Fanno Creek Trail Connections Project

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Fanno Creek Trail Connections Project Update

CURRENT STATUS:  DELAYED

While we had hoped construction of the Fanno Creek Trail Connections Project would take place in 2021-2022, unfortunately due to complexity it is now scheduled to start in late 2023 or in early 2024. 

Reasons for delay included: 

  • Project Updates – The specific federal grant program required that the trail width be increased from 10-feet to 12-feet. 
  • Environmental Permitting – Our partnership with Clean Water Services for streamside management is unique and required additional effort to meet federal grant requirements. 
  • Increased Construction Cost – Cost increases resulting from unforeseen circumstances like the above require additional process and approval from project partners, which causes additional delay. General market inflation due to COVID-19 is also expected to increase construction costs, as supply chain, labor market, and other issues arise. 
  • Read the entire project update (7/1/22)




Fanno Creek Trail Connections Project Update

CURRENT STATUS:  DELAYED

While we had hoped construction of the Fanno Creek Trail Connections Project would take place in 2021-2022, unfortunately due to complexity it is now scheduled to start in late 2023 or in early 2024. 

Reasons for delay included: 

  • Project Updates – The specific federal grant program required that the trail width be increased from 10-feet to 12-feet. 
  • Environmental Permitting – Our partnership with Clean Water Services for streamside management is unique and required additional effort to meet federal grant requirements. 
  • Increased Construction Cost – Cost increases resulting from unforeseen circumstances like the above require additional process and approval from project partners, which causes additional delay. General market inflation due to COVID-19 is also expected to increase construction costs, as supply chain, labor market, and other issues arise. 
  • Read the entire project update (7/1/22)