Donut Hole Project
The Donut Hole (soon to be renamed) is a 225-acre area within the City of Bandon’s Urban Growth Boundary. The area is of concern to the City of Bandon due to the high fire risk that the infestation of gorse presents. The GAG wants to work with the 185 landowners to remove the gorse infestation and reduce the safety risk it poses. If you are a landowner that would like to know more about this effort or would like to get involved, please contact Hedley Prince, a landowner within the Donut Hole, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (541) 900-2725 (email is preferred). Browse the documents and pictures below for more information on challenges to managing gorse in the Bandon Donut Hole and the historical context of gorse and fire safety concerns.
- Consultation Memo for the Donut Hole
- Bandon, OR Fire 1936
- Bandon Donut Hole Map (aerial overview)
- Bandon Donut Parcels (aerial overview)
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