From US EPA:

EPA continues to develop the Community Impacts Mitigation Plan (CIMP) for the Portland Harbor Superfund Site. The CIMP is a living document that will serve as a guide and enforcement tool to reduce adverse impacts to the community from Portland Harbor activities.

The CIMP draft annotated outline includes information gathered so far and is not comprehensive, but provides a status update on the current content and layout of the CIMP. We are reviewing feedback we received on the first draft of the outline and will share more information soon. The full draft CIMP will be provided for public feedback later in winter 2024.

Photo Submission Request: Portland Harbor Community Impacts Mitigation Plan

EPA is working to compile photos to include in its Community Impacts Mitigation Plan (CIMP) for Portland Harbor and is using the following link with JotForm to do so.

Consider sharing photos of the Willamette River, the Portland Harbor Superfund Site, its surroundings, and its communities. Historic or present-day photos are welcome. Include a photo attribution so we can credit you in the document. Submit one form per photo – you can submit as many photos as you want! To help us incorporate your photos into the document, see below for further instruction.

What Kind of Images?

General photos of the river and its surroundings

Community groups and events

Wildlife near/on the river

How to Submit?

Photo Resolution: Photos should ideally be 300ppi but if you have a photo with a smaller resolution, submit it anyway and we will do our best to make it work!

Photo Source: Ensure that you identify the photo’s location/subject and the photo source when you upload so we can credit you in the document.

Upload: Submit photos by filling out this JotForm.

If you have any trouble uploading your photos via the form linked above, email Anna at