Vizzini, Dan

Author Description

Dan Vizzini is a principal financial analyst for the Portland Bureau of Environmental Services, with primary assignments involving financial, legislative, intergovernmental, interagency, and public policy matters. He was the Bureau’s project manager for the Stormwater Marketplace Project, and continues to serve as the Bureau’s liaison to the Willamette Partnership ecosystem credit trading initiative, and the Portland Small Business Advisory Council. Dan also serves as a technical advisor to the Portland Sustainability Institute EcoDistricts Initiative. Current projects include an investigation into policies governing decentralized, natural wastewater treatment systems. In addition to a career in public service, Dan has served on the City Council for the City of Lake Oswego, Oregon, and served for nearly ten years on the Lake Oswego Planning Commission. Dan was born and raised in New Jersey. He earned a BA in Economics from Boston University in 1976, and moved to Oregon with his wife in 1979.

Authored Reports

Portland's Stormwater Marketplace,Municipal Stormwater Management: The New Normal - Stormwater Management & Watershed Restoration in Portland, Oregon