List of Oregon Stimulus projects, where and how much.

Stimulus Watch has compiled a list of stimulus projects per state. We have listed a shorter list below.

Description, City, Cost, Program Type

Hwy 99N four lane; overpass to Circle blvd, Corvallis, $1,500,000, Streets/Roads

Hwy 34/20 intersection w/ 53rd street improvements, Corvallis, $179,700, Streets/Roads

Runway extension, Corvallis, $3,150,000, Airport
Emergency Shelter/Drop in Center for homeless not eligible for existing services, Corvallis, $2,000,000, CDBG

South Corvallis Combined Services facility; food bank, furniture share, Headstart, neighborhood center, Corvallis, $2,000,000, CDBG

Hilltop Village 19 unit Affordable Housing Development infrastructure, Corvallis, $1,500,000, CDBG

Detox facility for drug and alcohol services, Corvallis, $1,000,000, CDBG

Seavey/Alexander Affordable Housing Development infrastrucutre, Corvallis, $750,000, CDBG

Additional officers to address public safety needs, Corvallis, $326,000, Public Safety

Transit operations center, Corvallis, $2,806,500, Transit

Pavement preservation, Eugene, $36,819,000, Streets/Roads

Bike/Ped Improvements, Eugene, $9,203,000, Streets/Roads
Replace bridges over Amazon Creek at Chambers, Garfield, City View, and Bailey Hill. (per concepts in Metro Waterways Study) to eliminate conveyance constriction points and improve ped/bicycle underpasses, Eugene, $4,500,000, Streets/Roads

Street Improvements – Preservation & Upgrade to Urban Standards, Eugene, $3,875,000, Streets/Roads

Multi-use path over Delta Highway, Eugene, $2,500,000, Streets/Roads

New mulit-use path, Eugene, $993,000, Streets/Roads

Lighting of an existing multi-use path, Eugene, $571,000, Streets/Roads

Eliminating drywells and improving stormwater conveyance, Eugene, $500,000, Streets/Roads

Traffic Signal Improvements – Safety and Capacity, Eugene, $400,000, Streets/Roads

Fox Hollow At Amazon Channel Enhancements – Improving stormwater quality, Eugene, $361,000, Streets/Roads

ADA Curb Ramps, Eugene, $100,000, Streets/Roads

Accessible Pedestrian Signals, Eugene, $100,000, Streets/Roads

Tertiary filtration facility – all phases, Eugene, $28,000,000, Water

Amazon Creek bank stabilization:, Eugene, $15,000,000, Water

Odorous Air Project – all phases, Eugene, $13,000,000, Water

Aeration Basin Upgrade – Phase II, Eugene, $11,000,000, Water

Sludge Lagoon Reline – all phases, Eugene, $10,000,000, Water

Mesophilic Sludge Digester, Eugene, $9,000,000, Water

Biogas Co-generation enhancement, Eugene, $6,000,000, Water

Complete Delta Ponds Enhancement Project (culvert under Goodpasture Island Road and Delta Highway, finish riparian benches, plant benches, trails, signage, parking lot), Eugene, $5,500,000, Water
Sodium Hypochlorite conversion, Eugene, $5,000,000, Water

Private Lateral Rehabilitation Program, Eugene, $5,000,000, Water

Resource management – canoe canal multi-objective improvements, Eugene, $5,000,000, Water

Sludge Thickening Facility, Eugene, $4,500,000, Water

Water pollution Control Facility – lagoon upgrade – cleanup and lining, Eugene, $4,000,000, Water

Wastewater System Rehabilitation, Eugene, $4,000,000, Water

Biocycle Farm Irrigation Assessment/Design and Upgrade, Eugene, $3,000,000, Water

Biosolids Drying Bed Replacement, Eugene, $3,000,000, Water

Sanitary Force Main Investigation, inspection, and maintenance/upgrade, Eugene, $2,500,000, Water

Chemically-Enhanced Primary Treatment, Eugene, $2,000,000, Water

Upgrade to existing recycled water force main, Eugene, $1,500,000, Water

lagoon upgrade – stormwater system, recycled water, etc., Eugene, $1,000,000, Water

Community Sewers -Providing direct wastewater connections, Eugene, $1,000,000, Water

Enhance SIW for reclaimed water use or biofuel production, Eugene, $1,000,000, Water

Resource Management – Struvite Pelletization Investigation/Assessment/Design, Eugene, $800,000, Water

Replacement of perimeter fence and security upgrades, Eugene, $500,000, Water

Recycled water community implementation study/planning, Eugene, $300,000, Water

Confluence Island Floodplain/Channel Restoration, Eugene, $300,000, Water

Confluence Island Hydrologic Study, Eugene, $300,000, Water

Greenway/greenspace water reuse irrigation assessment, Eugene, $250,000, Water

Recycled water market study, Eugene, $250,000, Water

Beneficial reuse site crop analysis and irrigation assessment, Eugene, $200,000, Water

