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May is National Bike Month
National Bike Month is a time for trying bike commuting for the first time or challenging yourself to ride more! Bike for:
  • Your health: Cycling can be a fun, relaxing way to exercise with the added benefits of fresh air and sunshine.

  • The Earth: Cycling is an ecofriendly way to get around and reduce your impact on nature. 

  • Fun: We have many trails and routes to explore by bike. Pick a destination and take in the scenery!

  • Your community: Get to know your community better by bike. Slow down and look around, learn about alternate routes that can’t be reached by car, and get to know others by riding with them.

Make biking better for everyone: 

  • Share the road! Bikes can take a lane; give them space



COMMENT OPPORTUNITIES
  • Learn more about the 170th Avenue and Farmington Road project at an online construction kickoff through May 16. We will install pedestrian islands at the northeast and southwest corners of the intersection, ADA-compliant ramps with pedestrian signal call buttons, upgraded traffic signal reflectors and software. Comment
  • Comment on the Washington County Department of Land Use & Transportation FY 2021-22 Long Range Planning Draft Work Program through 5 p.m. May 7. The Annual Work Program identifies tasks for Washington County Transportation and Community Planning staff. These tasks include ordinances, studies, projects and other activities. Comment
WC-ROADS HIGHLIGHTS
Road closures
  • Brookman Road, between between Pacific Highway (OR-99W) and Ladd Hill Road, through July 25 for road improvements related to development. Work is being done by Northwest Earthmovers. Detour map
Lane closures
  • 124th Avenue, between Tualatin-Sherwood Road and 1,200 feet south of the intersection, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. weekdays through Oct. 22, for utility and frontage improvements by Kerr Contractors. Map
  • 175th Avenue, between Constance Street and Arbutus Drive, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. weekdays through July 30, for road construction related to development by Riverside Homes. Map
  • 198th Avenue, between Farmington Road and Tualatin Valley Highway, 8:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. weekdays, May 10-June 30, for paving and striping. Map
  • Augusta Lane, between Pheasant Lane and Chatelain Drive, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Fridays, through Sept. 1, for sidewalk installation. Map
  • Cornell Road, between Sunset High School Middle Entrance and 350' east of Trail Avenue, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. weekdays through Oct. 22, for development by Summit Properties. Map
  • Evergreen Road, between Starr Boulevard and 30th Avenue, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. weekdays for utility relocation through May 28 as part of a nearby development. Map
  • Greenburg Road, between Hall Boulevard and Washington Square Road, from 9 p.m.- 5 a.m. through June 18 (extended), for water main improvements by Tualatin Valley Water District. The project is anticipated to be completed by June 18. Map
  • Laidlaw Road, between Torin Terrace to East Road, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays through July 30 (extended), for Riverside Homes. Map
  • Roy Rogers Road, between Scholls Ferry and Bull Mountain roads. Speed reduction to 35 mph between Scholls Ferry and Bull Mountain roads and 45 mph between Bull Mountain and Beef Bend roads through December, for road widening. Map
  • Tualatin-Sherwood Road, between Oregon Street and 124th Avenue, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. through Oct. 22, for utility and frontage improvements by Kerr Contractors. Map
  • West Union Road, between Helvetia and Cornelius Pass Roads through June 28 for shoulder widening. Weekday lane closures from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. week, along with nighttime lane closures 8 p.m.-5 a.m. through April 23. Map
  • West Union Road, between 153rd Terrace and Bronson Creek Drive, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 9 a.m.-3 pm. Friday through May 14 (extended) for sidewalk installation. Map
ADA ramp replacements
ADA ramp replacements have minimal impact on motor vehicle traffic; pedestrian paths will be maintained. Lane closures will be intermittent during weekday hours only. Ramps are in construction on portions of the following roads:

  • 185th Avenue and Rock Creek Boulevard-Park View Boulevard intersection
  • Adair and Baseline streets (OR-8) - (ODOT)
  • Beef Bend Road between 116th and 150th avenues
  • Cornell Road between Elam Young Parkway West and Butler Road

NEIGHBORHOOD MEETINGS
May 13 - Proposed subdivision of single-family houses
At 6 p.m. held virtually (instructions available here.) The site is 2.41 acres in the R-6 District (Residential, 5-6 units per acre) and is located at 8350 SW 191st Ave. Contact Mimi Doukas, AKS Engineering & Forestry, at 503-563-6151.

CPO 6; District 1
May 13 - Proposed special use contractor's establishment
At 6 p.m. held virtually (instructions available here.) The site is 8.85 acres in the FD-20 District (Future Development, 20-acre) and is located at 24450 SW Grahams Ferry Road. Contact Spencer Vetter, Stafford Development Co., at 971-206-8613 or spencer@staffordlandcompany.com.

CPO 5; District 3
May 19 - Proposed private school for Village Church
At 7 p.m. at the church. The site is 9.14 acres in the INST District (Institutional) and is located at 330 SW Murray Boulevard. Contact Ben Spotts, Executive Director, at 503-643-6511 or info@villagebeaverton.com.

CPO 1; District 2
May 20 - Proposed In-N-Out Burger
At 6 p.m. held virtually (instructions available here.) The site is 2.24 acres in the Central Business and Office Commercial Zoning districts. It is located on tax lots #1S114BC02100, #1S114BC02000, #1S114BC02400 and #1S114BC2401. Contact Cassie Yee, In-N-Out Burger, at 626-813-8226 or INOBeaverton@innout.com.

CPO 3; District 2
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