HWY100, 7 miles West of Ainsworth State Park MP 15 - 18



Rock fall has Hwy 100 closed until further notice in both directions between Bridal Veil and Multnomah Falls, use alternate route.

Updated: 03/20/2017 3:05 pm

ORE224, Tong Road near Damascus MP 10 - 14



Closure with Detour
Trucks over 40 feet use WB detour at 211 to 26 to 212, EB detour use 212 to Amsigger to 224. Other vehicles use Tong to 232nd or 232nd to Tong.

GSI mobilized on Monday, March 6. Contractors spent their first week setting up the site and digging drainage trenches. Early work also includes removing the soil that failed but still remains on the slope. Stabilization of the slope and drainage improvements will continue through March and April. It is possible that once the highway is safe to open, the contractor may complete tasks along side the highway. Seven slides in 16 days forced closure of the highway at Tong Road. The closure is needed to protect the public from future slides and to allow the contractor to conduct emergency repairs on the 70-foot hillside. The closure could be in place for several weeks while the emergency fix is designed, a contractor is chosen and the repairs made. Local residents will continue to have access to their homes. Here are details of the closure, which began February 23rd: Westbound traffic will be directed onto Southeast 232nd Drive Eastbound traffic will be directed onto Southeast Tong Road. In addition, signs warn travelers of the closure and advise trucks to take OR 212 as an alternate route. ODOT is working with Clackamas County and the property owners to put the emergency repairs in place. Record rainfall has apparently weakened the hillside and contributed to the recent slides. Starting Feb. 5, debris slides have caused closure of the road at that spot seven times. ODOT hydrologists and engineers are working to devise the necessary emergency repairs.

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Updated: 03/19/2017 12:03 pm

Multnomah Co.



Weather Alert
Flood Warning

*NOAA Issue Date: 3/22/2017 01:37:00 PM Lower Columbia/lower Willamette/sw Washington bulletin ... The Flood Warning continues for the following river in Oregon and Washington ... Columbia river at Vancouver affecting Multnomah and Clark counties river forecasts are based on observed and forecast rainfall and temperatures, and they include current and planned reservoir releases. For the latest river stages and forecasts, visit weather. Gov/Portland. The next update for this location will be issued by 4 PM Thursday. The Flood Warning continues for the Columbia river at Vancouver. * At 1 pm Wednesday the stage was ... 16.7 feet. * Flood stage is 16.0 feet. * Forecast This river will remain above flood stage for at least the next few days. The river level will range from 16.5 to 17.3 feet through the weekend. * Impact Above 17 feet, expect flooding of some lowland access roads, parking areas, parks and trails along the Columbia in the Portland and Vancouver area, including sauvie Island and Vancouver Lake. Access to some house-boat communities may be affected. &&

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Harney Co.



Weather Alert
Flood Warning

*NOAA Issue Date: 3/20/2017 11:34:00 AM The National Weather Service in Boise has issued a * Flood warning for Rain and snowmelt in ... Northern Harney county in southeastern Oregon ... * Until 1130 AM PDT Thursday * at 1128 AM PDT, emergency management officials reported flooding in the Burns area along the silvies river. Flooding of Fields is occurring, and water has encroached on some roads and private properties. * The silvies river is expected to remain near its current level over the next few days Extensive flooding of Fields and low lying areas will continue. Some roads may also become impacted by flooding. * Some locations that will experience flooding include Burns, Hines, and Burns paiute reservation. Precautionary/preparedness actions... Turn around, don`t drown when encountering flooded roads. Most flood deaths occur in vehicles.

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