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Thank you for joining us Wednesday!
Thank you so much for joining us on August 28th to learn more about the US Army Corps...
Columbia Slough levee
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OPB: Legislature Comes Up With New Plan for Shoring Up Levees
The Oregon Legislature passed a law this session that will create a new district for managing and funding...
Photo of people discussing the USACE feasibility study during December 2018 open house
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US Army Corps of Engineers’ August Open House
Please join the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and Levee Ready Columbia to learn more about the...
Oregon Capitol Building
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2019 Legislative Wrap Up
In January, we published our 2019 legislative agenda and set to work with members of the state legislature...
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Creating A New Approach to Managing our Levees in Multnomah County
As communities across the country have suffered terrible flooding and disastrous levee breaches, the Oregon State Legislature has...
Levees run along the Umatilla River in Pendleton, Oregon
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Making Flood Safety Funding More Accessible Statewide
From small agricultural dikes to major urban levee systems, communities across Oregon are struggling to maintain aging flood...
Photo of Columbia River House Boat community taken from levee in the Bridgeton Neighborhood
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Portland Tribune: House, Senate Give Nod to Multnomah County Levee District
A new taxing district may ask Multnomah County voters to search their pockets for the cost of a...
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What do you think?
Share your values and hopes for the area along the Columbia River and opinions on decisions that will...
Photo of the Columbia Corridor industrial buildings and the Columbia Slough
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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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