An estimated FEMA Review Time Frame was presented at the Open House hosted by the City of Hillsboro last February. The first task on the time frame was
The City of Hillsboro listened and heard the concerns voiced by Friends of Glencoe Swale about adverse affects caused by the 2016 Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM).
I believe our “Neighbor-to-Neighbor approach for “Paying attention to our watershed” has a lot of merit. The City of Hillsboro heard our concerns about adverse
Headwaters to NE Roghan Street It’s been a while since Glencoe Swale was photo-chronicled. The colored stars on the map mark the areas that were visited
Friends of Glencoe Swale met on June 7th. Team member sharing: Accuracy of the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) specific to Glencoe Swale watershed: Our amateur
Friends of Glencoe Swale met on May 23rd. Team members reported findings that related to the objectives that were identified at the May 6th meeting:
Friends of Glencoe Swale met on May 6th. The focus of the meeting targeted problems created by the new floodplain map adopted by the City
Much like a freeway system for pedestrians, the master plan envisions the Crescent Park Greenway, a trail system that will eventually be mostly off-street trails