Water Main Line Extension, Eugene, $50,000, Water

Runway rehab project to resurface the main runway at the airport, Eugene, $6,000,000, Airport

Surface Scan System – Uses sensors to relay information concerning pavement temperatures and details about water/chemical content on our runways, Eugene, $75,000, Airport

Eugene AMTRAK Station Site Improvements – Lighting and Paving Improvements to rail passenger areas, Eugene, $200,000, Amtrak

West Eugene Environmental Education Center – construction of science laboratory and educational facilities and adjacent infrastructure., Eugene, $1,500,000, CDBG

Construct spray play facilities to replace 6 wading pools closed due to state rule, Eugene, $1,500,000, CDBG

Resurface, reconstruct or replace 23 existing tennis courts, Eugene, $1,500,000, CDBG

Priority 1 park renovations: large-scale park renovations in State Street Park, Eugene, $1,400,000, CDBG

Renovate park restrooms citywide, Eugene, $1,025,000, CDBG

Trail Enhancement, Eugene, $1,000,000, CDBG

Lamb Building – Low-Income Housing development – 35 units, Eugene, $1,000,000, CDBG

Design and construct covered skate park in City Center area, Eugene, $1,000,000, CDBG

Priority 1 playground renovations: large-scale play area renovations, Eugene, $800,000, CDBG

Renovate park lighting systems, Eugene, $750,000, CDBG

Park Irrigation, Potable Water and Electrical Supply Improvements, Eugene, $600,000, CDBG
Redevelop vacant lot in downtown Eugene at 10th and Charnelton – 200,000 square feet of new construction to feature mix of office and rental housing. Approx. $500,000 in public participation is needed for project. The total cost of project is estimated, Eugene, $500,000, CDBG

Redevelop vacant lot in downtown Eugene at Broadway and Willamette – 200,000 square feet of new construction to feature mix of office and rental housing. Approx. $500,000 in public participation is needed for project., Eugene, $500,000, CDBG

Interstate Bridge project to include additional open space elements, particularly trail enhancements in Willamette, Eugene, $500,000, CDBG

Roosevelt Crossing housing complex – new construction – need funding to fill current funding gap, Eugene, $400,000, CDBG

Hult Center heating system conversion – required due to closure of local steam utility, Eugene, $250,000, CDBG

Trail Preservation and Renovation, Eugene, $200,000, CDBG

Trail Renovation and Interpretive Signage, Eugene, $150,000, CDBG

Park pond concrete removal and riparian restoration, Eugene, $150,000, CDBG

Construct park picnic shelter, Eugene, $125,000, CDBG

Through a collaborative partnership between the City of Eugene (COE) and the Eugene Water & Electric Board, this program proposes to complete energy efficient retrofits to upwards of 400 units per year using the EPA Home Performance with ENERGY STAR (HPwE, Eugene, $3,800,000, Energy

Install solar hot water system at Echo Hollow Pool – reduce natural gas costs, Eugene, $225,000, Energy

Solar Power retrofits for MWMC facilities, Eugene, $50,000, Energy

Building Remodel -Low-Income Housing development – replace failing foundation at 60 unit housing project and New stairwells & balconies, new roofs and a remodel of the laundry rooms (stairwells & balconies are a priority) at another 67 unit low-income pr, Eugene, $1,850,000, Housing

Public Housing Modernization, Eugene, $900,000, Housing

Police Patrol Building -It would be the operational base for approximately 120 patrol officers, 20 sergeants, 6 lieutenants, and one captain. The facility would include office space (for command, TEU and MCI), locker rooms, briefing rooms, a command cent, Eugene, $24,000,000, Public Safety

Emergency Command Training Center -Build and equip an emergency center with the most up-to-date technology to replicate incident scenarios and provide a realistic experience that will train incident commanders and team leaders., Eugene, $1,500,000, Public Safety

Eugene Rail Depot Phase 2, Passenger & Site Improvements – to restore elements removed from project due to funding limitations, Eugene, $200,000, Transit

Contract Pavement Preservation for identified deferred pavement maintenance, Gresham, $20,000,000, Streets/Roads

Traffic Signal Improvments – rebuild falling span-wire signals, replace outdated signal controllers, replace lenses, etc., Gresham, $2,500,000, Streets/Roads

Pedestrian mobility/capacity improvements – infill missing sidewalk, install crosswalk signalization., Gresham, $2,500,000, Streets/Roads

