For more than two decades, road maintenance funding sources have declined. Unlike our neighboring counties, Clackamas County has no local source of funding, while maintaining over 1,400 miles of road.
Clackamas County has been nationally recognized as "ideally positioned to achieve sustainable economic growth" while attracting modern investment and people. The firm behind the index proclaims that "Clackamas County boasts a quality of life that many counties of its size envy."
Adoption and licensing are a big part of what we do at Clackamas County Dog Services, but we provide many other resources for you and your furry friends.
Clean water, health care, roads, bridges, parks ... county services are the foundation of our livable communities. Watch how we keep our county moving.
Review the county's 2015 state and federal legislative priorities.
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Recent County Commission Actions
Q & A about the proposed Eagle Landing development.
Our long-term direction and prioritization of resources.
main photo courtesy of Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory