There are two ATV Committees.
The All-Terrain Vehicle Advisory Committee’s mission is to make a positive difference in the Off-highway Vehicle recreational experience by interacting with the public and utilizing resources in making recommendations to the OPRD Commission regarding off-highway vehicle classifications, safety requirements in all classes to protect riders and the future funding of ATV grant projects.
The ATV Advisory Committee consists of a Class I organization, Class II organization, Class III organization, Class IV organization, ATV user at large, Law Enforcement Agency, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Department of Forestry, Oregon Vehicle Dealer Association, Department of Transportation, Department of Human Services, Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, ADA representative, Rural Fire Protection District, Emergency Medical Services Provider and a Non-voting member from Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.
The ATV Advisory Grant Subcommittee's purpose is to interact with the public and utilize resources to review and make recommendations to OPRD regarding the funding of ATV/OHV grants in the following categories; operation and maintenance, law enforcement, emergency services, land acquisition, planning, future development of ATV/OHV trail opportunities in Oregon’s OHV recreation areas.
The ATV Advisory Grant subcommittee consists of a Class I Representative, Class II Representative, Class III Representative, Class IV Representative, Member-at-large, Law Enforcement Representative and a ADA Representative.
For more information about the Committees, click here.