The Clackamas County Department of Transportation and Development, in partnership with the Western Federal Highways Division of the Federal Highway Administration, is working to identify and evaluate possible alternatives to maintain access to Zig Zag Village and the Mt. Hood National Forest.
September 2015 Alternatives Analysis Report: Stakeholder and Public Review Draft
- Appendix A: Reconnaissance Report
- Appendix B: Access Memorandum
- Appendix C: Draft Geomorphic and Hydraulic Report
- Appendix D: Cross Sections at River Crossing and Roadway Profiles
- Appendix E: Biological Resources and Wetlands Memorandum
- Appendix F: Geologic Reconnaissance and Preliminary Geotechnical Evaluation
- Appendix G: Cultural Resources Memorandum
Project Notice, mailed to area residents and property owners May 1, 2014
Project description (July 2014)
Reconnaissance Report, October 2014 – This report identifies features of the natural and built environment in the project area that might constrain or influence the development of reasonable access solutions.
- Reconnaissance Report
- Appendix A & B, Project Kick-Off Meeting Summary Notes and Project Photographs
- Appendix C, Environmental Resources
- Appendix D, Geological and Preliminary Geotechnical
- Appendix E, Hazardous Materials Data
Stakeholder Working Group - Oct. 5, 2015
Open House at Flood of Information IV – Oct. 24, 2015
Stakeholder Working Group - Nov. 20, 2014
Flood of Information III - Sept. 27, 2014
Learn more about road funding challenges in Clackamas County
For more information, contact Karen Buehrig, transportation planning manager at (503) 742-4683.
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