Next week, Clatsop County crews will be adding surface rock to Kampy Lane and Tweedle Lane, brush chopping on Youngs River/Tucker Creek area, and adding base rock to Burnside Loop.
Weather permitting, herbicide spraying will commence in the Brownsmead, Knappa and Westport areas.
Fort Clatsop Road will continue to be closed to all heavy hauling through May 23.
For questions, call Clatsop County Public Works at 503-325-8631.
Also next week the Oregon Department of Transportation will continue work on the Astoria Bridge. The project involves recoating the steel above the bridge deck on the southern side of the Columbia River bridge along U.S. 101 north of Astoria.
The scheduled work includes installation of the containment structures in preparation of painting the bridge steel above the bridge deck. Lane delays of up to 20 minutes will be allowed anytime on weekdays and weekends.
Bridge rehabilitation work will be performed on the Necanicum River (Black) Bridge, including placing a new concrete overlay on the bridge surface and installing scour protection at the bridge bents underneath the structure. The bridge is on U.S. Highway 26 (Sunset Highway, mile posts 4.37 to 4.48, approximately four miles east of its intersection with U.S. Highway 101 (Oregon Coast Highway).
Work is scheduled to begin in May. Flaggers will control single-lane traffic, and delays of up to 20 minutes can be expected.
Work will be ongoing for the Neahkahnie Mountain Rock Wall Repair project, Phase 3, on U.S. Highway 101 (Oregon Coast Highway, mile post 40.53 to 41.06). The project consists of repairing a 300-foot section of rock wall bult in the early 1940s along the south bound shoulder of U.S. 101 and construction of new sidewalks.
Work will include the installation of sdewalks. Flaggers will control single-lane traffic, and delays of up to 20 minutes can be expected.
Replacing a section of rock screening on Neahkahnie Mountain along the north-bound shoulder of U.S. Highway 101 is scheduled to begin in May. Flaggers will control single-lane traffic. Expect delays of up to 20 minutes.
The Oregon State Police will be enforcing the speed limit through the work zone areas.