Help make Portland Harbor information accessible and protect the cleanup!

Summer is finally here and our river needs us more than ever. Please join us for an engaging virtual meeting to develop recommendation on how to create an accessible “River Library” or aka a “Information Management Plan”. This is our chance to make sure that community is fundamental to the development of a clean and accessible river.  You can click the on the header above or the RSVP spot below so that we’ll know how many community members will be participating.  
Can’t wait to see you!

In Solidarity,
Michael Pouncil 
Portland Harbor CAG Chair 

 Text from Jessica Terlikowski’s email 

Join the Portland Harbor Community Advisory Group, the City of Portland, and the Oregon Department of State Lands online July 8 at 6:30pm for a virtual workshop and share how YOU would like to learn about the river cleanup. RSVP to reserve your spot.

The City of Portland and State of Oregon Department of State Lands are partnering with local communities to learn more about how Portlanders connect with and use the river. Community input now will help ensure that Portlanders get the river information they need in the future. Community members who live near the Portland Harbor Superfund, fish, recreate, enjoy nature, watch wildlife, practice ceremony, or have other connections to the lower Willamette River, we want to hear from you!

Your input will help make information about Portland Harbor cleanup activities, fish advisories, recreation restrictions, and environmental data more accessible to the public.

Learn more. Have questions? Email jessica.terlikowski@portlandoregon.gov.

The July 8 online workshop is focused on understanding community members’ information needs. Tribal governments, public agencies, businesses, and waterfront properties are encouraged to contact project manager Dawn.Sanders@portlandoregon.gov to learn about the input opportunities tailored for each of those audiences.