How do I Review the Map
Below is the link to an online map with the current boundaries of the locally recognized watershed councils in Oregon. Please review the boundary of your watershed council to determine if it is accurate. Within the map, each watershed council is shaded blue with areas of darker blue representing the overlapping of two watershed council boundaries. By clicking on the polygons for the watershed council boundaries you will get an info window that will tell you the name of that watershed council. You’ll also note that multiple info windows may be present (e.g. “1 of 3”). You can access these additional info windows by clicking on the white arrow in the upper right of the open info window. Also included in the map are the Oregon county boundaries and hydrography. These layers can be turned on and off by checking the box to the left of the layer name when “Content” is selected. For the hydrography layer, clicking on the layer name will expand it to show additional features such as the different HUCs.
Link to Map: http://bit.ly/1kMLwhm
When sending updates to OWEB please consider the following:
- Do my updated boundaries impact a neighboring watershed council?
- Does my local recognition documentation align with my watershed council boundaries?
How do I provide updated information
To provide updated map boundaries send the information to OWEB’s GIS Coordinator, Troy Wirth, at Troy.Wirth@state.or.us by 5pm on Wednesday, February 12, 2014.
Information needs to be sent in one of the following formats:
- A shapefile of the watershed council boundary, or
- A PDF map of the watershed council boundary
If you have questions about how to review the map or how to submit updated information contact OWEB’s GIS Coordinator, Troy Wirth, at Troy.Wirth@state.or.us or 503-986-0037.
If you have questions related to Council Capacity grants please contact Courtney Shaff at Courtney.Shaff@state.or.us or 503-986-0046
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Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board
775 Summer St. NE
Salem, OR 97301-1290
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