated by stormwater planter/landscape strip with curb on north/west side of the street. Balance residential character with industrial traffi c and safety needs. Project Name:Lake Grove Public Parking Areas (TSP 172)$8,354,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct up to two public parking areas (one surface lot and one structure). Properties and detailed information can be found in the Lake Grove Village Center Parking Management Plan, dated April 2016. Project Name:Lake Oswego Transit Center: 5th St Reconstruction A Ave to B Ave (TSP 102) $1,434,000 Project Description: Revised from TSP description: Th e streets have been severely damaged due to the bus traffi c on streets not designed to handle the loads. Th is project will include some streetscape improvements along 5th street including ADA upgrades, adding some stormwater improvements and complete rebuilding of the street, including adding concrete bus pads. Th e old description included improvements to 4th Street (A to B Ave) and B Avenue (4th to 5th Streets). Th ese portions have been completed under separate projects. TRANSPORTATION - ROADWAY City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 53 Roadway (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Mercantile Dr Upgrades: Boones Ferry Rd to Kruse Way (TSP 156) $18,000 Project Description:Th is project will install ADA ramps at each corner. May install missing sidewalks. Project Name:Mercantile Dr/Boones Ferry Rd Intersection Improvements (TSP 138) $21,000 Project Description: Th is project will add curbs and ADA ramps. Project Name:Monroe Parkway: Greenridge Dr to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 121) $20,000 Project Description:Th is project is 1,600 ft long, will install legends, and shared roadway signs consistent with the MUTCD. Project Name:North Portal: Foothills Rd Upgrade Phase II D and E Avenues (TSP 135) $1,983,000 Project Description: Th is project is 500 ft long construction of Foothills Road intersection at State Street (Hwy 43) between D and E Avenues. Project will include ~300 ft long median modifi cations within State Street (State Hwy 43, NHS/AASHTO/ODOT standards apply) to provide for safe turning movements. New at grade RR crossing of the two rail lines just east of State Street. Right-of-Way required. (Does not include acquisition of Public Storage site.) Project Name:Oakridge Rd Improvements: Quarry Rd To Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 160) $873,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct 10-12 ft travel lanes with 7 ft parking lanes, 6 ft wide separated concrete sidewalk on south side of roadway (390 ft long) and 6 ft wide asphalt pathway on north side (530 ft long). Install curb and gutter on both sides. Right-of-Way not included. TRANSPORTATION - ROADWAY 54 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Roadway (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Quarry Rd-Galewood: Intersection Improvements (TSP 155)$34,000 Project Description:Th is project will install curb and gutter to better defi ne channelization at intersection. Install heavy landscape. Consider on street parking im- pacts. Project Name:Seville Ave Sidewalk: Lake Forest to Roosevelt (TSP 51)$1,916,000 Project Description: Th is project will install new pavement only within existing curbs from Oakridge/Reese to Kruse Way. NHS/AASHTO standards apply, may need design exception. Project Name:Tryon Creek Bridge and Culvert Replacement (TSP 231)$2,191,000 Project Description: Th is project would replace existing 90-year old concrete box culvert with steel truss bridge. Bridge will contain 4-5 travel lanes, bike lanes, and sidewalks; a multi-use trail is planned along the creek. Traffi c signal at Terwilliger is not included in this project. Included in this project is a second steel truss bridge for the Portland & Western railroad crossing of Tyron Creek and a concrete span bridge for the Stampher Road Crossing. Local cost likely to be 10% of total, estimated at $19.1M (using federal grant program). Project Name:West Sunset Extension (TSP 230)$1,584,000 Project Description:Th e West Sunset Extension would provide a street connection between Boones Ferry Road and Upper Drive as depicted in the West Lake Grove Plan. Th e improvements would include two travel lanes, a turn lane, on- street parking, sidewalks, landscaping, and street furniture. TRANSPORTATION - INTERSECTIONS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 55 …..…..……….…………...Projected….…..………………….… IntersecƟ ons Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected Jean Rd/Pilkington Signal InstallaƟ on (TSP 62) SDC 1,030,000 231,000 1,261,000 Total 1,030,000 231,000 00001,261,000 Unfunded 6 Corner IntersecƟ on Alignment Improvements (TSP 54) Street 1,138,000 65th Ave/McEwan Rd IntersecƟ on Improvement (TSP 302) Street 443,000 A Ave/8th Signal Improvements (TSP 66) Street 64,000 Bangy/Bonita Signal Interconnect (TSP 72) Street 63,000 Boones Ferry Rd/Knaus Rd Signal InstallaƟ on Street 1,263,000 Boones Ferry Rd at MercanƟ le Pedestrian Crosswalk Signal Street 100,000 Boones Ferry Rd Signal Interconnect: I-5 to Bryant (TSP 71) Street 296,000 Bryant Rd/Childs Rd Signal InstallaƟ on (TSP 68) Street 659,000 Bryant Rd/Lakeview Blvd IntersecƟ on Improvement Street 557,000 Carman Dr/Bonita Rd/Waluga Dr Signal InstallaƟ on Street 2,111,000 Goodall Rd/Country Club/Uplands Dr Signal InstallaƟ on Street 3,308,000 Hwy 43/McVey Ave IntersecƟ on Improvements (TSP 111) Street 41,000 Hwy 43/Terwilliger IntersecƟ on Improvements (TSP 110) Street 41,000 Jean Rd/Jean Way IntersecƟ on Improvement (TSP 303) Street 216,000 Staff ord Rd/Bergis Rd Signal InstallaƟ on (TSP 141) Street 1,183,000 Total 00000011,483,000 TRANSPORTATION - INTERSECTIONS 56 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Jean Rd/Pilkington: Signal Installation (TSP 62) Project Description:Th is project will install a traffi c signal for transportation capacity, effi ciency and safety. Improvements include reconstruction of each of the four approaches for 150 feet, including curb and gutter, six foot bike lanes, six foot sidewalks and ADA ramps at each corning. SRTS route. (See related TSP projects.) Revised from the TSP description, due to results from Traffi c Signal Assessment report, stating that this intersection meets two MUTCD warrants. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:TSP, Traffi c Signal Assessment report (2016) Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating SDC’s 1,030,000 231,000 1,261,000 Bonds Grants Resources Total $1,030,000 $231,000 $- $- $- $- $1,261,000 Expenses Design 150,000 150,000 Proj. Admin 50,000 50,000 Construction 830,000 231,000 1,061,000 Expenses Total $1,030,000 $231,000 $- $- $- $- $1,261,000 TRANSPORTATION - INTERSECTIONS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 57 Intersections Unfunded Total Project Name:6 Corner Intersection Alignment Improvements (TSP 54)$1,138,000 Project Description:Th is project will realign the two northerly legs of this intersection to eliminate many confl ict points, improve traffi c fl ow and safety, reduce congestion and improve line of sight. Th e project will combine the north left of Iron Mountain and Bayberry into one approach and remove the undefi ned landscaped area. Provide for stormwater collection and treat- ment. Project Name:65th Ave/McEwan Rd Intersection Improvement (TSP 302)$443,000 Project Description:Th is project will address the intersection geometry to accommodate freight movements. Improvements include reconstruction of 600 ft of pavement with two 14 ft shared use lanes, 8 ft concrete sidewalk separat- ed by stormwater planter/landscape strip with curb on north/west sides of street. Utility coordination needed to relocate poles. (See TSP 301) Project Name:A Ave/8th Signal Interconnect (TSP 66)$64,000 Project Description:Th is project will upgrade the traffi c signal at 8th St and A Ave. Project includes installing communications, loop detection at 8th St, and had wiring the school zone beacons to direct power (remove solar panels). Project Name:Bangy/Bonita Signal Interconnect (TSP 72)$63,000 Project Description:Th is project will install signal interconnect; detection needed. Coordi- nate with Washington County (Tigard) signal west o I-5. Project Name:Boones Ferry Rd/Knaus Rd: Signal Installation $1,263,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct 250 ft long widening along Boones Ferry Rd and Knaus, including curb and sidewalk and storm drain revisions. Install traffi c signal with pedestrian signals. TRANSPORTATION - INTERSECTIONS 58 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Intersections (Con’t) Unfunded Total Project Name:Boones Ferry Rd at Mercantile Pedestrian Crosswalk Signal $100,000 Project Description:Th is project will install pedestrian signalization for the east leg of the intersection of Boones Ferry Rd and Mercantile Dr in order to comply with MUTCD standards for signalized intersections. Project Name:Boones Ferry Rd Signal Interconnect: I-5 to Bryant (TSP 71)$296,000 Project Description:Th is project will complete signal interconnect for seven signals, coordinate with ODOT and Tualatin/Washington County signals. Project Name:Bryant Rd/Childs Rd Signal Installation (TSP 68)$659,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct 250 ft long widening to the east on Bryant for left turn lane; 300 ft widening to the south on Childs for left turn lane, including curb and sidewalk and storm drain revisions. Install traffi c signal with pedestrian signals. Project Name:Bryant Rd/Lakeview Blvd Intersection Improvement $557,000 Project Description:Th is project will improve the capacity by construction a southbound left turn lane on Bryant Rd. Th is will also allow the signal timing to be improved and reduce queue lengths currently extending to the railroad crossing. Project Name:Carman Dr/Bonita Rd/Waluga Dr Signal Installation $2,111,000 Project Description:Th is project will install a traffi c signal for transportation capacity, ef- fi ciency and safety. Improvements include reconstruction of each of the four approaches for 150 ft , including curb and gutter, 6 ft bike lanes, 6 ft sidewalks and ADA ramps at each corner. See related TSP projects. Traffi c Signal Assessment report states that this intersection meets three MUTCD warrants. TRANSPORTATION - INTERSECTIONS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 59 Intersections (Con’t) Unfunded Total Project Name:Goodall Rd/Country Club Rd/Uplands Dr Signal Installation $3,308,000 Project Description:Th is project will install a traffi c signal for transportation capacity, ef- fi ciency and safety. Improvements may include installing an off set traffi c signal, or realigning Uplands Dr to meet Goodall Rd. Storm sewer lines must be replaced under Country Club at the same time. Minimum improvements include construction 6 ft sidewalks and ADA ramps at each corner. SRTS route. Traffi c Signal Assessment report states that this intersection meets MUTCD warrants at year 2023. Project Name:Hwy 43/McVey Intersection Improvements (TSP 111)$41,000 Project Description:Th is project will install speed radar feedback signs immediately aft er the McVey/Highway 43 (State St) intersection to help slow vehicles entering part of downtown Lake Oswego. Project Name:Hwy 43/Terwilliger Intersection Improvements (TSP #110)$41,000 Project Description:Th is project will install speed radar feedback signs immediately aft er the Terwilliger/Highway 43 (State St) intersection to help slow vehicles entering part of downtown Lake Oswego. Project Name:Jean Rd/Jean Way Intersection Improvement (TSP 303)$216,000 Project Description:Th is project will address the intersection geometry to accommodate change in traffi c patterns and improve pedestrian access and safety. (See TSP 301) Project Name:Staff ord Rd/Bergis Rd Signal Installation (TSP 141)$1,183,000 Project Description:Th is project will install a traffi c signal for transportation capacity, ef- fi ciency and safety. Improvements include reconstruction of each of the three approaches for 150 ft ., including curb and gutter, 6 ft . bike lanes, 6 ft . sidewalks and ADA ramps at each corner. SRTS route. (See related TSP projects). At Sunny Hill intersection, install NB left turn lane on Staff ord; remove SB right turn lane. Revised from the TSP description, due to results from Traffi c Signal Assessment report, stating that this intersection currently meets two MUTCD warrants. TRANSPORTATION - INTERSECTIONS 60 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 61 …..…..………...………...Projected…..…..………………….… Pathways Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected ADA Sidewalk Ramp Retrofi t Program Street 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 110,000 510,000 Knaus Rd Pathway (TSP 19) WO 272 SDC 432,000 432,000 Miscellaneous Bike/Pedestrian Improvements SDC/Street 350,000 350,000 150,000 150,000 1,000,000 Total 862,000 430,000 230,000 230,000 80,000 110,000 1,942,000 Unfunded 10th Street Sidewalk: E Ave to G Ave (TSP 215)Street 401,000 Ash St Sidewalk & Pathway: Erickson to O’Brien St (TSP 176) Street 592,000 Atwater Rd Sidewalks: Knaus Rd to Boca Ratan Dr (TSP 213) Street 744,000 B Ave Sidewalk: 9th St to 10th St (TSP 218)Street 26,000 Barton Rd Pathway: Riven Dell Rd to Childs Rd (TSP 184) Street 1,100,000 Bergis Rd/Cornell Pathway: Bergis Farm Dr/Cornell St to exisƟ ng path (TSP 100) Street 669,000 Berwick Rd Pathway: Berwick Ct to Ellis Ave (TSP 44) Street 43,000 Boca Ratan Dr Sidewalk: Atwater to Bonniebrae (TSP 3) Street 405,000 Boones Ferry Rd Pathway: Washington Ct to Pilkington Rd (TSP 132) Street 149,000 Burma Rd Sidewalks: Bangy Rd to Carman Dr (TSP 199) Street 875,000 C Ave Sidewalk: 10th St to Country Club (TSP 219) Street 506,000 Canyon Dr Neighborhood Pathway: Dellwood to South Shore (TSP 4) Street 649,000 Centerwood St Sidewalk: Red Leaf to city limit (TSP 84) Street 125,000 Childs Rd (east) Pathway: Staff ord to 35th (TSP 97) Street 3,978,000 Childs Rd (west) Pathway: Canal Rd to Sycamore Ave (TSP 7) Street 456,000 Cloverleaf Dr Sidewalk: Banyan to Fernwood Dr (TSP 53) Street 378,000 Crest Dr Pathway: Prestwick Rd to Ridgecrest (TSP 207) Street 569,000 Daniel Way Sidewalk: Kruse Woods Pl to Carman Dr (TSP 9) Street 230,000 Dellwood Dr Pathway: Canyon Dr to Fernwood Cir (TSP #183) Street 141,000 Depot Street Pathway: Lakeview Blvd to Bridgeport to Milwaukie Regional Trail (TSP 188) Street 190,000 Douglas Way Pathway Entrance: Barricade Replacing DelineaƟ on Poles Street 32,000 Douglas Way Sidewalk: Quarry to Hallmark (TSP 41) Street 540,000 Douglas Way Sidewalk: west of Hallmark (TSP 157) Street 139,000 E Ave Pathway: 4th to 10th (TSP 10)Street 627,000 E Ave Sidewalk: State to 1st (TSP 58)Street 156,000 TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS 62 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 …..…..………...………...Projected…..…..………………….… Pathways Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Unfunded (cont.) Erickson St Sidewalk: Maple St to Laurel St. (TSP 178) Street 613,000 Evergreen Rd Pathway: 4th to 10th (TSP 45) Street 206,000 F Ave Pathway: 10th St to ACC (TSP 216) Street 435,000 Fernwood Circle Pathway: Fernwood Dr to Fernwood Dr (TSP 48) Street 461,000 Fernwood Dr: South Shore to Marjorie (TSP 11) Street 1,021,000 Fir Ridge Rd Sidewalk: Twin Fir to Wembley Park Rd (TSP 12) Street 131,000 Fosberg Rd Pathway: Melrose to Carman (TSP 81) Street 272,000 G Ave Pathway: 4th to 2nd St (TSP 217) Street 320,000 Glen Eagles Pl Pathway: Wembley Park Rd to Glen Eagles Rd (TSP 205) Street 200,000 Glen Eagles Rd Pathway: Wembley Park Rd to Prestwick (TSP 204) Street 727,000 Glenmorrie Dr (west) Pathway: Green Bluff to Hwy 43 (TSP 99) Street 268,000 Glenmorrie Dr (west) Sidewalk: Cherry Ln to Green Bluff Dr (TSP 174) Street 900,000 Goodall Rd Pathway: Knaus to Country Club (TSP 15) Street 987,000 Green Bluff Pathway: Wayside to Glenmorrie Dr (TSP 98) Street 1,697,000 Greentree Rd Sidewalk: Fernwood to Westview (TSP 16) Street 806,000 Hallinan Sidewalk: Hemlock to Cherry (TSP 89) Street 235,000 Harvey Way-MercanƟ le Dr Pathway ConnecƟ on (TSP 165) Street 400,000 Hemlock St Sidewalk: Parrish to Cornell (TSP 179) Street 608,000 Hillside Dr Sidewalk: Palisades Crest Dr to Fernwood Cir (TSP 47) Street 213,000 Hwy 43 Buff ered Pathway: Public Storage to Briarwood (TSP 74) Street 2,479,000 Kelok Pathway: South Shore to Bryant Rd (TSP 17) Street 1,875,000 Kerr Pkwy (north) Pathway: PCC to Multnomah. Co line (TSP 73) Street 1,929,000 Knaus Rd Pathway: Boones Ferry Rd to Country Club Rd (TSP 19) Street 5,169,000 Kruse Way Enhanced Sidewalk: MercanƟ le Dr to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 153) Street 464,000 Kruse Way Pathway: Galewood Pathway ConnecƟ on (TSP 164) Street 72,000 Lake Forest Dr Pathway: Ellis Ave to Berwick Rd (TSP 43) Street 203,000 Lake Oswego to TualaƟ n Trail (TSP 144)Street 2,956,000 Lakeview Boulevard Pathway: Bryant Rd to South Shore Blvd (TSP 124) Street 674,000 Lakeview Blvd Pathway: Jean Rd to 65th Ave (TSP 75) Street 667,000 TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 63 …..…..………...………...Projected…..…..………………….… Pathways Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Unfunded (cont.) Lakeview Blvd Pathway: Summit Dr to Iron Mtn Blvd (TSP 20) Street 1,840,000 Lakewood Rd Sidewalk: North Shore to Lake Oswego Swim Park (TSP 221) Street 373,000 Lanewood St/Douglas Circle Sidewalk & Pathway: Twin Fir to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 21) Street 373,000 Lanewood-Lake Grove Ave Pathway ConnecƟ on (TSP 163) Street 235,000 Lee St Sidewalk: Hemlock St to Aspen Park/Palisades 2 Resv (TSP 180) Street 350,000 Library to ACC Pathway (TSP 23) Street 359,000 LO-Tigard/Bridgeport-to-Milwaukie Trail ConnecƟ on (TSP 145) Street 1,626,000 Maple St Sidewalks: Erickson to GRP Trail (TSP 177) Street 428,000 Marjorie Ave Pathway: Fernwood Dr to Cloverleaf Dr (TSP 182) Street 135,000 McNary Parkway Pathway: Kerr Parkway to Churchill Downs (TSP 120) Street 529,000 Meadowlark Lane Sidewalk: Overlook Dr to Ridge Pointe Dr (TSP 24) Street 284,000 MercanƟ le Dr Sidewalk: Hallmark to Boones Fry Rd. (TSP 25) Street 315,000 Mossy Brae Rd Pathway: River Run Park to Staff ord Rd. (TSP 185) Street 2,996,000 North Shore Pathway: Cabana Ln to Hwy 43 (TSP 220) Street 1,287,000 Oak St Pathway: McVey to Palisades Terrace Dr (TSP 26) Street 152,000 Oakridge Rd Sidewalk: Bonaire to Waluga Rd (TSP 159) Street 1,437,000 O’Brien St Sidewalk & Pathway: Ash St. to Hallinan Open Space (TSP 175) Street 280,000 Palisades Crest Dr Neighborhood Sidewalk: Hillside Dr to Cook’s BuƩ e Park (TSP 27) Street 173,000 Pilkington Rd Pathway: Pilkington Park/Dawn St to Childs Rd (TSP 90) Street 105,000 Prestwick Rd Pathway: Glen Eagles Rd to Crest Dr (TSP 206) Street 334,000 Quarry Rd Sidewalk: Oakridge to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 158) Street 129,000 Red Leaf St Sidewalk: Pilkington to Tualata (TSP 82) Street 114,000 River-to-River Trail (TSP 94)Street 6,684,000 Roosevelt Ave Sidewalk: Washington Ct to Harrington (TSP 50) Street 1,624,000 South Shore Blvd Pathway: Lakeview to McVey (TSP 88) Street 7,600,000 Staff ord Rd Pathway: Rosemont to Childs (TSP 96) Street 2,743,000 Sunningdale Rd Sidewalks: Andrews Rd to 10th St (TSP 214) Street 376,000 TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS 64 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 …..…..………...………...Projected…..…..………………….