| HINooN Request for Resident’s Preference|
Your vote needed by Tuesday, October 19th at Noon Interstate Bridge Replacement Community Working Group
Hayden Island Neighborhood SURVEY
On September 27, 2021 the Interstate Replacement Bridge Working Committee asked the Hayden Island
representative to go back to the community and ask which of 3 interchange options they would prefer for
Hayden Island. We have prepared a short google survey. The link to the survey is attached to the bottom
of this memo.
The survey question asks which of the following Interstate Interchanges you would prefer and feel free
to write your questions and concerns in the comment section. We have asked for your email address on
the survey in order to get back in touch with you.
Here are the choices:
1. No Interchange
2. Full Interchange
3. Half Interchange
We realize that there is a lack of available information at this time. However, we ask for your patience
and understanding and do your best to answer the question. We will be requesting traffic studies to
point out congestion pinch points for the various options for the Marine drive interchanges and local
Hayden Island streets.
All three options include at least one local access bridge to and from Hayden Island connecting to either
Marine Drive, Expo Rd. or the Vancouver Way area. The Interstate Replacement Bridge Project
Committee has not clearly indicated the number of Freeway lanes.
If you are looking for even more information, the 2017 Washington State Report found at the
following link has more information on the bridge and the various possible scenarios:
Columbia River I-5 Bridge Planning Inventory Report (wa.gov).
Please Pick from one of these three choices:
A1. Local Access option
The following information shows potential options for Local Access All access would be provided by Marine drive ramps to and from Hayden Island. If you want to go to Hayden Island you would have to go VIA Marine Drive and across the local access bridge to get to Hayden Island.
A2. Full Interchange Option All access to Hayden Island would be via North and South Interchanges located on Hayden Island. Local access connections to Expo Rd. and Vancouver Way will also be included. Traffic circulation would be on Hayden Island North and Jantzen Drive South.
A3. Half Interchange options This option would provide ramps to(North) and from (South) Vancouver, WA to Hayden Island only. Access to Portland would be via an access road across the North Harbor likely connecting to a proposed Marine Drive interchange (Yet to be determined). This option drastically reduces the footprint/land area and impact on Hayden according to the engineers.
Please click on the link to the survey below in yellow:
Interstate Replacement Bridge Project (google.com)
HINooN meets 2nd Thursday monthly at various locations on Hayden Island (check myhaydenisland.com for details)- 7 PM
HINooN is a part of: City of Portland Office of Neighborhood Involvement (ONI) North Portland Neighborhood Services 2209 N Schofield St Portland, Oregon 97217 503 823 4524 For More Information about HINooN, contact: HINooN.Hayden.Island@gmail.com
Recent News Plan to Strengthen the Portland Metro Levee System Approved For the last three years, we have been working with the US Army Corps of Engineers to complete a congressionally authorized feasibility study of the local flood safety infrastructure. The final study, which includes the Corps’ recommendations to make the system more reliable and resilient for the next fifty years and beyond, was recently approved by the Chief of Engineers, marking a major milestone in our efforts to secure federal funding for levee improvements. Next, the study will go through additional review to determine if it will go to Congress for authorization and funding. If approved, the recommended improvements will: Address points of weakness that could result in levee breaches or overtoppingReduce the risk of internal floodingBuild a levee next to the railroad embankment that breached in 1948 leading to the destruction of the City of Vanport and displacement of more than 18,500 people Click here to learn more about the study. Life Along the Columbia: Stories from Behind the Levee With the start of the rainy season comes an increased risk of flooding within the drainage districts. As MCDD staff prepare for the flood season, now is a good time to prepare yourself as well by making a plan, building a supply kit, and staying informed This Fall, we are building awareness around flood risk in the area by showcasing a collection of stories called Life Along the Columbia. These stories are told by a diverse group of individuals who live, work, or recreate within the levee system. From October 4th to November 22nd, you can follow a new story each week on our social media platforms to learn more about how these individuals relate to the floodplain, and reflect on your own relationship to the area. Interact with these posts on social media (see links below) and be entered to win a free emergency kit! This collection was recorded at the 2019 Columbia Slough Regatta, and was created in partnership with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Follow Multnomah County Drainage District! Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram (LRC) Get Involved Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan Survey As we work to be added to Multnomah County’s Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan update, we are seeking input from people who live, work, or own property within the levee protected area. Please complete this survey by October 31st to share your thoughts about natural hazards and potential ways to mitigate their impacts. The draft plan is anticipated to be available for public comment in January. Click here to learn more. Upcoming Events! Join us for these upcoming events in partnership with SOLVE to help clean-up areas important to ongoing flood safety along the Columbia River and the Slough. Schmeer Road Clean-up When: Thursday, October 14th from 10am to 1pm Meeting Location: 1501 N Schmeer Road Register Here 142nd Cross Levee Clean-up When: Thursday, October 21st from 10am to 1pm Meeting Location: West of the Javlin Logistics Building at 5545 NE 148th Ave, Suite B. Register Here From Our Partners Green Infrastructure Landowner Survey Our partners with the Columbia Slough Watershed Council, a local nonprofit working to protect and enhance the Columbia Slough, are looking to hear from local businesses and landowners as they work to better include commercial and industrial lands into their habitat restoration efforts, while helping preserve and enhance operations for businesses along the Slough. If you operate a business or own land in the area, please complete this short, anonymous survey to help the Council better understand how they can work with you to protect clean water and a healthy environment for those who work, live, and recreate in the watershed. Local businesses and landowners who complete this survey by December 1st, 2021 will be invited to enter into a random drawing for a chance to win one of two prizes! Take the survey here https://www.columbiaslough.org/blog/survey For interested businesses and landowners, the Council is also offering free site consultation to identify methods and cost share incentives to help enhance the Slough on your property! Find out more at the link above. Our Mission: To enhance community safety and support the region’s vitality by reducing flood risk, maintaining our levee system, managing drainage, and responding to emergencies. Peninsula Drainage District #1 | Peninsula Drainage District #2 Multnomah County Drainage District #1 | Sandy Drainage Improvement Company Copyright © 2019 Multnomah County Drainage District #1, all rights reserved.
On 10/26/21, Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods and North Portland Neighborhood
Services will host a public meeting to address the concerns about air toxics and health risk
from four North and Northeast Portland Industrial Facilities. These industrial sites are
currently in evaluation by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) through
the Cleaner Air Oregon Program. Clustered along the North edge of Portland, along the
Columbia River, the sites are located in three neighborhoods: Cully, Kenton, and St. Johns.
Cleaner Air Oregon is a DEQ program that regulates emissions from industrial and
commercial facilities based on health risks to surrounding communities. There are four
facilities in North and Northeast Portland in various stages of the Cleaner Air Oregon
permitting process. DEQ will present information about the Cleaner Air Oregon program,
provide details on each facility, and describe how community members can be involved.
DEQ staff will compare the 4 facilities and share reports on new air toxics and health risk
data, updated CAO time frames, and identify opportunities to engage in the process.
Owens Brockway: 9710 NE Glass Plant Rd, 97220
Hydro-Extrusions North America: 5325 NE Skyport Way, 97218
Ecolube Recovery: 11535 N Force Avenue, 97217
Columbia Steel Castings Corporation: 10425 N Bloss Ave, 97203
Local Air Quality advocacy groups will also offer opportunities to engage on air quality
issues specific to these sites and in the wider metropolitan area as well. NECN and NPNS
welcome the public to participate in this Land Use and Transportation meeting as well as
future meetings – these meetings address a wide range of issues that impact livability –
your input is valued! Live Q & A! All written submitted questions will be addressed during
or after the meeting.
All are welcome to attend this public Land Use and Transportation Meeting.
DATE: October 26, 2021
TIME: 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
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