Clackamas Area Interceptor Improvement Project

Clackamas Water Environment Services (WES) owns and operates the sewer infrastructure transporting wastewater from homes and businesses in Happy Valley, and the unincorporated areas around it, to our water resource recovery facilities. The existing Clackamas Area primary sewer line (interceptor) has served unincorporated Clackamas County, Happy Valley and Carver well. However, improvements and upsizing are needed for WES to continue to provide a resilient, reliable sanitary sewer system to serve our community in the future.

The Clackamas Area Interceptor Improvement Project will replace existing pipes with larger, more resilient pipes to increase capacity. In some cases, the pipes may be relocated to improve the overall connections of the system. The project is expected to take four years to complete design, permitting and easement acquisition. Construction will occur in a phased approach, likely beginning in 2026.

The Clackamas Area Interceptor Improvement Project Virtual Meeting - Learn more about the project and meet the team!

Interceptor Defined

An interceptor is a primary sewer line that receives wastewater flow from several smaller trunk and local sewer lines. The interceptor moves the wastewater to the wastewater treatment facility. Interceptors are some of the largest pipes in a sewer system.

Diagram of a water collection system

Locations

The Clackamas Area Interceptor Improvement Project includes five miles of pipes divided into four segments for construction purposes.

Map
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Upper Clackamas Interceptor connects to the Rock Creek Interceptor, where Rock Creek crosses the intersection of Highway (Hwy) 212 and Hwy 224 and continues along Hwy 212 to the intersection of Hwy 212 and SE 124th Court where it connects with the Middle Clackamas Interceptor.

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Middle Clackamas Interceptor starts at the intersection of Hwy 212 and SE 124th Court. It travels northwesterly to the intersection of Minuteman Way and Mather Road, connecting to the Lower Clackamas Interceptor.

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Lower Clackamas Interceptor starts at the intersection of Minuteman Way and Mather Road. It continues in a Northwesterly direction behind properties. Near the end of the Lower Clackamas Interceptor, the Lower Phillips Interceptor and the Mount Talbert Interceptor end and discharge into the Lower Clackamas Interceptor. The Lower Clackamas Interceptor then continues a few hundred more feet, crossing the Union Pacific Railroad next to 82nd Avenue and moving to the Mount Scott Interceptor.

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Mount Scott Interceptor begins at the end of the Clackamas Interceptor. It runs along Mount Scott Creek in a Northwesterly direction to the intersection of SE Kuehn Road and SE Aldercrest Road. Only the upper portion of the Mount Scott interceptor, between the end of the Clackamas Interceptor to the Intertie 2 Diversion box located at the end of SE Johnson Road, is included in this Project.

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This project was identified as a priority in the Capital Improvement Plan to ensure a safe, resilient, reliable sanitary sewer system with the capacity to serve our community now and in the future. This project will provide additional capacity and system improvements to serve Clackamas County and portions of the City of Happy Valley.

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Design, permitting, and related work began in 2023 and is expected to take approximately 4 years. Construction will be done in phases, anticipated to begin after 2026.

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As a WES customer, this project will help ensure that you continue to receive reliable sanitary sewer service. It will also help ensure that our waterways are protected from sanitary sewer overflows. 

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During the planning phase of this project (i.e., surveying, permitting, etc.), roadway lanes may be closed for short periods along the project route. These lane closures will be signed and flaggers will control traffic. They will make sure traffic continues to move and will limit delays to the shortest time possible. 

Although most of the project is in public right of way, there are places along the project alignment where access will be needed to private property. If access is needed to private property for design, a WES representative will be in contact before crews are on site.

Construction impacts are not known at this time. More information will be provided as we get closer to construction.

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The Capital Improvement Plan estimates the total cost of the project to be approximately $39.1 million, spread out over more than twelve years. As the design is refined, a more specific cost estimate will be identified.

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As a project identified in WES’ Capital Improvement Plan, the Clackamas Area Interceptor project is a planned expense and is included in budget discussions and rate studies. We are committed to keeping rates affordable and maintaining monthly service rates in line with the local area average while meeting the needs of growing communities and replacing aging infrastructure.   