… Pathways Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Unfunded (cont.) Thoma Rd Sidewalk & Pathway: Knaus Rd to LO High School (TSP 209) Street 359,000 Timberline Drive Sidewalk: Knaus Rd to Bonniebrae Dr (TSP 29) Street 538,000 Touchstone Rd Pathway: Kerr Parkway to Carman Drive (TSP 130) Street 48,000 Treetop Ln Sidewalk: Overlook Dr to Fernwood Dr (TSP 46) Street 207,000 Tualata Sidewalk: Red Leaf to Jean Rd (TSP 83) Street 546,000 Twin Fir Rd Pathway: Upper Drive & Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 30) Street 2,118,000 Uplands Dr Pathway: Ridgecrest Rd to Wembley Park Rd (TSP 208) Street 341,000 Waluga Dr Pathway: Oakridge to Madrona (TSP #31) Street 332,000 Washington Court Pathway: Queens Park Rd to Lake Forest Blvd (TSP 32) Street 578,000 Westlake Dr Sidewalk: Kruse Way to Amberwood Circle (TSP 85) Street 521,000 Westview Dr Sidewalk: Greentree Rd to South Shore (TSP 33) Street 1,041,000 WillameƩ e Greenway Trail: WillameƩ e Shore Line (Trol- ley) Trail (TSP 95) Street 5,484,000 WillameƩ e River Greenway Trail: Foothills Park to Tryon Cove Park (TSP 87) Street 1,411,000 WillameƩ e River Greenway Trail: George Rogers Park to Riverbend Condos (TSP 86) Street 364,000 WillameƩ e River Greenway Trail: Roehr Park Pathway Repair/Upgrade (TSP 28) Street 288,000 WillameƩ e Steps (TSP 137) Street 2,520,000 Total 00000090,285,000 TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 65 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 110,000 510,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $80,000 $80,000 $80,000 $80,000 $80,000 $110,000 $510,000 Expenses Design 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 30,000 130,000 Proj. Admin Construction 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 80,000 380,000 Expenses Total $80,000 $80,000 $80,000 $80,000 $80,000 $110,000 $510,000 Project Name:ADA Sidewalk Ramp Retrofi t Program Project Description:Th is annual program addresses the need to retrofi t existing sidewalk ramps and bring them into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Locations vary throughout the city and will be identifi ed based on inventory analysis work conducted by staff . Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:Annual Justifi cation:Federal Mandate TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS 66 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total SDC’s Operating SDC’s 432,000 432,000 Bonds Grants Resources Total $432,000 $- $- $- $- $- $432,000 Expenses Design 45,000 45,000 Proj. Admin 15,000 15,000 Construction 372,000 372,000 Expenses Total $432,000 $- $- $- $- $- $432,000 Project Name:Knaus Rd Pathway (TSP 19) WO 272 Project Description:Th is project is a 6 ft wide separated asphalt pathway from Boones Ferry Rd to Goodall Rd, fi ll in gaps approximately 900 ft in length. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:TMP TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 67 Project Name:Miscellaneous Bike/Pedestrian Improvements Project Description Identify projects from the Transportation System Plan or from recommendations from the Transportation Advisory Board that would be primarily for adding new pathways or bikeways. Projects may range from striping changes to small pavement widening or sidewalk installation. Locations to be determined under advisement from TAB and City Council. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:Annual Justifi cation:Capacity Improvements Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total SDC’s/Street Operating 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 600,000 SDC’s 200,000 200,000 400,000 Bonds Grants Resources Total $350,000 $350,000 $150,000 $150,000 $- $- $1,000,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction 350,000 350,000 150,000 150,000 1,000,000 Expenses Total $350,000 $350,000 $150,000 $150,000 $- $- $1,000,000 TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS 68 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Pathways Unfunded Total Project Name:10th St Sidewalk: E Ave to G Ave (TSP 215)$401,000 Project Description: Th is project consists of constructing an 750 ft long, 6 ft wide separated sidewalk (meandering, 6 ft average landscape strip) on the east side of the road. Extends a connection. Project Name:Ash St Sidewalk & Pathway: Erickson to O’Brien St (TSP 176)$592,000 Project Description:Th is project creates a 250 ft long pathway and 1,000 ft long sidewalk, 5 ft wide. Th e section between Oak and Yates is in an unconstructed right-of- way. Th e project has adequate right-of-way. Project Name:Atwater Rd Sidewalks: Knaus Rd to Boca Ratan Dr (TSP 213) $744,000 Project Description:Th is project consists of a 1,700 ft long, 6 ft wide curb tight sidewalks. Atwater needs to be fully reconstructed. Extends a connection and will connect to adjacent TSP projects. Subject to road transfer from Clackamas County. Project Name:B Ave Sidewalk: 9th St to 8th St (TSP 218)$26,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 160 ft long, 6 ft wide separated sidewalk, includes a 6 ft landscape strip, on the south side of the street to complete a connection. Right-of-way is adequate. Project Name:Barton Rd Pathway: Riven Dell Road to Childs Road (TSP 184)$1,100,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 3,050 ft long, 6 ft wide separated asphalt pathway. All property under County Jurisdiction and outside a Lake Oswego’s urban services boundary. Project Name:Bergis Rd/Cornell Pathway: Bergis Farm Dr/Cornell St to Existing Path (TSP 100) $669,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 2,400 ft long, 6 ft wide separated asphalt pathway on north/west side of roadway. Extends a connection. Subject to road transfer from Clackamas County. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 69 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Berwick Rd Pathway: Berwick Ct to Ellis Ave (TSP #44)$43,000 Project Description: Th is project consists of a 200 ft long, 5 ft wide separated asphalt pathway on the east side of the roadway to connect with proposed Lake Forest Dr Pathway. Flat terrain, space already being used as pathway/parking. Parking will be removed. Project Name:Boca Ratan Dr Sidewalk: Atwater to Bonniebrae (TSP 3)$405,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct a 1,600 ft long, 6 ft wide concrete sidewalk that is separated from the curb by a 7 ft landscape strip along the east side of the street; some R/W required (optional curb-tight sidewalk, if necessary). Th is pathway was on the 2002 TAB “Top 10 List” and is within the Forest Hills SRTS. Project Name:Boones Ferry Rd Pathway: Washington Ct to Pilkington Rd (TSP 132) $149,000 Project Description:Th is project creates a 1,000 ft long, 6 ft wide separated asphalt pathway. Completes a connection between existing sidewalk at Boones/Pilkington and incomplete pathway above retaining wall. NHS/AASHTO standards apply, design exception needed. Project Name:Burma Rd Sidewalks: Bangy Rd to Carman Dr (TSP 199)$875,000 Project Description: Th is project consists of a 2,000 ft long, 6 ft wide curb-tight sidewalk. Completes gaps in curb and gutter, curb-tight sidewalks on both sides. Subject to road transfer from Clackamas County. Project Name:C Ave Sidewalk: 10th St to Country Club (TSP 219)$506,000 Project Description: Th is project consists of a 950 ft long, 5 ft wide separated sidewalk with a 6 ft landscape strip on the south side of road. Th is project extends a connection. Transit on Country Club. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS 70 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Canyon Dr Pathway: Dellwood to South Shore (TSP 4)$649,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 1,150 ft long, 5 ft wide asphalt shoulder pathway on the east side of the road. Storm drains are needed along the length. A 400 ft section between Park Rd and Greentree Rd is uncon- structed R/W and needs heavy rock section to manage soft soils/natural springs. R/W appears adequate. Project Name:Centerwood St Sidewalk: Red Leaf to City Limit (TSP 84)$125,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct a 650 ft long, 5.5 ft wide separated concrete sidewalk on the north side of the roadway. Extends a connection to proposed Tualata sidewalk. Existing curbs. Subject to road transfer from Clackamas County. Project Name:Childs Rd (east) Pathway: Staff ord to 35th (TSP 97)$3,978,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 6,400 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt shoulder/pathway on one (north) side of roadway within Clackamas County right-of-way. Retaining walls and tree removals will be required. Th is project extends a connection to proposed Staff ord Rd Pathway from sidewalks at 35th and Childs Rd (west) Pathway. Listed on Clackamas County TSP. Project Name:Childs Rd (west) Pathway: Canal Rd to Sycamore Ave (TSP 7)$456,000 Project Description: Th is project consists of a 1,400 ft long, 6 ft wide separated asphalt pathway on one side of the road. Due to the wetlands, project must include drain- age system and/or consider a boardwalk alternative. Signifi cant vegetation removal. Project Name:Cloverleaf Dr Sidewalk: Banyan to Fernwood Dr (TSP 53)$378,000 Project Description: Th is project includes a 1,800 ft long, 5.5 ft wide curb-tight concrete side- walk along school property. Existing curbs on both sides. Minor Tree and embankment issues, meander sidewalk around trees. Initiates a connec- tion, may connect to Fernwood Dr Pathway. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 71 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Crest Dr Pathway: Prestwick Rd to Ridgecrest (TSP 207)$569,000 Project Description:Th is project creates a 1500 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt shoulder pathway. Project Name:Daniel Way Sidewalk: Kruse Woods Pl to Carman Dr (TSP 9)$230,000 Project Description: Th is project consists of constructing an 800 ft long, 5 ft wide separated sidewalk on the west side of the road. Remove parking and rebuild land- scape islands within the existing private parking area. Subject to transfer of private property into the public right-of-way. Project Name:Dellwood Dr Pathway: Canyon Dr to Fernwood Cir (TSP 183)$141,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 370 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt shoulder pathway and 5 ft landscape strip. Two driveway rebuilds. Right-of-way is adequate. Project Name:Depot Street Pathway: Lakeview Blvd to Bridgeport to Mil- waukie Regional Trail (TSP 188) $190,000 Project Description:Th is project creates a 500 ft long, 6 ft wide separated asphalt pathway. Par- tially unconstructed right-of-way at Lower St, existing soft -surface trail. May need stairs/switchback trail to get up to Railroad right-of-way. Project Name:Douglas Way Pathway Entrance: Barricade Replacing Delin- eation Poles $32,000 Project Description: Th is project will replace the white delineation poles with railing that is mounted on higher curbing at the pathway entrance on Douglas Way form Quarry Road Crosswalk. Project Name:Douglas Way Sidewalk: Quarry to Hallmark (TSP 41)$540,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 900 ft long, 6 ft wide sidewalk separated from the curb by a 5 ft landscape strip on the south side of the road. Completes a connection for this SRTS route to match existing development ap- proaching Boones Ferry Road. Several driveway rebuilds are assumed. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS 72 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Douglas Way Sidewalk: West of Hallmark (TSP 157)$139,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 260 ft long, 6 ft wide sidewalk with curb and gutter, 5 ft landscape strip on both sides of the road. Completes a connection for this SRTS route to match existing development approaching Boones Ferry Road. Several driveway rebuilds are assumed. (See project #41) Project Name:E Ave Pathway: 4th to 10th (TSP 10)$627,000 Project Description:E Ave pathway will be a 1642 ft long, 5 ft wide asphalt pathway between 4th St and 10th St that includes stormwater drainage improvements. Th e pathway is part of the Comprehensive Plan and is included in the Metro Regional Pathway/Trail plan. Th e First Addition Neighborhood has been very proactive in maintaining a clear right-of-way. Alta Planning has completed preliminary design for the pathway project. Th e City will continue to look for grant fund opportunities to fund this project. It is important to note that the entire neighborhood lacks surface water drainage systems. Surface water runoff would be increased by this project, which is a concern of the neighborhood. Using the November 2009 drainage study for the area, the cost of a sustainable low impact development drainage system is approximately $148,000 per block. To work on the pathway as a stand-alone project and to address the drainage within the project limits, approximately eight (8) blocks of drainage work would need to be added, amounting to an additional $1.2 million. Project Name:E Ave Sidewalk: State to 1st (TSP 58)$156,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 600 ft long, 5.5 ft wide curb-tight concrete sidewalk, preferably on north side. Coordinate existing curb shift to accommodate sidewalk, on-street parking mitigation. Th is project completes a connection. Connects to Metro’s Hillsdale to LO Regional Trail. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 73 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Erickson St Sidewalk: Maple St to Laurel St (TSP 178)$613,000 Project Description:Th is project creates a 740 ft long, 6 ft wide curb-tight sidewalk along east side of road. Will add curb and gutter and 8.5 ft parking lane pavement. Will include two driveway rebuilds. Project Name:Evergreen Rd Pathway: 4th to 10th (TSP 45)$206,000 Project Description: Th is project consists of a 1,400 ft long, 5 ft wide separated asphalt pathway on the north side of the roadway, completing a connection. Will require widening and removal of on-street parking. Project Name:F Ave Pathway: 10th St to ACC (TSP 216)$435,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 1,150 ft long, 6 ft wide separated asphalt pathway with a 5 ft landscape strip. Initiates a connection and will connect to adjacent TSP projects. Project Name:Fernwood Circle Pathway: Fernwood Dr to Fernwood Dr (TSP 48) $461,000 Project Description: Th is project includes a 1,400 ft long, 5 ft wide separated asphalt pathway on one side of street (north and west side) to connect with proposed Hillside Dr Sidewalk and Fernwood Dr Pathway. (no curbs on Fernwood Circle) Project Name:Fernwood Dr Pathway: South Shore to Marjorie (TSP 11)$1,021,000 Project Description: Th is project includes a 3,300 ft long, 6 ft wide attached asphalt pathway on the west/south side of the road. Pathway could impact on-street parking and need extensive stormwater improvements. Project Name:Fir Ridge Rd Sidewalk: Twin Fir to Wembley Park Rd (TSP 12)$131,000 Project Description:Th is project includes a 900 ft long, 5.5 ft wide concrete sidewalk separated by a 5’ landscape strip on the north side of the roadway. Existing curb available; R/W appears adequate. Th is sidewalk would connect at one end with Wembley Park pathway and Springbrook Park. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS 74 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Fosberg Rd Pathway: Melrose to Carman (TSP 81)$272,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct a 2,000 ft long, 5 ft wide separated asphalt pathway along the west side of roadway. Minor on-street parking reductions. Completes a connection. Project Name:G Ave Pathway: 4th St to 2nd St (TSP 217)$320,000 Project Description:Th is project consists of a 750 ft long, 6 ft wide separated sidewalk (meandering, 6 ft average landscape strip) on east side of road. Th is project extends a connection. Project Name:Glen Eagles Pl Pathway: Wembley Park Rd to Glen Eagles Rd (TSP 205) $200,000 Project Description:Th is project includes a 525 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt shoulder pathway. Project Name:Glen Eagles Rd Pathway: Wembley Park Rd to Prestwick (TSP 204) $727,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 1,920 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt shoulder pathway. Project Name:Glenmorrie Dr (west) Pathway: Green Bluff to Hwy 43 (TSP 99) $268,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 650 ft long, 5 ft wide asphalt shoulder/pathway. Installs wide strip and RPMs. Extends a bike connection from Hwy 43. Transit connection on Hwy 43. Connects to related TSP project east of Hwy 43. Project Name:Glenmorrie Dr (west) Pathway: Cherry Lane to Green Bluff Dr (TSP 174) $900,000 Project Description:Th is project creates a 2,000 ft long, 5 ft wide asphalt shoulder/pathway. Including the install of wide strip and RPMs. Th is pathway will connect to related TSP projects on Glenmorrie Dr (see project #99). TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 75 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Goodall Rd Pathway: Knaus to Country Club (TSP 15)$987,000 Project Description:Th is project consists of a 3,300 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt pathway on the east side of the roadway. Approximately 50% will be shoulder pathway, and 50% will be separated by a ditch/swale. Minor R/W is needed to accommodate the swale. Portions will be subject to a road transfer from Clackamas County. Project Name:Green Bluff Pathway: Wayside to Glenmorrie Dr (TSP 98)$1,697,000 Project Description:Th is project consists of a 3,700 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt shoulder/pathway on one side of roadway. Will include installation of wide strip and RPMs for full length. Th is project extends a connection from Wayside, may connect to proposed Glenmorrie pathway. Stormwater improvements required. Located in landslide area. Project Name:Greentree Rd Sidewalk: Fernwood to Westview (TSP 16)$806,000 Project Description: Th is project includes a 2,400 ft long, 5.5 ft wide curb-tight concrete sidewalk on one side of the road. Use of shoulder areas would eliminate parking. Project requires roadway widening, retaining walls, and storm drainage modifi cations. Project Name:Hallinan Sidewalk: Hemlock to Cherry (TSP 89)$235,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct a 1,000 ft long, 5.5 ft wide curb-tight concrete sidewalk on both sides. Extends connections. Existing curbs on both sides. Will need to rebuild all driveways. Project Name:Harvey Way-Mercantile Dr Pathway Connection (TSP 165)$400,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 120 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt pathway. Pedestrian bridge over wet area may be required. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS 76 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Hemlock St Sidewalk: Parrish to Cornell (TSP 179)$608,000 Project Description:Th is project creates the following: Parrish to Lee - a 460 ft long, 6 ft wide curb-tight sidewalk along east side of road. Will remove existing curb and 4 ft of road surfacing (street is 36 ft wide currently). Includes multiple driveway rebuilds. Lee to Cornell - 491 ft long, 6 ft wide curb- tight sidewalk along north side of road. Adding curb and gutter and 15 ft travel lane width. Includes multiple driveway rebuilds. Project Name:Hillside Dr Sidewalk: Palisades Crest Dr to Fernwood Cir (TSP #47) $213,000 Project Description:Th is project creates a 1,600 ft long, 5.5 ft wide curb-tight concrete sidewalk on one side of roadway, initiating a route. Existing curbs on both sides. Project Name:Hwy 43 Buff ered Pathway: Public Storage to Briarwood (TSP 74) $2,479,000 Project Description: Th is project consists of 2,000 ft striping to create a pathway (buff er), on the east side only. Will need to coordinate with ODOT and Clackamas County. Major widening, retaining wall and guardrail will be needed between public storage and Stampher Road (~300 ft long); otherwise plenty of existing shoulder pavements. NHS/AASHTO/ODOT standards will apply. Project Name:Kelok Pathway - South Shore to Bryant Rd (TSP 17)$1,875,000 Project Description: Th is project includes a 1,000 ft long, 5 ft wide asphalt pathway separated by a 5 ft landscape strip on one side of the road. Project Name:Kerr Pkwy (north) Pathway: PCC to Multnomah Co. Line (TSP 73) $1,929,000 Project Description: Th is project includes a 2700 ft long, 8 ft wide separated asphalt pathway, 3 ft landscape strip on the west/south side of roadway and creates an ADA accessible route at Jeff erson Pkwy. