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Water Resources
Central Oregon - Hosmer Lake
The Water Resources program at ODOT is responsible for assessing the impacts transportation projects have on water quality and hydrology, and for developing measures that help protect Oregon’s rivers, lakes and wetlands from those adverse effects.  ODOT Region Water Resources Specialists are responsible for individual projects, while the Geo-Environmental Section focuses on policy, working with the Resource and Regulatory agencies to streamline permitting while improving resource protection, and technical expertise.  Water Resources staff at all levels work closely with biologists, erosion control specialists and hydraulic engineers to find the best solutions for the problems presented by stormwater and highway runoff.


William Fletcher - William.B.FLETCHER@odot.state.or.us
Water Quality/Resources Program Coordinator
Organizational Chart
Or contact by phone at:  (503) 986-3252


 Program Resources
Other Resources
Manuals, Procedures, Practices  Annotated SWMP Review Checklist 
Stormwater Management Plan Documents
Sample Documents  Stormwater Reference Materials
Standard SOW's  Stormwater Management Program  
Policy & Memos  Water Resources Specialist Manual 
Training Modules
Standard Specifications