“I’m pleased that this grant funding is making its way to our state so we can monitor the quality of our waters, promote safety, and support this special Oregon tradition.” U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley
Refuse and recycling workers continue to support the health and well-being of communities across Oregon.
“We’re receiving about double our normal supplies these days – we saw about two million pounds of food donations come through last week,” says Steven Castro, who receives and logs donations at the Oregon Food Bank. “But these supplies go right out the door just as soon as they come in.”
Oregon DEQ will continue to oppose federal rollbacks of environmental regulations.
Great news! The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is reopening many of its vehicle inspection stations this week. Today, the Medford-Ashland station will begin offering inspection services; while the Clackamas, Sherwood and Hillsboro/Sunset stations will reopen tomorrow, June 16; and the Scappoose station will reopen on Friday, June 19. The agency asks the public forContinue reading “Patience requested as vehicle inspection stations reopen in Medford and some Portland-Metro area locations”
Learn how DEQ helped the Center for Hope & Safety with its HOPE Plaza project in Salem.
DEQ communications staff supported the state’s COVID-19 response for several months.
With a hot, dry summer forecast ahead of us, wildfire season has already begun in many counties across Oregon.