2021 Pavement Management Pavement Rehabilitation

Pavement Work Happening

Update July 26, 2021

Upcoming Activities:

  • Lake Shore Road – a full road closure will be required during paving work. - TENTATIVELY WEEK OF August 9.
  • Extensive paving is TENTATIVELY scheduled to take place on Lake Shore Road during the week of 8/9/2021 and will result in three full days of road closure and associated significant impacts.

Please remember:

  • On-street parking is prohibited in work zones. Please park on a nearby street if possible or plan to leave home prior to major work starting—Cars may need to be towed out of work zones to avoid delays to work.
  • Residents within road closures will have access to their homes during most of the work. However, due to the nature of the work there will likely be significant delays.
  • Garbage service, mail, and deliveries will be coordinated by the contractor, as needed.
  • Emergency services will have access.

Update July 13, 2021

Work continues in various locations:

  • Curb ramp work on Bryant Road and Westview Drive.
  • Catch basin work on the following:
    • Bryant Road
    • Westview Drive 
    • Overlook Drive
    • Lake Shore Road
    • Melrose Street.
  • Travel cautiously around work areas. Watch for lane restrictions and pedestrian access during work at the sidewalk. Expect delays. Please allot for extra travel time or find an alternate route.

Week of July 12 - Pavement patch repairs late in week of July 12

  • Twin Fir Road
  • Sunny Hill Drive

Week of July 19 – Pavement work late in the week

  • Lund Street - paving
  • Summit Drive – pavement patching

 Being scheduled in August

  • Lake Shore Road – the road will have a closure during paving work, schedule and traffic plan still being determined. 

Update June 30, 2021

July 1:

  • July 1 - Night work planned for July 1st at the intersection of Boones Ferry Road and Kerr Parkway and Country Club Road - the work is planned for July 1, 8 p.m.-5 a.m. (schedule subject to change) - Expect lane closures.
  • See previous update for work areas still under construction

Week of July 5:

  • Paving on Summit Drive and Lund Street
  • See previous update for work areas still under construction
  • Note: Lake Shore Road has been shifted out to later in the month, date to be determined

Update June 23, 2021

Please use caution around work areas. Watch for no parking signs and lane restrictions, follow traffic signage and any instruction from flaggers in the field. Expect road closures of active paving areas with detours, as necessary.

Work generally occurs 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Work may also occur on Saturdays and/or at night as needed to reduce traffic impacts. Schedule subject to change due to weather and other variables. Work at each location occurs in multiple phases; you will see work crews and work areas change. Access to homes will be maintained but you may experience delays. All work will be complete by end of September.

Late June

  • Pavement patching continues on several streets
  • Work continues on curb ramps and other repairs on Bryant Road, Melrose Street, and Westview Drive
  • Preparation for paving on Lake Shore Road
  • Preparation for Melrose Street closure for paving repairs week of June 28

Expected Early July

  • Night work planned for July 1st at the intersection of Boones Ferry Road and Kerr Parkway and Country Club Road - the work is planned for July 1, 8 p.m.-5 a.m. (schedule subject to change) - Expect lane closures.
  • Lake Shore Road - grinding and paving work with closures begins after July 5 later July/August - coordination with neighbors will be necessary during road closures. 
  • Lund Street - preparation and paving work begins after July 5 - coordination with neighbors will be necessary
  • Continued work on the following:
    • Melrose Street between Peters Road and Fosberg Road
    • Bryant Road, just north of Jean Road south to Canal Woods Court
    • Westview Drive between Royce Way and Overlook Drive
    • Overlook Drive between Westview Drive and Tree Top Lane


  • To be updated as work progresses
  • Road striping will take place at night throughout the project streets. This will begin in mid-August and take several weeks, possibly into September.


Alert! The City has been alerted that a group claiming to be working on City roads is offering paving services to residents in the area. This group is not affiliated with the City work or the City’s contractor. The contractor for the City’s pavement management program will not offer services for hire in coordination with their contracted work with the City. As necessary, the contractor may work up to the private property line and coordinate with residents for the City’s pavement work, not private improvements.


View the Locations of 2021 Pavement Work

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The schedule posted in late May shifted considerably due to where work was able to start. That schedule update was no longer accurate and has been removed. Construction schedules can shift quickly given all the variables. Thanks for your patience.


Tree/vegetation pruning

Update January 27, 2021

Tree trimming is occurring this winter in advance of 2021 pavement work. The City has hired a contractor to trim trees and shrubs in advance of road paving and maintenance that will begin in late spring. A certified arborist will manage the work. Tree branches above and near streets, as well as shrubs adjacent to streets, will be cleanly trimmed to minimize the damage of being torn by large trucks and equipment necessary for the future road work. Winter pruning is the best time to minimize impact to bird habitat.

Through mid-February, neighbors may see the arborist and crew on:

  • Bryant Road (between Jean and Canal Woods)
  • Overlook Drive (between Westview and Tree Top)
  • Melrose Street (between Fosberg and Peters)
  • Additional streets will be added to the list soon

If you have questions about tree trimming, contact: Stefan Broadus, Assistant City Engineer 503-635-0267 or sbroadus@ci.oswego.or.us

The City’s Pavement Management Program will be patching or rehabilitating many streets in Lake Oswego this spring through fall.

Information will be mailed to neighbors on or near streets directly affected by pavement work. More information will be posted soon on this page soon.


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