On this page you will find key traffic closure or delay information within the City of Beaverton and in selected areas around Beaverton.
Traffic Delay Notification for Street Maintenance Project
The Street Maintenance Section of Beaverton’s Public Works Department enhances public safety through the preservation of city streets. The city will be performing pavement resurfacing overlays on the streets listed and highlighted on the map below. Resurfacing streets, rather than allowing them to deteriorate, allows the city to save tax dollars (overlays are much less expensive than costly rebuilds). Beaverton inspects its streets regularly to determine which roads are in need of overlays.
is closed through February 28, 2016
Farmington Road Project
Closures: Farmington Road (Murray to Hocken)
New Bridge and Street Improvements Coming to Hocken Avenue at Beaverton Creek
In May 2015, the City will begin construction on a new bridge on Hocken Avenue near the Cedar Hills Crossing mall. The new 60-foot-wide concrete slab bridge will replace two culverts that currently carry Beaverton Creek under Hocken Avenue. The bridge will rise seven feet above the existing roadway, and will help reduce flooding on nearby Cedar Hills Boulevard during heavy rain.
The project will also make improvements to Hocken Avenue between Hall Boulevard and Dawson Way. These include adding a center turn lane, bike lanes, and sidewalks, as well as improving curbs and gutters. The project is estimated to cost $2.6 million, paid by city transportation and storm drainage funding.
During construction, Hocken Avenue at Beaverton Creek will be closed to both vehicles and pedestrians. Alternate routes will be Jenkins Road north of Beaverton Creek, and Dawson Way and Millikan Way south of Beaverton Creek. The project is expected to be completed in summer 2016.
For more information on this project, contact 503-526-2450.
May 2015 - Summer 2016
Hocken Avenue at Beaverton Creek will be closed to both vehicles and pedestrians.
Jenkins Road north of Beaverton Creek, and Dawson Way and Millikan Way south of Beaverton Creek.
The roadway will be raised approximately 7 feet at the proposed bridge
The City of Beaverton provides the foregoing information as a public service. This information is collected from other sources and cannot be guaranteed as to accuracy or timeliness.