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Since the Clackamas Area Interceptor Improvement project both increases capacity and rehabilitates existing infrastructure, financing will be provided through a combination of system development charges for new connections to the system and monthly wastewater user charges.

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Crews will be in the field to conduct land and utility surveying and to identify environmental conditions such as wetlands, streams and wildlife habitat, and cultural resources.

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The specific construction impacts are not yet known. There will likely be traffic impacts, including lane closures and detours. We will share details of construction impacts when more is known. Please sign up for the project contact list to receive project updates. 

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If an easement is needed on property you own, you will be contacted by our easement acquisition team to coordinate with you. 

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The method of construction will be determined as part of the design process.

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Crews will be in the field to conduct land and utility surveying and to identify environmental conditions such as wetlands, streams and wildlife habitat, and cultural resources. 

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You can learn more about this project on this project page and by signing up for project updates

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For project related questions, please contact wescustomerservice@clackamas.us

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Project Planning

Man in construction gear surveyingOne of the first tasks is to create a baseline of conditions along the pipeline route. Field crews will be surveying land, locating utilities, identifying potential environmental, cultural, and historic resources to protect, and assessing the topography, soil, and geology. The interceptor work will be mainly within the public right-of-way. Property owners will be contacted before access is needed on private property.

The majority of the Project is within a busy commercial and industrial area. Maintaining access to private property is essential. We will coordinate with local businesses, Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), the railroad, and other agencies and service providers in the area.

This Project includes sensitive environmental areas, including Rock Creek, wetlands, and stream crossings. The Clackamas Area Interceptor Project will seek to minimize potential impacts to fish and wildlife habitats during design and construction. 

Community members, the WES Advisory Committee, industry experts, and elected officials provided vital input to prioritize this Project as part of the Capital Improvement Master Plan.

Frequently Asked Questions

About the Project

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Upper Clackamas Interceptor connects to the Rock Creek Interceptor, where Rock Creek crosses the intersection of Highway (Hwy) 212 and Hwy 224 and continues along Hwy 212 to the intersection of Hwy 212 and SE 124th Court where it connects with the Middle Clackamas Interceptor.

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Middle Clackamas Interceptor starts at the intersection of Hwy 212 and SE 124th Court. It travels northwesterly to the intersection of Minuteman Way and Mather Road, connecting to the Lower Clackamas Interceptor.

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Lower Clackamas Interceptor starts at the intersection of Minuteman Way and Mather Road. It continues in a Northwesterly direction behind properties. Near the end of the Lower Clackamas Interceptor, the Lower Phillips Interceptor and the Mount Talbert Interceptor end and discharge into the Lower Clackamas Interceptor. The Lower Clackamas Interceptor then continues a few hundred more feet, crossing the Union Pacific Railroad next to 82nd Avenue and moving to the Mount Scott Interceptor.

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Mount Scott Interceptor begins at the end of the Clackamas Interceptor. It runs along Mount Scott Creek in a Northwesterly direction to the intersection of SE Kuehn Road and SE Aldercrest Road. Only the upper portion of the Mount Scott interceptor, between the end of the Clackamas Interceptor to the Intertie 2 Diversion box located at the end of SE Johnson Road, is included in this Project.

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This project was identified as a priority in the Capital Improvement Plan to ensure a safe, resilient, reliable sanitary sewer system with the capacity to serve our community now and in the future. This project will provide additional capacity and system improvements to serve Clackamas County and portions of the City of Happy Valley.

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Design, permitting, and related work began in 2023 and is expected to take approximately 4 years. Construction will be done in phases, anticipated to begin after 2026.

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As a WES customer, this project will help ensure that you continue to receive reliable sanitary sewer service. It will also help ensure that our waterways are protected from sanitary sewer overflows. 

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During the planning phase of this project (i.e., surveying, permitting, etc.), roadway lanes may be closed for short periods along the project route. These lane closures will be signed and flaggers will control traffic. They will make sure traffic continues to move and will limit delays to the shortest time possible. 

Although most of the project is in public right of way, there are places along the project alignment where access will be needed to private property. If access is needed to private property for design, a WES representative will be in contact before crews are on site.

Construction impacts are not known at this time. More information will be provided as we get closer to construction.

