Transportation & Street System


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Supporting Documents

Wood Village Transportation System Plan (PDF)

Street Address Map (PDF, last revised 2003)

All Neighborhood Streets are maintained by the City.

Halsey Street, Glisan Street, 238th Drive, and Arata Road are arterial streets maintained by Multnomah County.

Supporting Documents

City of Wood Village Street Sweeping Schedule (PDF)

Efforts continue to preserve City streets. The annual investment supports the City’s effort to maintain a high pavement condition index (PCI) standard. The City of Wood Village current PCI is 75, rating Satisfactory.

Summer 2023 Streets

Streets scheduled for paving

NE 237th Avenue

NE 231st Court

NE Shannon Street

NE Shannon Court

Construction Impacts

What to Expect During Construction

The contractor, City project team and inspectors will be on site. We will make every effort to minimize impacts.

  • Work hours are 7:30 am – 5:00 pm for neighborhood streets.
  • The City will leave a minimum 24-hour notice on your door before work begins. The street must be clear of vehicles or other materials.
  • Watch for no parking signs. Vehicles may be towed to the parking lot at Wood Village City Hall & Civic Center if left on the street at the time of paving.
  • Mail and package delivery will continue during construction.
  • Garbage haulers will be notified.
  • Prior to construction, locate crews may mark the street to indicate the location of underground utilities.
  • Weather can impact schedules.
Construction Steps

Monday, August 7, 2023: Our contractor will be cutting and excavating a few spots on 237th Ave and 231st Ct. These streets will be open to vehicle traffic at this time. If the patches are not able to be repaved on the same day, they will be filled with gravel overnight and paved on Tuesday Morning. No work will be done on Shannon on this day.

Tuesday, August 8, 2023: Crack sealing will be done on Shannon St and Shannon Ct, 237th Ave, and 231st Ct.  Each street to be closed for several hours. The sealing material should be suitable for driving at low speeds within one hour after application. However, we request that you minimize on-street parking for the following 48 hours, if possible, so the material can fully cure.



The City’s winter response route consists of two categories for residential streets:

Priority 1 –  Hills, steep grades, and intersections;

Priority 2 –  Residential streets and the City Park.

Multnomah County Transportation maintains arterial streets:  Glisan, 223rd, Halsey, 238th, Arata, Wood Village Blvd, and Sandy Blvd. See current updates on the county’s Snow and Ice Plan page.

Snow & Ice Routes

Street lights are maintained by Portland General Electric (PGE).

Report Outage

Wood Village Bus Lines

21-Sandy Blvd/223rd Bus Line – Services NE 223rd Avenue and Sandy Boulevard and runs from the Parkrose Transit Center to the Gresham Central Transit Center

77-Broadway/Halsey Bus Line – Services NE Halsey Street and runs from Montgomery Park to Troutdale

See the TriMet website for schedule information or call 503-238-RIDE (7433).

Find a Ride

The MAX Light Rail line does not travel as far as Wood Village. It ends at the Gresham Transit Center (GTC). To get to or from the GTC, take the 21-Sandy Blvd/223rd Bus Line.

Plan a Ride

MAX Rail System Map