Construction projects designed to enhance the community's quality of life and to protect the City's investment in municipal facilities are managed by the Public Works Department. Construction projects undertaken by private parties are regulated by the State Building Code whenever a building or structure is constructed, enlarged, altered, repaired, moved, or converted to another use. The Development Services Division of the Community Development Department issues building permits and monitors private construction. Permit information is available online at

You can save yourself time and inconvenience by avoiding construction areas. Announcements of Public Works construction projects are published in the Gazette-Times FYI column. Schedules for Public Works projects shown below are based on the most current information available and are subject to change.

Always remember to drive carefully through construction zones, for the workers' safety and your own. If you have questions about these projects or other maintenance activity in your neighborhood, please email or call Public Works at 541-766-6916.


Map of Projects

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City Capital Improvement and Maintenance Projects
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* Funding Sources

ARRA - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
CR - Current Revenue in the referenced Fund
FAA - Federal Aviation Administration
FIRMA - Fisheries Restoration and Irrigation Mitigation Act
SDC - A System Development Charge (SDC) is a one-time fee imposed on new development or some types of redevelopment. The fee is intended to recover a fair share of the costs of existing and planned infrastructure and facilities that provide capacity to serve new growth.
STP - The Surface Transportation Program (STP) is a federal-aid program that funds a broad range of surface transportation capital needs, including roads, transit, sea and airport access, van pool, bike, and pedestrian facilities.
TMF - The Transportation Maintenance Fee (TMF) is a fee charged to each property based on the use of the transportation system calculated on the vehicle trips per day that property generates. The Institute of Traffic Engineers publishes a national average of trips per day for different types of properties. Monies generated from the fee are restricted to street rehabilitation or reconstruction projects.


Last updated: 4/17/2017 11:02:51 AM