Wastewater Treatment Plan Secondary Clarifier – Design complete; necessary to accomodate growth and ensure water quality compliance., Gresham, $13,000,000, Water

Johnson Creek Watershed Restoration – flood protection and habitat restoration. Authorized in WRDA., Gresham, $5,000,000, Water

Glisan Water Line Upgrade – new water line to serve adjacent industrial land and development., Gresham, $2,800,000, Water

242 Ave. Water Line Upgrade, Glisan to Stark, Gresham, $1,500,000, Water

Industrial Land Access Improvements – improve access to industrial areas and increase capacity for new industrial development, Gresham, $18,700,000, CDBG

Underground Injection Control Systems Improvements, Gresham, $5,000,000, CDBG

Kane Drive – restore improvement elements, stormwater system replacement, transportation improvement elements, Gresham, $3,750,000, CDBG

Replacement of the backbone of the City’s sewer system in Oswego Lake to prevent overflows, ensure ongoing sewer service by making it seismically stable and address an Oregon DEQ Mutual Agreement and Order to begin the project at a time certain. The proj, Lake Oswego, $80,000,000, Water

SE 5th Ave. – Bridge over I-84. Widen bridge with pedestrian/bicycle improvements., Ontario, $4,798,000, Streets/Roads

NW 4th Ave. roadway improvements from Tori Street to 400′ West of Hwy 201. To include water and sewer upgrades., Ontario, $1,500,000, Streets/Roads

NW Park Blvd – Malheur Dr to NW 4th Ave. Upgrade to urban collector with pedestrian/bicycle improvements., Ontario, $862,000, Streets/Roads

SE 2nd St. – SE 9th Ave. to Butler Blvd. Upgrade to urban major collector with pedestrian/bicycle improvements., Ontario, $862,000, Streets/Roads

N. Oregon St. – N. Bypass to 1/4 north of N. Fortner St. Relocate & rebuild with pedestrian/bicycle improvements to connect with N. Bypass at NW 20th Ave., Ontario, $850,000, Streets/Roads

SE 5th Ave. – SE 5th St. to I-84. Upgrade to major collector with pedestrian/bicycle improvements., Ontario, $700,000, Streets/Roads

NW Park Blvd. – N Oregon St to Malheur Dr New urban collector with pedestrian/bicycle facilities., Ontario, $700,000, Streets/Roads

SW Park Blvd. – SW 11th Ave. to SW 10th Ave. New minor collector with pedestrian/bicycle improvements., Ontario, $675,000, Streets/Roads

SE 5th Ave. – I-84 to S. East Lane. Upgrade to urban minor arterial with pedestrian/bicycle improvements., Ontario, $650,000, Streets/Roads

3mg storage reservoir, booster station flow meter and SCADA, standby generator on 3,000 gpm pump, and replace check valves with pipe spools. Per 2008 Facility Planning Study., Ontario, $2,532,000, Water

Wastewater Improvements to include; parallel 24″ FM to WWTP, Beltway pipeline, improvements near NW 8th Ave. lift station, upgrade Tapadera lift station, and relocate West Idaho lift station. Per 2008 Facilities Planning Study., Ontario, $1,394,600, Water

Pipelines for SW 4th and S. Dorian Dr., Washington Ave. and Yturri Beltline, Malheur Drive and Park Blvd., S. Oregon Street and 13th Ave. Per 2008 Facilities Planning Study., Ontario, $1,234,700, Water

Pipelines for SE 10th Street from McDaniel Mobile to SE 5th Ave., SE 2nd Ave. from SE 4th St. to SE 1st St., Northwest area improvements, and SE 5th Ave. improvements. Per 2008 Facilities Planning Study., Ontario, $1,082,800, Water

I-205/OR Highway 213 Interchange, Oregon City, $15,000,000, Streets/Roads

OR Highway 213/Redland Road, Oregon City, $8,000,000, Streets/Roads

Molalla Avenue Roundabout, Oregon City, $4,000,000, Streets/Roads

Molalla/Warner Milne Realignment, Oregon City, $2,500,000, Streets/Roads

Division Street Pavement Rehabilitation, Oregon City, $1,500,000, Streets/Roads

John McLoughlin Historic WPA Promenade Safety Improvements, Oregon City, $1,000,000, Streets/Roads

Beavercreek/Molalla Improvements, Oregon City, $500,000, Streets/Roads

Oregon City Amtrak Station improvements (building and parking lot), Oregon City, $1,500,000, Amtrak

Trolley Barn, Oregon City, $4,500,000, Transit

Purchase three trolleys, Oregon City, $1,000,000, Transit

Portland Arterial Paving, Improvement, and Safety: improving arterials in the City; includes paving, safety improvements, congestion relief, and bicycle boulevards, Portland, $65,000,000, Streets/Roads

