Annually the region prioritizes regionally significant infrastructure projects. Prioritization is designed to: inventory and prioritize economic development needs and regional issues; develop regional consensus on high priorities; and develop a tool to promote high priority projects or issues to state and federal funders. Priorities were updated March 2018.
Access the pdf that includes project descriptions here.
Washington Top Ten
|1||White Salmon Slow Sand Filter Water System|
|2||Stevenson Wastewater System|
|3||Dallesport Industrial Park Improvements|
|4||Cascades Business Park (North Bonneville)|
|5||Bingen Point Industrial Park Projects|
|6||Goldendale Energy Storage (John Day Pool Pumped Storage)|
|7||Stevenson Shoreline Restoration and Enhancement|
|8||Columbia Gorge Regional Airport|
|9||Goldendale Municipal Airport Enhancements|
|10||Skamania PUD Upgrades|
Oregon Top Ten
|2||Biggs Water System|
|3||Deschutes Rim Medical Clinic Expansion
|4||Mosier Well Repair|
|5||Bridge of the Gods|
|6||Confluence Business Park (Hood River)|
|7||Dog River Pipeline Upgrade|
|8||Parkdale and Odell Treatment of Biolsolids/Sludge|
|9||Mosier Fire Hall/City Hall|
|10||South Sherman Fire and Rescue Fire Hall|
Alignment with Strategy with preference given to projects which will measurably move the needle on one or more of the top five strategy goals.
Regional Impact with preference given to projects impacting multiple jurisdictions.
Potential availability of funding sources with preference given to projects with a commitment of local resources and an identified funding strategy.
Status of Projects