Hubbard Bridge Replacement Project

Project Type:
Project Status: 
Under Construction
Hubbard Bridge
Hubbard Road and Highway 99W
Monroe, OR

Hubbard Bridge Replacement Project Sheet

The county selected a contractor, Carter & Company, Inc., and construction began in June of 2022. The bridge is scheduled to reopen to traffic by December 15, 2022. The bridge was closed in December of 2014 due to recent inspections. The county applied for a grant (and has now been awarded $5.6 million) to replace the bridge. Using $560,000 as a match for Oregon Department of Transportation grant funding , this new bridge would provide 60 to 75 years of use. The total cost of replacement is anticipated to be between $5 million and $6 million.

Nearby alternate route options are available by using Old River Road and Stow Pit Road. In the event of flooding on the alternative routes, in order to permit access in and out to area residents, the bridge will be reopened temporarily to passenger vehicle traffic as necessary.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

For more information about the project, those interested can contact County Engineer, Laurel Byer, at 541-766-6821 or by email at Laurel.Byer 

Taken November 2015 during a tour from the Roads Advisory Committee
This is one of the largest bridges in the County
This bridge spans the Long Tom River
Fred Gomez, Civil Engineer, tells members of the Roads Advisory Committee about the bridge.
Hubbard Bridge Update 07.08.22
Hubbard Bridge Update 06.16.22
Hubbard Bridge Update 09.29.22
Status Updates

The Hubbard Rd Bridge now has three of the six spans in place and the contractor drove the final piles for the project last week. The plan is to pour the final two pile caps and set slabs for the remaining three spans over the next four weeks - visible progress will be substantial in October. As of now, the contractor is still on schedule to open the new bridge to traffic by the end of the year. 9/29/22

The contractor has driven the piles for the west end abutment, installed sheet piles and poured the east abutment, and drove the piles for bent 6 in the river this week. 07/08/22 

There was a lot of activity (and noise) at the Hubbard bridge this week. The contractor drove the 3 foot diameter, 63ft long steel piles at the east abutment to the design depth according to schedule. 06/16/22

Project is currently under design by DOWL (formerly OBEC) with construction slated in 2021. 09/01/16

- Grant was awarded in the amount of approximately $5.6 million