Public Comment Period for Apartment Building Proposed on Woodstock

Public Comment Period for Apartment Building Proposed on Woodstock NOW OPEN! RAISE YOUR VOICE!

Developers plan to build a four-story apartment building that fills The Joinery block in Woodstock. It will have 195 units, 116 parking spaces, a central courtyard, and commercial space on Woodstock Blvd.

The proposed building contrasts sharply with the moderate height and volume of Woodstock’s other commercial buildings.  It will add hundreds of cars to the existing congestion.  The building will be built, but massive public outcry can influence its form and impact.

Please take a moment to call for humane construction and design in Woodstock.  You may register your views during a public comment period that ends on July 5th at 5:00PM.  Send comments to city staffer Andrew Gulizia at Andrew.Gulizia@portlandoregon.gov.  Include Case File Number LU 19-163863 AD.

To be most effective, your comments should be based on:

(1)  Specific city policies, which can be found under “Policies to Guide New Development” at https://keepwoodstockwonderful.wordpress.com; or

(2)  Approval criteria listed in the city’s notice, which can be found under “Actions Needed Now!” at https://keepwoodstockwonderful.wordpress.com.

What happens in Woodstock will shape the future in Woodstock and adjoining neighborhoods.  Please weigh in!  Our collective future depends on our raised voices.  To follow this project closely, visit Keep Woodstock Wonderful.

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Improvements Coming to I-205

Construction begins in late March!

Construction begins later this month on a project to improve the condition, traffic flow and safety on Interstate 205 between Johnson Creek Boulevard and the Glenn Jackson Bridge. The project includes:

  • Repaving approximately nine miles of I-205, freeway ramps and intersections.
  • Building auxiliary lanes in three locations.
  • Installing ODOT RealTime traveler information and advisory signs.
  • Improving the entrance to the multi-use path at Glisan Street.
  • Improving sidewalk curb ramps within the project area.

Construction mostly takes place at night to minimize traffic impacts during the day. Work will continue through 2019.

Traffic Impacts During Construction

  • Night time lane, ramp and shoulder closures in both directions on I-205.
  • Full overnight closures on I-205, follow signed detour routes.
  • Multiple overnight closures on several I-205 entrance and exit ramps.
  • Lane closures on cross-streets near on-ramps and off-ramps, with occasional flaggers at intersections.
  • TriMet buses may experience detours in some areas.

Construction Work Hours
Night time weekdays 
Sundays through Thursdays:

  • 8 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. (single lane closure times)
  • 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. (double lane closure times)

Night time weekends 
Fridays:

  • 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. (single lane closure times)
  • 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. (double lane closure times)

Saturdays:

  • 11 p.m. to 8 a.m.

Noise Impacts During Construction
Night work is required in order to minimize traffic impacts during the day. This work includes paving, grinding, auxiliary lane construction, ADA sidewalk curb ramp excavation and construction, RealTime sign installations, and drilling for sign foundations.

Call the 24-hour project hotline for night time noise-related questions or concerns: 833-562-9824. Visit the project website to learn more about the project and to sign up for email updates.