CIP 3113 - Laurelwood Avenue Sidewalk Project
Laurelwood Avenue Sidewalk Project (Scholls Ferry Rd. to Laurelwood Ct.)
The project includes construction of sidewalk on the west side of Laurelwood Ave from Scholls Ferry Rd to Laurelwood Ct, storm water improvements, curbs and gutters, on-street parking, planter strip, street trees, and streetlights.
The project is located within the City of Beaverton’s Denney Whitford/Raleigh West Neighborhood and adjacent to unincorporated Washington County. The project primarily abuts single-family residential and provides an improved connection to neighborhood transit stops, multi-family and single-family residences, parks, schools, the Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway commercial corridor, and Scholls Ferry Road.
Virtual Open House
Learn more about the Laurelwood Avenue Sidewalk Project and explore the features in-depth.
Watch the July 2020 Presentation with the Project Team
For general questions and inquiries please contact:
Stacy Revay, Public Outreach Management Analyst
The three overarching reasons for completing this project are 1) to accomplish a City Council goal and Community Vision Action Plan goal to install safe sidewalks and pedestrian lighting citywide and 2) to begin implementation of our Active Transportation Plan (ATP), adopted in February 2018 and 3) to accomplish Beaverton’s Climate Action Plan action goal of completing bicycle and pedestrian gaps and creating new connection options for community members. Both of these projects are strongly supported by the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District (THPRD).
Key Project Milestones
- Virtual Open House: Summer 2020
- Final Design Anticipated: Fall 2021
- Construction Anticipated: Summer/Fall 2022
Project Estimated Cost
- $1.8 Million