SALEM, Oregon — The Oregon State Parks and Recreation Commission will convene Sep. 14-15 via conference call. On Sep. 14, commissioners will attend a virtual work training session from 9 – 11 a.m. On Sep. 15, commissioners will convene an executive session at 8:30 a.m. to discuss real estate and legal issues. Executive sessions are closed to the public. A business meeting will begin at 9:30 a.m. and will be open to the public. Anyone may listen to the business meeting or work training; instructions on how to attend will be posted on the commission web page prior to the meeting. The business meeting includes time for informal public comment related to any items not on the agenda. Registration is required to speak at the meeting, and is available online at Time per speaker is limited to three minutes. Please submit written public comments by 5 p.m. Sep. 10 to The full agenda and supporting documents are posted on the commission web page. Notable requests: Approve transferring ownership of Cascadia State Park to Linn County, which has been operating the park since March 2019. Approve constructing a new water reservoir tank at Detroit Lake State Park to replace the one damaged in the 2020 Santiam Canyon wildfires. Begin the public process of amending the Oregon Administrative Rules to implement the following 2021 legislative directives: Senate Bill 289 prohibits individuals convicted of a bias crime on public property from entering state parks for up to five years.  Senate Bill 794 requires a 25% surcharge on RV sites for out-of-state residents. Approve receipt of a $216,000 Land and Water Conservation Fund grant for the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department to produce the 2024-2028 Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) that compiles visitation trends and other data used by recreation providers. Anyone needing special accommodations to join the meeting should contact Denise Warburton, commission assistant, at least three days in advance: or 503-986-0719. People who plan to present oral testimony are asked to email a copy of their statement to Warburton in advance. The Oregon State Parks and Recreation Commission promotes outdoor recreation and heritage by establishing policies, adopting rules and setting the budget for the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The seven members are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Oregon Senate. They serve four-year terms and meet several times a year at locations across the state.