Taggart Outfall Sewer Repair Project: Design nearly complete
Environmental Services has nearly completed design on a project to repair about 3,700 feet of the 110-year-old brick Taggart Outfall sewer so that it can operate for another hundred years. This project will allow the Taggart Outfall sewer to property perform its role in protecting public health, water quality and the environment.A project map is available on the webpage at https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bes/68798.SCHEDULEWe have pushed out the construction start date to the summer of 2018 to coordinate Taggart Outfall sewer repairs with the Southeast Interceptor Sewer Repair Project (https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bes/68796). Because crews can work in the Outfall pipes only when the weather is dry, completion may require nighttime work or a second construction season in summer 2019. We will notify you if we determine that nighttime work will be necessary.WHAT WE’VE HEARD FROM YOUWe’ve completed our drop-in site visits and survey of business needs adjacent to the construction zones. If we haven’t dropped by your location and you’d like to talk with us, please contact us to schedule a visit. We will continue to work with businesses and residents to discuss business operations, special events, disability issues, medical or business deliveries, and other concerns you may have.DEVELOPMENTS OF NOTE
FOR MORE INFORMATIONIf you have questions or concerns, please call Kristin Hull at 503-736-4160 or email Include your name, property address, and business name in your email so we can provide you more details about what to expect in front of your property. Please write “Taggart Outfall” in the subject line of your email.
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