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LID projects in Oregon

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Project Title

Project Type

Property Type Case Study?

Location














Boardman Street Median


City of Boardman City Center Project

Bioswale

Street Median Yes

Boardman, OR




























Boardman Residential Swale



City of Boardman Residential Bioswale

Bioswale

Residential Yes

Boardman, OR




























Kelley Engineering Center



Kelly Engineering Center

Rooftop Rainwater Reclamation

Campus Building Yes

Corvallis, OR




























Nestucca Valley Bioswale



Nastucca Valley Bioswale

Bioswale

Private Yes

Pacific City, OR




























Pringle Creek Community



Pringle Creek Community

Pervious Pavement, Bioswales

Community Yes

Salem, OR




























2004

Riverwalk Wetlands

Constructed Wetland, Bioswales, Riparian Habitat

Public & Private Yes

Ashland, OR




























RVSS Grass Pavers



RVS Grass Pavers

Pervious Pavement, Bioswale

Commercial Yes

Central Point, OR




























Tiara Home Vegetated Roof



Tiara Home Vegetated Roof

Green Roof and Reclamation System

Residential Yes

Eugene, OR




























2005

Smith Home Rainwater Reclamation

Rooftop Rainwater Reclamation

Residential Yes

Medford, OR




























Horizon Village Retirement Community



Horizon Village Retirement Community

Pervious Pavement

Private Yes

Grants Pass, OR




























Galbraith Pervious Pavement



Galbraith
Pervious Pavement


Pervious Pavement

Commercial Yes

Medford, OR




























2001

Twin Creeks TOD

Constructed Wetland, Bioswales, Riparian Habitat

Residential & Commercial Yes

Central Point, OR




























2003

West Salem Rotary Club

Pervious Pavement

Public Yes

Salem, OR














 

National Low Impact Development (LID) Atlas

LID map

This Low Impact Development (LID) Atlas was created for the National Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) Network by the Connecticut NEMO Program and the California Center for Water and Land Use to highlight innovative LID practices around the country. Its goal is to encourage and educate local officials and others about low impact development practices by providing specific, local examples of their use.

by the National NEMO Network
 
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