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The Capital Improvement Plan estimates the total cost of the project to be approximately $39.1 million, spread out over more than twelve years. As the design is refined, a more specific cost estimate will be identified.

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As a project identified in WES’ Capital Improvement Plan, the Clackamas Area Interceptor project is a planned expense and is included in budget discussions and rate studies. We are committed to keeping rates affordable and maintaining monthly service rates in line with the local area average while meeting the needs of growing communities and replacing aging infrastructure.   

123086

Since the Clackamas Area Interceptor Improvement project both increases capacity and rehabilitates existing infrastructure, financing will be provided through a combination of system development charges for new connections to the system and monthly wastewater user charges.

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Crews will be in the field to conduct land and utility surveying and to identify environmental conditions such as wetlands, streams and wildlife habitat, and cultural resources.

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The specific construction impacts are not yet known. There will likely be traffic impacts, including lane closures and detours. We will share details of construction impacts when more is known. Please sign up for the project contact list to receive project updates. 

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If an easement is needed on property you own, you will be contacted by our easement acquisition team to coordinate with you. 

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The method of construction will be determined as part of the design process.

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Crews will be in the field to conduct land and utility surveying and to identify environmental conditions such as wetlands, streams and wildlife habitat, and cultural resources. 

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You can learn more about this project on this project page and by signing up for project updates

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For project related questions, please contact wescustomerservice@clackamas.us

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Project cost and financing

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Upper Clackamas Interceptor connects to the Rock Creek Interceptor, where Rock Creek crosses the intersection of Highway (Hwy) 212 and Hwy 224 and continues along Hwy 212 to the intersection of Hwy 212 and SE 124th Court where it connects with the Middle Clackamas Interceptor.

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Middle Clackamas Interceptor starts at the intersection of Hwy 212 and SE 124th Court. It travels northwesterly to the intersection of Minuteman Way and Mather Road, connecting to the Lower Clackamas Interceptor.

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Lower Clackamas Interceptor starts at the intersection of Minuteman Way and Mather Road. It continues in a Northwesterly direction behind properties. Near the end of the Lower Clackamas Interceptor, the Lower Phillips Interceptor and the Mount Talbert Interceptor end and discharge into the Lower Clackamas Interceptor. The Lower Clackamas Interceptor then continues a few hundred more feet, crossing the Union Pacific Railroad next to 82nd Avenue and moving to the Mount Scott Interceptor.

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Mount Scott Interceptor begins at the end of the Clackamas Interceptor. It runs along Mount Scott Creek in a Northwesterly direction to the intersection of SE Kuehn Road and SE Aldercrest Road. Only the upper portion of the Mount Scott interceptor, between the end of the Clackamas Interceptor to the Intertie 2 Diversion box located at the end of SE Johnson Road, is included in this Project.

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This project was identified as a priority in the Capital Improvement Plan to ensure a safe, resilient, reliable sanitary sewer system with the capacity to serve our community now and in the future. This project will provide additional capacity and system improvements to serve Clackamas County and portions of the City of Happy Valley.

123061

Design, permitting, and related work began in 2023 and is expected to take approximately 4 years. Construction will be done in phases, anticipated to begin after 2026.

123061

As a WES customer, this project will help ensure that you continue to receive reliable sanitary sewer service. It will also help ensure that our waterways are protected from sanitary sewer overflows. 

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During the planning phase of this project (i.e., surveying, permitting, etc.), roadway lanes may be closed for short periods along the project route. These lane closures will be signed and flaggers will control traffic. They will make sure traffic continues to move and will limit delays to the shortest time possible. 

Although most of the project is in public right of way, there are places along the project alignment where access will be needed to private property. If access is needed to private property for design, a WES representative will be in contact before crews are on site.

Construction impacts are not known at this time. More information will be provided as we get closer to construction.

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The Capital Improvement Plan estimates the total cost of the project to be approximately $39.1 million, spread out over more than twelve years. As the design is refined, a more specific cost estimate will be identified.

123086

As a project identified in WES’ Capital Improvement Plan, the Clackamas Area Interceptor project is a planned expense and is included in budget discussions and rate studies. We are committed to keeping rates affordable and maintaining monthly service rates in line with the local area average while meeting the needs of growing communities and replacing aging infrastructure.   

