OC Streets allows you to explore Oregon City's street network in more detail. You can examine pavement condition, street classification, and see what streets have been recently upgraded.
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View the OC Streets app.
Information available includes the following:
- Pavement Condition Index (PCI): Streets are assigned a value from 0 (poor, shown in red) to 100 (excellent, shown in green), based on their condition.
- Pavement Maintenance Utility Fee (PMUF) Projects: Streets have been reconstructed or resurfaced using funds generated by the PMUF, which was instituted in 2008.
- Street Ownership: Several jurisdictions are responsible for streets within Oregon City, including the City of Oregon City, Clackamas County, ODOT, and private parties.
- Striping Inspection Schedule: A schedule of re-striping activities.
- Functional Class: In 2013, the Transportation System Plan (TSP) was adopted which classified streets into classes such as arterials, collectors and local streets
- Old Functional Class: This reference layer shows the function class before the 2013 TSP was implemented.
The City of Oregon City makes no representations, express or implied, as to the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the information, maps, and data contained herein. This data is for informational purposes only and should not be used for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. This data is provided with the understanding that it is not guaranteed to be correct or complete, and conclusions drawn or decisions made from such information are the responsibility of the user. The City of Oregon City assumes no responsibility for its use. While the data provided is generally believed to be accurate and the best information available, occasionally it proves to be incorrect, incomplete or out-of-date; thus its accuracy is not warranted. However, notification of any errors would be appreciated. If misleading, inaccurate or otherwise inappropriate information is brought to our attention, a reasonable effort will be made to fix or remove it. Such concerns should be addressed to the GIS Department.