As part of the Student Legacy Park Resurfacing project, construction activity may create minor delays for pedestrians along the sidewalk west of Dixon Recreation Center. The work will take place on Friday, December 8 from 12 – 4 P.M. Several parking spaces on the east side of SW 26th St. will be taped off for equipment staging. Work crews will be moving between the fenced construction area around the sand volleyball courts and a cement mixer parked on 26th St. Impacts to pedestrians are expected to be minimal.

In addition, a second work site will be active along the south sidewalk on SW Intramural Lane, across from Poling Hall. Workers in the area will be pouring concrete near the basketball court. Impacts to pedestrians are expected to be minimal.

The map shows a work area with construction fencing along the sidewalk west of Dixon Recreation Center on SW 26th St. The sidewalk is marked as open.  The location of a concrete mixer is marked in the parking spaces bordering the sidewalk on 26th St.

The map shows the location of a concrete mixer and a work area on SW Intramural Lane across from Poling Hall. The work area is located on the sidewalk just north of the basketball court at Student Legacy  Park.

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

As part of the Jen-Hsun & Lori Huang Collaborative Innovation Complex project, soil sampling work will occur around and near the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center from Monday, June 26 through Wednesday, June 28. Multiple parking spaces on the north end of the A2 parking lot west of the building will be closed. The rest of the parking lot will remain open. The work will require periodic closures to the Center’s patio area. The sidewalks bordering NW Monroe Avenue to the north and SW Memorial Place to the east will not be impacted. The sidewalks on the west and south sides of the Center may be temporarily unavailable due to equipment needs. Other possible impacts include noise near the work site.

The image shows the area surrounding the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center. Potential impacts to sidewalks are marked on the west and south sides of the building. Parking space closures are marked on the north side of the parking lot to the west of the Center. Locations for drilling sites are marked throughout the lawn and patio area. A text box states the drilling locations will be taped off while work is being done. A text box states that the patio will experience periodic closures and will be taped off during work.

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

Effective Date(s): Wednesday, June 21 – Monday, July 3

This is an update to a previous notification for a closure on SW 26th Street near Dixon Recreation Center. The road and west sidewalk closure will remain in place. The new pedestrian detour will be along the sidewalk that runs between the Coliseum Substation and the sand volleyball courts, just south of Dixon Recreation Center. Signs will be placed at the sidewalk endpoints on 26th Street and Washington Way to direct pedestrian traffic. The closures and pedestrian detour will remain in effect through July 3.

The map shows a pedestrian detour along a sidewalk between the Colesium Substation and the sand volleyball courts at the corner of SW 26th Street and SW Washington Way, just south of Dixon Recreation Center.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Construction Manager Aaron Amoth at (541) 207-5084.

As part of the West Greenhouse Improvement project, a section of the westbound lane on SW Campus Way will be closed along with the north sidewalk on Tuesday, March 21 from 7 a.m. – 12 p.m. The section affected is located between SW 30th and SW 35th Streets, just west of the greenhouses. Drivers should expect to see flagging crews in the area. Pedestrians may travel along the north or south sidewalk and then detour across SW Campus Way at the crosswalk located at the Seed Laboratory. Other possible impacts include noise, dust and mud near the construction site.

Two maps are shown. The first map shows a pedestrian detour route on Campus Way between 30th and 35th Streets. The detour runs from the intersection with 30th St. along the south sidewalk of Campus Way. The route crosses Campus Way via a crosswalk at the Seed Laboratory and proceeds down the north sidewalk to 35th St. The second map shows a vehicle detour on Campus Way between 30th and 35th streets. A section of the westbound lane is shown as closed between the greenhouses and the Seed Laboratory.

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

As part of the West Greenhouse Improvement project, construction fencing will be placed along the north sidewalk of SW Campus Way.

The fencing will extend from the driveway west of the greenhouses to the western side of the Seed Laboratory. 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.

The map shows the location of construction fencing placed along a section of the north sidewalk of SW Campus Way. The fencing extends from just west of the greenhouses to  the western side of the Seed Laboratory. The picture shows the legs of the fence placed on the inner edge of the sidewalk, with a three foot clearance to the outside edge.

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


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 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.