Thursday - Noon webinar - South Corvallis Greenway Corridor proposal along the Mill Race

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Annette Mills

Jul 9, 2021, 7:34:26 PMJul 9
to sustainable-corvallis-transportation,, David Eckert

Corvallis Sustainability Folk –


Interested in social equity, transportation safety, flood management and/or environmental regeneration?



Webinar – South Corvallis Greenway Corridor Proposal along the Mill Race

Join us:

Thursday, July 15

12 noon to 1 pm

A visionary proposal to develop a greenway along the South Corvallis Mill Race, between Crystal Lake Drive and SW Allen Street.

Zoom link:

Link in anytime after 11:45 am Thursday. Participation limited to the first 100 viewers.


Free and open to the public.

The presentation will be followed by Q & A.

Viewers will be eligible to register for a group tour of the Mill Race in August.

The program will be recorded and posted by August 1st at


We will be proposing the City of Corvallis and the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) consider and include this proposal in their long-range planning. The project, if enacted will:

·         Regenerate a degraded urban waterway,

·         Reduce dangerous flooding in the areas near 99W,

·         Improve transportation safety crossing 99W,

·         Safely connect two economically and ethnically diverse neighborhoods segregated by State Highway 99W, and

·         Improve social equity issues in South Corvallis


The proposal has already been endorsed by the following local organizations:

·         Corvallis Environmental Center

·         Corvallis Sustainability Coalition

·         Freshwaters Illustrated

·         Greenbelt Land Trust

·         Marys Peak Group Sierra Club

·         Marys River Watershed Council

The webinar is sponsored and hosted by the Corvallis Sustainability Coalition Water Action Team.

For any further information, email me at


Dave Eckert

(541) 230-1237 (NO Texting)

Corvallis Sustainability Coalition Water Action Team



I live within the traditional homeland of the Ampinefu Band of Kalapuya.  Following the Willamette Valley Treaty of 1855 (Kalapuya …Treaty), Kalapuya people were forcibly removed to reservations at either Grand Ronde or Siletz. Today, Kalapuya live either within the tribal reservations or in communities throughout the region. Many Kalapuya are active members of the sovereign nations of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde or the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians. Kalapuya culture is alive.



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