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Road and Bridge Maintenance Projects Planned for 2018

Last updated Feb. 20, 2018

Bridge maintenance

Our 180 bridges are inspected every 2 years and through those inspections we sometimes find repair and maintenance work that needs to be done to preserve the bridge structure and keep it safe for travelers. That work often includes bridge scour projects, either removing excess soil from stream channels or replacing soil around foundations that has been washed away during high water events.

Bridge repair projects are currently being developed for 2018. Additional projects will be added to the list below. For details, click on the project name.

Questions? Contact Devin Patterson at devinpat@clackamas.us or 503-742-4666.

Chip seal

A chip seal is a coating of liquid asphalt and rock chips applied to the existing roadway to extend the life of the pavement. Learn more about our chip seal program.

Pavement preservation

Pavement preservation is the placement of hot mix asphaltic concrete on an existing road surface to extend the life of road by adding structure to the road, remedy pavement distresses, and maintain a road’s condition to a level where the road doesn’t have to be reconstructed in the future.

The county is planning to pave 20.8 miles of road in 2018. We will update this list with estimated start dates as the information becomes available. Residents in the project areas will receive notice prior to project start dates. Sign up for email updates for these upcoming projects and other transportation news. See the Transportation Projects Map for paving project locations.

Maplelane Road package: 4.4 miles

Canby package: 8 miles

Feyrer Park package: 7.4 miles

Borland Road package: 1 mile

Questions? Contact Project Manager Vince Hall at vincehal@clackamas.us or 503-650-3210.

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Transportation Maintenance

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Email roadconcerns@clackamas.us
Address McCoy Building
902 Abernethy Road
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