Submit Comments on the Draft Integrated Feasibility Study and Environmental Assessment

When the Public Comment period is open, public comments must be submitted in writing by email or postal service mail.

Send email comments to:
Newport_107@usace.army.mil
Please add “Newport 107 Draft EA” in the subject line of the email.

 

Send postal service comments to:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Attn: CENWP-PME-E / Willamette EIS
P.O. Box 2946
Portland, OR 97208-2946
Please add “Newport 107 Draft EA” in the subject line of submitted letters.

The Corps will consider all comments received during the comment period and will respond to comments in the Final Integrated Feasibility Study and Environmental Assessment. If applicable, the Final Integrated Feasibility Study and Environmental Assessment will reflect changes to the Draft based on public comments and/or information made available since publication of the Draft. All public comments will be included in the Corps’ administrative record.

Our Mission

The dedicated people of the Portland District provide vital public engineering services to the Pacific Northwest and the Nation during peace and war to strengthen our security, promote a strong economy, and enhance environmental sustainability. We will accomplish this by our commitment to the Army and the Nation by:

  • Improving and maintaining navigation for economic development and safety
  • Preventing and reducing flood damage
  • Restoring, enhancing and maintaining ecosystems
  • Generating reliable and efficient hydropower
  • Regulating activities in wetlands and waterways
  • Supporting combat, stability and disaster operations through forward deployed and reach-back capabilities
  • Providing Corps-wide expertise in hydroelectric planning and engineering
  • Providing safe and healthful recreational opportunities for the public

About the Portland District

Depiction of the skyline of downtown Portland, Ore.

The Portland District was established in 1871 and has one of the nation's most comprehensive and diversified civil works programs.

Covering most of Oregon and southwestern Washington, the District operates locks and dams along the Columbia River, operates dams in the Willamette Valley for flood risk management, maintains Oregon's coastal rivers for navigation and leads the Nation in hydropower generation, all while ensuring equal attention to environmental protection and restoration, fish and wildlife enhancement and recreation.

The Portland District is proud to host three Centers of Expertise: Hydroelectric Design Center, Roller Compacted Concrete, and Welding and Metallurgy.