123086

Since the Clackamas Area Interceptor Improvement project both increases capacity and rehabilitates existing infrastructure, financing will be provided through a combination of system development charges for new connections to the system and monthly wastewater user charges.

123086

Crews will be in the field to conduct land and utility surveying and to identify environmental conditions such as wetlands, streams and wildlife habitat, and cultural resources.

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The specific construction impacts are not yet known. There will likely be traffic impacts, including lane closures and detours. We will share details of construction impacts when more is known. Please sign up for the project contact list to receive project updates. 

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If an easement is needed on property you own, you will be contacted by our easement acquisition team to coordinate with you. 

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The method of construction will be determined as part of the design process.

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Crews will be in the field to conduct land and utility surveying and to identify environmental conditions such as wetlands, streams and wildlife habitat, and cultural resources. 

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You can learn more about this project on this project page and by signing up for project updates

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For project related questions, please contact wescustomerservice@clackamas.us

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Survey

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Upper Clackamas Interceptor connects to the Rock Creek Interceptor, where Rock Creek crosses the intersection of Highway (Hwy) 212 and Hwy 224 and continues along Hwy 212 to the intersection of Hwy 212 and SE 124th Court where it connects with the Middle Clackamas Interceptor.

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Middle Clackamas Interceptor starts at the intersection of Hwy 212 and SE 124th Court. It travels northwesterly to the intersection of Minuteman Way and Mather Road, connecting to the Lower Clackamas Interceptor.

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Lower Clackamas Interceptor starts at the intersection of Minuteman Way and Mather Road. It continues in a Northwesterly direction behind properties. Near the end of the Lower Clackamas Interceptor, the Lower Phillips Interceptor and the Mount Talbert Interceptor end and discharge into the Lower Clackamas Interceptor. The Lower Clackamas Interceptor then continues a few hundred more feet, crossing the Union Pacific Railroad next to 82nd Avenue and moving to the Mount Scott Interceptor.

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Mount Scott Interceptor begins at the end of the Clackamas Interceptor. It runs along Mount Scott Creek in a Northwesterly direction to the intersection of SE Kuehn Road and SE Aldercrest Road. Only the upper portion of the Mount Scott interceptor, between the end of the Clackamas Interceptor to the Intertie 2 Diversion box located at the end of SE Johnson Road, is included in this Project.

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This project was identified as a priority in the Capital Improvement Plan to ensure a safe, resilient, reliable sanitary sewer system with the capacity to serve our community now and in the future. This project will provide additional capacity and system improvements to serve Clackamas County and portions of the City of Happy Valley.

123061

Design, permitting, and related work began in 2023 and is expected to take approximately 4 years. Construction will be done in phases, anticipated to begin after 2026.

123061

As a WES customer, this project will help ensure that you continue to receive reliable sanitary sewer service. It will also help ensure that our waterways are protected from sanitary sewer overflows. 

123061

During the planning phase of this project (i.e., surveying, permitting, etc.), roadway lanes may be closed for short periods along the project route. These lane closures will be signed and flaggers will control traffic. They will make sure traffic continues to move and will limit delays to the shortest time possible. 

Although most of the project is in public right of way, there are places along the project alignment where access will be needed to private property. If access is needed to private property for design, a WES representative will be in contact before crews are on site.

Construction impacts are not known at this time. More information will be provided as we get closer to construction.

123061

The Capital Improvement Plan estimates the total cost of the project to be approximately $39.1 million, spread out over more than twelve years. As the design is refined, a more specific cost estimate will be identified.

123086

As a project identified in WES’ Capital Improvement Plan, the Clackamas Area Interceptor project is a planned expense and is included in budget discussions and rate studies. We are committed to keeping rates affordable and maintaining monthly service rates in line with the local area average while meeting the needs of growing communities and replacing aging infrastructure.   

123086

Since the Clackamas Area Interceptor Improvement project both increases capacity and rehabilitates existing infrastructure, financing will be provided through a combination of system development charges for new connections to the system and monthly wastewater user charges.

