Office hours: Monday - Thursday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

                                                                      Closed to the public each Friday

City of Falls City 

299 Mill St.

Falls City, Oregon 97344



Community Watershed Forums                            

Todd Jarvis from the Institute for Water & Watersheds program of Oregon State University is hosting a series of community forums on storm drainage problems, local flooding and solutions.

This is an opportunity for residents to speak with each other about surface water issues and get advice from a professional who has spent time in Falls City evaluating our community. Learn how you can be part of the solution.

Students who have an interest in local water issues may also be in attendance. When you attend please thank Mr. Jarvis for donating his time to our community.


Next Meeting: To be determined.


Related Documents:

5th Community Watershed Forum

Hydrograph 2014-2015

Seismic Survey Extent 2015

Well True Image with Depths 2015

Stormwater summary January 2015

Stormwater Summary June 2014

Stormwater Summary, October 2013

Stormwater Summary, July 2013


Learn more about our water shed and what you can do to to help the enviroment. Follow the links below:

17 Water Conservation Tips and Tricks

How to Save Water

Do you have a high water table and poor drainage?

10 trees for wet landscapes

Do you live on a Stream... Do you know how to take care of it?

Polk Soil and Water Conservation District Brochure

What is Knot weed and Why be concerned about it?

Luckiamute Watershed Council Brochure

Low-water Native plant landscapes for Oregon

Watersense outdoor landscape photos and listings

Wildlife habitats with Pacific Northwest Native plants

Hansen's PNW Native plant database

A Naturally Beautiful Way to Filter Run-off

Oregon Rain Garden Guide

2015 Community Watershed Forum photos

Notes from the

July 2013 Meeting

Notes from the

October 2013 Meeting

Community members working

together on flooding issues 2013

Map of flooding issues on the south side of the river