Wilson Lane Improvement Project

Location: Boardman, OR

 

The Wilson Lane Improvement Project will replace 43 aging poles and approximately 1.8 miles of line along Wilson Lane in south Boardman, between the intersections of Olson road and Paul Smith road. This project will offer additional reliability measures that will provide an increase in capacity and assist in outage restoration. The construction will be rebuilding the current distribution line by replacing the existing poles and wire with taller poles and new, heavier conductor. The project runs through residential, irrigation and public properties. Landowner relationships are critical to the success of this project.

Anticipated Construction Schedule

Start Date: March 2022

Completion Date: June 2022

A Partnership Within A Thriving Community

Morrow County is developing and their energy needs are growing. Population and community growth in and around the Boardman area is driving the need for UEC’s facilities to expand to better serve the community and those that make it their home. UEC is committed to keeping up with the growth and will strive to continue to offer safe, reliable and affordable power to all of our members.

UEC’s Commitment to Our Membership

We are committed to our communities and our members who reside in them. UEC is working hard to minimize the impacts while we identify system improvements to keep the affected community informed as the project progresses through construction.

If you have questions or would like to schedule a briefing for your neighborhood or organization, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Bill
Saporito, Business Development Manager.

Benefits and Value Carefully Considered

We grow with our communities in mind. Careful consideration is taken to increase the benefits our members, partners and the community experience.

For the Wilson Lane project, UEC is reducing the footprint of our new facilities by utilizing the existing route.
New wire will be installed and aging poles will be replaced to ensure the facility will continue to serve long into the future.