• Johnson Creek on a warm spring day. Photo by Bruce MacGregor.
  • The Johnson Creek Watershed includes urban, rural, and residential areas. Photo by Bruce MacGregor
  • Hundreds of volunteers plant trees and shrubs along the creek and tributaries every year. Photo by Bruce MacGregor
  • Coho, Chinook, and Steelhead all use Johnson Creek and have been verified upstream of Gresham
  • Johnson Creek often floods in the wintertime. Photo by John Hamil

Johnson Creek Watershed Restoration Project Census

Here you can quickly and easily view completed and underway restoration projects within the Johnson Creek Watershed. Zoom into project locations on a map, and click on each detail page to learn more and connect. Purple dots show projects entered by the Council and partners.

Johnson Creek flows through five cities and two counties where many non-profits, businesses, and government organizations are working to enhance habitat for fish and wildlife, improve water quality, and address urban flooding. Links to these restoration partners are listed to the right.

This site is linked closely to the Johnson Creek Watershed Council's 2015 to 2025 Action Plan, which describes our current priority projects.

View an online version of the Johnson Creek Watershed 2015-2025 Action Plan »

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Johnson Creek Watershed Statistics

  • Last Update: Thu. Mar. 31, 2016
  • Number of Projects: 137
  • Number of Project Sites: 293
  • Conservation Actions: 672

Johnson Creek Watershed
Council Partners

Johnson Creek Watershed Council Portal Contact

Katie Songer
Restoration Project Manager

Johnson Creek Watershed Council
Voice: (503) 652-7477
Fax: (503) 652-7188