Portland Bridge Repair: repair and reconstruction, Portland, $22,000,000, Streets/Roads

Sewer Capacity Reconstruction: the expansion of the Columbia Wastewater Plant and the reconstruction of a number of key facilities in the citywide system, Portland, $52,000,000, Water

Portland Parks and Trails Construction: Construction of a community center, the development of several parks, and 10 miles of multi-modal trails, Portland, $86,000,000, CDBG

Portland Streetcar: the extension of the Portland streetcar loop across the river to OMSI, Portland, $75,000,000, Transit

Full street improvement and undergrounding of utilities on Portland Rd., Phase ll., Salem, $22,500,000, Streets/Roads

Provide road improvements to McGhilchrist St. with turn lanes, bike lanes, signals, sidewalks, and stormwater infrastructure, which in turn will help lure businesses to this underutilized industrial area., Salem, $18,700,000, Streets/Roads

Road and infrastructure improvements to Gaffin and Cordon Roads including widening, drainage, curbage, gutters, signals and turn lanes. Make other infrastructure improvements necessary to serve the Salem Renewable Energy & Technology Park., Salem, $7,800,000, Streets/Roads

Street and sidewalk improvments on Salem Industrial Drive Extension, Anunsen St. to Hyacinth St., Salem, $7,700,000, Streets/Roads

South Airport Industrial Park Phase 1B, Infrastructure Improvements, Salem, $6,080,000, Streets/Roads

South Airport Industrial Park Phase ll, Infrastructure Improvements, Salem, $4,600,000, Streets/Roads

Union St. Railroad Bridge, Phase ll, Salem, $3,000,000, Streets/Roads

Access and pedestrian improvements along Pringle Creek, Salem, $2,292,920, Streets/Roads

Construction of a half street improvement to Strong Rd., SE, Salem, $1,950,000, Streets/Roads

Pavement restoration and resurfacing of River Rd. South, Owens St. to Croisan Creek Rd., Salem, $990,000, Streets/Roads

Bellevue St. Re-alignment, Salem, $877,390, Streets/Roads

Add left turn lane and signalization to Kuebler Blvd., Salem, $798,000, Streets/Roads

Pavement restoration and resurfacing of 25th St., State St. to Mission St., Salem, $790,000, Streets/Roads

Pavement restoration and resurfacing of Turner Rd. SE, Boone Rd. to SE City limits., Salem, $690,000, Streets/Roads

Pavement restoration and resurfacing of Hyacinth St., BNRR to Portland Rd., Salem, $680,000, Streets/Roads

Pavement restoration and resurfacing of Chemewa Rd., NE to Portland Rd., Salem, $590,000, Streets/Roads

Pavement restoration and resurfacing of Airport Rd., SE, State St. to Mission St., Salem, $470,000, Streets/Roads

Pavement restoration and resurfacing of Kale St. NE, Portland Rd. to 49th Ave., Salem, $440,000, Streets/Roads

Build a new reservoir, water mains, and related pipework to serve state and county correctional facilities, Mill Creek Corporate Center, and SE Salem residents., Salem, $9,000,000, Water

Satter/Hayesville Gravity Sewer, Salem, $4,400,000, Water

Install parallel main for adequate capacity at Boone Rd., Salem, $3,500,000, Water

Geren Island Sand Filter Replacement, Salem, $2,600,000, Water

West Marion Wastewater Collection Improvements, Salem, $1,750,000, Water

Replace failing 18″ watermain at Liberty St., Salem, $1,750,000, Water

Cordon Rd. Gravity Sewer, Salem, $1,657,000, Water

Center St./Greenbriar Gravity Sewer, Salem, $1,250,000, Water

Install watermain for adequate capacity at Fabry Rd., Salem, $600,000, Water

Reed Ln/Barnes Rd. Stormwater Conveyance System Improvements, Salem, $400,000, Water

Stoneway Stormwater Conveyance System Improvements, Salem, $300,000, Water

South Hanger Area improvements, includes addtional taxi lane, more hanger areas, and security fencing., Salem, $400,000, Airport

Replace structurally and operationally deficient operations service center for public works functions., Salem, $14,500,000, CDBG

Energy efficiency upgrades at all public housing sites., Salem, $1,535,000, Housing

Replace old deteriorated doors, including hardware and locks, with new energy efficient ones at 6 low income family sites., Salem, $320,000, Housing

Replace aging and leaking roof systems at 3 family sites., Salem, $240,000, Housing

Replace flooring in family units at 6 sites., Salem, $237,000, Housing

Upgrade existing playgrounds for ADA and safety compliance at 4 low income family sites., Salem, $140,000, Housing

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