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  • Albany (Or.) (City of Albany (Or.), 2004-04-20)
    In each section of this Capital Improvement Program, you will find detailed information about each project planned over the next five years. You will also see the known unfunded projects that are needed to maintain ...
  • Albany (Or.) (City of Albany (Or.), 2006-04-12)
    Each section of the report deals with a major infrastructure service the City provides. You will find separate sections for parks, water, wastewater, transportation, public facilities, and revitalization. There is also a ...
  • Albany (Or.) (City of Albany (Or.), 2007-01-15)
    The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a planning document that identifies capital projects in the next five-year horizon for elected officials, citizens, and staff. The first year of the CIP will be the basis for developing ...
  • Albany (Or.) (City of Albany (Or.), 2008-04-23)
    The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a planning document that identifies capital projects in the next five-year horizon for elected officials, citizens, and staff. The first year of the CIP will be the basis for developing ...
  • Albany (Or.) (City of Albany (Or.), 2008)
    The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a planning document that identifies capital projects in the next five-year horizon for elected officials, citizens, and staff. The first year of the CIP will be the basis for developing ...
  • Albany (Or.) (City of Albany (Or.), 2005-04-27)
    The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a planning document that identifies capital projects 10 the next 5-year horizon for elected officials, citizens, and staff. The first year of the CIP will be the basis for ...
  • Albany (Or.) (City of Albany (Or.), 2008-05-30)
    Albany is required to comply with NPDES permits for discharge of wastewater and some stormwater discharges, and must develop strategies to reduce TMDL pollutants associated with these permitted discharges. The City ...
  • Ashland (Or.) (City of Ashland (Or.), 2006)
    Ashland’s assessment included the entire Ashland Creek watershed, which includes Mount Ashland. Ashland receives the majority of its water as surface runoff from the Mount Ashland watershed, including several tributaries. ...
  • Ashland (Or.) (City of Ashland (Or.), 2008)
    This report describes Ashland’s drinking water sources, treatment process, quality, and programs that protect the high quality of our water supply. This publication conforms to a federal regulation requiring water utilities ...
  • R.W. Beck and Associates; Ashland (Or.) (City of Ashland (Or.), 1991-03)
    This update to the City's comprehensive water plan will outline improvements needed to serve existing and future growth within the City and will update the plan presented in the 1980 Water Plan for serving future development ...
  • Ashland (Or.); Kramer, Chin & Mayo (City of Ashland (Or.), 1985-11)
    This drainage master plan is a first step which will provide the City with a tool to guide the improvement and expansion of the existing storm drainage system. As the cornerstone of the City's drainage management program, ...
  • Ashland (Or.); Corollo Engineers (City of Ashland (Or.), 2005-01-14)
    The purpose of this Sanitary Sewer Collection System Master Plan Update is to: evaluate the capacity of the existing collection system during peak wet weather flows; evaluate the capacity of the collection system and ...
  • Ashland (Or.); Tetra Tech/KCM, Inc.; GreenWorks PC (City of Ashland (Or.), 2000-06)
    The City of Ashland Stormwater and Drainage Master Plan identifies existing drainage problems in the City of Ashland and proposes solutions to address them. It provides an inventory of creeks, including identification ...
  • Baker City (Or.); Baker City (Or.). Public Works Dept. (City of Baker City (Or.), 2008-04-09)
    A public facility plan, as defined in OAR 660-11-0005 (1), is "a support document or documents to a comprehensive plan. The facility plan describes the water, sewer and transportation facilities which are to support the ...
  • Bend (Or.); MWH Americas, Inc.; Crane & Merseth (City of Bend (Or.), 2006-10)
    The City of Bend is the provider of wastewater collection and treatment service within the City of Bend Urban Growth Boundary (UGB). The 2006 Collection System Master Plan was developed in cooperation with the City of ...
  • Bend (Or.); Bend (Or.). Dept. of Public Works (City of Bend (Or.), 2006-11)
    The overall goal of this Plan is to create a program that maintains the high level of water quality historical to the area and meets the regulatory requirements of both the Phase II NPDES stormwater program and the UIC ...
  • Bend (Or.); MWH Americas, Inc. (City of Bend (Or.), 2005-11)
    The goal of this project is to provide a long-term option for providing sewer service to the SE Bend Area. The City has observed some capacity limitations with the current collection system serving the area, mainly the ...
  • Bend (Or.); Economic and Engineering Services, Inc.; Galardi Consulting, LLC (City of Bend (Or.), 2008-04-03)
    The City is submitting this Water Management and Conservation Plan (WMCP) in accordance with Oregon Administrative Rules Chapter 690 Division 86 and Division 315. This WMCP: 1) is an update to Bend’s expired 1998 WMCP ...
  • Carollo Engineers; Bend (Or.) (City of Bend (Or.), 2008-04)
    The Bend Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) currently consists of the following liquid treatment processes: preliminary treatment; primary clarification; activated sludge using a Modified Ludzack Ettinger (MLE) ...
  • Bend (Or.); Murray, Smith & Associates (City of Bend (Or.), 2007-03)
    The purpose of this Water Master Plan (WMP) is to provide the City of Bend a comprehensive planning document that provides basic information and guidance necessary for the sound stewardship of the municipal water system ...

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