Photo of the Columbia Corridor industrial buildings and the Columbia Slough
Portland Tribune: Risk of levee failure highest in North Portland
Columbia River waterline could swell to 37 feet, Geological Survey and Army Corps of Engineers say...
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Aerial photo of Peninsula Drainage District #1
Portland Tribune: Let it flow during next Columbia River flood?
Some want to let the river flow onto nearby green areas rather than replace the levee that failed in the 1948...
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photo of a levee and the columbia slough
Portland Tribune: Bills seek tax aid to shore up levee system
All Portlanders might help pay to protect the city from Columbia River floods, if lawmakers vote to authorize...
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Oregon Capitol Building
2019 State Legislative Proposals
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Oregon's 2019 legislative session began this week. Among the many issues that will be discussed in Salem, the Levee Ready Columbia partnership has worked with local legislators to introduce several bills: First, Senate Bill 254/House Bill 2323 authorize Business Oregon’s Infrastructure...
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Infographic showing how flooding would affect the four drainage districts
Study quantifies flood risk on the Lower Columbia
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There have been five major floods on the lower Columbia since 1894, including the 1948 Vanport Flood, which...
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Photo of people discussing the USACE feasibility study during December 2018 open house
US Army Corps of Engineers’ December Open Houses
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Thanks to everyone who came out for the US Army Corps of Engineers' open houses in December...
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photo of Colonel Dorf and Reed Wagner Signing Cost Sharing Agreement for USACE Feasibility Study
Launching the New Start
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This week marked an important moment for Levee Ready Columbia and the Drainage Districts. On Wednesday, we...
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Photo of the 2018 Policy Makers Bike Ride
Policy Makers Bike Ride Takes to the Levees
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The policymakers bike ride gathers decision makers, community leaders, academics, and...
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Map of the leveed area along the Columbia River
What's At Risk Handout in Four Languages
“What’s at Risk” available in four languages
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We’re pleased to be able to share our “What’s at Risk” handout in four languages. Please download and share...
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