2009 Pavement Preservation Program
Year 2009 brings to the City of Lake Oswego another list of street maintenance projects. The work on the streets listed below and highlighted in
the project map, will take place from July through August. All the work will be accomplished between the hours of 7 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday
The City’s public information plan includes this Hello L.O. insert as well as the following:
9 Local notice from the City: This notice will be sent out shortly after the City has approved a construction schedule. It will provide a preview of what period of
time the contractor is planning to be in the various project areas.
9 Hand delivered notice from the Contractor: These notices typically come in the form of a door hanger, 48 to 72 hours prior to the work. The notice will pro-
vide important project information such as time and location of the work, who to call for inquiries, and the duration of the work. If access to your property is
significantly restricted during construction, the notice will include instructions about alternate access arrangements.
9 Project Notice Signs: This year’s projects are spread across Lake Oswego so we anticipate using temporary notice signs that would be moved around accord-
ing to the progression of the work. The intent is to post one or two project information signs in the work zone a week prior to beginning the work.
9 Construction Update Hot Line: The City uses a prerecorded construction information line to help pass along project information during construction. This
information is updated as needed to convey the latest, need-to-know information. The line is also available for callers to leave non-emergency messages,
project comments, or requests for information. The Construction Update Hot Line can be reached at 503-635-0261. Please use this number as it’s our most
efficient tool to obtain useful project feedback and to ensure your calls are returned in a timely manner.
9 Lake Oswego Web Site: The project information will also be located on the engineering pages of the City’s website at http://tinyurl.com/mhd84a.
Preventative Street Maintenance (Slurry Seal) ST1 Icarus Loop - All
ST2 Cervantes - All
ST3 Erasmus - All
ST4 Nova Court - All
ST5 Spinosa - All
ST6 Aquinas - Kingsgate Road to Pericles
ST7 Pericles - All
ST8 Hampton Court - All
ST9 Independence Avenue - All
ST10 Denton Drive - All
ST11 Nottingham Place - All
ST12 Barrington Court - All
ST13 Edenberry Drive - All
ST14 Westfield Court - All
ST15 Hastings Court - All
ST16 Edenberry Court - All
Pavement Management Slurry Seals include several locations where the ST17 Chatham Court - All
Contractor may be required to prepare the surface by tearing out a failed ST18 Hastings Drive - All
section of pavement and repair with an asphalt patch. Once the street ST19 Boones Way - Spring Lane to Devonshire Court
section repairs are made, a specialty crew will follow up and apply an oil ST20 Albert Circle - All
emulsion and fine aggregate rock mix over the entire width of the street. ST21 Fernwood Dr - Greentree Road to Tree Top Lane
The slurry seal helps to prevent weathering of the pavement surface ST22 Tree Top Way - All
and will prevent water from entering into the cracks in the pavement, ST23 Tree Top Lane - All
thus, the slurry seal will extend the life of the street. The oil emulsion, ST24 Hillside Drive - Overlook Drive to Palisades Crest Drive
if applied during a warm summer day, requires 3-4 hours to cure before ST25 Ridge Pointe Drive - Meadowlark Lane to Siena Drive
traffic can resume. Application during cool days or shaded sections of ST26 Highland Drive - All
street may take up to 8-10 hours to cure. ST27 Crestview Drive - All
ST28 Hofer Court - All
Those directly affected by this project have been sent important infor- ST29 Tyndall Court - All
mation about slurry seals and what to expect. ST30 Weidman Court - All
ST31 Hide-A-Way Lane - All
ST32 Hide-A-Way Court - All
Street Rehabilitation (Paving)
ST 33 Meadow Grass Street - All
These streets listed will include milling off two inches of the existing as- ST 34 Blue Heron Drive - All
phalt pavement and then replacing it with two inches of new pavement. ST 35 Overlook Drive - Stafford Road to Tree Top Lane
Often the milling will occur a day or two prior to the new pavement.
The City and contractor will work very hard to ensure that residents have
access during the milling and paving operations.
These streets will include milling off two inches of the existing asphalt
pavement and then replacing it with two inches of new pavement.
Often the milling will occur a day or two prior to the
This paving project will be funded by the
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of ST 36 McNary Parkway - Hilldago to Jefferson Parkway and Churchill
2009. Although the paving of this project will Downs to Kerry Parkway
occur in 2010, other aspects of this project will ST 37 Royce Way - All
occur before the end of the year.
City of Lake Oswego
380 A Avenue
PO Box 369
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Construction Hotline: 503-635-0261