North Clackamas area sewage plant community values survey available online
An online survey has been designed to poll interested and impacted citizens on their preferences and values regarding needed sewage treatment upgrades and expansion in the North Clackamas area. More background is available here.
The Kellogg sewage plant located in Milwaukie provides wastewater treatment services for approximately 46,000 residents in the communities of Happy Valley, Johnson City, Milwaukie and portions of the unincorporated North Clackamas area. The Kellogg facility cleans more than 8 million gallons of sewage per day.
The Kellogg sewage plant is over 30 years old and reaching capacity. New federal wastewater treatment regulations, along with projected growth in the North Clackamas service area require the development of a wastewater treatment strategic plan.
Interested citizens are encouraged to visit www.co.clackamas.or.us/wes/contact/citizenmin.htm#advisory to take the survey and learn more about this project. Surveys must be completed by midnight September 10.
To request hard copies of the survey e-mail Rob Hungerford or call him at 503-353-4576.