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Water Conservation, Reuse and Storage Program
    2009-2011    
Grant Recipient Study Type Feasibility Study Description Funding Final Report
Ashland, City of Conservation and Reuse Evaluate using recycled water & a conservation and irrigation program to improve water supply and the health of Ashland & Bear Creeks. $168,863 PDF 137 KB
Baker County  Storage -Above Water and Stream Health Study to evaluate Powder Basin reservoir sites to address chronic water shortages. $20,000 PDF 7.7 MB
Baker Valley Soil and Water Cons. District / Smith Ditch District Improvement Co. Conservation Evaluate alternatives for eliminating an 18-mile open ditch and conserving up to 65 cfs in Powder River. $20,647  PDF 15.8 MB
Bend, City of Conservation Evaluate converting surface water supply to ground water, changing point of diversion and maximizing efficiency and conservation. $21,984 PDF 293 KB 
Central Oregon Irrigation District Conservation Evaluate the cost effectiveness of piping or lining a 1.5 mile section of canal and conserving Deschutes River water. $10,450 PDF 7.4 MB
Corvallis, City of Reuse Evaluate alternate discharge options for treated wastewater to comply with Willamette River water quality issues & address water supply needs. $24,988 PDF 2.8 MB 
Cottage Grove, City of Reuse Evaluate reusing treated effluent for irrigation to reduce water demands on creeks and improve water quality on Coast Fork of Willamette River. $23,275  PDF 32.6 MB
Dallas, City of Storage -Other Evaluate optimizing storage capacity & recovery efficiency in the Siletz River Volcanic aquifer. $64,693  PDF 6.5 MB
Damascus, City of Reuse Evaluate reuse and partnership options to solve wastewater collection, treatment and water supply issues. $71,250  PDF 59 MB 
Deschutes River Conservancy / North Unit Irrigation District Conservation Evaluate lining 19 miles of canal and improving stream flows in the Deschutes and Crooked Rivers and improving delivery to irrigators. $50,000  PDF 4.2 MB
Eagle Point Irrigation District / Medford Water Commission Storage -Above Evaluate increasing the storage capacity, develop computer model to forecast demand and analyze in-stream impacts. $29,930  PDF 8.1 MB
East Valley Water District Storage Above Evaluate impounding 12,000 acre-feet of water to meet agricultural demands and reduce pressure on ground water resource. $258,952  PDF 27.3 MB
Grande Ronde Model Watershed Storage -Other Determine whether artificial recharge and aquifer storage and recovery can augment stream flows and mitigate declining ground water. $44,234 PDF 42.5 MB
Hillsboro, City of / City of Beaverton Conservation Evaluate a water conservation rebate program for different products, analyzing water savings and cost benefits.  $15,000  PDF 453 KB
Klamath Basin Rangeland Trust Conservation Evaluate a water conservation rebate program for different products, analyzing water savings and cost benefits.  $60,652  PDF 3.7 MB
Mosier Watershed Council Storage -Other Evaluate a water conservation rebate program for different products, analyzing water savings and cost benefits.  $143,378 PDF 740 KB
Polk County Storage -Above Evaluate a water conservation rebate program for different products, analyzing water savings and cost benefits.  $171,000  PDF 3.6 MB
Port Orford, City of Storage -Above Evaluate raising the reservoir by 11 feet to meet critical water demands. $86,591  PDF 5.2 MB
Rockaway Beach, City of Conservation Evaluate restoring Jetty Creek to its historic channel to eliminate sedimentation, fish passage and low flow problems. $13,576 PDF 34.8 MB
Tigard, City of / Clean Water Services Reuse Evaluate reuse alternatives to enhance Fanno Creek stream flows and improve water quality for the Tualatin River. $3,173 PDF 278 KB
Veneta, City of Conservation Evaluate meeting peak supply needs through conservation and use of the backwash water used to clean City’s water filters. $9,975 PDF 3.9 MB 
                                         Total $1,312,611