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Second Street Improvements

UPDATES:

9/1/17

Work associated with the reconstruction of 2nd Street is progressing faster than anticipated. 

2nd Street is anticipated to be closed between 9/6 – 9/27.  Demolition of 2nd Street will begin on September 6 (Wednesday)  which will require the closure of 2nd Street between Evergreen Road and the south side of the “A” Street Station driveway (Washington Federal Bank, Glance, Windermere, Tucci’s).  Access to the parking lot will be maintained from A Avenue. 

Paving is scheduled for the week of September 25 and the roadway will be opened shortly afterwards.

Additionally, starting the week of September 5, crews will be working on reconstructing the ADA ramps and art pad in the northwest corner of 2nd Street and Evergreen Road.

8/30/17
Crews have poured the new concrete curb and driveway approach to the parking structure on the east side of 2nd Street.  Progress is also being made on the stormwater connection at the intersection of 2nd Street and Evergreen Road. 

Between 9/1 - 9/8, crews will be trenching for utilities across the north end of 2nd Street between 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Work will be intermittent and flaggers will be on site to direct traffic when work is occurring.
 

8/23/17                                                                                                                                                                            Evergreen Road Closure for stormwater work details:                                                                                        

  • Evergreen Road between 1st & 2nd Street
  • 8/28 (Mon) – 8/31 (Thu),  7:00 am  - 5:00 pm
  • 1st Street will remain open for 2-way traffic to the roundabout
  • 2nd Street will remain one-way southbound
  • Sidewalks will remain open
     

8/18/17                                                                                                                                                                                 Closure of 2nd Street for Phase 1 work is now anticipated around September 12.  On-street parking on the west side of 2nd Street will be available until the road closure.

 

PROJECT SUMMARY & ANTICIPATED SCHEDULE (8/14/17)

Lease Crutcher Lewis (Contractor) is scheduled to begin roadway improvements on Second Street between A Avenue and Evergreen Road this week. Work will include improving the cross slope in the roadway, stormwater facilities, and ADA ramps, and installing a new art pad and roadway.  Portions of the roadway will be closed at times for the construction, but there will be alternative access routes.  Flaggers will be directing traffic as necessary. Most of this work will be completed by the end of October. The final asphalt overlay will occur in early 2018 when construction is completed on Block 137. 

In order to minimize impacts on businesses and residences and to ensure continued access to the A Street Station parking lot, work will take place in two phases. The preliminary schedule below is subject to change based on weather or other unforeseen circumstances. 

Phase 1:  8/16 – 9/21

Work Area:Evergreen Road to south side parking lot driveway of A Street Station businesses (see attached map).

The week of 8/16, crews will be mobilizing on site and will begin demolition of the curbs on the east side of 2nd Street.

8/22-9/21 24-hour road closure begins, there will be no parking on this section of the roadway during this time.Alternative access will be from 3rd Street for the Oswego Village Townhomes and access to A Street Station parking lot for businesses on A Avenue will be from A Avenue.

Phase 2: 9/21 – 10/27

Work Area:A Avenue to north side of A Street Station parking lot (see attached map).

Phase 1 area is scheduled to be open for access and will include parking on the west side of the street.

For more questions about this project, please contact Sidaro Sin, Development Project Manager at 503-697-7421 or ssin@ci.oswego.or.us.

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Second Street Project MapSecond Street looking southSecond Street looking north