watershed

Multnomah Channel

Zone: Zone 4

Channel Length: Approximately 21-3/4 Miles. Over 70 miles of streams flow into the Multnomah Channel excluding Sauvie Island, and exluding streams that flow into Scappoose Bay.

The Multnomah County Goal 5 Inventory, January 1994, includes “Burlington Bottoms Wetlands”, “Multnomah Channel (reach outside Portland)”, “Un-named creek which flows into Rainbow Lake (reaches in R2W sections 12 & 13)”, “Un-named creeks with confluence south of Logie Trail Rd. (Class I reaches; in R2W sections 13 & 24 and R1W section 18)”, and “Un-named creek between Logie Trail and Cornelius Pass Roads (in R2W section 24 and R1W sections 18 & 19)” among the Protected Water Resource and Wetland Sites. The Multnomah County Goal 5 Inventory, January 1994, includes among Significant Water Resource and Wetland Sites “Three Un-named creeks with confluence on Wildwood Golf Course (Class I reaches in R2W sections 1, 2, 11, & 12)”. The Multnomah County Goal 5 Inventory, January 1994, Potentially Significant Water Resource and Wetland Sites includes “Burlington Bottoms watersheds”. The Multnomah County Goal 5 Inventory, January 1994, Potentially Significant Water Resource and Wetland Sites includes “Tributaries and watersheds to three un-named creeks on Wildwood Golf Course (upstream of Class I reaches in R2W sections 1, 2, 11, & 12)”, “Tributaries and watersheds to un-named creek which flows into Rainbow Lake (except 3C designated reaches)”, and “Tributaries and watersheds above three un-named creeks south of Logie Trail Rd. (except 3C designated reaches)”.