Menlo Dr Sidewalk - CIP 3106A

Project Description:

Design and construct a curb and sidewalk project the location of which is to be determined. The project also includes storm drainage and associated water quality improvements. The replacement of the existing street lighting system may be included. The undergrounding of overhead utilities is not included. Public and private utilities may also be affected. The cost per foot for a 5-foot wide separated from the curb by a 5-foot wide water quality swale is $370 which includes design and construction. The current total estimated cost is for 3,600 feet of sidewalk (one side of the street only). Right of Way acquisition will most likely be required and is included in the current estimated cost. An updated cost estimate for the project to include right of way will be determined as part of the design phase. 

Project Manager:
Luke Pelz, 503-526-2466 
Jim Brink, 503-526-2450

Project Status:

 FY15-16: 4-21-16: Discussed selection criteria and schedule for FY16-17 with CIP Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC). The CAC narrowed their recommendation to 1) 141st Ave (Allen Blvd to Berthold St and Berthold St to 142nd Ave) 2) Menlo Dr (Allen Blvd to Berthold St and Berthold St to Fairmount Dr), and 3) Nora Rd (Powerline Trail to 15865 Nora Rd). 5-9-16: CAC selected Menlo Dr (Allen Blvd to Berthold St and Berthold St to Fairmount Dr) as their top priority. 6-21-16: Council approved the entire length of Menlo Dr from Allen Blvd to Fairmount Dr.

FY16-17: Select consultant and begin design.


Substantial Completion Date:

 October 30, 2018

CIP 3106A Description
CIP 3106A Project Schedule
Menlo Drive Sidewalks, Alternatives Analysis Drawings
Menlo Drive Sidewalks, Alternatives Analysis Memo

Menlo Drive Sidewalk Improvement Project
Open House

Monday, April 24
7 - 9 p.m.
Beaverton Community Center
12350 SW 5th St Beaverton, OR 97005

Please join us!
  • Learn about project options
  • tell us your preference for which side of the street to construct the sidewalk
  • share your ideas
Staff from Beaverton’s Capital Improvement Program will be available to answer questions. No formal presentation is planned. Refreshments will be provided.

Preliminary design concepts will be presented. The project proposes to construct a new sidewalk on Menlo Drive (on one side) including a landscape strip, street trees, access ramps, and drainage facilities. Staff will ask for input regarding which side of the street to construct sidewalk.
Man walking along roadway with no sidewalk and car backing out of driveway.