The Sauvie Island Community Association welcomes you

Become a SICA Sponsor

Sponsorship annual renewals are due April 1 of each year

The Sauvie Island Community Association is run by volunteers and funded by sponsorships and donations.

SICA sponsors have great exposure to all those who visit the island website (over 80,000 unique visitors in 2017). Sponsors help us maintain the Sauvie Island website and contribute to programs, events, and our community enewsletter Newslinks. For more information, click here.


Important! Summer Traffic Notice

Construction has begun on Sturgeon Lake Restoration Project!

Construction work has started this week on NW Reeder Road on Sauvie Island at Dairy Creek to build a by-pass road, remove two failing culverts in Dairy Creek and construct a permanent bridge. Beginning the week of July 9, the work will delay traffic through the construction area, and will be particularly felt during peak traffic times on summer weekends as visitors head to Sauvie Island beaches, due to the use of a temporary, paved bypass road around the bridge construction site. This is a major phase of the project that will last through the busy Labor Day weekend. Construction, which will also include deepening and clearing out the Dairy Creek channel, is expected to be completed in the fall.  

For road information, visit www.multco.us/roads or follow the County on Twitter @MultCoRoads. 

Construction Project information online at www.wmswcd.org/sturgeonlake and questions can be sent to  sturgeonlake@wmswcd.org,


This website is provided by the Sauvie Island Community Association to help visitors and residents alike find the information they need. Follow these links for important information if you plan to visit:

Visitors

Sauvie Island, originally Wapato Island, is approximately 10 miles north of Portland, Oregon. It is the largest island in the Columbia River and one of the largest islands in the U.S. Located at the junction of the Columbia River to the east, Willamette River to the south and Multnomah Channel to the west, the island’s northern half is a wildlife refuge and the southern half is predominantly rural farmland with small residential enclaves. Access to the island is by the Sauvie Island Bridge on Highway 30.

Sauvie Island Residents

You don’t have to be a community association member to attend meetings or events, but if you are, you’ll get to vote on board members.

Want to be a member? Just send an email to communityassociation@sauvieisland.org with your name and the address of your property or business on the island or Multnomah Channel houseboat.

The Sauvie Island Community Association is recognized by Multnomah County as an official neighborhood association and as such, serves as the representative of the Sauvie island community to the county.