Corvallis, Natural Features Inventory, Water Related Resource Locator Map Series, 2004
The City of Corvallis, Oregon, through the Natural Features Project, gathered information about the location and condition of the natural resources and hazards within the Corvallis urban growth boundary. The project provides crucial information to the City, Benton County, property owners and the general public to make decisions about land use planning. In accordance with the Oregon State planning goals, the City will plan for a sufficient supply of buildable lands while conserving natural features and protecting people and property from natural hazards. The City contracted Ecotrust to map the upland and water resources of its urban growth boundary—an area of 17,650 acres or approximately 28 square miles—including wetlands, streams and riparian areas, wildlife habitat, and tree groves.
Map by: Analisa Noel Gunnell
Created: January 27, 2004