2020 Pavement Management Pavement Rehabilitation

 

Questions: 503-635-0261 or pavement@lakeoswego.city


2020 Street Paving in Lake Oswego

Pavement repairs and pavement overlays on many streets in the city, especially in First Addition-Forest Hills and Evergreen, are underway.

Click the map below to enlarge to see streets being paved and others around the City that will be patched and receive a slurry seal treatment.

See an overview schedule below the map.

What’s happening now? Updated 7/1/2020

Major road paving activity is happening throughout First Addition and some streets in Evergreen Neighborhood. 

  • Expect road closures of active paving areas. Use alternate routes to move around the neighborhood. This will change frequently as multiple crews work their way through the neighborhood. Curb ramp upgrades continue and include concrete removal and pouring.
  • Work areas shift every day. Be aware of traffic signage and avoid streets if you have an alternate route.
  • On paving days, sections of streets are closed to all traffic. If you have access needs, contact us.
  • Watch for door hangers for exact dates of closures near you and “no parking” signs as crews move around the area.

Slurry Seal Schedule – starts July 8th (revised from letter mailed) and will take about three weeks to complete the 75 streets

  • Slurry sealing of streets will begin on July 8. The schedule mailed out to neighbors in late June has shifted by one day. Slurry seal work is anticipated to begin on July 8. Please remember that weather or other issues can affect this schedule. Watch for information provided by the contractor in advance for exact dates. See Slurry Seal page for more information on what to expect or the updated schedule.
  • Watch for notifications:
    • You will see signs a week in advance
    • Door hangers with dates 2-3 days in advance
    • "No parking" signs at least 24 hours in advance

2020 Paving and RehabilitationOverview Schedule


May through June

  • Crews are performing pavement patches on streets that will receive slurry seal in July-August. See green lines on map. The patching work will be brief in spot locations. The summer slurry seal will restrict access to and from the road for one full work day. The July/August schedule for slurry seal will be available in the near future. For more information about slurry seal visit the slurry seal page.
  • Work on McVey/Stafford Road is underway with replacement of curb ramps. Lanes will be reduced. Temporary pedestrian access changes may be in place at intersections where work is happening. Work on ramps is occurring during the day, but the traffic control is in place 24 hours per day. Watch for signage. Work on McVey Stafford will last into July, including paving at night.
  • Crews are replacing water valves, storm inlets, and curb ramps for streets that will be paved this summer, specifically in First Addition and Evergreen. 

June:

  • McVey/Stafford Road work continues. Watch for lane restrictions. Paving activities will occur at night.
  • Iron Mountain paving.
  • Work in First Addition increases, especially curb ramps and some street pavement work.
  • Meadows Road pavement repairs will include day and night work. Watch for lane restrictions.

July:

  • Major road paving activity throughout First Addition and some streets in Evergreen Neighborhood. Expect road closures of active paving areas with detours. This will change frequently as multiple crews work their way through the neighborhood.
  • Slurry seal begins on approximately 75 streets in Lake Oswego. Slurry seal street work (schedule will be available on slurry seal page closer to the work.) Visit Slurry Seal Page.

August:

  • Major road paving activity throughout First Addition and some streets in Evergreen Neighborhood. Expect road closures of active paving areas with detours. This will change frequently as multiple crews work their way through the neighborhood.
  • Slurry seal continues. Visit Slurry Seal Page.

September:

  • Road paving activity throughout First Addition and some streets in Evergreen Neighborhood continues. Expect road closures of active paving areas with detours. This will change frequently as multiple crews work their way through the neighborhood.
  • Country Club Road/Iron Mtn/C Ave/Bayberry intersection paving.
  • Paving is complete by end of September.
  • Restoration work, including alley entrances, striping etc.
Location
Pavement Rehabilitation
Lake Oswego,
Project Details
ID: 
WO 286
Year: 
2020
Status: 
Active