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Watershed Councils

Maps & Council Contacts

Contacts and Map Tips

Download the Contacts Table

To download an Excel spreadsheet of the contacts above, at the upper left of the table above, select Options Export all to CSV and then OK.

Table and Contact Details

  • To expand the table, hover on the black upper border to get a double arrow and drag up.
  • Sort the table by clicking any column heading.
  • Click a dot on the map to see contact information for the watershed council at that location.
  • Click to the left of a contact row to select it. Click Zoom to (above the table) and the map will enlarge to feature the area containing that contact.
  • Click the Home icon (upper left of the map) and the map will zoom out to fit in the window.
  • Click the black arrow tab at the bottom to close the contacts table.
  • Zoom in to show only a few dots on the map. Then click Filter by map extent to see contact information for only those dots. Zoom out or click the Home icon to show more contact rows.

Position and Zoom

  • Reposition the map by clicking and dragging.
  • Zoom in with a mouse wheel, by double-clicking the map at an area of interest, or by using the tools on the left side of the page. Click the house icon to fit the whole map in the window.

Map Layers

  • Toggle map layers using buttons on the upper right.
  • To view legislative or other administrative boundaries, click the Layers button at the upper right corner of the map. Click the Administrative Boundaries box and click the triangle next to it. From the expanded list, click any box of interest. For the Political boundaries, click the triangle next to ‘Political’ and then select or deselect items of interest. Note: for political boundaries to show, all 3 levels of layers must be clicked (e.g, click Administrative Boundaries, Political, AND House Districts to show House Districts on the map).

See a full-page view of this map.

PDF Map

Download a statewide map of Watershed Councils (PDF). Updated August 2017.

Map Disclaimer

The Oregon Watershed Councils map above portrays watershed councils that have been designated by a local government as provided by Oregon Revised Statutes 541.890 (14) and 541.910. OWEB realizes there are many other watershed organizations and groups in Oregon that are not identified on this Map.

The map above shows the location of each Council contact within a watershed council boundary.

Grants

OWEB offers Building Capacity and Council Capacity grants through the Operating Capacity grant program.

Network

Please visit the Network of Oregon Watershed Councils for other watershed council resources.

Contacts

Please contact Courtney Shaff, 503-986-0046, for general questions or map updates.

Please contact Leilani Sullivan, 503-986-0183, with council contact information updates.

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