Little*Clackamas County Commissioners Schrader and Savas support A Watershed Event - Attendees at the November 2, 2013 event at Rex Putnam High School learned how everyday activities impact water quality and how little changes in daily behaviors can make a BIG difference to the health of our valuable watersheds.
2013 Clackamas County Storm Drain Cleaning Requirements - Clean storm drains help reduce flooding and protect the health of our rivers and streams. Did you know that you can decrease the chances of high water on your property AND meet your annual CCSD#1 storm drain cleaning requirement? Click here to sign up
Click here for the maintenance report form
Check out the new watershed health amenities at North Clackamas Park! - The grand opening celebration of newly improved lower Mt. Scott Creek within North Clackamas Park was a huge success! CCSD#1 and partners North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District and the City of Milwaukie celebrate with the public. Click here for more information Read the articles in the news:
Sun shines on dedication
Mt Scott Creek revitalization swimming to 'home stretch'
Mt Scott Creek work tries to snag big fish
Join the Watershed Warriors to help protect the Clackamas River watershed - Please use phosphorus-free fertilizer (always read the directions for proper use), landscape with native plants, manage pet waste, and use commercial car wash facilities instead of your driveway. Click here for more information and when in Happy Valley tune in to 1700 AM Radio.
Blue Heron West acquisition to benefit Clackamas County Service District No. 1 and Tri-City Service District (Districts) - The Districts entered into a co-investment strategy to acquire Blue Heron West’s environmental assets and associated Clean Water Act permit to meet current and future regulations. For more information, please visit www.imaginewillamette.org
NEW Kellogg Odor Hotline 503-557-6367 - Please call the Odor Control Hotline to report an odor that you believe is related to wastewater treatment at the Kellogg Plant. District staff will promptly investigate your concern and return your call.