Willamette Falls

Rediscover

the Falls

Events & Tours

Join us for an upcoming event or site tour.

Pints from the Past Encore

Due to overwhelming interest in the Pints from the Past community event featuring the Willamette Falls Legacy Project’s cultural landscape report, an encore will be held soon – more details to come!

Date: January 10, 2017

Location: Lake Theater & Cafe in Lake Oswego.

Time: Doors open at 6 p.m. and the presentation is from 7-8 p.m.

All are welcome, admission is free, no tickets required!

Weekday Tours

The Willamette Falls Legacy project is able to offer weekday tours for community organizations of up to 15 people.

Please contact info@rediscoverthefalls.com to inquire.

Public tours are offered a few times a year – join our email list to make sure you are notified when registration opens!

Community Conversations

Does your organization want to be part of the conversation? Representatives from the Willamette Falls Legacy Project will come to your organization’s meeting to make a presentation about the project and listen to your input.  During the Vision and Master Plan phase in 2013 and 2014,  more than 60 organizations held community conversations about the project.  The dialogue will continue as we move into Riverwalk design!

Please contact info@rediscoverthefalls.com to inquire.

Previous Events

Riverwalk Design Alternatives Presentation and Workshop

Thursday, Nov. 17th

Missed it? Take the survey online.

Riverwalk Open House: March 30th, 3 to 8PM at the Abernethy Center (606 15th Street in Oregon City)

Brightlights: A Conversation with  Mayer/Reed, Snøhetta, and DIALOG – September 9, 2015
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Riverwalk Design

The first step in the Willamette Falls Legacy Project is beginning to take shape. Design and planning of the riverwalk is underway.

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Revitalizing Urban Waterfronts

There are many examples of beautiful and compelling riverfront redevelopments that include collaborative public/private partnerships, unique features and innovative ways to incorporate the sites’ vibrant histories. Many of these projects have similarities to ours.

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Four Core Values

Four core values, identified by the project partners early in the process, guide redevelopment of the Willamette Falls site.

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Revitalizing Urban Waterfronts

There are many examples of beautiful and compelling riverfront redevelopments that include collaborative public/private partnerships, unique features and innovative ways to incorporate the sites’ vibrant histories. Many of these projects have similarities to ours.

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River access options in the north riverfront

Results from the riverwalk community event – learn about design options for the north riverfront on the Willamette Falls Legacy Project site.

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