123086

Crews will be in the field to conduct land and utility surveying and to identify environmental conditions such as wetlands, streams and wildlife habitat, and cultural resources.

123101

The specific construction impacts are not yet known. There will likely be traffic impacts, including lane closures and detours. We will share details of construction impacts when more is known. Please sign up for the project contact list to receive project updates. 

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If an easement is needed on property you own, you will be contacted by our easement acquisition team to coordinate with you. 

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The method of construction will be determined as part of the design process.

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Crews will be in the field to conduct land and utility surveying and to identify environmental conditions such as wetlands, streams and wildlife habitat, and cultural resources. 

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You can learn more about this project on this project page and by signing up for project updates

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For project related questions, please contact wescustomerservice@clackamas.us

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Construction

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Upper Clackamas Interceptor connects to the Rock Creek Interceptor, where Rock Creek crosses the intersection of Highway (Hwy) 212 and Hwy 224 and continues along Hwy 212 to the intersection of Hwy 212 and SE 124th Court where it connects with the Middle Clackamas Interceptor.

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Middle Clackamas Interceptor starts at the intersection of Hwy 212 and SE 124th Court. It travels northwesterly to the intersection of Minuteman Way and Mather Road, connecting to the Lower Clackamas Interceptor.

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Lower Clackamas Interceptor starts at the intersection of Minuteman Way and Mather Road. It continues in a Northwesterly direction behind properties. Near the end of the Lower Clackamas Interceptor, the Lower Phillips Interceptor and the Mount Talbert Interceptor end and discharge into the Lower Clackamas Interceptor. The Lower Clackamas Interceptor then continues a few hundred more feet, crossing the Union Pacific Railroad next to 82nd Avenue and moving to the Mount Scott Interceptor.

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Mount Scott Interceptor begins at the end of the Clackamas Interceptor. It runs along Mount Scott Creek in a Northwesterly direction to the intersection of SE Kuehn Road and SE Aldercrest Road. Only the upper portion of the Mount Scott interceptor, between the end of the Clackamas Interceptor to the Intertie 2 Diversion box located at the end of SE Johnson Road, is included in this Project.

120046

This project was identified as a priority in the Capital Improvement Plan to ensure a safe, resilient, reliable sanitary sewer system with the capacity to serve our community now and in the future. This project will provide additional capacity and system improvements to serve Clackamas County and portions of the City of Happy Valley.

123061

Design, permitting, and related work began in 2023 and is expected to take approximately 4 years. Construction will be done in phases, anticipated to begin after 2026.

123061

As a WES customer, this project will help ensure that you continue to receive reliable sanitary sewer service. It will also help ensure that our waterways are protected from sanitary sewer overflows. 

123061

During the planning phase of this project (i.e., surveying, permitting, etc.), roadway lanes may be closed for short periods along the project route. These lane closures will be signed and flaggers will control traffic. They will make sure traffic continues to move and will limit delays to the shortest time possible. 

Although most of the project is in public right of way, there are places along the project alignment where access will be needed to private property. If access is needed to private property for design, a WES representative will be in contact before crews are on site.

Construction impacts are not known at this time. More information will be provided as we get closer to construction.

123061

The Capital Improvement Plan estimates the total cost of the project to be approximately $39.1 million, spread out over more than twelve years. As the design is refined, a more specific cost estimate will be identified.

123086

As a project identified in WES’ Capital Improvement Plan, the Clackamas Area Interceptor project is a planned expense and is included in budget discussions and rate studies. We are committed to keeping rates affordable and maintaining monthly service rates in line with the local area average while meeting the needs of growing communities and replacing aging infrastructure.   

123086

Since the Clackamas Area Interceptor Improvement project both increases capacity and rehabilitates existing infrastructure, financing will be provided through a combination of system development charges for new connections to the system and monthly wastewater user charges.

123086

Crews will be in the field to conduct land and utility surveying and to identify environmental conditions such as wetlands, streams and wildlife habitat, and cultural resources.

123101

The specific construction impacts are not yet known. There will likely be traffic impacts, including lane closures and detours. We will share details of construction impacts when more is known. Please sign up for the project contact list to receive project updates. 

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If an easement is needed on property you own, you will be contacted by our easement acquisition team to coordinate with you. 

