- Location: NE Sandy Boulevard, between 230th & 238th Avenues (location)
- Schedule: Construction March 1 to Fall 2018.
- Cost Estimate: $1.7 million
- General Contractor: Kodiak Pacific
- Funding Source: County General Roadway Funds, Federal Highway Administration, and development fees
This project converted a section of Sandy Boulevard to a modern urban street with turn lanes. It included pavement and drainage improvements, new sidewalks and bike lanes, and enhancements to existing bus stops. It included a new right turn lane for westbound traffic entering the Townsend Farms business park. The design concept is shown in the image below.
Traffic During Construction
The contractor rebuilt the road in two phases: north and south. Sandy Boulevard remained open during construction, but traffic was flagged on a single lane at times during the work day. Access was maintained for residents, businesses, mail delivery, garbage collection, and emergency vehicles. During work at driveways, there were short access delays, with prior notice. TrIMet bus stops for the 21 Sandy Blvd/223rd bus lines within the project area were temporarily closed during construction.
A public meeting was held on September 24, 2018.
A pre-construction public meeting was held on Monday, February 26 at Wood Village Baptist Church, 23601 NE Arata Road. Attendees viewed the final design drawings (shown above) and asked the project team about construction issues. Information from the meeting has been included on this webpage.
An earlier public meeting was held on June 23, 2015 during the project's design phase. The meeting presentation can be downloaded here.
Sandy Boulevard remained open at all times. There were construction delays at times.