S. Ivy St. Pedestrian Intersection Improvements

Widening roadway to a consistent three lanes and adding bike lanes and sidewalks on both sides from 99E to Lee Elementary School. A yellow and red flashing signal will also be installed at the intersection of Ivy St and Township Road. Signal will be activated to green-yellow-red phases when future traffic demand warrants signal. Fully accessible curb ramps will be constructed at intersection corners, as well as stormwater facility upgrades that will provide improved drainage for the roadway and treatment of stormwater runoff. 


Moving power underground and right of way acquisitions.

Updated: May 19, 2023

South Ivy Street connects downtown Canby to schools, parks, and surrounding residential neighborhoods. As an important connection, it is crucial that this road serve vehicles, bicyclists and pedestrians. Our goal is to construct a complete street, creating a linked network of sidewalks and bike lanes giving bicyclists and pedestrians of all ages access to local businesses, schools, parks, and nearby neighborhoods.

Through a collaborative effort between the community, city and county, multiple alternatives to improve South Ivy Street were evaluated. The final project will safely accommodate existing traffic growth, minimize impacts to adjacent properties and parking, and make South Ivy a more walkable and complete street.


To provide a safe route for bikes and pedestrians along Ivy St. and provide a traffic signal at the intersection of Ivy St. and Township Road. 


  • Utility Relocation: July 23 – Spring 2024
  • Design: Sept. 2019 – Winter 2023
  • Right of way: Fall 2020 – Winter 2023
  • Construction: Spring 2024 – Fall 2025

Things to be aware of

  • Expect impacts to vehicle and bicycle facilities and delays during construction. 
  • Canby Utility is moving power underground and adding street lighting. Expect crews to be onsite through spring 2024. While weekend and night work is not planned, it may be needed for the utility relocation work. Traffic flaggers will direct travelers through lane closures. Please slow down and be mindful in the work zone.  Thank you for your patience as we work to complete this project as quickly and safely as possible.


  • Project estimate is $5.7 million
  • Funding is provided from State Funded Local Projects funds, County Road Funds and City of Canby funds. 

June 2021 open house materials

Contact us
Department Staff
Jonathan Hangartner, PE
Project Manager


150 Beavercreek Road Room #325 Oregon City, OR 97045

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Monday to Thursday
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