Road Construction

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Beaverton’s Public Works Department enhances public safety through the good maintenance of city streets. Summer is when Tualatin Valley cities pave roads. Overall, Beaverton has good roads because staff constantly track conditions, looking for cracks and potholes. City staff work hard to reduce impacts of this work on the public, however some disruptions are unavoidable.
  • Residential roads and travel lanes will remain open to local traffic
  • On the day work is scheduled, vehicles and other objects will need to be cleared from the street
  • Expect traffic delays, detours and construction noise between 7 am and 6 pm
  • Drivers advised to use alternate routes during paving hours
  • Road projects may cause occasional delays and inconveniences
  • City committed to completing work as quickly as possible, while providing quality product
The City of Beaverton responsibly maintains its roads to prevent long-term condition issues that would require rebuilding. City-maintained streets are frequently inspected, and the Public Works Department resurfaces streets on a regular schedule, which is more cost-effective and less disruptive to residents than rebuilding.

Major Projects

Cedar Hills Boulevard, Walker Road, Jenkins Road Water Mains Project (May 10 - Sept. 1, 2017)

Waterline construction on Cedar Hills Boulevard, Walker Road and Jenkins Road (see project limits map).

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.

Additional information
Withdrawal of certain water service areas from TVWD: Council Withdrawal Action.
Project information: CIP 4128A Description.

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.

Farmington Road Improvements (June 2015 - Summer 2017)

Road improvements are being made to Farmington Road between Murray Boulevard and Hocken Avenue. The joint project between the City of Beaverton and Washington County will take approximately two years to complete and includes improvements such as:
  • Widening of Farmington Road to five lanes (two lanes in each direction and a center turn lane) between Murray and Hocken - in progress
  • Installing bicycle lanes, sidewalks and street lighting - beginning late spring
  • Realigning 141st and 142nd Avenues - complete
  • Upgrading water and sanitary sewer lines - complete
Project Phases with Tentative Dates:
  • Widen south side of Farmington Road (June 2015 – November 2015)
  • Menlo Drive closes July 2015 between Farmington Road and Fairmount Drive (July 2015 – September 4, 2015)
  • 2nd Street closes July 2015 at Farmington Road for installation of box culvert under Farmington Road at Erickson Creek (July 2015 – early September 2015)
  • Realign SW 141st and 142nd Avenues (July 2015 – November 2015)
  • South side of Farmington reopens (December 2015);
  • Sewer installation on Farmington (October 2015 – February 2016)
  • Widen north side of Farmington Road (February 2016 – July 2016)
  • Improve Farmington Road/Murray Boulevard intersection (June 2016 – May 2017)
  • Improve SW 142nd Ave, plus signal installation in June 2016 (February 2016 – July 2016)
  • Weekend work May 2017 - check the Traffic Alerts web page for details
For more information on construction activities, please contact Ben Shaw, Project Manager, City of Beaverton, 503-526-2447.

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Street Maintenance Projects

The Street Maintenance Section enhances public safety through the preservation of our city streets. Maintenance is accomplished through pavement resurfacing, surface patching and crack sealing to prevent water infiltration and replacing deteriorated sections. Major resurfacing projects such as asphalt overlays are prioritized through a pavement Management System software program.

The City of Beaverton’s Public Works Department will be conducting maintenance inlays on the following streets from July 11 and July 12, weather-dependent.

Stallion Neighborhood

Map of Street Maintenance Project - Stallion Drive Neighborhood.

Inlay work will begin at 7:30 am and finish no later than 5 pm each day. Traffic lanes will be flagged and remain open to local traffic. The city will complete the project as quickly as possible and work to minimize inconvenience, but there will be occasional delays.

Learn more about Beaverton Street Maintenance Program


For more information, please contact Deborah Martisak. To see all road closures and traffic advisories in the Washington County area, visit