Johnson Creek Blvd. paving and curb ramps

Paving the roadway and retrofitting curb ramps and traffic signals for ADA compliance  


Design phase 

Updated: April 27, 2023

Johnson Creek Blvd is a main road in the Milwaukie area with heavy volumes of vehicle traffic. The road will be repaved between 79th Pl and approximately 500 feet south at 45th Pl. Bell Avenue will also be repaved between Johnson Creek Blvd. and Alberta Ave. 
Sidewalk curb ramps and pedestrian push buttons will be checked for compliance with ADA standards and retrofitted or replaced, as needed.


To provide a smooth traveling surface for motorists and bicyclists and to improve safety and accessibility for pedestrians. 


  • Design: March 2023 to Winter 2024
  • Right of way: Winter 2023 to Winter 2024
  • Construction: Spring 2025 to Fall 2025 

Traffic impact

Expect shoulder and lane closures and detours with delays up to 20 minutes during construction.

Current activities

Project planning and development of design concepts. 


  • Project estimate $6 million.
  • Funding is provided from county road funds, and HB2017 state gas tax funding.

Frequently Asked Questions


This project was prioritized by the Community Road Fund Advisory Committee and is also prioritized as a Tier 1 capital project in our Transportation System Plan (Project ID 1029). Tier 1 projects are categorized as needed investments with anticipated funding sources. There are always more transportation needs than funds available to design and construct needed projects, but this project rose to the top of the list for safety and congestion needs in the area.


Yes, we will host a community open house once preliminary design concepts are developed. At this stage in the process, we estimate community involvement in summer 2023. Feel free to reach out to the Project Manager anytime with questions or concerns (Jonathan Hangartner,, 971-804-2825).


Yes, access to businesses and homes will be maintained during and after construction. Although sidewalks will be added along the north side of Johnson Creek Blvd., driveway access will provided across the sidewalk section.


Yes, the proposed project will add curb and sidewalk along the north side of Johnson Creek Blvd, to capture all storm water runoff from the roadway. Storm drains and pipes will carry the water away from homes and businesses.

Contact Us
Department Staff
Jonathan Hangartner, PE
Project Manager


150 Beavercreek Road Room #325 Oregon City, OR 97045

Office Hours:

Monday to Thursday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Available by phone/email
8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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