Summary: Roy Creek, a tributary of the Nehalem River, has at least 2.5 miles of high quality spawning and rearing habitat for Coho and other salmonids.
This creek was blocked by a culvert crossing under Foss Road and the Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad, near the mouth. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has rated the replacement of the Roy Creek/Foss Road crossing as one of the highest priority restoration projects in Tillamook County.
Status: In progress
Partners: Tillamook County Public Works, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, Tillamook Estuaries Partnership, and the Port of Tillamook Bay.