As part of the Washington Way Reconstruction project, exploratory utility work (potholing) with flagging will take place, as needed, along Washington Way from 35th Street to 15th Street. The road will remain open, but some delays should be expected. Work is planned to take place through Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020.
Metered parking spaces near West Hall will be temporarily closed and/or blocked to allow equipment to park near the manhole adjacent to the corner of 30th Street and Intramural Lane. Workers will be clearing the storm sewer pipe. This will allow work to take place without blocking traffic. Some traffic slowing is expected for the safety of workers. Parking spaces will reopen as soon as work is completed.
For questions or comments on this closure, contact Infrastructure Project Manager Aaron Collett at (541) 207-2780.
Traffic will be controlled with flaggers between SW 15th and SW 26th Streets along Washington Way in order to allow exploratory utility work for the design of the Washington Way Reconstruction project. Roads will remain open but some delays should be expected.
For questions or comments on this closure, contact Construction Manager Lindsey Austin at (541) 990-7720.
As part of the Washington Way Reconstruction project, the contractor will be potholing utilities along the road corridor in preparation for design/construction. They will have flaggers as needed. Potholes in the roadway may cause minor delays controlled by flagging.
For questions or comments on this closure, contact Project Manager Aaron Collett at (541) 207-2780.