With the construction of the greatest irrigation diversion dam in Oregon, the Central Oregon Irrigation Company is preparing to water some 18,000 more acres of land. The cost of the North Canal dam and the 7,460 feet of concrete lined canal leading from the dam to the old Pilot Butte will be $150,000. Some $200,000 more will probably, within the next few years, be spent on the extension of the system by the building of laterals.
Backwater from the dam will reach as far up the river as the present power house of the Bend Water, Light & Power Co.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, THAT THE BEND COMPAMY. A CORPORATION DULY ORGANIZED AND INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF OREGON IS THE OWNER IN FEE SIMPLE OF THE LANDS SHOWN ON THE ADJOINING PLAT, BY RESOLUTION OF ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS, CAUSED SAID LANDS TO BE SURVEYED AND PLATTED INTO STREETS, ALLEY’S. BLOCKS AND LOTS AS SHOWN ON THE ADJOINING PLAT; AND DO HEREBY SUBMIT FOR APPROVAL AND RECORD SAID PLAT AND DO HEREBY DEDICATE TO THE USE OF THE PUBLIC FOREVER ALL STREETS AND ALLEYS AS SHOWN ON SAID PLAT, AND DO HEREBY DECLARE SAID PLAT TD BE A PLAT OF BOULEVARD ADDITION TO BEND, OREGON, AND HENCEFORTH TO BE SO KNOWN AND DESIGNATED.
DONE IN PURSUANCE To RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF JUNE 10, 1912.
THE BEND COMPANY
BY J. P. Keyes, Secretary and Clyde McKay, Vice-president
Document: Boulevard Plat (PDF)