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 77 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Knaus Rd Pathway - Boones Ferry Rd to Country Club Rd (TSP 19) $5,169,000 Project Description: Th is project includes a 4,000’ long, 6 ft wide separated asphalt pathway and 5 ft bike lanes. Some sections subject to transfer with Clackamas County. Completes a connection; many sections have been constructed through redevelopment and annexation, but some R/W may be required. Project is also listed on Metro’s RTP and maybe eligible for regional grant funding; city’s match portion, assumed to be 10% of total cost. Project Name:Kruse Way Enhanced Sidewalk: Mercantile Dr to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 153) $464,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 870 ft long, 9 ft wide separated concrete sidewalk and 10 ft landscape strip on both sides. Retaining walls required. Installation of decorative street lights, heavy landscaping and fl ower baskets. Th e existing curb-tight sidewalk will be removed. Project Name:Kruse Way Pathway: Galewood Pathway Connection (TSP 164) $72,000 Project Description: Th is project consists of a 190 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt pathway. Project Name:Lake Forest Dr Pathway: Ellis Ave to Berwick Rd (TSP 43)$203,000 Project Description: Th is project involves a 1,300 ft long, 5 ft wide separated asphalt pathway along the south side of the roadway to connect with proposed Berwick Road Pathway. Flat terrain, space already being used as pathway/parking. Removal of parking involved. Project Name:Lake Oswego to Tualatin Trail (TSP 144)$2,956,000 Project Description: Th is project consists of constructing a 5000 ft long trail that follows the canal from Bryant Road to River Run Park. New 400 ft long, 15 ft wide bridge across the Tualatin River. Some portions of soft -surface trail exist. Connects to related TSP project - Oswego Canal Trail. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS 78 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Lakeview Blvd Pathway: Bryant Rd to South Shore Blvd (TSP 124) $674,000 Project Description: Th is project includes a 1,500 ft long multi-use shoulder on the south side of the roadway. Includes installation of wide strip and RPMs. Widening and retaining walls will be required. Th is project will extend a connection. Project Name:Lakeview Blvd Pathway: Jean Rd to 65th Ave (TSP 75)$667,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 2,300 ft long, 5 ft wide separated asphalt pathway or sidewalk, likely on the north/west side of the roadway. Will install storm drain system. May involve loss of parking and minor vegeta- tion removal. Th is project completes a connection. Project Name:Lakeview Blvd Pathway: Summit Dr to Iron Mtn. Blvd (TSP 20)$1,840,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct a 1,000 ft long, 5 ft wide attached asphalt path- way on the east side of the roadway. Includes crosswalk at Iron Mountain roundabout and crossing over RR tracks. Right-of-way required and an extensive (450 ft long, 20 ft high) retaining wall. Road reconstruction is possible. Project Name:Lakewood Rd Sidewalk: North Shore to Lake Oswego Swim Park (TSP 221) $373,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 700 ft long, 6 ft wide separated sidewalk (no curb, 6 ft landscape strip) and completes a connection. Project Name:Lanewood St/Douglas Circle Sidewalk & Pathway: Twin Fir to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 21) $373,000 Project Description:Th is project includes a 2,100 ft long, 5 ft wide sidewalk/pathway that would run along Lanewood St and Douglas Circle between Twin Fir Rd and Boones Ferry Rd. Within the Lake Grove Village Center boundary, the improvements shall be made as concrete sidewalks on both sides of the street. Outside of the center an asphalt pathway is proposed. Th e area has very few physical issues and is in the Lake Grove Elementary School walking route. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 79 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Lanewood-Lake Grove Ave Pathway Connection (TSP 163)$235,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 620 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt pathway. Will require access easement for pathway. Project Name:Lee St Sidewalk: Hemlock St to Aspen Park/Palisades 2 Resv (TSP 180) $350,000 Project Description:Th is project consists of a 750 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt shoulder pathway. Challenging design at driveways. Existing stair connection between Larch and Aspen Streets. Project Name:Library to ACC Pathway (TSP 23)$359,000 Project Description:Th is project creates a 530 ft long, 6 ft wide attached asphalt pathways on 4th St between E and F Ave (230 ft ) and on G Ave between 4th and 5th (200 ft ). Project could be combined with E Ave Pathway Project to pro- vide connectivity if both facilities remain in the current location. Half-street (10 ft wide) roadway widening required. Project Name:LO-Tigard/Bridgeport-to-Milwaukie Trail Connection (TSP 145) $1,626,000 Project Description:Th is project creates a 3,620 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt shoulder pathway that will connect two trails: LO-Tigard Trail (Country Club/BFR/Kruse) and Bridgeport-to-Milwaukie Trail (P&W rail corridor). Begins at Kruse Way/Boones Ferry Road, extends north to Twin Fir, south to Edgemont, ending at Iron Mtn Park. Completes a connection. Project Name:Maple St Sidewalks: Erickson to GRP Trail (TSP 177)$428,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 800 ft long, 6 ft wide curb-tight sidewalk on north side of roadway. Add curb and gutter and 3 ft travel lane width. 200 ft long, 3 ft high retaining wall needed. Anticipate multiple driveway reconstructions. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS 80 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Marjorie Ave Pathway: Fernwood Dr to Cloverleaf Dr (TSP 182) $135,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 300 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt shoulder pathway. Two driveways will need to be reconstructed. Th is project connects to a related TSP project. Project Name: McNary Parkway Pathway: Kerr Parkway to Churchill Downs (TSP 120) $529,000 Project Description: Th is project provides a 1,400 ft long, 6 ft wide separated asphalt pathway along the east or west side of the roadway. Coordinate with Mountain Park HOA. Project Name:Meadowlark Lane Sidewalk: Overlook Dr to Ridge Pointe Dr (TSP 24) $284,000 Project Description: Th is project would continue an existing 5.5 ft wide curb-tight sidewalk for 700 ft . Existing curb and gutter available. Project will remove some existing landscaping and large trees. Reconstruction of several driveway aprons is necessary. Project lies within a 1/2 mile of schools. Project Name:Mercantile Dr Sidewalk: Hallmark to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 25) $315,000 Project Description:Th is project consists of two 400 ft long, 5 ft wide curb-tight concrete sidewalks between Boones Ferry Road and Hallmark Drive. Short retain- ing wall at the back of walk with handrail is needed on the north side only. Remove and replace all street trees where space allows. Completes a connection. Project Name:Mossy Brae Rd Pathway: River Run Park to Staff ord Rd (TSP 185) $2,996,000 Project Description:Th is project creates a 1.0 mile long, 6 ft wide separated asphalt pathway. 2,200 ft is unimproved and requires right-of-way or easement agreement. May require culvert crossing or pedestrian bridge. All property under County jurisdiction and outside Lake Oswego’s urban services boundary. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 81 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:North Shore Pathway: Cabana Ln to Hwy 43 (TSP 220)$1,287,000 Project Description: Th is project includes a 3,400 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt shoulder pathway, extending a connection. Will involve transit on Hwy 43 and signifi cant private property impacts requiring retaining walls. Project Name:Oak St Pathway: McVey to Palisades Terrace Dr (TSP 26)$152,000 Project Description: Th is project consists of a 1,000 ft long, 5 ft wide asphalt shoulder pathway on the south side of the street, completing a connection. Area is fairly fl at, and R/W is adequate. Lost Dog Creek culvert may have to be extended and roadway widened. Project Name:Oakridge Rd Sidewalk: Bonaire to Waluga Rd (TSP 159)$1,437,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct a 2,700 ft long, 6 ft wide meandering concrete sidewalk, on both sides of the road. Project Name:O’Brien St Sidewalk & Pathway: Ash St to Hallinan Open Space (TSP 175) $280,000 Project Description:Th is project consists of a 250 ft long pathway, 340 ft long sidewalk: 5 ft wide asphalt pathway. Th e section between Ash St and Laurel St is in an unconstructed right-of-way. Project has adequate right-of-way. Project Name:Palisades Crest Dr Neighborhood Sidewalk: Hillside Dr to Cooks Butte Park (TSP 27) $173,000 Project Description:Th is project consists of a 1,100 ft long local pathway between Hillside Dr and Cook’s Butte Park. A sidewalk along the northeast side would be where streetlights already exist. In addition, this route has the fl attest grade and would limit the amount of retaining walls. Several utilities would need to be moved and some trees would be removed. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS 82 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Pilkington Rd Pathway: Pilkington Park to Childs Rd (TSP 90)$105,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 700 ft long, 5 ft wide separated asphalt pathway that extends a connection to proposed Childs Rd pathway. Transit connection on Pilkington. Right-of-Way is Rivergrove. Project Name:Prestwick Rd Pathway: Glen Eagles Rd to Crest Dr (TSP 206)$334,000 Project Description:Th is project constructs a 880 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt shoulder pathway. Project Name:Quarry Rd Sidewalk: Oakridge to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 158)$129,000 Project Description:Th is project constructs a 600 ft long curb and gutter (total), 50 ft long, 6 ft wide curb-tight concrete sidewalk (gap), and several driveway rebuilds. Project Name:Red Leaf St Sidewalk: Pilkington to Tualata (TSP 82)$114,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 650 ft long, 5.5 ft wide separated concrete sidewalk. Subject to road transfer from Clackamas County. Extends a connection to proposed Tualata sidewalk. Existing curbs on both sides. Project Name:River-to-River Trail (TSP 94)$6,684,000 Project Description: Th is project consists of a 8,330 ft long, 10 ft wide trail from George Rogers Park to the Tualatin River. Th is project is eligible for grants. Project Name:Roosevelt Ave Sidewalk: Washington Ct to Harrington (TSP 50) $1,624,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 1,600 ft long, 6 ft wide curb-tight concrete sidewalk on one side of roadway, and will reconstruct a portion of the roadway. Add sanitary sewer and stormwater infrastructure along entire length. Subject to road transfer from Clackamas County. Initiates a connection, may connect to Washington Court Pathway. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 83 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:South Shore Blvd Pathway: Lakeview to McVey (TSP 88)$7,600,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct a 12,800 ft long, 6 ft wide separated asphalt pathway on the south side of roadway. Retaining walls and surface water improvements will be required. Minor right-of-way needed. Project Name:Staff ord Rd Pathway: Rosemont to Childs (TSP 96)$2,743,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 1,700 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt shoulder/ pathway on the west side of the roadway within Clackamas County right-of-way. Will include wide strip with RPMs. Culvert extension to Pecan Creek. Will extend a connection to proposed Childs Rd pathway. Listed on the Clackamas County TSP. Connects to Metro’s River-to-River regional trail on Staff ord/McVey (Hwy 43 to Rosemont). Project Name:Sunningdale Rd Sidewalks: Andrews Rd to 10th St (TSP 214)$376,000 Project Description: Th is project includes a 575 ft long, 5 ft wide curb tight sidewalks and a 275 ft long, 8 ft wide asphalt shoulder pathway. Th is project extends a connection along school property and is a SRTS route. Project Name:Thoma Rd Sidewalk & Pathway: Knaus Rd to LO High School (TSP 209) $359,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 820 ft long of curb and gutter and 6 ft wide asphalt pathway. Right-of-way is adequate. (See TSP #19) Project Name:Timberline Dr Sidewalk: Knaus to Bonniebrae (TSP 29)$538,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 2,700 ft long, 6 ft wide curb-tight concrete sidewalk on one side of the street. Curbs exist along approximately 2/3 of the length. Multiple driveway apron reconstruction, landscaping removal, and mailbox relocations. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS 84 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Touchstone Rd Pathway: Kerr Parkway to Carman Dr (TSP 130) $48,000 Project Description: Th is project creates a 4,000 ft long wide stripe and RPMs for multi-use shoulder along one side of the roadway. Project will require removal or restriction of on-street parking from one side of the roadway. Project Name:Tree Top Ln Sidewalk: Overlook Dr to Fernwood Dr (TSP 46)$207,000 Project Description: Th is project includes a 1,300 ft long, 5.5 ft wide curb-tight concrete sidewalk on the east side of the road. Curbs exist on both sides of the road and R/W is adequate. Project Name:Tualata Sidewalk: Red Leaf to Jean Rd (TSP 83)$546,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 2,700 ft long, 5.5 ft wide separated concrete sidewalk. Extends a connection to proposed Red Leaf sidewalk. Partial curbs on both sides. Subject to road transfer from Clackamas County. Project Name:Twin Fir Rd Pathway: Upper Drive to Boones Ferry Rd (TSP 30) $2,118,000 Project Description: Th is project includes a 3,500 ft long, 5 ft wide asphalt pathway. As part of the design and engineering, geotechnical studies will need to be done, retaining walls will need to be engineered and a surface water system will need to be put in place. Project Name:Uplands Dr Pathway: Ridgecrest Rd to Wembley Park Rd (TSP 208) $341,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 900 ft long, 6 ft wide asphalt shoulder pathway. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 85 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Waluga Dr Pathway: Oakridge to Madrona (TSP 31)$332,000 Project Description: Th is project includes a 1,200 ft long, 5 ft wide separated asphalt pathway on the east side of the roadway, completing a connection. Area is fairly fl at, and R/W is adequate. Some driveways and fences must be reconstructed/relocated. Several large tree removals necessary. Project Name:Washington Court Pathway: Queens Park Rd to Lake Forest Blvd (TSP #32) $578,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 2,400 ft long, 5 ft wide separated asphalt pathway on one side of the road. R/W required from Lake Forest to Bonaire; some portions subject to road transfer from Clackamas County. Encroachment issues and tree removals required. Project Name:Westlake Dr Sidewalk: Kruse Way to Amberwood Circle (TSP 85) $521,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 2,300 ft long, 6 ft wide curb-tight sidewalk on the west side of the roadway (a pathway/sidewalk already exists on the east side). Existing mountable curb. Some right-of-way acquisition will be necessary and construction may impact private fences and existing trees. Project Name:Westview Dr Sidewalk - Greentree Rd to South Shore (TSP 33)$1,041,000 Project Description:Th is project includes a 350 ft long, 5 ft wide curb-tight sidewalk along a very narrow section of roadway that would have to be brought up to City standards. Target west side of the roadway. Due to steep banks on both sides, a large retaining wall is needed. Cantilevered driveways will need redesign; several trees need to be removed. Road needs complete geotechnical study and engineering design. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS 86 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Willamette Greenway Trail: Willamette Shore Line (Trolley) Trail (TSP 95) $5,484,000 Project Description:Th is project creates a pedestrian trail that follows along Highway 43 and spans from downtown Lake Oswego to Portland. Th e total cost of this regional project is estimated at $46,300,000 not including infl ation. Th is project is contained in Metro’s 2035 Regional Transportation Plan. If grants and regional funding are approved in the future, then the cost to Lake Oswego is estimated at about 10% of the total project cost. Project Name:Willamette River Greenway Trail: Foothills Park to Tyron Cove Park (TSP 87) $1,411,000 Project Description: Th is project includes a 500 ft long, 10 ft wide asphalt pathway that will complete a connection at the existing north end of Foothills pathway to Tryon Cove Park with a pedestrian bridge (per Foothills District Plan). See TSP Projects #34 & 95. Cost estimate revised to refl ect bridge work in 2035 Parks Plan. Metro/ODOT grant may aff ect cost. Project Name:Willamette River Greenway Trail: George Rogers Park to Riverbend Condos (TSP 86) $364,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 500 ft long, 10 ft wide asphalt pathway across the last three private properties (per Foothills District Plan). Right-of- Way required, awaiting willing seller. Revised TSP estimate. Project Name:Willamette River Greenway Trail: Roehr Park Pathway Repair/ Upgrade (TSP 28) $288,000 Project Description:Th is project includes construction of a 1,200 ft long, 10 ft wide separated asphalt pathway. Reconstruct and relocate existing 6 ft path to regional standard of 10 ft to avoid high water and resolve root heave issues. Part of the Metro Regional Trail System (aka William Staff ord Pathway). TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 87 Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name: Willamette Steps (TSP 137)$2,520,000 Project Description: Th is project provides the primary pedestrian connection between Down- town Lake Oswego and the Foothills District. Th e project includes new steps within an 80 foot right-of-way, beginning on the east side of State St, crossing the UPR tracks at grade, and continuing down steps to the Foothills Rd/B Ave intersection. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) access could take place on a ramp system to the south of the steps, including a pathway connection leading to the Oswego Pointe Dr/ Foothills Rd intersection. TRANSPORTATION - PATHWAYS 88 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 TRANSPORTATION - BICYCLE PED. PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 89 …..