North Umpqua River
The 194-megawatt (mw) North Umpqua Hydroelectric Project (FERC No. 1927) is located in south central Oregon in a remote area of Douglas County, about 60 miles east of Roseburg. With the exception of some transmission facilities, the North Umpqua Hydroelectric Project is located entirely within the Umpqua National Forest. Several state and federal resource agencies, some with overlapping mandates, are involved in resource management in the project vicinity.
- Lemolo No. 1 & 2
- Clearwater No. 1 & 2
- Fish Creek
- Slide Creek
- Soda Springs
North Umpqua Settlement Agreement
Click any of the links below for information regarding the North Umpqua Settlement Agreement. The Settlement Agreement was signed by Oregon state and federal resource agencies and PacifiCorp on June 13, 2001.
North Umpqua Settlement Agreement Summary
Provides an easy summary of the Settlement Agreement including early action projects, additional PM&E's, and next steps in the relicensing process.
Settlement Agreement Amendment No. 1
(November 1, 2002)
Settlement Agreement Amendment No. 2
(July 5, 2005)
12-06-2002 Press Release - SA Amendment
Parties to the North Umpqua Hydroelectric Project Settlement Agreement announce they have approved an amendment.
Resource Coordination Committee
The Resource Coordination Committee (RCC) is comprised of representatives of state and federal agencies and PacifiCorp. The RCC meets on a regular basis to collaboratively implement measures defined in the Settlement Agreement and integrate these activities with ongoing operation of the North Umpqua Hydroelectric Project.
Technical working groups (TWGs) are subgroups of the RCC. Meetings are technical working sessions and are not open to the public.
(503) 813-5252 [Portland area]
(855) 499-5252 [Toll Free]
Conference ID: 2992027
- 2014 Final Meeting Summaries
- 2013 Final Meeting Summaries
- 2012 Final Meeting Summaries
- 2011 Final Meeting Summaries
- 2010 Final Meeting Summaries
- 2009 Final Meeting Summaries
Annual Reports are filed with the Federal Regulatory Energy Commission. They describe the activities of the Resource Coordination Committee and implementation of the Protection, Mitigation, and Enhancement Measures.
2014 RCC Public Site Tour - information will be provided at a later date.
- Management Plans
Aesthetics Management Plan (AMP)AMP ExhibitsErosion Control Plan (ECP)Recreation Resource Management Plan (RRMP)Transportation Management Plan (TMP)TMP ExhibitsTMP MapsVegetation Management Plan (VMP)
Historic Properties Management Plan (HPMP)Rolling 5-Year Historic Properties Action Plan (2014) - coming soon
SA 8.3 North Umpqua River Habitat Restoration/Creation Project