Cedar Hills Blvd Waterline - CIP 4128A
Cedar Hills Boulevard, Walker Road, Jenkins Road Water Mains Project (May 10 - Sept. 1, 2017)
Waterline construction is about to begin on Cedar Hills Boulevard, Walker Road, and Jenkins Road (see project limits map) to:
- Increase drinking water flow capacity to both the Cedar Hills/Jenkins Road areas.
- Provide city drinking water service to existing Tualatin Valley Water District (TVWD) water customers around the Cedar Hills Crossing and Walker Center Developments (see map of affected customers)
- Connect an existing gap in the city’s water system on Jenkins Road and provide a second/redundant water supply for the 800 residents in the 45 Degrees Central/VillaSport Development.
Construction around the Cedar Hills Crossing and commercial areas will occur at night, and work along Jenkins Road within Washington County (Briggs to just east of Hocken) will be performed during the day, 7 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Traffic may be down to one lane at times in each direction.
Project Phases with Tentative Dates:
- Jenkins Road (Briggs to Cedar Hills) - Install 3,600 feet of 12-inch diameter waterline on the north side of road (westbound bike lane and travel lanes) - May 10 to mid-June 2017
- Two lanes of traffic will be shifted to the south to allow for construction activities on the north side of the roadway
- The westbound bike lane will be closed, and bike traffic will be directed to the westbound travel lane
- Street parking on the north side of Jenkins will be temporarily impacted during construction
- Cedar Hills Boulevard (Fairfield to Gem) - Install 970 feet of 12-inch diameter waterline on the west side of road (southbound travel lanes) -Mid-June to early July 2017
- Walker Road (Westfield to 350 feet east of Cedar Hills Boulevard) – Install 970 feet of 12-inch diameter waterline on the north side of the road (westbound travel lane) - July to Aug. 2017
- Drinking water service transfer – July 24 to Aug. 1, 2017 (additional details pending)
For more information on construction activities, please contact Brion Barnett, project manager, City of Beaverton, 503-526-2592. Please check the Traffic Alerts webpage for the most current information.