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The method of construction will be determined as part of the design process.

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Crews will be in the field to conduct land and utility surveying and to identify environmental conditions such as wetlands, streams and wildlife habitat, and cultural resources. 

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You can learn more about this project on this project page and by signing up for project updates

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For project related questions, please contact wescustomerservice@clackamas.us

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More Information

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Upper Clackamas Interceptor connects to the Rock Creek Interceptor, where Rock Creek crosses the intersection of Highway (Hwy) 212 and Hwy 224 and continues along Hwy 212 to the intersection of Hwy 212 and SE 124th Court where it connects with the Middle Clackamas Interceptor.

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Middle Clackamas Interceptor starts at the intersection of Hwy 212 and SE 124th Court. It travels northwesterly to the intersection of Minuteman Way and Mather Road, connecting to the Lower Clackamas Interceptor.

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Lower Clackamas Interceptor starts at the intersection of Minuteman Way and Mather Road. It continues in a Northwesterly direction behind properties. Near the end of the Lower Clackamas Interceptor, the Lower Phillips Interceptor and the Mount Talbert Interceptor end and discharge into the Lower Clackamas Interceptor. The Lower Clackamas Interceptor then continues a few hundred more feet, crossing the Union Pacific Railroad next to 82nd Avenue and moving to the Mount Scott Interceptor.

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Mount Scott Interceptor begins at the end of the Clackamas Interceptor. It runs along Mount Scott Creek in a Northwesterly direction to the intersection of SE Kuehn Road and SE Aldercrest Road. Only the upper portion of the Mount Scott interceptor, between the end of the Clackamas Interceptor to the Intertie 2 Diversion box located at the end of SE Johnson Road, is included in this Project.

120046

This project was identified as a priority in the Capital Improvement Plan to ensure a safe, resilient, reliable sanitary sewer system with the capacity to serve our community now and in the future. This project will provide additional capacity and system improvements to serve Clackamas County and portions of the City of Happy Valley.

123061

Design, permitting, and related work began in 2023 and is expected to take approximately 4 years. Construction will be done in phases, anticipated to begin after 2026.

123061

As a WES customer, this project will help ensure that you continue to receive reliable sanitary sewer service. It will also help ensure that our waterways are protected from sanitary sewer overflows. 

123061

During the planning phase of this project (i.e., surveying, permitting, etc.), roadway lanes may be closed for short periods along the project route. These lane closures will be signed and flaggers will control traffic. They will make sure traffic continues to move and will limit delays to the shortest time possible. 

Although most of the project is in public right of way, there are places along the project alignment where access will be needed to private property. If access is needed to private property for design, a WES representative will be in contact before crews are on site.

Construction impacts are not known at this time. More information will be provided as we get closer to construction.

123061

The Capital Improvement Plan estimates the total cost of the project to be approximately $39.1 million, spread out over more than twelve years. As the design is refined, a more specific cost estimate will be identified.

123086

As a project identified in WES’ Capital Improvement Plan, the Clackamas Area Interceptor project is a planned expense and is included in budget discussions and rate studies. We are committed to keeping rates affordable and maintaining monthly service rates in line with the local area average while meeting the needs of growing communities and replacing aging infrastructure.   

123086

Since the Clackamas Area Interceptor Improvement project both increases capacity and rehabilitates existing infrastructure, financing will be provided through a combination of system development charges for new connections to the system and monthly wastewater user charges.

123086

Crews will be in the field to conduct land and utility surveying and to identify environmental conditions such as wetlands, streams and wildlife habitat, and cultural resources.

123101

The specific construction impacts are not yet known. There will likely be traffic impacts, including lane closures and detours. We will share details of construction impacts when more is known. Please sign up for the project contact list to receive project updates. 

123131

If an easement is needed on property you own, you will be contacted by our easement acquisition team to coordinate with you. 

123131

The method of construction will be determined as part of the design process.

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Crews will be in the field to conduct land and utility surveying and to identify environmental conditions such as wetlands, streams and wildlife habitat, and cultural resources. 

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You can learn more about this project on this project page and by signing up for project updates

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For project related questions, please contact wescustomerservice@clackamas.us

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