The Greater Oregon City Watershed Council (GOCWC) is
a non-regulatory, non-governmental group consisting of a
balance of watershed interests. As such, it seeks
information, makes recommendations, and provides advice
concerning the natural resources of the watershed and its
The organizations and interests represented on the Council
are not obligated to adopt or carry out the recommendations
proposed by the GOCWC, but are encouraged to give due
consideration to all advice. These organizations and
interests should report back to the Council on any actions
taken in response to the Council's recommendations.
The Council welcomes and will respond to requests for advice
on actions affecting the watershed.
Contact the council or find us on Facebook.
Council members will inform organizations about the works of
the Council and will bring their organization's
recommendations to the Council.
Here are some ways you can join
volunteers can assist with
brush clearing, plantings, setting drip lines,
and restoration site
Monthly Council Meetings
Community members are
welcome to attend the council meetings.
Become a Council Member.
The Greater Oregon City Watershed Council's
(GOCWC) geographic area includes Abernethy Creek, Beaver
Creek, Parrott Creek, Caulfield Creek, Newell Creek, Cahill
Creek, Potter Creek, Holcomb Creek and Thimble Creek.
here to view a boundary
Rita Baker, Coordinator
PO Box 927
Oregon City, OR 97045
(503) 482-5088/call first
Chair: Doug Neeley
Vice-Chair: Nathan Dasler
Treasurer: Alison Heimowitz
Secretary: Sarah Miller
Member-at-large: Robert Austin
Contributions to The Greater Oregon City Watershed Council are welcome
All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Our tax identification number is 27-2507688.
updated January 30, 2015 by