…..………...………...Projected…..…..………………….… Bicycle Pedestrian Pathways Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2022-23 Total Unfunded 65th Ave Bike Lanes, Sidewalks: Lakeview Blvd to Childs Rd (TSP 131) Street 2,384,000 Bonita Rd Sidewalks/Bike Lanes: Bangy Rd to Carman Dr (TSP 80) Street 4,095,000 Boones Ferry Rd Bike Lanes: Country Club to north- ern city limits (TSP 36) Street 1,170,000 Boƫ celli Bike Lanes ReconstrucƟ on: Melrose to Touchstone (TSP 93.1) Street 1,690,000 Boƫ celli Bike Lane: Melrose to Touchstone (TSP 93.2) Street 21,000 Bridgeport to Milwaukie Regional Trail ConnecƟ on: Upper Dr to Bridgeport to Milwaukie Regional Trail (TSP 194) Street 286,000 Bryant Rd Bike Lanes and Pathway - Boones Ferry Rd to Childs Rd (TSP 37) Street 1,176,000 Carman Drive Sidewalks and Bike Lanes: Kruse Way to I-5 (TSP 5) Street 435,000 Hwy 43 Bike Lanes: Terwilliger to Oak St (TSP 38) Street 896,000 Iron Mtn Blvd/Upper Drive Bike Lanes: 10th St to Bryant Rd (TSP 39) Street 7,522,000 Jean Rd Bike Lanes, Sidewalks: Jean Way to Pilkington Rd (TSP 118) Street 225,000 Jeff erson Pkwy Bike lanes and Pathways: Mt Jeff erson Terr to McNary Pkwy (TSP 123) Street 292,000 McNary Pkwy Bike Lanes: Jeff erson Pkwy to Kerr Pkwy (TSP 125) Street 1,758,000 Meadow Ave Pathway: Meadows Dr to Carman Dr (TSP 201) Street 114,000 Melrose Bike Lanes: Westlake to Boƫ celli (TSP 92) Street 27,000 Oswego Canal Trail: Bryant Rd to Childs Rd. (TSP 186) Street 780,000 Overlook Dr Bike Lanes: Meadowlark Ln to Staff ord Rd (TSP 126) Street 1,034,000 Parkview Dr Bike Lanes: Westlake Drive to Fosberg Rd (TSP 128) Street 1,366,000 Pilkington Rd Bike Lanes and Sidewalks: Willow to Boones Ferry (TSP 76) Street 375,000 Pilkington Bike Lanes and Sidewalks: Willow Rd to Jean Rd (TSP 122) Street 774,000 Royce Way Bike Lanes: Bryant Rd to Westview Rd (TSP 127) Street 30,000 Staff ord Rd Bike Lane: South Shore to Overlook (TSP 91) Street 3,284,000 Terwilliger Bike Lanes: Hwy 43 to city limits/Cas- tleridge Ln. (TSP 104) Street 1,992,000 Total 00000031,726,000 TRANSPORTATION - BICYCLE PED. PATHWAYS 90 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Bicycle Pedestrian Pathways Unfunded Total Project Name:65th Ave Bike Lanes and Sidewalks: Lakeview Blvd to Childs Rd (TSP 131) $2,384,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct 1,800 ft . long, six ft . wide bike lanes and 5.5 ft . separated sidewalks along both side of the roadway. Widening will be required. Project Name:Bonita Rd Sidewalks/Bike Lanes: Bangy Rd to Carman Dr (TSP 80) $4,095,000 Project Description:Th is project will consist of widening the roadway and construction of 2300 ft . long, 5.5 ft . sidewalk and six ft . bike lanes on both sides of Bangy Rd. Widening of roadway involves tree removals and loss of on-street parking. Several steep areas for catch point. Listed on the Clackamas County TSP. Project Name:Boones Ferry Rd Sidewalks and Bike Lanes: Country Club to Northern City Limits (TSP 36) $1,170,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct six ft . wide bike lanes on both sides of Boones Ferry Road for approximately 3,500 feet. Includes extensive roadway widening and retaining walls above and below the roadway grade. Coordination needed with LO High School for center turn lane at school’s Boones Ferry access (previous condition of approval). Coordination also needed with Railroad. Project is also listed on Metro’s RTP and maybe eligible for regional grant funding, City’s match portion, assumed to be 10% of total cost estimated. Project Name:Botticelli Bike Lanes: Melrose to Touchstone (TSP 93.1)$1,690,000 Project Description: Th is project will consist of constructing a 2,000 ft . long, six ft . wide bike lane striping on both sides of Melrose. Widening, tree removals and retaining walls will be required along with removal of on-street parking. TRANSPORTATION - BICYCLE PED. PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 91 Bicycle Pedestrian Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Botticelli Bike Lanes: Melrose to Touchstone (TSP 93.2)$21,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 2,000 ft . long, six ft . wide bike lane striping on south/east side of Botticelli. No widening required. Th ere will be removal of on-street parking. Project Name:Bridgeport to Milwaukie Regional Trail Connection: Upper Dr to Bridgeport to Milwaukie Regional Trail (TSP 194) $286,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct a 450 ft . long, eight ft . wide separated asphalt pathway within unimproved right-of-way. May need switchbacks to get down to railroad right-of-way. Project Name:Bryant Rd Bike Lanes and Sidewalk - Boones Ferry Rd to Childs Rd (TSP 37) $1,176,000 Project Description: Th is project adds bike lanes and completes sidewalks on both sides of the roadway for approximately 7,500 ft . in length. Th e railroad crossing near Lakeview must be reconstructed and retaining walls needed for road widening. Project is also listed on Metro’s RTP and maybe eligible for regional grant funding; City’s match portion, assumed to be 10% of total cost estimated. Project Name:Carman Dr Sidewalks and Bike Lanes - Kruse Way to I-5 (TSP 5) $435,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct six ft . wide bike lanes, and six ft . wide separated concrete sidewalks. Within this six ft . segment, improvements are needed along approximately 70% of the length. Th e project priority, funding, and selection is subject to transfer of roadway from Clackamas County. Th is project is listed on Metro’s RTP and maybe eligible for regional grant funding; City’s match portion assumed to be 10% of total cost estimated. TRANSPORTATION - BICYCLE PED. PATHWAYS 92 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Bicycle Pedestrian Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Hwy 43 Bike Lanes - Terwilliger to Oak St (TSP 38)$896,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct six ft . wide bike lanes on both sides of Highway 43 for approximately 5,500 feet. Includes full curb and sidewalk reconstruction and R/W acquisition. Coordination needed with RR. Extends connections from related TSP projects. Project is also listed on Metro’s RTP and may be eligible for regional grant funding; City’s match portion, assumed to be 10% of total cost estimated. Project Name:Iron Mtn Blvd/Upper Dr Bike Lanes: 10th St to Bryant Rd (TSP 39) $7,522,000 Project Description: Th is project adds bike lanes from 10th Street to Bryant Road on both sides of the roadway. Widening will be needed to accommodate bike lanes as well as existing pathway. Project Name:Jean Rd Bike Lanes, Sidewalk: Jean Way to Pilkington Rd (TSP 118) $225,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct 250 ft . long, six ft . wide bike lanes, a 3.5 ft . landscape strip and six ft . separated concrete sidewalks on the south side of the roadway. Widening will be required. Project Name:Jeff erson Pkwy Bike Lanes and Pathways: Mt Jeff erson Terr to McNary Pkwy (TSP 123) $292,000 Project Description:Th is project is 650 ft . long, six ft . wide bike lanes and pathways (where they currently do not exist). Th e project will require removal of on-street parking from on side of the roadway. Long retaining walls and numerous tree removals will also be required. Coordinate with Mountain Park HOA. TRANSPORTATION - BICYCLE PED. PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 93 Bicycle Pedestrian Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:McNary Pkwy Bike Lanes: Jeff erson Pkwy to Kerr Pkwy (TSP 125) $1,785,000 Project Description: Th is project is 1,500 feet long, six ft . Wide bike lanes and removal and replacement of striping. Coordinate with Mountain Park HOA. Project Name:Meadow Ave Pathway: Meadows Dr to Carman Dr (TSP 201)$114,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct a 300 ft . long, eight ft . wide multi-use asphalt pathway. Pathway to outlet into existing parking lot. Subject to road transfer from Clackamas County. Connects to related TSP projects. Project Name:Melrose Bike Lanes: Westlake to Botticelli (TSP 92)$27,000 Project Description:Th is project will consist of constructing 2,900 ft . long, six ft . wide bike lane striping and legends on both sides of Melrose. No widening will be required. Initiate a connections; may connect to proposed Botticelli bike lanes. Could be completed by city forces. Project Name:Oswego Canal Trail: Bryant Rd to Childs Rd (TSP 186)$780,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 1,125 ft . long, eight ft . wide multi-use trail on unconstructed R/W. A pedestrian bridge needed to cross canal. Enter through Canal Rd to avoid purchase of right-of-way from Lake Corp; construct pathway/sidewalk on Canal Rd. Completes a connection between Canal Rd and soft -surface path within Bryant Woods Nature Park. Aligns with LO-Tualatin Trail. Project Name:Overlook Dr Bike Lanes: Meadowlark Ln to Staff ord Rd (TSP 126) $1,034,000 Project Description:Th is projects is 2,300 ft . long, six ft . wide bike lanes. Will require widening on north side with possible loss of on-street parking on sough side. Potential for ramps up and through curb extensions along north and south sides of the roadway. TRANSPORTATION - BICYCLE PED. PATHWAYS 94 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Bicycle Pedestrian Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Parkview Dr Bike Lanes: Westlake Dr to Fosberg Rd (TSP 128) $1,366,000 Project Description:Th is project is 3,040 ft . long and six ft . wide bike lanes. Street widening will be required. Existing curbs on both sides with separated sidewalk. Project Name:Pilkington Rd Bike Lanes and Sidewalks: Willow to Boones Ferry (TSP 76) $375,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct 690 ft . long, six ft . wide bike lanes and 505 ft . wide curb tight concrete sidewalk on both sides of roadway where none exist. Completes a connection. Transit connection on Boones Ferry Road. Project Name:Pilkington Bike Lanes and Sidewalks: Willow Rd to Jean Rd (TSP 122) $774,000 Project Description:Th is project is 530 ft . long, six ft . wide bike lanes and 5.5 ft . wide curb tight concrete sidewalks on east side of roadway where none exist. Completes a connections to existing facilities and connects to related TSP projects. Transit connections on Boones Ferry Road and Jean Road. Widening and Right-of-Way will be required. Project Name:Royce Way Bike Lane: Bryant Rd to Westview Rd (TSP 127)$30,000 Project Description: Th is project is a 2,500 ft . long, six ft . wide bike lane in uphill direction. Existing curbs on both sides. Project Name:Staff ord Rd Bike Lane: South Shore to Overlook (TSP 91)$3,284,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct 4,600 ft . long, six ft . wide bike lane legends and striping on both sides of Staff ord Rd. Widening and ditch recon- struction will be required. A retaining wall and guardrail construction on portion of the east side. TRANSPORTATION - BICYCLE PED. PATHWAYS City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 95 Bicycle Pedestrian Pathways (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Terwilliger Bike Lanes: Hwy 43 to City Limits/Castleridge Ln (TSP 104) $1,992,000 Project Description:Th is project will construct a 3,800 ft . long, six ft . wide bike lanes on both sides of roadway. Widening and stormwater facility will be required. Subject to road transfer from Clackamas County. TRANSPORTATION - BICYCLE PED. PATHWAYS 96 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 UTILITIES - WATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 97 …..…..………...………...Projected…..…..………………….… Water Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected 10th St Water System Upgrades WO 275 Water 2,083,000 2,083,000 Add FiŌ h Pump at the River Intake Pump StaƟ on: (P-03) Water 500,000 500,000 AlƟ tudes Valves for Reservoir Balance: (S-09)Water 50,000 320,000 370,000 Annual Water RehabilitaƟ on Program Water 100,000 300,000 750,000 300,000 1,000,000 500,000 2,950,000 Bergis Water Reservoir Replacement: (S-07)Water 450,000 1,520,000 553,000 2,523,000 City View/Bergis Pressure Zone-Fire Flow Improvements (F-04) Water 140,000 617,000 757,000 City View/Bergis Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improve- ments (R-05) Water 99,000 99,000 1,145,000 1,343,000 Country Club: 10th St to Six Corners WO 246 Water 23,000 23,000 El Greco Waterline Replacement WO 274 Water 250,000 250,000 Forest Highlands Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improve- ments: (F-03) (R-02) Water 123,000 600,000 1,997,000 2,720,000 McNary Pressure Zone-Fire Flow Improvements: (F-02) Water 525,000 2,764,000 3,289,000 McVey Pump StaƟ on Upgrades (P-01)Water 475,000 1,150,000 1,625,000 Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-02)Water 475,000 1,909,000 2,384,000 Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-03)Water 425,000 1,536,000 1,961,000 Seismic, Structural, Electrical and Mechanical Upgrades to Water Pump StaƟ ons: (P-06) (P-04) Water 205,000 636,000 841,000 Seismic and Structural Upgrades to Water Storage Reser- voirs: S-10) Water 150,000 486,000 636,000 Seismic Upgrades and Re-painƟ ng to Cooks BuƩ e and Palisades No. 1 Water Storage Reservoirs: (S-05) (S-06) Water 250,000 780,000 1,030,000 Southside Reservoir No. 2: (S-04)Water 500,000 3,200,000 1,250,000 4,950,000 Summit Pressure Zone - Fire Flow Improvements (F-01) Water 340,000 1,189,000 1,529,000 Telemetry & CommunicaƟ on System Upgrades: (M-04) Water 100,000 400,000 500,000 Touchstone Pump StaƟ on Upgrade (P-05)Water 132,000 710,000 842,000 Waluga Pressure Zone Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-01) Water 136,000 350,000 1,355,000 1,841,000 Water Quality Monitoring System Improvements: (M-05) Water 300,000 300,000 Wembley Park Rd RehabilitaƟ on Project WO 271 Water 200,000 600,000 800,000 Total 3,936,000 2,582,000 1,760,000 1,658,000 9,394,000 16,717,000 36,047,000 Unfunded Add Sixth Pump at the Water Treatment Plant (P-03) Water 600,000 Knaus Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-04) Water 1,741,000 Palisades Pressure Zone;Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-03) Water 2,897,000 Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-04) Water 217,000 Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-05) Water 2,582,000 Waluga Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-06) Water 4,436,000 Waluga Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-07) Water 2,186,000 Total 00000014,659,000 UTILITIES - WATER 98 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 2,083,000 2,083,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $2,083,000 $- $- $- $- $- $2,083,000 Expenses Design 50,000 50,000 Proj. Admin 60,000 60,000 Construction 1,973,000 1,973,000 Expenses Total $2,083,000 $- $- $- $- $- $2,083,000 Project Name:10th St Water System Upgrades WO 275 Project Description:Th is project will replace the 10th St pump station, demolish and remove the existing 10th St reservoir, upsize the C Avenue water main, and construct a new pipeline to serve the new 10th St pump station. Th e upgrades will improve water pressure in the neighborhood and eliminate seismically vulnerable facilities. 2018 Water System Master Plan Projects D-01, M-03, P-02, and S-08. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Effi ciency, Reliability, and Safety UTILITIES - WATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 99 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 500,000 500,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $500,000 $- $- $- $- $- $500,000 Expenses Design 50,000 50,000 Proj. Admin 50,000 50,000 Construction 400,000 400,000 Purchase Expenses Total $500,000 $- $- $- $- $- $500,000 Project Name:Add Fifth Pump at the River Intake Pump Station: (P-03) Project Description:Th is project will add a fi ft h 400 horsepower pump at the River Intake Pump Station. Approximately 47% of the cost will be reimbursed by the City of Tigard per the LO- Tigard IGA. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Improved Effi ciency, Safety, and Reliability UTILITIES - WATER 100 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 50,000 320,000 370,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $50,000 $320,000 $- $370,000 Expenses Design 40,000 20,000 60,000 Proj. Admin 10,000 15,000 25,000 Construction 285,000 285,000 Purchase Expenses Total $- $- $- $50,000 $320,000 $- $370,000 Project Name:Altitudes Valves for Reservoir Balance: (S-09) Project Description:Th ese projects adds altitude valves at McNary Reservoir #1, Touchstone Reservoir #1, and Palisades Reservoir #1. Projects include valve vaults, piping and related improvements. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2024 Justifi cation:Improved Effi ciency UTILITIES - WATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 101 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 100,000 300,000 750,000 300,000 1,000,000 500,000 2,950,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $100,000 $300,000 $750,000 $300,000 $1,000,000 $500,000 $2,950,000 Expenses Design 75,000 225,000 650,000 150,000 50,000 400,000 1,550,000 Proj. Admin 25,000 75,000 100,000 150,000 50,000 100,000 500,000 Construction 900,000 900,000 Expenses Total $100,000 $300,000 $750,000 $300,000 $1,000,000 $500,000 $2,950,000 Project Name:Annual Water Rehabilitation Program Project Description:Th ese projects replace old, undersized pipelines and pipelines that do not meet engineering design criteria for peak water demands and fi re fl ow. Th e project list is to be developed from the master plan recommendations as well as from trouble spots suggested by Maintenance Services Department and identifi ed by coexisting projects in streets and sewer. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:Annual Justifi cation:Periodic Update UTILITIES - WATER 102 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 450,000 1,520,000 553,000 2,523,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $450,000 $1,520,000 $553,000 $2,523,000 Expenses Design 350,000 100,000 75,000 525,000 Proj. Admin 100,000 120,000 38,000 258,000 Construction 1,300,000 440,000 1,740,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $450,000 $1,520,000 $553,000 $2,523,000 Project Name:Bergis Water Reservoir Replacement: (S-07) Project Description:Th is project replaces an existing 1960 Vintage Circular Concrete, 0.5 million gallon water reservoir with a new, seismically resilient and potentially larger storage reservoir. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Safety and Effi ciency UTILITIES - WATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 103 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 140,000 617,000 757,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $- $140,000 $617,000 $757,000 Expenses Design 100,000 40,000 140,000 Proj. Admin 40,000 36,000 76,000 Construction 541,000 541,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $- $140,000 $617,000 $757,000 Project Name:City View/Bergis Pressure Zone-Fire Flow Improvements (F-04) Project Description:Upsize existing distribution system piping to improve fi re fl ow capabilities to the Christian City Church. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Safety and Operation UTILITIES - WATER 104 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 99,000 99,000 1,145,000 1,343,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $99,000 $99,000 $1,145,000 $1,343,000 Expenses Design 84,000 84,000 60,000 228,000 Proj. Admin 15,000 15,000 40,000 70,000 Construction 1,045,000 1,045,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $99,000 $99,000 $1,145,000 $1,343,000 Project Name:City View/Bergis Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements (R-05) Project Description:Th is project upgrades the distribution system piping in the City View/Bergis Pressure Zone to improve seismic resilience to large earthquakes. