The Department of Land Use & Transportation
Weekly Update


LUT Offices are closed today (Nov. 11) in honor of Veteran's Day

Transportation Futures Study online open house starts Nov. 16  

The County is growing and our travel needs are changing. How do we ensure our transportation system will sustain our wonderful quality of life in the coming decades? Join the conversation! Starting Monday, Nov. 16, visit www.WCTransportationFutures.org/openhouse to participate in the online open house.  Over the past decades, our transportation system has been pushed to its limits and is forecast to get worse. It pays to be proactive. The Washington County Transportation Futures Study (WCTFS) will identify alternative transportation investments and evaluate how well they address our future challenges and values important to the community. Your input on the types of investments we study and the challenges we need to consider are important to the success of this study. Visit the WCTFS website  for more information.  The online open house ends Dec. 13. 


TOMORROW: 124th Avenue Extension groundbreaking 

The groundbreaking celebration for the Washington County 124th Avenue Extension and Willamette Water Supply Program (WWSP) Pipeline projects will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, at the south side of Tualatin-Sherwood Road and SW 124th Avenue.   Media Release

CPO 5; District 3

County ongoing roadwork projects:

Roadwork and road closures - be safe in work zones:

There are road maintenance and construction projects happening throughout the county. Be sure to check www.wc-roads.com for the most current roadwork information. All paving work is weather-dependent and schedules may be adjusted due to changes in the weather or for other unforeseen circumstances.

2015 County Road Work Map

Check out our map depicting all of this year's planned county road work projects, including major maintenance activities and minor safety improvement projects at www.wc-roads.com/uploadedfiles/2015-Construction-Map.pdf 


Daytime closures on Spring Hill Road continue through Nov. 12 

Daytime closures on the Tualatin River Overflow Bridge, located on Spring Hill Road just south of OR 47, will continue through Thursday, Nov. 12. Daytime traffic is detoured via OR 47 and Fern Hill Road.   Project Website

CPO 11; District 4

Visit www.wc-roads.com for the latest road information, including capital road construction, upcoming road maintenance work and weekend events that may impact traffic in Washington County.


E-subscriptions available

Visit Washington County's e-subscriptions page to view available e-subscriptions on a variety of topics of interest to county residents. You'll receive periodic emails based on the topics you subscribe to.


Neighborhood Meetings for Proposed Developments:
NOTE: This information is provided as a courtesy only. Developers are required to hold Neighborhood Meetings prior to submitting certain land use applications. A developer may also choose to hold such a meeting voluntarily if it is not required by county code. These meetings are intended to serve as a forum for the developer, affected CPOs, and property owners within the required notification buffer (500 feet in urban areas; 1,000 feet in rural areas) to discuss the proposal prior to the developer submitting an application to the county. County staff do not schedule these meetings and do not attend them. For more information, see the Mandatory Neighborhood Meeting & Mailings Requirements.  


TONIGHT - Proposed 150 multi-family home development

At 6:30 p.m. (Nov. 11) at Bethany Presbyterian Church. The subject property is 4.5 acres on a 43.72-acre site in the R-6 district (Residential 5-6 units per acre), the R-15 district (Residential 12-15 units per acre), and the R-24 district (Residential 19-24 units per acre). It is located at 16745 NW Brugger Road, tax lot #1N117B000400, 16547 NW Brugger Road, and 16415 NW Brugger Road. Contact Jerry Offer, Otak, at 503-415-2330 or jerry.offer@otak.com.

CPO 7; District 2

TONIGHT - Proposed 125 town homes and 125-175 multi-family home development

At 7:30 p.m. (Nov. 11) at Bethany Presbyterian Church. The subject property is 17.70 acres in the R-15 district (Residential 12-15 units per acre), and is located at tax lot #1N117BD00100.; Contact Jerry Offer, Otak, at 503-415-2330 or jerry.offer@otak.com.

CPO 7; District 2

Nov. 18 - Proposed wastewater pump station

At 6 p.m. at Rosedale Elementary School. The subject property is 12.14 acres in the FD-20 district (Future Development, 20-acre minimum), and is located at 4622 SW 229th Ave. Contact Mike Kebbe, Clean Water Services, at 503-547-8196.  

CPO 10; District 4

Nov. 18 - Proposed 250-lot single-family subdivision 

At 6:30 p.m. at Bonny Slope Elementary School. The subject property is 17 lots totaling 45.49 acres on the north side of NW Thompson Road as shown on the map on the right. With the adoption of A-Engrossed Ordinance 802 (effective Nov. 26), the properties will be designated R-6 and R-9 (Residential 5-6 units per acre and Residential 7-9 units per acre, respectively). Contact Jerry Offer, Otak, at 503-415-2330 or jerry.offer@otak.com.

CPO 1; District 2

Check out these pages for more information on Land Development projects in Washington County:

Melissa De Lyser | Communications Coordinator
Washington County Department of Land Use & Transportation
155 N First Avenue, Suite 350 MS 16 | Hillsboro, OR  97124
503-846-4963 direct | 971-713-9658 mobile | 503-846-3588 fax
melissa_de_lyser@co.washington.or.us | www.co.washington.or.us/lut