It’s official: No booze on Sauvie Island beaches this summer
The law means no booze from May through September.
Booze ban proposed to stem Sauvie Island’s drinking and driving problem
Too many drivers use the roads irresponsibly.
Mult Co summer paving projects includes popular road in Sauvie Island
Paving on Multnomah County rural roads A contractor has begun paving several rural roads in east and west parts of Multnomah County. When one lane is being paved, flaggers will alternate two-way traffic in the open lane. There will be a one-day close of SE Stark Street on Wednesday, June 14 between SE Kerslake Road … Read more
County strikes reference to “recreational bicycle activities” from Sauvie Island plan
Don’t let them divide us.
County’s draft Sauvie Island transportation plan would discourage “recreational bicycle activities” – UPDATED
Draft of County plan would discourage “recreational bicycle activities” on Sauvie Island.
Photo Gallery: Dogs and humans get wet and muddy at ‘Kruger’s Crossing’
There aren’t many outdoor activities that embrace wet, cold, and muddy weather quite like cyclocross does.
Sauvie Island farm will offer free auto parking for island bike riders
Sauvie Island farm Bella Organic has started a program it says aims to reduce miles driven in the rural area northwest of Portland.
Bicycling, road safety will play big role in Sauvie Island transportation plan update
Cover of scoping report.– Download PDF – Multnomah County is updating two plans that govern Sauvie Island and not surprisingly, bicycling and road safety have played key roles in the initial conversations. After garnering public feedback last spring, the County has put together a ‘Scoping Report.’ That report (PDF) was a central piece of the … Read more
Man attacked with blow dart while cycling on Sauvie Island
“I felt a sharp pain… I slowed down and pulled off the road, and discovered that a five-inch metal dart was lodged in my back.”— DF A man was hit by a blow dart while riding on Sauvie Island, a popular cycling destination just 17 miles north of downtown Portland. The reader who shared their … Read more
County seeks input on Sauvie Island area transportation issues
Riding on Sauvie Island is sublime; but narrow roads without shoulders and heavy motor vehicle traffic can also make it challenging.(Photo © J. Maus/BikePortland)