News from OneGorge

OneGorge Key Initiatives List, as of March 4, 2015

By |March 5th, 2015|

Through coordinated efforts, we support state and federal legislative change and funding of key projects to advance the economic development priorities of regional organizations, tribal nations, businesses, cities, counties and ports.

OneGorge is ready to provide advocacy support on the following key initiatives:

Transportation – Replace the Hood River Bridge, repair and upgrade the Bridge of the […]

We are GO for Launch!

By |March 4th, 2015|

Welcome to the OneGorge website. OneGorge was founded on a vision to support and facilitate focused advocacy for regional issues. That sort of collaboration needs a home base, and here it is!

We hope that you will find the information, fact sheets, forums, interactive polls, and event calendar helpful in informing and amplifying your voice to […]

The Columbia Gorge: Overview

By |February 28th, 2015|

The Place That Has It All

Apples. Pears. Cherries. Wine. Beer. Timber.
Add in high-tech manufacturing, world-class recreation and renowned tourism
and you’ve found yourself in the Columbia River Gorge regional community.
Welcome to a place that embraces the legacy of a remarkable past while
creating the bedrock of a brilliant future.

Our Story, Then & Now

The Gorge’s rolling geography, […]

Why the Community Needs a Bingen Point Overpass

By |February 28th, 2015|

Safety & Economic Development
Community and business leaders have voiced their concerns over the safety of the access roads that lead to Bingen Point. For many, the issue extends beyond safety and into questions regarding how the absence of safe access routes could impede much-needed economic development in the community. Nearly two-thirds of the industrial land available at […]

The Columbia Gorge Economy

By |February 28th, 2015|

A Distinctive Place with a Bright and Prosperous Future
This incredibly diverse region along the magnicent Columbia River is home to more than 85,000 people. Located just east of Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington, it stretches for over 100 miles. Unlike other rural economies within driving distance to major metropolitan areas, the Columbia Gorge is experiencing unprecedented and continued economic growth.

Columbia River Gorge Bridges

By |February 4th, 2015|

Safe, cross-river connection of people to ports and places
Thousands of commuters. Millions of tourists. Tens of millions of goods
and services. Hood River and Klickitat counties. What’s the connection
between all of these? Why, bridges, of course. Without these man-made
structures, there would be far less commerce, access and enjoyment of
our incredibly beautiful and diverse region.
Keeping […]

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