2022 Pavement Rehabilitation

NIGHT WORK - Paving on Stafford Road and Rosemont Road

Night paving work will take place on Stafford Road and Rosemont Road in areas surrounding the traffic circle on Friday, October 7, 2022. 

  • Crews will work between 7 p.m. - 5 a.m. and conduct other work during daytime hours.
  • Watch for work crews and follow instructions from flaggers.
  • While efforts will be made to minimize impacts, expect delays and expect work to be noisy.
  • Schedules are subject to change due to weather or other variables.

Thank you for your patience while we complete this work.

Minor Delays as Road Work Activities Wrap Up

All major paving work and curb ramp construction has been completed, however patching, pavement striping, and other activities still remain. As the summer 2022 pavement management program wraps up work for the year, there may be minor delays in some project areas. 

  • Bryant Road and Boones Ferry Road - expect minor delays as crews complete work throughout September.
  • Nighttime striping throughout the project area - expect crews on area roads throughout the project area; noise and disruptions should be minimal.

You can expect to see pavement striping, patching work, landscape restoration, and many other elements of our pavement management program as we wrap up this year's program. You may still experience some delays in project areas as work is completed. Be sure to follow instructions from flaggers. Thank you for your patience as we finish our improvements to the roads and sidewalks for the summer.

Night Work: Pavement Striping Continues on Roads Throughout Lake Oswego

A contractor will be applying new striping on recently paved streets throughout Lake Oswego during nights in September. The material used for the retro-reflective striping must be applied when the pavement is within a specific temperature range. Pavement retains heat, often exceeding 100 degrees during summer days. It can take several hours after sunset for the pavement to cool for best striping application results.

Work hours are between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. You may see small work crews with lights in the street very late at night. The work is generally quiet and does not take long at each location. While work is less disruptive than other activities, there may be some minor delays. Please follow all instruction from flaggers. 

Bryant Road Fully Closed 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. August 23 and 24

A portion of Bryant Road between Lakeview Boulevard and Upper Road will be paved at night on August 23 and August 24. Anticipate delays, as work begins at 7 p.m. The work area will be fully closed and vehicles will be detoured beginning at 10 p.m. until 6 a.m.

Nearby neighbors will hear construction noise at night. Those who need access to Bryant Road after 10 p.m. should park outside the work area. Emergency vehicles always have access.

Message boards will be updated before work begins. Watch for schedule changes. Flaggers will help keep everyone safe. Final striping, pavement markings, and traffic loop sensor work will occur at night in September.

August Night Work on Boones Ferry Rd and Kruse Way

Night paving activities on Boones Ferry Rd and Kruse Way, including the section of Boones Ferry Rd between SW Washington Ct and Pilkington Rd, will continue in late August. Night work is necessary to reduce disruptions to traffic and hazards to workers. Additional day work is expected.

What to expect:

  • Work hours are from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. and may require lane closures.
  • This work will take place in several areas on weeknights, between 8/24—8/31.
  • Work may include milling away old pavement before paving. Construction noise is expected.
  • Paving activities may result in delays, please follow instructions from all flaggers and crew.
  • Schedule is subject to change.

We apologize in advance to neighbors inconvenienced by night time construction noise. Night work significantly reduces the duration of work in the neighborhood and impact to local and through traffic.

Paving on Fosberg Road Begins August 1.

Paving will take place on Fosberg Road from Melrose Street to Parkview Drive between August 1 and August 3. Schedule is subject to change and is weather dependent. 

  • Work will occur between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.
  • On-street parking is prohibited in work zones. Watch for no parking signage—Cars may need to be towed out of work zones to avoid delays to work.
  • Road closures —This will happen more than once for asphalt grinding and paving.
  • Residents within road closures will have access to their homes during most of the work. If you do not live within a closed area, please use an alternate route. You may need to approach your home from the other side of a road closure.
  • Emergency services will have access.
  • Expect brief delays, dust, and noise from work.
  • Please keep clear of work zones.

Night Paving Work Begins July 27

Night paving work will take place on sections of Boones Ferry Road during the week of July 27. Additional work will take place on Boones Ferry Road and Kruse Way, including the connection at Mercantile Drive, during the following week.


  • July 27 to July 29 Boones Ferry Road (from Kruse Way to Kerr Parkway).
  • August 4 to August 6  Boones Ferry Road (from Kruse Way to Kerr Parkway) and Kruse Way (from Mercantile Drive to Boones Ferry Road).  

Work hours are from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. The work may include milling of asphalt, jackhammering around valve covers and manholes to remove old asphalt, and then paving. Watch for work crews and follow instructions from flaggers. Construction noise is expected. Some day work will also take place. Schedule is subject to change and is weather dependent.

Delays on Bryant Road 

Some traffic delays are expected on Bryant Road over the first two weeks of August as road and ramp work require traffic signal shutdowns. Flaggers will be in place to direct traffic and delays are expected to be short. Work hours are, Mondays through Fridays, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays as needed.

  • Week of August 1 - Intersection of Upper Drive and Bryant Road.
  • Week of August 8 - Intersection of Lakeview Drive and Bryant Road.


Travel Delays on Daniel Way

Work at the intersection of Daniel Way and Kruse Way will require that a portion of Daniel Way be reduced to one travel lane between 7/18 – 7/22. Be sure to follow all instructions from flaggers. Expect delays. 

Anticipated Schedule for 2022 Pavement Work

Construction schedules subject to change.

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 delays and lane closures. Streets getting a slurry seal will be completely closed for one full work day.


  • Remaining slurry seal sweeping, inspections, and clean up work will be completed by mid-September.
  • Final paving areas, inspections, catch basins, curb ramps, and other clean up.
  • Nighttime pavement striping work will take place on many roads throughout the area in August and September.
  • All work should be complete by the end of September.  

2022 Pavement Rehabilitation Program Map 

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The following streets are scheduled for paving and/or patching during the 2022 pavement management program:


  • Fosberg Road from Melrose Street to Parkview Drive
  • Kruse Way from Mercantile Drive to Boones Ferry Road
  • Boones Ferry Road from Kruse Way to Country Club Road
  • Boones Ferry Road between Pilkington Road and south of Washington Court
  • Bryant Road from Upper Drive to Lakeview Boulevard
  • Northern half of Douglas Circle from Twin Fir Road to Lanewood Street
  • Green Bluff Drive from Wayside Lane to south of Eastview Court


  • Lower Drive west of Bryant Road
  • Lakeview Boulevard east of Bryant Road
  • Cumberland Road at Sunningdale Road

To view the locations of the streets scheduled for slurry seal work this summer, visit our 2022 Slurry Seal page.

Tree Trimming Begins February 28th

Tree trimming activities will begin on Monday, February 28, 2022 in advance of spring and summer paving and rehabilitation activities. 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 paving or applying slurry seal to roads.

Tree trimming will take place in the Mt Park neighborhood on Hidalgo Street, Garibaldi Street, Juarez and Becket. This will cause some traffic delays as crews complete their work.


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