Fanno Creek Trail Crossing at Scholls Ferry Road

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Update: Open House Results

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Fanno Creek Trail Crossing at Scholls Ferry Road virtual open house! The high level of community interest in finding solutions to deal with the frequent flooding of the trail was clear from the 533 surveys received. A majority of people supported the proposed at-grade pedestrian crossing.

Click here to View the Results

Gracias a todos los que participaron en la jornada de puertas abiertas virtual de Fanno Creek Trail Crossing en Scholls Ferry Road. El alto nivel de interés de la comunidad en encontrar soluciones para lidiar con las frecuentes inundaciones del sendero quedó claro en las 533 encuestas recibidas. La mayoría de la gente apoyó el paso de peatones propuesto.

Haga clic aquí para ver los resultados



Open House Materials

Welcome to our virtual open house! ¡Haga clic para participar en español!

We completed the Fanno Creek Trail At-Grade Crossing Study at Scholls Ferry Road based on community requests for a permanent solution to flooding of the Fanno Creek Trail under Scholls Ferry Road.

What We Heard

  • Trail users are frustrated and concerned about how often the trail floods and can stay flooded over time.
  • A permanent solution is needed to lessen the impacts of the flooding while also allowing the safe crossing of Scholls Ferry Road.
  • Read more...

What We Learned

  • An “at-grade” signalized pedestrian crossing of Scholls Ferry Road is the most viable long-term solution.
  • In addition to any long-term solution to trail flooding, we can do a better job providing trail users with information about available detour routes and when the trail is flooded.
  • Read more...

What's Next

  • This open house is an opportunity to ask if we are heading in the right direction.
  • If we are headed in the right direction, project partners will then seek needed funding for crossing design and construction.
  • Interim projects to lessen the impacts of flooding.
  • Read more...

To support social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the in-person open house has been canceled.

Update: Open House Results

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Fanno Creek Trail Crossing at Scholls Ferry Road virtual open house! The high level of community interest in finding solutions to deal with the frequent flooding of the trail was clear from the 533 surveys received. A majority of people supported the proposed at-grade pedestrian crossing.

Click here to View the Results

Gracias a todos los que participaron en la jornada de puertas abiertas virtual de Fanno Creek Trail Crossing en Scholls Ferry Road. El alto nivel de interés de la comunidad en encontrar soluciones para lidiar con las frecuentes inundaciones del sendero quedó claro en las 533 encuestas recibidas. La mayoría de la gente apoyó el paso de peatones propuesto.

Haga clic aquí para ver los resultados



Open House Materials

Welcome to our virtual open house! ¡Haga clic para participar en español!

We completed the Fanno Creek Trail At-Grade Crossing Study at Scholls Ferry Road based on community requests for a permanent solution to flooding of the Fanno Creek Trail under Scholls Ferry Road.

What We Heard

  • Trail users are frustrated and concerned about how often the trail floods and can stay flooded over time.
  • A permanent solution is needed to lessen the impacts of the flooding while also allowing the safe crossing of Scholls Ferry Road.
  • Read more...

What We Learned

  • An “at-grade” signalized pedestrian crossing of Scholls Ferry Road is the most viable long-term solution.
  • In addition to any long-term solution to trail flooding, we can do a better job providing trail users with information about available detour routes and when the trail is flooded.
  • Read more...

What's Next

  • This open house is an opportunity to ask if we are heading in the right direction.
  • If we are headed in the right direction, project partners will then seek needed funding for crossing design and construction.
  • Interim projects to lessen the impacts of flooding.
  • Read more...

To support social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the in-person open house has been canceled.