Oregon Coastal Zone Management Program
The Oregon Coastal Management Program, approved by NOAA in 1977, consists of a network of agencies with authority in the coastal zone. The Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development serves as the lead agency. The primary authority for the coastal management program is the Oregon Land Use Planning Act and the 19 statewide planning goals. The Oregon coastal zone includes the state’s coastal watersheds and extends inland to the crest of the coast range, with a few minor exceptions.
Oregon Resilience PlanningThe Oregon Coastal Management Program (OCMP) has led an effort, in coordination with Oregon’s Department of Geology and Mineral Industries (DOGMI), to prepare coastal communities for a local Cascadia Subduction Zone tsunami. Using CZMA...