Beef Bend Road to Close Temporarily

Construction has begun to install a new sanitary sewer pump station west of King City. This work will require a temporary road closure for SW Beef Bend Road from February 4 through March 5, 2019. Expect delays and longer commutes throughout the planned detour route.

This $7.2M investment will serve portions of the Bull Mountain, South Cooper Mountain and River Terrace development areas, including areas within Urban Reserves adjacent to the Cities of Tigard, Beaverton, King City, and unincorporated Washington County.

Thank you for your patience as this important, long-term investment project gets underway. Find information about other construction projects in the Roy Rogers Road area at

Project Update:
Beef Bend Road is expected to reopen, as planned, on March 6, 2019. Later that month, crews will patch the road. Since March weather conditions are not ideal for road paving, crews will return in late spring/early summer to repave the road to return it to pre-construction condition. More information will be available closer to the repave date. Please stay tuned to for information about additional construction and road closures in the Roy Rogers Road area.

Everything we do at Clean Water Services aims to protect public health, while enhancing the natural environment of the Tualatin River Watershed. Combining science and nature, we work in partnership with others to safeguard the river's health and vitality, ensure the economic success of our region, and protect public health for more than 600,000 residents and businesses in urban Washington County. Although Clean Water Services maintains a close working relationship with Washington County government, it is a separately managed and financed public utility.

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Shannon Huggins
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Clean Water Services
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