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Safety and Operability UTILITIES - WATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 105 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Sewer 15% 45,000 45,000 Water 12.5% 23,000 23,000 Street 60% 108,000 108,000 Stormwater 12.5% 20,000 20,000 Resources Total $196,000 $- $- $- $- $- $196,000 Expenses Design 29,000 29,000 Proj. Admin 49,000 49,000 Construction 118,000 118,000 Expenses Total $196,000 $- $- $- $- $- $196,000 Project Name:Country Club: 10th St to Six Corners WO 246 Project Description:Th is project will repave Country Club Road from 10th Street to six corners. Th e six foot water main is undersized and needs to be upsized to install fi re protection. Th e wastewater main in this section is beyond repair and needs to be replaced. Both defi ciencies need to be addressed prior to paving. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management UTILITIES - WATER 106 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 250,000 250,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $250,000 $- $- $- $- $- $250,000 Expenses Design 25,000 25,000 Proj. Admin 30,000 30,000 Construction 195,000 195,000 Expenses Total $250,000 $- $- $- $- $- $250,000 Project Name:El Greco Waterline Replacement WO 274 Project Description:Th is project replaces an existing eight inch waterline due to frequent leaks relating to accelerated corrosion. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management UTILITIES - WATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 107 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 123,000 600,000 1,997,000 2,720,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $123,000 $600,000 $1,997,000 $2,720,000 Expenses Design 100,000 500,000 102,000 702,000 Proj. Admin 23,000 100,000 40,000 163,000 Construction 1,855,000 1,855,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $123,000 $600,000 $1,997,000 $2,720,000 Project Name:Forest Highlands Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (F-03) (R-02) Project Description:Th is project will upgrade distribution system piping in the Forest Highland Pressure Zone to improve seismic resilience to large earthquakes and improve fi re suppression capabilities to the Lake Oswego High School. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Safety and Operation UTILITIES - WATER 108 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 525,000 2,764,000 3,289,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $- $525,000 $2,764,000 $3,289,000 Expenses Design 375,000 233,000 608,000 Proj. Admin 150,000 182,000 332,000 Construction 2,349,000 2,349,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $- $525,000 $2,764,000 $3,289,000 Project Name:McNary Pressure Zone-Fire Flow Improvements: (F-02) Project Description:Project to upsize existing distribution system piping to improve fi re fl ow capabilities to the Parkridge Apartments. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Safety and Operation UTILITIES - WATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 109 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 475,000 1,150,000 1,625,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $475,000 $1,150,000 $- $- $- $- $1,625,000 Expenses Design 400,000 200,000 600,000 Proj. Admin 75,000 50,000 125,000 Construction 900,000 900,000 Expenses Total $475,000 $1,150,000 $- $- $- $- $1,625,000 Project Name:McVey Pump Station Upgrades Project Description:McVey Water Pump station is among the oldest pump stations in the system. Although there is no need for a capacity increase, the electrical equipment is in need of replacement. Seismic and structure improvements are needed for the building. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2021 Justifi cation:Safety and Operation UTILITIES - WATER 110 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 475,000 1,909,000 2,384,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $- $475,000 $1,909,000 $2,384,000 Expenses Design 350,000 92,000 442,000 Proj. Admin 125,000 115,000 240,000 Construction 1,702,000 1,702,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $- $475,000 $1,909,000 $2,384,000 Project Name:Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-02) Project Description:Th is project will upsize and upgrade existing piping along Laurel St to Cornell St; Cornell St to South Shore Blvd. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Safety, Capacity, and Operability UTILITIES - WATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 111 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 425,000 1,536,000 1,961,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $- $425,000 $1,536,000 $1,961,000 Expenses Design 300,000 62,000 362,000 Proj. Admin 125,000 73,000 198,000 Construction 1,401,000 1,401,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $- $425,000 $1,536,000 $1,961,000 Project Name:Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-03) Project Description:Th is project will upsize and upgrade existing piping: McVey from Cornell to State St, State St - McVey to Northshore Rd, and related modifi cations. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Safety, Capacity and Operability UTILITIES - WATER 112 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 205,000 636,000 841,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $205,000 $- $- $- $- $636,000 $841,000 Expenses Design 175,000 50,000 225,000 Proj. Admin 30,000 30,000 60,000 Construction 556,000 556,000 Expenses Total $205,000 $- $- $- $- $636,000 $841,000 Project Name:Seismic, Structural, Electrical and Mechanical Upgrades to Water Pump Stations: (P-06) (P-04) Project Description:Th is project will upgrade northside and southside pump stations to correct defi ciencies identifi ed through the conduct of Project P-04 (Detailed engineering assessments of existing pump stations). Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Safety, Effi ciency, and Operation UTILITIES - WATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 113 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 150,000 486,000 636,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $- $150,000 $486,000 $636,000 Expenses Design 125,000 75,000 200,000 Proj. Admin 25,000 25,000 50,000 Construction 386,000 386,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $- $150,000 $486,000 $636,000 Project Name:Seismic and Structural Upgrades to Water Storage Reservoirs: (S-10) Project Description:Th is project will upgrade northside and southside reservoirs for improved seismic resiliency and structural performance. Projects are provisional pending the completion of projects S-02 and S-03 (additional structural and geotechnical assessments). Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Safety and Operation UTILITIES - WATER 114 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 250,000 780,000 1,030,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $- $250,000 $780,000 $1,030,000 Expenses Design 200,000 100,000 300,000 Proj. Admin 50,000 60,000 110,000 Construction 620,000 620,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $- $250,000 $780,000 $1,030,000 Project Name:Seismic Upgrades and Re-painting to Cooks Butte and Palisades No. 1 Water Storage Reservoirs: (S-05) (S-06) Project Description:Th is project will add heavier ringwall foundation and tie-downs along with re-painting of the two ground level welded steel tanks. Th e tow projects are provisional on the fi ndings and recommendations determined through the conduct of the southside reservoirs planning study (See WSMP projects S-01 and S-02). Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Safety and Operability UTILITIES - WATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 115 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 500,000 3,200,000 1,250,000 4,950,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $500,000 $3,200,000 $1,250,000 $4,950,000 Expenses Design 425,000 600,000 400,000 1,425,000 Proj. Admin 75,000 100,000 100,000 275,000 Construction 2,500,000 750,000 3,250,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $500,000 $3,200,000 $1,250,000 $4,950,000 Project Name:Southside Reservoir No. 2: (S-04) Project Description:Th is project will plan, design, permit and construct a second Southside Reservoir on City-owned property adjacent to Southside Reservoir No. 1. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Operation UTILITIES - WATER 116 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 340,000 1,189,000 1,529,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $- $340,000 $1,189,000 $1,529,000 Expenses Design 240,000 43,000 283,000 Proj. Admin 100,000 54,000 154,000 Construction 1,092,000 1,092,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $- $340,000 $1,189,000 $1,529,000 Project Name:Summit Pressure Zone - Fire Flow Improvements (F-01) Project Description:Th is project will upsize existing distribution system piping to improve fi re fl ow capabilities to the Eaglecrest Condominiums. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Safety, Capacity, and Operability UTILITIES - WATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 117 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 100,000 400,000 500,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $100,000 $400,000 $- $- $- $- $500,000 Expenses Design 60,000 35,000 95,000 Proj. Admin 40,000 25,000 65,000 Construction 340,000 340,000 Expenses Total $100,000 $400,000 $- $- $- $- $500,000 Project Name:Telemetry & Communication System Upgrades: (M-04) Project Description:Th is project will replace all programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and all radios in distribution system facilities. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2021 Justifi cation:Asset Management UTILITIES - WATER 118 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 132,000 710,000 842,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $132,000 $710,000 $- $- $- $842,000 Expenses Design 120,000 30,000 150,000 Proj. Admin 12,000 80,000 92,000 Construction 600,000 600,000 Expenses Total $- $132,000 $710,000 $- $- $- $842,000 Project Name:Touchstone Pump Station Upgrade (P-05) Project Description:Th is project replaces undersized and ineffi cient pumps and motors to accommodate peak day demands and to reduce operating and maintenance costs. Included with the pump and motor upgrades will be building modifi cations to improve safe access to and exit from the buried structure. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:Safety and Operability UTILITIES - WATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 119 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 136,000 350,000 1,355,000 1,841,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $136,000 $350,000 $1,355,000 $1,841,000 Expenses Design 100,000 300,000 100,000 500,000 Proj. Admin 36,000 50,000 37,000 123,000 Construction 1,218,000 1,218,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $136,000 $350,000 $1,355,000 $1,841,000 Project Name:Waluga Pressure Zone Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-01) Project Description:Th is project will upgrade distribution system piping in the Waluga Pressure Zone to improve seismic resilience to large earthquakes. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Capacity, Safety, and Operation UTILITIES - WATER 120 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 300,000 300,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $300,000 $- $- $- $300,000 Expenses Design 55,000 55,000 Proj. Admin 45,000 45,000 Construction 200,000 200,000 Expenses Total $- $- $300,000 $- $- $- $300,000 Project Name:Water Quality Monitoring System Improvements: (M-05) Project Description:Th is project installs on-line water quality instruments at select reservoirs in the distribution system. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:Safety and Operability UTILITIES - WATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 121 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Stormwater 1,550,000 800,000 2,350,000 Street 1,000,000 1,300,000 2,300,000 Water 200,000 600,000 800,000 Grants Resources Total $2,750,000 $2,700,000 $- $- $- $- $5,450,000 Expenses Design 700,000 200,000 900,000 Proj. Admin 400,000 400,000 800,000 Construction 1,650,000 2,100,000 3,750,000 Expenses Total $2,750,000 $2,700,000 $- $- $- $- $5,450,000 Project Name:Wembley Park Rd Rehabilitation Project WO 271 Project Description:Th is project will reconstruct/repave Wembley Park Rd from Country Club to Twin Fir Rd. Th e drainage systems along Crest Drive and Wembley Park Rd have been piecemealed together through decades of private development and former County improvements. Culverts, ditches and pipes and outfalls are old, damaged and in need of retrofi ts and replacement. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2021 Justifi cation:Asset Management, Water Quality, and Infrastructure Rehabilitation UTILITIES - WATER 122 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Water Unfunded Total Project Name:Add Sixth Pump at the Water Treatment Plant (P-03)$600,000 Project Description: Th is project would add a sixth 600 horsepower pump at the Water Treat- ment Plant. Project Name:Knaus Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-04)$1,741,000 Project Description: Th is project would upgrade distribution system piping in the Knaus Pressure Zone to improve seismic resilience to large earthquakes. Project Name:Palisades Pressure Zone- Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-03) $2,897,000 Project Description:Th is project would upgrade distribution system piping in the Palisades Pressure Zone to improve seismic resilience to large earthquakes. Project Name:Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-04)$217,000 Project Description: Th is project will upsize and upgrade existing piping: Furnace St. and Leonard St., to Oswego Point Dr. Project Name:Pipe Capacity Improvements: (D-05)$2,582,000 Project Description:Th is project will replace existing piping: Kerr Rd. Pump Station to Mc- Nary Reservoir No. 1. Project Name:Waluga Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-06) $4,436,000 Project Description: Th is project will upgrade distribution system piping in the Waluga Pres- sure Zone (First Addition Neighborhood) to improve seismic resilience to large earthquakes. Project Name:Waluga Pressure Zone-Pipe Resiliency Improvements: (R-07) $2,186,000 Project Description: Th is project will construct a 2,000 ft . long, six ft . wide bike lane strip- ing on south/east side of Botticelli. No widening required. Th ere will be removal of on-street parking. UTILITIES - STORMWATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 123 …..…..………...…………..Projected…..…..………………….… Stormwater Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected Annual Catch Basin Retrofi ts Stormwater 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 250,000 Ash St ODOT Hwy 43 Stormwater 139,000 139,000 Blue Heron Rd Drainage Improvements Stormwater 221,000 441,000 662,000 Bryant Rd Drainage Improvements Stormwater 221,000 221,000 Canal Circle UIC Decommission WO 250 Stormwater 30,000 30,000 Country Club: 10th St to 6 Corners WO 246 Stormwater 20,000 20,000 Daniel Way Roadway and Channel StabilizaƟ on Project Stormwater 100,000 326,000 426,000 Dolph Court/Country Club Culvert Crossing Stormwater 168,000 451,000 619,000 FAN Catch Basin Retrofi t Improvements Stormwater 141,000 141,000 Firwood Rd Upgrade: Boones Ferry Rd to Waluga Dr Stormwater 23,000 100,000 123,000 Fosberg Road Drainage Improvements Stormwater 100,000 300,000 400,000 Goodall Rd Drainage Improvement Project Stormwater 173,000 173,000 346,000 Lakeview Blvd Street & Drainage Improvements Stormwater 331,000 731,000 1,062,000 Redfern Ave Drainage Improvements Stormwater 153,000 345,000 498,000 Small Drainage Improvement Projects Stormwater 90,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 360,000 Underground InjecƟ on Control (UIC) Retrofi ts Stormwater 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 375,000 Upper Drive Drainage Improvements, West of Bry- ant Rd Stormwater 127,000 389,000 516,000 Wembly Park RehabilitaƟ on Project WO 271 Stormwater 1,550,000 800,000 2,350,000 Total 2,014,000 1,498,000 983,000 1,217,000 1,218,000 1,608,000 8,538,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER 124 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Stormwater …..…..………...…………..Projected…..…..………………….… Unfunded Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Bayberry/Rye/Andrews Rd Drainage Improvements Stormwater 706,000 Bickner St to McVey Ave Stormwater Replacement Stormwater 764,000 Cedar Court Drainage Improvements Stormwater 259,000 Chandler Rd Drainage Improvements Stormwater 485,000 Cherry Crest DetenƟ on - Water Quality Treatment Facility Stormwater 720,000 Churchill Downs Drainage Improvements Stormwater 62,000 Douglas Circle Drainage Improvements Stormwater 498,000 Eena Rd Drainage Improvements Stormwater 283,000 Elizabeth Gress Park - Sediment Control/RestoraƟ on Stormwater 265,000 Foothills/A Ave Drainage Improvements Stormwater 1,069,000 Lower Boones Ferry Rd - Lake Grove UGB Stormwater 3,702,000 Melrose St Tributary RehabilitaƟ on Stormwater 310,000 Preakness Ct Water Quality/DetenƟ on Stormwater 164,000 Regional Stormwater Facility - Bergis/Staff ord Rd Stormwater 813,000 Regional Water Quality Facility Retrofi t Stormwater 459,000 Sediment Basin EvaluaƟ on and Retrofi ts Stormwater 473,000 Southwood Park DetenƟ on Stormwater 158,000 Sunbrook Dr Drainage Improvements Stormwater 281,000 Tanglewood Dr Water Quality DetenƟ on Stormwater 164,000 Touchstone Dr Drainage Improvements Stormwater 104,000 Underground InjecƟ on Control (UIC), EvaluaƟ on, Permit- Ɵ ng & Retrofi ts Stormwater 1,461,000 Water Reservoir Disconnect Stormwater 765,000 Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,965,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 125 Project Name:Annual Catch Basin Retrofi ts Project Description:Many of the City’s existing catch basins were built prior to the water quality standards which are now required. Th e goal of this project is to retrofi t/replace these aging facilities with structures that include sumps to trap sediment and pollution control devices which capture oils and fl oatable debris, allowing removal through routine maintenance practices. Th ese retrofi ts projects are conducted in conjunction with scheduled street and/or other utility projects or as a stand alone project. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:Annual Justifi cation:Water Quality, Facilities Upgrades Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Operating 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 250,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $250,000 Expenses Design 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 50,000 Proj. Admin 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 25,000 Construction 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 150,000 Purchase 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 25,000 Expenses Total $- $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $250,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER 126 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Operating 139,000 139,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $139,000 $- $- $- $139,000 Expenses Design 13,000 13,000 Proj. Admin 22,000 22,000 Construction 87,000 87,000 Purchase 17,000 17,000 Expenses Total $- $- $139,000 $- $- $- $139,000 Project Name:Ash St ODOT Hwy 43 Project Description:Presently, upland drainage fl ows out of a culvert and across private property, over an embankment and onto ODOT right-of-way. Overland fl ow has saturated the soil and led to a small debris fl ow causing the closure of Hwy 43. Th is project would extend the culvert through the private property and over the embankment, tying into the ODOT storm system. