The draft 2013-2017 Oregon Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) entitled “Ensuring Oregon’s Outdoor Legacy” and support documents are now available for public review and comment. The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) will accept comments until May 31, 2013.
Comments can be made through a comment feature below, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mail:
Oregon Parks & Recreation Department
725 Summer Street NE, Suite C
Salem, OR 97301-1271
Attn: Terry Bergerson
The draft Oregon SCORP plan is also available in a CD format by contacting Lori Trump at OPRD by phone 503-986-0730.
If you have any questions regarding the draft review process, please contact Terry Bergerson by phone 503-390-0639 ext. 228.
Oregon 2013-2017 SCORP Plan
Draft Document: "2013 -2017 Oregon SCORP"
The draft 2013-2017 Oregon Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan entitled “Ensuring Oregon’s Outdoor Recreation Legacy”.
Oregon 2013-2017 SCORP Plan Support Documents
Draft Document: “2011 Statewide Outdoor Recreation Resource/Facility Bulletin”
This bulletin includes results of a statewide inventory of the supply of existing outdoor recreation resources and facilities in Oregon.
Draft Document: “Oregon Resident Outdoor Recreation Demand Analysis”
This report includes the results of a statewide survey of Oregon residents regarding their 2011 outdoor recreation participation in Oregon, as well as their opinions about parks and recreation management. In addition to the full report, summary reports of key findings are provided for each of the 11 SCORP planning regions and 36 Oregon counties.
Draft Document: “Developing Sustainable Park Systems in Oregon”
This report creates a vision for the development of sustainable park systems in Oregon for use by federal, state, and local units of government as well as the private sector, in making policy and planning decisions.
Draft Document: "A Guide to Community Park and Recreation Planning for Oregon Communities”
This guide is provided to assist units of local government in Oregon (cities, counties, special districts, ports and regional districts) with a small staff, or no permanent staff at all, in preparing a park and recreation plan for their jurisdiction.
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