WILLAMETTE RIVER GREENWAY PLAN
Willamette River Greenway Plan
On June 30, 1975, the Oregon Transportation Commission approved the Willamette River Greenway Plan for submission to the Land Conservation and Development Commission. This action constitutes the adoption of an administrative rule by the Commission. This rule is effective upon final approval by the Land Conservation and Development Commission. (See OAR 660-020-0010.)
Pursuant to ORS 390.318(2) the plan shows the boundaries of the Willamette River Greenway, the boundaries of lands acquired or to be acquired as state parks and recreation areas within the Greenway, the lands and interests acquired or to be acquired by units of local government, lands within the Greenway for which the acquisition of a scenic easement is sufficient for the purposes of such Greenway, the location of all known subsurface mineral aggregate deposits situated on lands within the Greenway. The segment of the Willamette River covered by the plan is that portion, including all channels, from the confluence with the Columbia River upstream to Dexter Dam and the Coast Fork of the river upstream to Cottage Grove Dam.
Oregon State Archives • 800 Summer St. NE • Salem, OR 97310