In 2008 the City performed an alternative analysis to determine the feasibility of a pathway on Laurel St. Based on the results of that analysis the Laurel St Pathway project, which is currently in design, consists of a 6 ft wide sidewalk between Hallinan and Cornell. This project also includes road widening and a retaining wall on the narrow portion of Laurel Street, stormwater infrastructure improvements and will incorporate some existing sidewalks.
Currently, the project is at the 60% design level. It is anticipated that the bidding will occur in mid-spring with a summer time construction schedule. The construction budget is estimated at $2.1 million which includes necessary right-of-way acquisition and contingency.
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Lake Oswego City Hall, Council Chambers
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Review of 60% project design for the Laurel Street Pathway - Hallinan to Cornell. The public is invited to review and discuss the project with City Staff and the Design Team.