The Way to Quality

The CCWC aims to continue protecting and promoting water quality and wildlife habitat in the Claggett Creek Watershed and beyond. The council meets on the first Wednesday of every month at the Keizer Civic Center.


Who We Are

The mission of the Claggett Creek Watershed Council is to involve the local community in the stewardship of its watershed and attendant natural resources. This involvement is aimed at the development and implementation of a sustainable plan for enhancing and restoring watershed health while recognizing the need to balance a variety of environmental, social, and economic interests. The CCWC shall have five broad base goals to help guide its actions.

  • Develop a plan that coordinates data and information related to water quality, stream flow, wildlife, and wildlife habitat.
  • Encourage community involvement and participation whenever possible in issues of watershed health.
  • Serves as a forum for the coordination efforts of federal, state, and local impacts on the watershed.
  • Establish as educational component which serves to involve and inform the community about watershed issues.
  • Develop, evaluate, and implement strategies, plans and projects that serve to protect, restore, and enhance the natural resources of the watershed.


Our Work