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:Risk Management, Water Quality UTILITIES - STORMWATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 127 Project Name:Blue Heron Rd Drainage Improvements Project Description:In association with the reconstruction of the roadway, this project will construct storm drainage and water quality improvements along the length of the roadway, where none exist now. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Asset Management, Water Quality Treatment & Quantity Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Stormwater 221,000 441,000 662,000 Street 249,000 749,000 998,000 Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $- $470,000 $1,190,000 $1,660,000 Expenses Design 180,000 25,000 205,000 Proj. Admin 127,000 130,000 257,000 Construction 163,000 1,035,000 1,198,000 Purchase Expenses Total $- $- $- $- $470,000 $1,190,000 $1,660,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER 128 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Bryant Rd Drainage Improvements Project Description:Th is project will replace existing defi cient drainage systems and add additional inlets, pipe and water quality features. Area of work is between Upper Dr and Boones Ferry Rd. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Asset Management, Water Quality Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Operating 221,000 221,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $- $- $221,000 $221,000 Expenses Design 20,000 20,000 Proj. Admin 33,000 33,000 Construction 132,000 132,000 Purchase 36,000 36,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $- $- $221,000 $221,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 129 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Operating 30,000 30,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $30,000 $- $- $- $- $- $30,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction 30,000 30,000 Purchase Expenses Total $30,000 $- $- $- $- $- $30,000 Project Name:Canal Circle UIC Decommission WO 250 Project Description:Runoff from a portion of Canal Circle drains to an Underground Injection Control Device (UIC/Drywell). Due to the UIC’s proximity to a nearby residential drinking water well, the UIC is not compliant with the conditions of the City’s Class V Underground Injection Control Systems Permit, as issued by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. Th is project will develop a design and construct an extension of the gravity drain system to the site, provide stormwater treatment and formally decommission the existing UIC. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Defi cient System UTILITIES - STORMWATER 130 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Operating 20,000 20,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $20,000 $- $- $- $- $- $20,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction 20,000 20,000 Purchase Expenses Total $20,000 $- $- $- $- $- $20,000 Project Name:Country Club: 10th St to Six Corners WO 246 Project Description:Th is project will repave Country Club Road from 10th Street to six corners. Th e six foot water main is undersized and needs to be upsized to install fi re protection. Th e wastewater main in this section is beyond repair and needs to be replaced. Both defi ciencies need to be addressed prior to paving. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management UTILITIES - STORMWATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 131 Ft0200 0 200 0100 00 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Operating 100,000 326,000 426,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $100,000 $326,000 $- $- $- $426,000 Expenses Design 50,000 50,000 Proj. Admin 25,000 25,000 50,000 Construction 301,000 301,000 Purchase 25,000 25,000 Expenses Total $- $100,000 $326,000 $- $- $- $426,000 Project Name:Daniel Way Roadway and Channel Stabilization Project Project Description:A section of Daniel Way is currently being undermined by the high fl ows in Th ree Sisters Creek. Continued ongoing erosion will eventually cause the curb and roadway to collapse into the creek. Th is project will evaluate the hydrology of the stream and develop a method of stabilizing or realigning a portion of the stream. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:System Upgrades, Water Quality UTILITIES - STORMWATER 132 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Dolph Court/Country Club Culvert Crossings Project Description:An existing 30 foot culvert under Country Club Rd and a 24 foot culvert under Dolph Ct have been identifi ed in the Surface Water Management Master Plan as being defi cient in conveyance capacity. Additionally, the open channel upstream of the 24 inch culvert is severely eroded, causing large sediment loads to fi ll the pond off of Dolph Ct and into Tryon Creek. Th is project will replace the two culverts, rehabilitate the open channel segment and reestablish the detention capacity of the Dolph Ct Pond. Th ese improvements will be essential to prevent fl ooding and improve water quality as the upstream basin develops. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2024 Justifi cation:Asset Management, Water Quality, Stormwater Detention Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Operating 168,000 451,000 619,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $168,000 $451,000 $- $619,000 Expenses Design 65,000 65,000 Proj. Admin 40,000 40,000 80,000 Construction 411,000 411,000 Purchase 63,000 63,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $168,000 $451,000 $- $619,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 133 Project Name:FAN Catch Basin Replacement (TC7) Project Description:Many of the existing catch basins in the FAN neighborhood are small, built with inferior materials and provide no water quality benefi t. Th is project follows the recommendations of the Clean Streams Plan by retrofi tting substandard, non- functioning catch basins through the FAN neighborhood. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management, Water Quality Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Operating 141,000 141,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $141,000 $- $- $- $- $- $141,000 Expenses Design 14,000 14,000 Proj. Admin 23,000 23,000 Construction 94,000 94,000 Purchase 10,000 10,000 Expenses Total $141,000 $- $- $- $- $- $141,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER 134 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Firwood Rd Upgrade: Boones Ferry Rd to Waluga Dr Project Description:Th is project will reconstruct 906 ft . of Firwood Rd (within the city limits). Assuming 11 to 12 foot travel lanes, 6 foot bike lanes, and 5-6 foot wide separated concrete sidewalks on both sides of the roadway. Th e project will include a storm drainage system, connecting to an exiting system in Boones Ferry Rd or Bryant Rd. Right-of- way acquisition is necessary in some areas. Th e project will also require the removal of large trees and some on-street parking. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2023 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Stormwater 23,000 100,000 123,000 Street 200,000 203,000 403,000 Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $223,000 $303,000 $- $- $526,000 Expenses Design 180,000 54,000 234,000 Proj. Admin 43,000 88,000 131,000 Construction 161,000 161,000 Purchase Expenses Total $- $- $223,000 $303,000 $- $- $526,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 135 Project Name:Fosberg Road Drainage Improvements Project Description:Fosberg Rd is an uncurbed street where, during periods of heavy rain, street runoff from upslope Fosberg Rd and Glacier Lilly St erodes the roadway shoulder and fl ows onto private properties, causing erosion and property damage. Th is project will construct the necessary infrastructure to capture the runoff and convey it within the City’s stormwater system. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2021 Justifi cation:Protect Infrastructure, Prevent Localized Annual Flooding, Water Quality Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Operating 100,000 300,000 400,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $100,000 $300,000 $- $- $- $- $400,000 Expenses Design 45,000 45,000 Proj. Admin 55,000 30,000 85,000 Construction 270,000 270,000 Purchase Expenses Total $100,000 $300,000 $- $- $- $- $400,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER 136 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Goodall Rd Drainage Improvement Project Project Description:Th is project will implement the construction of several improvements along Goodall Rd drainage corridor. Projects will include stabilizing segments of open channels, enlarging culvert sections and adding water quality improvements. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2021 Justifi cation:Asset Management, Water Quality Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Operating 173,000 173,000 346,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $173,000 $173,000 $- $- $- $- $346,000 Expenses Design 21,000 21,000 42,000 Proj. Admin 26,000 26,000 52,000 Construction 105,000 105,000 210,000 Purchase 21,000 21,000 42,000 Expenses Total $173,000 $173,000 $- $- $- $- $346,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 137 Project Name:Lakeview Blvd Street & Drainage Improvements Project Description:In association with the reconstruction of the roadway, this project will construct storm drainage and water quality improvements along the length of the roadway, where none exist now. Located between Summit Dr and Bryant Rd. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Asset Management, Water Quality Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Stormwater 331,000 731,000 1,062,000 Street 250,000 843,000 3,878,000 746,000 5,717,000 Bonds Grants Resources Total $250,000 $- $- $843,000 $4,209,000 $1,477,000 $6,779,000 Expenses Design 45,000 773,000 426,000 110,000 1,354,000 Proj. Admin 25,000 70,000 220,000 100,000 415,000 Construction 180,000 3,563,000 1,267,000 5,010,000 Purchase Expenses Total $250,000 $- $- $843,000 $4,209,000 $1,477,000 $6,779,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER 138 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Redfern Ave Drainage Improvements Project Description:Th e area of Redfern Ave is not currently served by a public drainage system. Th e street is uncurbed and very fl at and runoff ponds on the shoulder, into the roadway and on private property. Development over the past few years has worsened the situation. Th is project will explore Low Impact Development Approaches (LIDA) to manage the surface water at the source. If conditions are unfavorable, a conventional pipe system will be necessary. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2023 Justifi cation:Asset Management, Water Quality Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Operating 153,000 345,000 498,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $153,000 $345,000 $- $- $498,000 Expenses Design 88,000 88,000 Proj. Admin 30,000 36,000 66,000 Construction 309,000 309,000 Purchase 35,000 35,000 Expenses Total $- $- $153,000 $345,000 $- $- $498,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 139 Project Name:Small Works Drainage Improvement Projects Project Description:Minor storm drainage improvements including catch basins, manholes and short reaches of storm drain pipe through the City. Projects are typically less than $40,000 each and are usually constructed with larger projects, such as street overlays, pathways and sanitary improvements. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:Annual Justifi cation:Asset Protection and Property Protection Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Operating 90,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 360,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $90,000 $90,000 $90,000 $90,000 $360,000 Expenses Design 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 60,000 Proj. Admin 9,000 9,000 9,000 9,000 36,000 Construction 56,000 56,000 56,000 56,000 224,000 Purchase 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 40,000 Expenses Total $- $- $90,000 $90,000 $90,000 $90,000 $360,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER 140 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Underground Injections Control (UIC) Retrofi ts Project Description:Th e City has inventoried 35 municipal UIC’s, registered them with the DEQ and was issued a permit to operate them. Th e City must now evaluate each UIC for compliance with federal requirements and, either construct water quality treatment facilities upstream of the UIC or, build conventional conveyance systems to replace and eventually abandon the UIC(s). Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:Annual Justifi cation:Asset Management, Water Quality Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Operating 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 375,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $75,000 $75,000 $75,000 $75,000 $75,000 $375,000 Expenses Design 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 100,000 Proj. Admin 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 50,000 Construction 45,000 45,000 45,000 45,000 45,000 225,000 Purchase Expenses Total $- $75,000 $75,000 $75,000 $75,000 $75,000 $375,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 141 Project Name:Upper Drive Drainage Improvements, West of Bryant Rd Project Description:Th is area is being piecemeal annexed into the City and is projected to be developed as minor partitions. As a result, no public drainage improvements have been built and the increased density is/will create additional impervious areas (increased runoff ). Th e topography is very fl at, there are no curbs/gutters to manage roadway runoff . Currently, localized ponding occurs along the edges of the road and causes hazardous conditions for the walking and motoring public and detriment to the long-term structural integrity of the roadway. Drainage improvements must include water quality and quantity management and be build in conjunction with roadway/curb and gutter improvements. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2023 Justifi cation:Asset Management, Water Quality Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Operating 127,000 389,000 516,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $127,000 $389,000 $- $- $516,000 Expenses Design 97,000 97,000 Proj. Admin 30,000 49,000 79,000 Construction 340,000 340,000 Purchase Expenses Total $- $- $127,000 $389,000 $- $- $516,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER 142 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Wembley Park Rehabilitation Project WO 271 Project Description:Th is project will reconstruct/repave Wembley Park Rd from Country Club Rd to Twin Fir Rd. Stormwater facilities will also be improved. Th e project will extend drainage infrastructure from Wembley Park Rd up Crest Drive to provide facilities to an unserved area. Project will likely include updates and repairs to existing aged infrastructure, open ditch rehabilitation and should look for opportunities to provide stormwater treatment. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2021 Justifi cation:Asset Management, Water Quality Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Stormwater Stormwater 1,550,000 800,000 2,350,000 Street 1,000,000 1,300,000 2,300,000 Water 200,000 600,000 800,000 Grants Resources Total $2,750,000 $2,700,000 $- $- $- $- $5,450,000 Expenses Design 700,000 200,000 900,000 Proj. Admin 400,000 400,000 800,000 Construction 1,650,000 2,100,000 3,750,000 Purchase Expenses Total $2,750,000 $2,700,000 $- $- $- $- $5,450,000 UTILITIES - STORMWATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 143 Stormwater Unfunded Total Project Name:Bayberry/Rye/Andrews Rd Drainage Improvements $706,000 Project Description: Th e roadside ditches along Bayberry are very fl at and standing water remains for unacceptable periods of time. Runoff from Andrews Rd and Rye Rd contribute to the drainage problems as well. Th is project would include Low Impact Development Alternatives (LIDA) and extending an overfl ow pipe system to manage runoff that cannot infi ltrate. Project Name:Bickner St to McVey Ave Storm System Replacement $764,000 Project Description:Existing storm pipe was constructed in early-mid 1900’s. According to recent exploratory survey and stormwater modeling eff orts, the system has diminished capacity, and the structural integrity is questionable. Th e stormwater system which contributes to this piped system is being rebuilt along with the Laurel St Pathway Project (2015). Th is project would replace the pipes along public right-of-way of Bickner Rd, between Oak St and McVey Ave and along McVey Ave to Oswego Creek. Project Name:Cedar Court Drainage Improvements $259,000 Project Description: Th is neighborhood street is lacking in drainage infrastructure. Runoff from the street and upslope neighbors drains to the low point of the road and into residential properties. Th is project will add necessary public infrastructure and water quality treatment necessary to manage this area of localized fl ooding. Project Name:Chandler Rd Drainage Improvements $485,000 Project Description: Th is neighborhood street is lacking in drainage infrastructure. Runoff from the street and upslope neighbors drains to the low point of the road and into Underground Injections Control devices (UIC’s/Dry- wells). Currently the UIC’s are limited in capacity and do not meet water quality treatment requirements. Th is project will add necessary public infrastructure and water quality treatment necessary to manage this area of localized fl ooding. UTILITIES - STORMWATER 144 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Stormwater (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Cherry Crest Detention Water Quality Treatment Facility $720,000 Project Description: Presently, most of the runoff from the upper reaches of the Lost Dog Creek drainage basin is neither treated for water quality or managed for quantity. Th is project would construct a detention/water quality facility to address both defi ciencies. Project Name:Churchill Downs Drainage Improvements $62,000 Project Description:On this steep-sloped section of roadway, runoff oft en reaches such a velocity that it “overshoots” the existing inlets. Rebuild the curb inlets to capture runoff and trap sediment/debris. Project Name:Douglas Circle Drainage Improvements $498,000 Project Description: Very limited public drainage improvements have been built and the increased density has created additional impervious areas (increased runoff ). Th e topography is very fl at, there are no curbs/gutters to manage roadway runoff . Currently, localized fl ooding of driveways and front yards occurs during heavy rain events. Drainage improvements must include water quality and quantity management and the abandonment of 2 existing UIC’s. Project Name:Eena Rd Drainage Improvements $283,000 Project Description: Eena Rd and surrounding properties experience occasional fl ooding