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Lolo Pass Road Access Alternatives Study

Lolo Pass Road is the sole winter access to 250 homes and the west side of the Mt. Hood National Forest, but portions of it have been destroyed by storms in the past. Clackamas County and the US Department of Transportation are working with specialists and the public to identify and analyze alternatives to help ensure the roadway will remain open and safe year-round.

Project Notice, mailed to area residents and property owners May 1, 2014

Map of study area

Map of Powerline Corridor and Sandy River Corridor -- Area of Potential Effect

Project description (July 2014)

Project schedule

Learn more about road funding challenges in Clackamas County

For more information, contact Larry Conrad, principal transportation planner, at 503-742-4539 or larrycon@clackamas.us.

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