Draft Mid-Coast Water Action Plan

The Draft Mid-Coast Water Action Plan can be viewed and or downloaded as a .pdf by clicking on the image.


You may also access individual sections below.

Cover Page

Table of Contents

List of Tables and List of Figures


Executive Summary


The Mid-Coast Water Planning Partnership

Mission, Vision and Goals of the Partnership

History and Drivers of the Planning Process

Planning Area

Guiding Principles

How this plan intersects with other regional planning efforts

Perceptions and Values of Mid-Coast Regional Stakeholders

Environment, Natural Resources, and Economy of Oregon's Mid-Coast

General Overview

Understanding Water Resources Quantity, Quality, and Ecological Issues

Water Uses and Needs in the Mid-Coast

Climate Vulnerability in the Mid-Coast

Action Plan

Action Plan Development

Overview of Strategic Action Imperatives

Action Oriented Imperatives

Performance Metrics and Implementing the Water Action Plan

Anatomy of the Mid-Coast Water Action Plan Implementation Table

Implementation Table (includes all 8 imperatives)

Imperative 1. Public Awareness and Support

Imperative 2. Regional Capacity and Collaboration

Imperative 3. Monitoring and Data Sharing

Imperative 4. Water Conservation, Efficiency, and Reuse

Imperative 5. Resilient Water Infrastructure

Imperative 6. Source Water Protection

Imperative 7. Planning for Water Supply Development Needs

Imperative 8. Ecosystem Protection and Enhancement

Literature Cited


Appendix A. Definitions

Appendix B. Mid-Coast Water Planning Partnership Step 2 Reports

Appendix C. Individuals that Participated in Planning Steps 2-4

Appendix D. Oregon Explorer Report Hyperlinks and Spatial Data Gaps

Appendix E. Crosswalk of the Mid-Coast Water Planning Partnership Plan Actions with Other Important Regional Conservation Initiatives

Appendix F. Water Providers by Population Served and Connections

Appendix G. Issues Identified During Collaborative Planning But Not Carried Forward

Appendix H. Oregon's Mid-Coast Estuaries

Appendix I. ODFW Comments Regarding the Draft Action Plan and Instream Demand

* Please note that this plan will be considered draft until it has made it through the Place-Based Planning state recognition process (60-day process). The Partnership's eligible Charter Signatories are currently reviewing this draft plan and will be working to reach consensus on submitting the plan for state recognition over the next month. (Posted 11/19/21)


Draft Water Action Plan