during large rain events. Th e land area is naturally depressed, within the 100-year fl oodplain and indirectly connected to the waters of Oswego Lake. Th is project will develop alternatives to minimize or eliminate occurrences of fl ooding. Project Name:Elizabeth Gress Park - Sediment Control/Restoration $265,000 Project Description: Th is project includes the repair of the damaged culvert, retrofi t channel for bioretention, stabilize and rehabilitate reach of stream, remove debris, install inline storage and treatment facility and build access for facility maintenance. UTILITIES - STORMWATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 145 Stormwater (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Foothills/A Ave Drainage Improvements $1,069,000 Project Description: Th is project completes the B Ave Storm Drainage Improvement Project (CSP ID#TC4) that was constructed in 2014-15. Th e project will upgrade the link in the system between Foothills Rd, under the railroad tracks, up to State St. Additionally, the project will include pipe replacement work at the intersection of State and A Ave. Project Name:Lower Boones Ferry Rd - Lake Grove Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) $3,702,000 Project Description:Th is project, as recommended in the Clean Streams Plan, would extend storm facilities into the areas of the UGB that are currently unincorporated, eventually to be annexed. Th is project should allow for Low Impact Development Approaches (LIDA) to managing and treating storm water runoff . Project Name:Melrose St Tributary Rehabilitation $310,000 Project Description: Th e existing channel along Melrose street has experienced noticeable erosion and incision. Flows occasionally overtop into the street at the inlet structure. Th is project would rehabilitate the existing channel to eliminate erosion and include a vegetated retention/water quality facility. Project Name:Preakness Ct Water Quality/Detention $164,000 Project Description: Th is project is intended to build water quality/quantity detention facility to attenuate fl ows and help reduce downstream erosion. Project Name:Regional Stormwater Facility - Bergis/Staff ord Rd $813,000 Project Description:Th is project is intended to construct a regional stormwater facility to manage volume and treat water quality. UTILITIES - STORMWATER 146 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Stormwater (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Regional Water Quality Facility Retrofi t $459,000 Project Description:Th is facility was constructed under ODOT in 1984, and was built to retain stormwater runoff from the Boones Ferry Rd Widening project. Th e facility is overgrown, silted in and no longer provides the detention capacity that is required. Th is project would allow for the rebuilding of the facility to restore capacity, improve water quality, remove non-native invasives and improve wildlife habitat. Project Name:Sediment Basin Evaluation and Retrofi ts $473,000 Project Description: Th ere are several constructed sediment basins located throughout the City’s Stormwater drainage system. Th ese facilities oft en act as a last chance to trap sediments prior to discharging to a receiving water body. Many of these basins can be retrofi tted to increase water quality effi ciencies and to improve access and maintenance functions. Th is project will provide a mechanism to evaluate individual basins, recommend improvements and design and construct retrofi ts to the basins. Project Name:Southwood Park Detention $158,000 Project Description:Th is project will retrofi t existing open space along Ball Creek to increase fl ood storage, storm water retention and water quality treatment. Project Name:Sunbrook Dr Drainage Improvements $281,000 Project Description:Th e current pipe system is routed through back yards and is undersized, resulting in fl ooding of backyards, home and the street. Th is project would enlarge and reroute the pipes into the public right-of-way. Project Name:Tanglewood Dr Water Quality/Detention $164,000 Project Description:Th is project will build a water quality/quantity detention facility to attenuate fl ows and help reduce downstream erosion. UTILITIES - STORMWATER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 147 Stormwater (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Touchstone Dr Drainage Improvements $104,000 Project Description:Due to the steep slope of this roadway, the existing inlets do not function properly in capturing runoff . Th is project will construct new inlets to improve capture effi ciency and trap sediment and debris. Project Name:Underground Injections Control (UIC) Evaluation, Permitting & Retrofi ts $1,461,000 Project Description: Federal regulations, administered through the Oregon DEQ, mandates that all stormwater injected into subsurface disposal systems (UIC’s) be required to meet federal drinking water standards. Th e City has inventoried 35 municipal UIC’s, registered them with the DEQ and applied for a permit to operate them. Th e City must now evaluate each UIC for compliance with federal requirements and , either construct water quality treatment facilities upstream of the UIC or, build conventional conveyance systems to replace and eventually abandon the UIC(s). Project Name:Water Reservoir Disconnect $765,000 Project Description: Over the years, the City has constructed 16 water storage reservoir to supply potable water to residents and businesses. It is normal practice to construct an overfl ow bypass to manage fl ows should the reservoir be inadvertently overfi lled. Previous construction practices required that reservoir overfl ows be directed to the nearest storm drainage system. Presently, the federal regulations do not allow chlorinated discharges to Stormwaters. Th is project will evaluate all City reservoirs and develop a plan to “replumb” any defi cient overfl ow systems to meet safe drinking water and Stormwater requirements. UTILITIES - STORMWATER 148 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 UTILITIES - SEWER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 149 …..…..………...………...Projected…..…..………………….… Sewer Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected Blue Heron Trunk (T-BH-1 & T-BH-2)Sewer 780,000 2,000,000 2,780,000 City Hall Wastewater Line RelocaƟ on Sewer 100,000 100,000 Country Club: 10th St to Six Corners WO 246 Sewer 45,000 45,000 Downtown Trunk 1 (T-DWN-2)Sewer 521,000 521,000 East Mountain Park Trunk (T-EMP-2 & T-EMP-3) Sewer 165,375 1,323,000 2,482,830 3,971,205 Foothills Rd Interceptor (T-L1-1)Sewer 221,200 3,096,500 6,082,300 9,400,000 Forest Highlands Trunk 1 (T-FH-1 & 2)Sewer 500,000 1,500,000 525,000 2,525,000 I/I ReducƟ on Program B Projects (G-3)Sewer 552,000 552,000 1,103,000 1,103,000 3,310,000 Lake Grove Swim Park to Railroad (T-L4-1)Sewer 25,000 25,000 Lakewood Trunk (T-LW-1)Sewer 203,000 203,000 Lake Oswego Interceptor Sewer (LOIS) Manhole Repairs and Upgrades Sewer 2,500,000 2,500,000 Marylhurst Pump StaƟ on (PS-2) WO 238 Sewer 656,000 656,000 McVey Trunk (T-MCV-1 & T-MCV-2)Sewer 500,000 1,350,000 1,850,000 South Shore Trunk (T-SS-1)Sewer 320,000 320,000 System Wide RehabilitaƟ on (OperaƟ ons) Sewer 1,400,000 500,000 1,350,000 350,000 3,600,000 Wastewater LiŌ StaƟ on Generator Project Sewer 213,000 213,000 Total 4,767,000 7,052,000 3,691,375 3,497,200 6,929,330 6,082,300 32,019,205 Unfunded Canal Trunk (T-CAN-1 & P-CAN-1)Sewer 2,084,000 Downtown Trunk 3 & 4 (T-DWN-3 & T-DWN-4) Sewer 154,000 East Mountain Park Trunk (T-EMP-1)Sewer 317,000 Flow Tracking Data (PS-6)Sewer 331,000 Foothills Rd Pump StaƟ on (PS-4)Sewer 1,103,000 I/I ReducƟ on Program Priority B Projects (G-3) Sewer 23,020,000 L5 Basin Trunk (T-L5-1)Sewer 48,000 New Canal Basin Pump StaƟ on (PS-7)Sewer 1,222,000 Other Pipeline Repair Projects for Major Collectors (P-1) Sewer 4,363,000 Rebuild LiŌ StaƟ on and Pressure Mains Sewer 906,000 Relocate Storm and Sanitary Sewer Mains Sewer 1,326,000 Riverfront Trunk 2 (T-RF-2)Sewer 486,000 South Lake Trunk (T-SL-1)Sewer 115,000 Southwood Trunk (P-SW-1)Sewer 514,000 West Mountain Park Trunk (T-WMP-1)Sewer 590,000 WillameƩ e Pump StaƟ on (PS-3) Sewer 1,103,000 Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 37,682,000 UTILITIES - SEWER 150 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Blue Heron Trunk (T-BH-1 & T-BH-2) Project Description:Th is project will replace the pipeline on Southshore Blvd from Lakeridge Rd to Blue Heron Rd. Blue Heron Bay and Cardinal Dr. Th e pipeline has less than 10 years of remaining useful life (RUL) and problems were indicatd in the inspection reports. More investigation is warranted regarding whether, or what portion of, this should be a repair project or an improvement project. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2021 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 780,000 2,000,000 2,780,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $780,000 $2,000,000 $- $- $- $- $2,780,000 Expenses Design 350,000 350,000 Proj. Admin 55,000 55,000 110,000 Construction 375,000 1,945,000 2,320,000 Purchase Expenses Total $780,000 $2,000,000 $- $- $- $- $2,780,000 UTILITIES - SEWER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 151 Project Name:City Hall Wastewater Line Relocation Project Description: Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 100,000 100,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $100,000 $- $- $- $- $- $100,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction 100,000 100,000 Purchase Expenses Total $100,000 $- $- $- $- $- $100,000 UTILITIES - SEWER 152 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Country Club: 10th St to Six Corners WO 246 Project Description:Th is project will repave Country Club Road from 10th Street to six corners. Th e six foot water main is undersized and needs to be upsized to install fi re protection. Th e wastewater main in this section is beyond repair and needs to be replaced. Both defi ciencies need to be addressed prior to paving. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Sewer 15% 45,000 45,000 Water 12.5% 23,000 Street 60% 108,000 Stormwater 12.5% 20,000 Resources Total $196,000 $- $- $- $- $- $45,000 Expenses Design 29,000 29,000 Proj. Admin 49,000 49,000 Construction 118,000 118,000 Purchase Expenses Total $196,000 $- $- $- $- $- $196,000 UTILITIES - SEWER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 153 Project Name:Downtown Trunk 1 (T-DWN-2) Project Description:Th e 2013 Master Plan (WWMP) indicates this project will repair 1561 ft of 12-inch sewer pipe, in and near Cabana Ln, which will soon reach the end of its remaining life. Also, recent pipeline inspections have revealed problems. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 521,000 521,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $521,000 $- $- $- $- $- $521,000 Expenses Design 65,000 65,000 Proj. Admin 22,000 22,000 Construction 434,000 434,000 Purchase Expenses Total $521,000 $- $- $- $- $- $521,000 UTILITIES - SEWER 154 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Identification:7(03Project Type:5HSDLU 7(03 Project Name:(DVW0RXQWDLQ3DUN7UXQN Project Description Project Justification Project Schedule /RQJ7HUP Engineer/ Legal/Admin   6XEWRWDO  6XEWRWDO  LQFKSLSHOLQH  /)     1,627,000$ LQFKSLSHOLQH  /)  59,000$ LQFKSLSHOLQH  /)  58,000$ LQFKSLSHOLQH  /)1,457,000$ General Conditions General Contractor Overhead Total Capital CostProject Element Quantity Unit Unit Cost Cost 6XEWRWDO City of Lake Oswego Wastewater Collection System Master Plan Capital Improvements Program (QGRI7(03WR%RRQHV)HUU\5G%RRQHV)HUU\5G 3LSHOLQHKDVOHVVWKDQ\HDUVRIUHPDLQLQJXVHIXOOLIH 58/ DQGSUREOHPVZHUH LQGLFDWHGLQ+DQVHQLQVSHFWLRQUHSRUWV    Contingency      Project Location Upstream Manhole:Downstream Manhole: 7(03(%6 ($6 7(03($6 (%6 Project Name:East Mountain Park Trunk (T-EMP-2 & T-EMP-3) Project Description:Th e 2013 Master Plan (WWMP) indicates this project will repair 9,728 feet of 18-inch and 12-inch sewer pipeline that will soon reach the end of its remaining useful life. Along with that repair, 229 feet of 18-inch T-EMP-2 Trunk will be replaced with 24- inch sewer to reduce the risk of sanitary sewer overfl ows. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2024 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 165,375 1,323,000 2,482,830 3,971,205 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $165,375 $1,323,000 $2,482,830 $- $3,971,205 Expenses Design 110,250 165,375 220,500 496,125 Proj. Admin 55,125 55,125 57,330 167,580 Construction 1,102,500 2,205,000 3,307,500 Purchase Expenses Total $- $- $165,375 $1,323,000 $2,482,830 $- $3,971,205 UTILITIES - SEWER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 155 dDϭͲdtdW/E&>hEdKEszEE>z^/^WĂŐĞϭϮ ^WƌŽũĞĐƚEŽ͘ϭϬϱϴϮ Ɖƌŝůϱ͕ϮϬϭϳΘsWƌŽũĞĐƚEŽ͘ϭϵϭϭϰϮ  &ŝŐƵƌĞϮͲϱ >K/KǀĞƌĂůůsŝĞǁǁŝƚŚdžŝƐƚŝŶŐĂŶĚWƌŽƉŽƐĞĚůŝŐŶŵĞŶƚ Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 221,200 3,096,500 6,082,300 9,400,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $221,200 $3,096,500 $6,082,300 $9,400,000 Expenses Design 221,200 829,400 110,600 1,161,200 Proj. Admin 110,600 110,600 221,200 Construction 2,156,500 5,861,100 8,017,600 Purchase Expenses Total $- $- $- $221,200 $3,096,500 $6,082,300 $9,400,000 Project Name:Foothills Rd Interceptor (T-L1-1) Project Description:Foothills Road to Tryon Creek WTP. Th is project is required for eliminating the potential for surcharging upstream of the LOIS Interceptor. Th e project is expected to be completed concurrent with the redevelopment of the Foothills neighborhood. Re-routing of the pipe is anticipated to match new right-of-way alignments. Th e cost estimate should be revised when the new pipe alignment is known. Recent calculations from BES indicate cost estimate for realignment at $6.5 million (10/2016). Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Asset Management UTILITIES - SEWER 156 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 500,000 1,500,000 525,000 2,525,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $500,000 $1,500,000 $525,000 $- $- $- $2,525,000 Expenses Design 125,000 375,000 131,000 631,000 Proj. Admin 75,000 225,000 75,000 375,000 Construction 300,000 900,000 319,000 1,519,000 Purchase Expenses Total $500,000 $1,500,000 $525,000 $- $- $- $2,525,000 Project Name:Forest Highlands Trunk 1 (T-FH-1 & 2) Project Description:Th is project will replace pipeline at Iron Mountain and Country Club Rd and existing 12-inch pipe with 15-inch pipe to reduce potential surcharging with a 25-year storm at Chandler Rd. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:Asset Management UTILITIES - SEWER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 157 Project Name:I/I Reduction Program Priority B Projects (G-3) Project Description:I/I analysis will begin in 2018. Project location identifi cation will determine what specifi c projects to do beginning in FY 2019/20. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:Annual Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 552,000 552,000 1,103,000 1,103,000 3,310,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $552,000 $552,000 $1,103,000 $1,103,000 $- $- $3,310,000 Expenses Design 110,250 110,250 110,250 110,250 441,000 Proj. Admin 55,125 55,125 110,250 110,250 330,750 Construction 386,625 386,625 882,500 882,500 2,538,250 Purchase Expenses Total $552,000 $552,000 $1,103,000 $1,103,000 $- $- $3,310,000 UTILITIES - SEWER 158 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Identification:7/Project Type:5HSDLU Project Name:/7UXQN Project Description Project Justification Project Schedule 6KRUW7HUP Engineer/ Legal/Admin   6XEWRWDO  6XEWRWDO  LQFKSLSHOLQH  /)  170,000$ Project Location Upstream Manhole:Downstream Manhole: 7/(&6 (&6 Project Element Quantity Unit Unit Cost Cost City of Lake Oswego Wastewater Collection System Master Plan Capital Improvements Program /DNH*URYH6ZLP3DUNWR5DLOURDG 3LSHOLQHKDVOHVVWKDQ\HDUVRIUHPDLQLQJXVHIXOOLIH 58/ DQGSUREOHPVZHUH LQGLFDWHGLQ+DQVHQLQVSHFWLRQUHSRUWV General Contractor Overhead Total Capital Cost 6XEWRWDO   Contingency General Conditions Project Name:Lake Grove Swim Park to Railroad (T-L4-1) Project Description:Th is project will replace pipeline from Lake Grove Swim Park to Railroad. Pipeline has less than 10 years of remaining useful life (RUL) and problems were indicated in the inspection reports. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 25,000 25,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $25,000 $- $- $- $25,000 Expenses Design 2,800 2,800 Proj. Admin 1,000 1,000 Construction 21,200 21,200 Purchase Expenses Total $- $- $25,000 $- $- $- $25,000 UTILITIES - SEWER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 159 Project Identification:7/:Project Type:5HSDLU Project Name:/DNHZRRG7UXQN Project Description Project Justification Project Schedule /RQJ7HUP Engineer/ Legal/Admin   6XEWRWDO  6XEWRWDO  LQFKSLSHOLQH  /)  163,000$ Project Location Upstream Manhole:Downstream Manhole: 7/:($6 ($6 Project Element Quantity Unit Unit Cost Cost City of Lake Oswego Wastewater Collection System Master Plan Capital Improvements Program 6RXWKHGJHRI/DNHZRRG%D\3LSHOLQHKDVOHVVWKDQ\HDUVRIUHPDLQLQJXVHIXOOLIH 58/ DQGSUREOHPVZHUH LQGLFDWHGLQ+DQVHQLQVSHFWLRQUHSRUWV General Contractor Overhead Total Capital Cost 6XEWRWDO  Contingency General Conditions Project Name:Lakewood Trunk (T-LW-1) Project Description:Th is project will replace pipeline within State Street along the easterly edge of Lakewood Bay. Th e pipeline has less than 10 years of remaining useful life (RUL) and problems were indicated in the inspection reports. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 203,000 203,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $203,000 $- $- $- $203,000 Expenses Design 25,000 25,000 Proj. Admin 9,000 9,000 Construction 169,000 169,000 Purchase Expenses Total $- $- $203,000 $- $- $- $203,000 UTILITIES - SEWER 160 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Name:Lake Oswego Interceptor Sewer (LOIS) Manhole Repairs and Upgrades Project Description:Th is project will repair and upgrade LOIS manholes to extend asset life Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2021 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 2,500,000 2,500,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $2,500,000 $- $- $- $- $2,500,000 Expenses Design 450,000 450,000 Proj. Admin 100,000 100,000 Construction 1,950,000 1,950,000 Purchase Expenses Total $- $2,500,000 $- $- $- $- $2,500,000 UTILITIES - SEWER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 161 Project Name:Marylhurst Pump Station (PS-2) WO 238 Project Description:Th is project will replace the Marylhurst Pump Station. Th is includes new pumps, wet wells, on-site generator, and electrical systems to bring the facility into compliance and to increase capacity to avoid sewage overfl ows. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management, Safety and Operability Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 656,000 656,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $656,000 $- $- $- $- $- $656,000 Expenses Design 72,000 72,000 Proj. Admin 20,000 20,000 Construction 564,000 564,000 Purchase Expenses Total $656,000 $- $- $- $- $- $656,000 UTILITIES - SEWER 162 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Project Identification:70&9Project Type:5HSDLU 70&9 Project Name:0F9H\7UXQN Project Description Project Justification Project Schedule 6KRUW7HUP Engineer/ Legal/Admin   6XEWRWDO  6XEWRWDO  LQFKSLSHOLQH  /)  478,000$ LQFKSLSHOLQH  /)978,000$ PjtL ti Ut Mhl DtMhl Total Capital Cost 6XEWRWDO   City of Lake Oswego Wastewater Collection System Master Plan Capital Improvements Program +DOLQDQ6W/DXUHO6W<DWHV6W$VK6WWR3DFLILF+:<3DFLILF +:<WR%XUQKDP5GWR0F9H\$YHSDUDOOHOWR0F9H\$YHWR 0DSOH6W 3LSHOLQHKDVOHVVWKDQ\HDUVRIUHPDLQLQJXVHIXOOLIH 58/ DQGSUREOHPVZHUH LQGLFDWHGLQ+DQVHQLQVSHFWLRQUHSRUWV Project Element Quantity Unit Unit Cost Cost   Contingency General Conditions General Contractor Overhead Project Location Upstream Manhole:Downstream Manhole: 70&9('6 (&6 70&9(&6 ('6 Project Name:McVey Trunk (T-MCV-1 & T-MCV-2) Project Description:Th is project will replace pipeline in Hallinan St, Laurel St, Yates St, Ash St to Pacifi c Highway; Pacifi c Highway from Burnham Rd to McVey Avenue, and parallel with McVey Avenue from Pacifi c Highway to the westerly end of the Oswego Creek Bridge. Th e pipeline has less than 10 years of remaining life (RUL) and problems were indicated in the inspection reports. