Plan Released for Willamette North of Fremont Bridge

Plan Released for Willamette North of Fremont Bridge

The River Plan Team will hold open houses November 3 and December 3

The City of Portland's River Plan Team announces the release of a proposed plan for the North Reach of the Willamette River in Portland (from roughly the Fremont Bridge downstream to the where the Willamette meets the Columbia). The Team is also sponsoring Open Houses to acquaint the public with the draft plan's proposal.
1. The Draft North Reach Plan: What It Is and How to Get It

Fish Advisory

The Oregon Department of Human Services has an active fish advisory on the Portland Harbor, which was issued in June of 2004..
PCB levels

Introduction to the CAG and the Portland Harbor

The Portland Harbor is an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Superfund Site, and will eventually be cleaned up after years of planning and sampling. The study was expected to take until 2009, however, EPA has granted extensions to the responsible parties until Nov. 15, 2011.  The Willamette River was slated to be reasonably clean by 2015 or so, but the process has taken longer than originally anticipated. We try to expedite the process, and promote a thorough cleanup.

CAG Mission Statement

Lower Willamette Group Portland Harbor website

Port of Portland Audio Cast: One River Many Voices

Sierra Club Toolkit: Envrionmental and Reproductive Toxins and Health

Willamette Basin Explorer

What's In Our Air? Neighbors for Clean Air

Portland Harbor Community Coalition

Hudson River Community Advisory Group

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