According to Coleman, Woodland has three funded projects that are estimated to be completed between 2024 and 2029.
There are two upcoming projects for West Scott Avenue scheduled to start next month. Both are full-depth reclamation projects, a process in which the old street gets recycled to create new pavement. The projects run from Pacific Avenue to the railroad tracks and from the tracks to Schurman Way.
Two residential road projects by developers are expected to be completed in 2025. They will serve new housing developments.
A $1 million project focused on Lakeshore Drive wrapped up in March. The contractor built 10 bike and pedestrian paths, laid new asphalt and built new infrastructure for stormwater runoff.
Another finished project is the removing and laying of new asphalt at the intersection of Davidson Avenue and Goerig Street, including a railroad crossing.
Improvements on West Scott Avenue — which included new asphalt, sidewalks and a railroad crossing — are complete. In addition, the Port of Woodland has completed the first phase of a newly constructed road called Rose Way.
Coleman said the public’s reaction to the projects “has been positive,” especially “the utilization of spending.”