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2024 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 500,000 1,350,000 1,850,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $500,000 $1,350,000 $- $1,850,000 Expenses Design 450,000 150,000 600,000 Proj. Admin 50,000 200,000 250,000 Construction 1,000,000 1,000,000 Purchase Expenses Total $- $- $- $500,000 $1,350,000 $- $1,850,000 UTILITIES - SEWER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 163 Project Identification:766Project Type:,PSURYHPHQW Project Name:6RXWK6KRUH7UXQN Project Description Project Justification Project Schedule 6KRUW7HUP Engineer/ Legal/Admin   6XEWRWDO  6XEWRWDO  LQFKSLSHOLQH  /)      208,000$ LQFKSLSHOLQH  /)  49,000$ Project Location Upstream Manhole:Downstream Manhole: 766(&6 /2,60+5 Total Capital Cost 6XEWRWDO  City of Lake Oswego Wastewater Collection System Master Plan Capital Improvements Program 1HDUHQGRI/DNH)URQW5G 5HSODFHH[LVWLQJLQFKSLSHZLWKDQGLQFKSLSHVWRUHGXFHSRWHQWLDOVXUFKDUJLQJZLWK D\HDUVWRUP Project Element Quantity Unit Unit Cost Cost  Contingency General Conditions General Contractor Overhead Project Name:South Shore Trunk (T-SS-1) Project Description:Th is project will replace existing 8-inch pipe with 12 and 18-inch pipes, near the westerly end of Lake Front Road, to reduce potential surcharging with a 25-year storm. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:Asset Management Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 320,000 320,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $320,000 $- $- $- $320,000 Expenses Design 40,000 40,000 Proj. Admin 12,500 12,500 Construction 267,500 267,500 Purchase Expenses Total $- $- $320,000 $- $- $- $320,000 UTILITIES - SEWER 164 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 1,400,000 500,000 1,350,000 350,000 3,600,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $1,400,000 $500,000 $1,350,000 $350,000 $- $- $3,600,000 Expenses Design 200,000 500,000 150,000 50,000 900,000 Proj. Admin Construction 1,200,000 1,200,000 300,000 2,700,000 Purchase Expenses Total $1,400,000 $500,000 $1,350,000 $350,000 $- $- $3,600,000 Project Name:System Wide Rehabilitation (Operations) Project Description:System wide repairs throughout the City. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2023 Justifi cation:Asset Management UTILITIES - SEWER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 165 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 213,000 213,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $213,000 $- $- $- $- $- $213,000 Expenses Design 10,000 10,000 Proj. Admin 12,000 12,000 Construction 191,000 191,000 Purchase Expenses Total $213,000 $- $- $- $- $- $213,000 Project Name:Wastewater Lift Station Generator Project Project Description:Th is project is installation of permanent standby generators at Lily Bay, Bay View, and Maple Street lift station sites. Permanent generators are needed to improve reliability and decrease the risk of wastewater overfl ows. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management UTILITIES - SEWER 166 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Sewer Unfunded Total Project Name:Canal Trunk (T-CAN-1 & P-CAN-1)$2,084,000 Project Description: Th is project will expand the Oswego Canal from T-CAN-1 to Childs Rd Collector in order to serve the large area in Canal Basin that is expected to connect to the Sewer system in the future. Project Name:Downtown Trunk 3 & 4 (T-DWN-3 & T-DWN-4)$154,000 Project Description:Th is project will replace existing 12-inch pipes with 15 & 18-inch pipes on 3rd St from Evergreen Rd to Waterfront to reduce potential surcharg- ing with a 25-year storm. Project Name:East Mountain Park Trunk 1 (T-EMP-1)$317,000 Project Description: Th is project will replace existing 18-inch pipes with 24-inch pipes to reduce potential surcharging with a 25-year storm parallel to Lakeview Blvd. Project Name:Flow Data Tracking (PS-6)$331,000 Project Description: Th is project will implement data logging and improve fl ow monitoring at the Bryant Rd, Marylhurst, Melrose and Willamette Pump Stations. Project Name:Foothills Rd Pump Station (PS-4)$1,103,000 Project Description: Th is project will replace pumps and increase capacity to convey peak fl ows under 25-year storm event. Th is project should be delayed until redevelopment of the Foothills area to confi rm required capacity. Th is project will be tied to the Foothills Interceptor work, and may be done via Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with Bureau of Environmental Services (BES). Project Name:I/I Reduction Program - Priority B Projects (G-3)$23,020,000 Project Description:Th is project will replace or rehabilitate aging pipe throughout the col- lection system as identifi ed by the Master Plan or as required through maintenance and operations activities. UTILITIES - SEWER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 167 Sewer (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:L5 Basin Trunk (T-L5-1)$48,000 Project Description: Th is project will replace the L5 Basin Trunk pipeline. Th e pipeline has less than 10 years of remaining useful life (RUL) and problems were indicated in the inspection reports. Project Name:New Canal Basin Pump Station (PS-7)$1,222,000 Project Description: Th e new pump station would be located near the Tualatin River in the City of Rivergrove. It would accommodate extension of gravity sewers, tributary to this pump station, to serve areas southerly of Childs Road along the north bank of the Tualatin River. It would also accommodate removal of the existing Childs Road Pump Station, currently operated by Clean Water Services, and thereby divert fl ow from the South Lake Basin into the Canal Basin. Th is new pump station would be associated with the proposed Canal Trunk and Childs Road Collector (T-CAN-1 & P-CAN-1) upgrades, and together convey wastewater from the River- grove area through the Canal Basin into the Lake Oswego Interceptor Sewer (LOIS). Project Name:Other Pipeline Repair Projects for Major Collectors (P-1)$4,363,000 Project Description: Th is project will replace major collectors throughout the City. An An- nual cost for collectors that will reach the end of their useful life in the next 80 years is estimated to cost $703,000 per year. Project Name:Rebuild Lift Station and Pressure Mains $906,000 Project Description: An existing at-capacity lift station will be rebuilt and relocated to serve new development in the northern portion of the Foothills District. When complete, this lift station will have adequate capacity to serve both existing and new development, and will be located away from the primary pedestrian areas of the Foothills District. Th is project is diff er- ent from WW PS-4 as it includes line relocations. UTILITIES - SEWER 168 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Sewer (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name: Relocate Storm and Sanitary Sewer Mains $1,326,000 Project Description: A number of regional storm and sanitary facilities in the Foothills District currently traverse private property, restricting development potential. Th is project relocates these regional facilities into public right- of-way in the District, and can be divided into two phased component, to be constructed concurrently with other phased street construction and development activity in the area. Th e total project cost is $2,140,000 and the listed cost refl ects one-half of the combined Sewer/Stormwater project. Balance is in Surface Water projects. Project Name:Riverfront Trunk 2 (T-RF-2)$486,000 Project Description: Th is project replaces existing 12-inch pipes with 24-inch pipes to reduce potential surcharging with a 25-year storm at George Rogers Park from Furnace St to Riverbend Condo. Project Name:South Lake Trunk (T-SL-1)$115,000 Project Description:Th is project will replace pipeline at Bryant Rd from Lamont Way to Lakewood Blvd. Th e pipeline has less than 10 years of remaining useful life (RUL) and problems were indicated in the inspection reports. Project Name:Southwood Trunk (P-SW-1)$514,000 Project Description: Th is project will expand the Southwood Collector for a new service in the Southwood Basin at Bangy Rd. Project Name:West Mountain Park Trunk (T-WMP-1)$590,000 Project Description:Th is project will replace existing 8-inch pipes with 12-inch pipes to re- duce the potential for sanitary sewer overfl ows parallel to Del Prado. UTILITIES - SEWER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 169 Sewer (cont.) Unfunded Total Project Name:Willamette Pump Station (PS-3)$1,103,000 Project Description:Th is project will replace and increase capacity to convey peak fl ows un- der 25-year storm event. Th is project should be delayed until redevelop- ment of the Foothills area to confi rm required capacity. Th is project will be tied to the Foothills Interceptor work, and may be done via Intergov- ernmental Agreement (IGA) with Bureau of Environmental Services (BES). UTILITIES - SEWER 170 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 FACILITIES/OTHER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 171 …..…..………..…………...Projected…..…..………………….… FaciliƟ es/Other Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected City Hall LORA/Gen- eral 16,300,000 21,200,000 4,800,000 42,300,000 City Gateway Project Tourism 100,000 75,000 100,000 275,000 Total 16,400,000 21,275,000 4,900,000 0 0 0 42,575,000 FACILITIES/OTHER 172 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total LORA/General LORA 16,300,000 18,000,000 34,300,000 General 3,200,000 4,800,000 8,000,000 Bonds - Grants - Resources Total $16,300,000 $21,200,000 $4,800,000 $- $- $- $42,300,000 Expenses Design 3,100,000 3,100,000 3,100,000 9,300,000 Proj. Admin - Construction 13,200,000 18,100,000 1,700,000 33,000,000 - Expenses Total $16,300,000 $21,200,000 $4,800,000 $- $- $- $42,300,000 Project Name:City Hall Project Description:Design and construction of new City Hall and Police/911 Facility (including parking and plaza) at 320 A Ave/366 Th ird St/380 A Ave. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:Asset Maintenance, Safety and Operability FACILITIES/OTHER City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 173 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Tourism Operating 100,000 75,000 100,000 275,000 Property Sale Bonds Grants Resources Total $100,000 $75,000 $100,000 $- $- $- $275,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction Purchase 100,000 75,000 100,000 275,000 Expenses Total $100,000 $75,000 $100,000 $- $- $- $275,000 Project Name:City Gateway Project Project Description:Th e Tourism Advisory Committee has recommended the City partner with the Arts Council to create a gateway sculpture that signals the entrance into the City, consistent with the Public Art Master Plan. Th e project would create a monumental gateway to Lake Oswego, and invest in an asset that reinforces a key ingredient of the community’s character, and an investment of a marketing opportunity to promote Lake Oswego. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2022 Justifi cation:Art, Tourism, Placemaking FACILITIES/OTHER 174 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 LARGE CAPITAL City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 175 …..…..………..…………...Projected…..…..………………….… Large Capital Equipment Funding Source 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Funded/Projected 5-Yard Dump Truck #1 Water 235,000 235,000 5-Yard Dump Truck #2 Street 245,000 245,000 10-Yard Dump Truck #1 Sewer 275,000 275,000 Backhoe#1 Street 140,000 140,000 Backhoe #2 Street 155,000 155,000 Camera Van for Sewer Pipe InspecƟ on Street 200,000 200,000 Fire Engine 210 General 720,000 720,000 Loader Water 150,000 150,000 Street Sweeper #1 Street 290,000 290,000 Street Sweeper #2 Street 310,000 310,000 Total 705,000 955,000 0 555,000 350,000 155,000 2,720,000 LARGE CAPITAL 176 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 235,000 235,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $235,000 $- $- $- $- $235,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction Purchase 235,000 235,000 Expenses Total $- $235,000 $- $- $- $- $235,000 Project Name:5-Yard Dump Truck #1 Project Description In FY 2020-21, this will replace a 5-yard dump truck that will be 24-years old. Th e dump truck will include 4-wheel drive and a plow/sander attachment. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2021 Justifi cation:Asset Management LARGE CAPITAL City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 177 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 245,000 245,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $245,000 $- $- $245,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction Purchase 245,000 245,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $245,000 $- $- $245,000 Project Name:5-Yard Dump Truck #2 Project Description In FY 2022-23, this will replace a 5-yard dump truck that will be 21-years old. Th e dump truck will include 4-wheel drive and a plow/sander attachment. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2023 Justifi cation:Asset Management LARGE CAPITAL 178 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Sewer Operating 275,000 275,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $275,000 $- $- $- $- $- $275,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction Purchase 275,000 275,000 Expenses Total $275,000 $- $- $- $- $- $275,000 Project Name:10-Yard Dump Truck #1 Project Description Th e proposal is to upsize and replace a 23-year old 5-yard dump truck with a new 10- yard dump truck. Th is dump truck would also include a sander and plow attachment. As of today, the Public Works Department only has one 10-yard dump truck and there is a high demand for this piece of equipment. By upsizing, we will have two total 10- yard dump trucks, which will be more effi cient and eff ective in hauling large amounts of debris. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management LARGE CAPITAL City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 179 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 140,000 140,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $140,000 $- $- $- $- $- $140,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction Purchase 140,000 140,000 Expenses Total $140,000 $- $- $- $- $- $140,000 Project Name:Backhoe #1 Project Description Th is replaces a 24-year old backhoe, which is beyond it’s useful life. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management LARGE CAPITAL 180 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 155,000 155,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $- $- $155,000 $155,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction Purchase 155,000 155,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $- $- $155,000 $155,000 Project Name:Backhoe #2 Project Description In FY 2024-25, this will replace a backhoe that will be 25-years old. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2025 Justifi cation:Asset Management LARGE CAPITAL City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 181 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 200,000 200,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $- $200,000 $- $200,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction Purchase 200,000 200,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $- $200,000 $- $200,000 Project Name:Camera Van for Sewer Pipe Inspection Project Description Replacement of a 11-year old camera van. Th e camera van is used to view inside sewer pipe and is a critical tool for staff to identify which segments of pipe need to be fi xed. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2024 Justifi cation:Asset Management LARGE CAPITAL 182 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total General Operating 720,000 720,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $720,000 $- $- $720,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction Purchase 720,000 720,000 Expenses Total $- $720,000 $- $- $- $- $720,000 Project Name:Fire Engine 210 Project Description Replacement of a 2004 Pierce fi re engine (City Unit #2189). National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommends that fi re apparatus greater than 15 years old be placed in reserve status. Th is engine was originally scheduled for replacement in FY 2017/18. If replaced a 1994 reserve engine will be surplused. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2021 Justifi cation:Asset Management LARGE CAPITAL City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 183 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Water Operating 150,000 150,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $- $150,000 $- $150,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction Purchase 150,000 150,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $- $150,000 $- $150,000 Project Name:Loader Project Description In FY 2023-24, this will replace a loader that will be 25-years old. Th e loader is used to load debris and sand that is stored at the Maintenance Center. It is also used for ice and snow removal. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2024 Justifi cation:Asset Management LARGE CAPITAL 184 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 290,000 290,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $290,000 $- $- $- $- $- $290,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction Purchase 290,000 290,000 Expenses Total $290,000 $- $- $- $- $- $290,000 Project Name:Street Sweeper #1 Project Description Th e City currently needs to replace two sweepers in the next four years. Th e typical lifespan for a sweeper is 5-8 years. Th is plan proposes replacing a 19 year-old sweeper in FY 19/20. Th e second sweeper is proposed to be replaced in FY 22/23 and will be 18 years-old at the time of replacement. Th e street sweeping program keeps streets clean and minimizes pollutants entering local waterways. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2020 Justifi cation:Asset Management LARGE CAPITAL City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025 185 Revenue Source Description 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25 Total Street Operating 310,000 310,000 SDC’s Bonds Grants Resources Total $- $- $- $310,000 $- $- $310,000 Expenses Design Proj. Admin Construction Purchase 310,000 310,000 Expenses Total $- $- $- $310,000 $- $- $310,000 Project Name:Street Sweeper #2 Project Description Th e typical lifespan for a sweeper is fi ve to eight years. Th is plan proposes replacing a 18 year-old sweeper in FY 22/23. Th e street sweeping program keeps streets clean and minimizes pollutants entering local waterways. Funded/Unfunded:Funded Estimated Completion Date:2023 Justifi cation:Asset Management LARGE CAPITAL 186 City of Lake Oswego Capital Improvement Plan 2019-2025