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 City is evaluating retaining wall designs and sidewalk alignment.
Thursday, June 12, 2014
Lake Oswego City Hall, Council Chambers
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Review of alternative designs for the Laurel Street Pathway - Hallinan to Cornell