In 2002, the Council entered into an agreement with the US Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) to conduct mitigation work for the Scoggins Dam Project. Under this agreement (BOR Contract), the Council receives $30,000 per year for studies, project planning, education, … Continue reading
Rippling Waters Enhancement Project The Washington County owned property called, Rippling Waters is a 19-acre site located on Gales Creek. Prior to the Council’s restoration work, the site was overrun with invasive plants; primarily English ivy, Himalayan blackberry and reed … Continue reading
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Council Members, Staff and Officers 2012 Continue reading
Agenda and handouts from the 2012 Council Meetings. Continue reading
The Council tried to obtain copies of power point presentations or hand outs (if available as pdfs) after they are presented at Council meetings. Continue reading
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In February 1996, the Council was officially recognized by the Washington County Board of Commissioners with representatives of the following stakeholder groups: citizens, agriculture, business and industry, environmental, forestry, education, local governments, chambers of commerce, and water and sewer providers. Continue reading
The Tualatin River Watershed Council was formed in 1993 to provide more coordinated and integrated resource planning for the Tualatin River Watershed. Continue reading
Clean Water Services Administration Building Continue reading
Map to Council Meetings Continue reading
Agenda and handouts from the 2011 Council Meetings. Continue reading
Agenda and handouts from the 2010 Council Meetings. Continue reading