As part of the Pride Center Renovation project, SW May Avenue between Adams Hall and the Pride Center will be closed on Monday, January 30th from 8:00AM – 1:00PM for tree removal. This closure will impact the 15th St. entrance to the parking lot located on the corner of SW 17th St. and SW A Ave. However, all other entrances to the parking lot will remain open. Please see map for alternate routes.

Other possible impacts include disruptive noise near the worksite. For questions or comments on this closure, contact Construction Manager Scylise Little.


As part of the Washington Way Improvement project, Washington Way between 17th & 26th streets will be closed to vehicle traffic to allow for storm drain installation. Pedestrian access will be maintained along the walkway on the south side of Washington Way.

Other possible impacts include dust, mud and noise near the construction site.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Construction Manager <a href="mailto:Bennett, Derek <derek.bennett@oregonstate.edu>" data-type="mailto" data-id="mailto:Bennett, Derek Derek Bennett at (541) 609-6111.


As part of the Washington Way Improvement project, east-west pedestrian access along Washington Way between 17th & 26th Streets will be rerouted at the 17th & 26th Street intersections. Pedestrians traveling east-west along the north sidewalk will be detoured across Washington Way to an ADA-accessible walkway. The north sidewalk between 17th & 26th Streets will be closed starting on 1/23/23 through the duration of this project.

Other possible impacts include noise, dust and mud near the construction site.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Construction Manager Derek Bennet at (541) 609-6111.


As part of the New West Greenhouse project, the West Greenhouse Complex parking lot will be permanently closed. Pedestrian access to the north sidewalk along Campus Way between 30th & 35th Streets will be limited throughout the duration of the project.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Construction Manager John Doty at (541) 740-8302


As part of the Washington Way Improvement project, flagging crews will be directing the flow of traffic on Washington Way. The work zone will be moving from 17th street down to the Tennis Pavilion throughout the course of the day. Other potential impacts include dust, mud and noise near the construction zone.

Map of Washington Way showing a highlighted section from 17th St. west to the Tennis Pavilion highlighted.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Construction Manager Derek Bennett at (541) 609-6111.

As part of the Pride Center Renovation project, construction fencing will be placed along the north sidewalk on SW A Avenue between SW 15th and SW 16th Streets. The fencing will create a minor obstruction along the inside edge of the sidewalk, while still allowing pedestrian access in compliance with regulations. Pedestrians who use this sidewalk are advised to use extra caution and be aware of possible obstructions. Please see below for a map and photo of the area.

A construction fence placed along the inside edge of the north sidewalk on Avenue A.
Map shows a highlighted section of the north sidewalk on SW A Avenue, between SW 16th St. and SW 15th St.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Construction Manager Scylise Little.

As part of the Graf Hall Renovation project, a crane will be placed in the Graf Hall parking lot on Friday, Jan. 6th from 6:30 AM to 10:00 AM. The crane will be located within the fenced construction area. This may disrupt traffic patterns at the north end of the parking lot.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Project Manager David Amundson at (541) 737-4551.

As part of the Community Hall Slope project, the walkway on the south side of the Pharmacy building and the ADA parking spots in the south Pharmacy/Furman parking lot will be closed to allow for handrail installation. Garbage trucks will have access to the trash enclosure. Alternative pedestrian access will be available and ADA access to buildings will be maintained.

Other possible impacts include minor noise from drilling concrete.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Construction Manager Scott Bond at (541) 974-2520 .