What is this Project?
This project increases system capacity to deliver high-quality drinking water from the Clackamas River to the communities of Lake Oswego and Tigard. Together these two communities can secure long-term access to clean, safe water for less than it would cost them to do it alone. Learn more...
Crews prepare to install a piece of pipe in the final block of Mapleton Drive.
West Linn Pipeline Construction Update: Mapleton Drive
Final remaining sticks of pipe to be installed on Mapleton Drive next week!
Pipe crews are expecting to install their final sticks of pipe on Mapleton Drive next week, near Highway 43!
Once the pipe is in place, crews will continue working between Highway 43 and Trillium Creek to install an air valve and vault near the corner of Highway 43 and Mapleton Drive, pressure test and disinfect the pipe, and make final connections to the system. This work is expected to continue through February. Crews will also begin restoration and final “punch list” activities on Mapleton Drive.
In light of the unfortunate water quality issues in Flint, Michigan, the Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership would like to share some information about the quality of Lake Oswego’s drinking water, which Tigard water customers will also share this summer.
Bonita Road has been repaved and restored.
Tigard Pipeline and Bonita Pump Station Construction Update
This construction update includes all work in Tigard for the project. Read more for specific information on each location:
- Bonita Pipeline Construction
- Bonita Pump Station
- About Bonita Pump Station
Crews setting a drain along McVey Avenue west of the traffic bridge.
Lake Oswego Pipeline Construction Update
This update includes construction work in the following areas. Read more for specific information on each location:
- McVey Avenue pipeline – crews transition to daytime work hours
- McVey Avenue pipe bridge – ongoing work continues near Oswego Creek
- George Rogers Park – restoration underway
For the most up to date information on construction and road closures, follow @LOTwater on Twitter, visit work underway, or contact us.
Crews use a hoe pack to compact the pipeline trench on McVey Avenue.
This update includes construction work in the following areas.
- McVey Avenue pipeline – night construction close to completion!
- McVey Avenue pipe bridge – work on footings finishing up
- George Rogers Park – final restoration