Preparing for the Worst: Are we Ready?
Advancing Water-Centered Resiliency in Clackamas
Our nation is at a crossroads. Deteriorating infrastructure is impeding our ability to compete in the thriving global economy, and improvements are necessary to ensure our country is built for the future. While we have made some progress, reversing the trajectory after decades of underinvestment in our infrastructure requires transformative action from Congress, states, infrastructure owners, and the American people.
We learned how Clackamas County ranks, what its water leaders are doing to raise the grade through the lens of climate challenges, infrastructure investment and disaster preparedness, and how to get started on a business of continuity plan.
American Society of Civil Engineers,
Infrastructure Report Card Chair
Clackamas County Disaster Management, Director
Clackamas River Water, General Manager
Water Environment Services, Director