National Association of Counties honors Clackamas County Programs
The National Association of Counties (NACo) every year recognizes county programs across the country that improve or enhance county government. This year, Clackamas County received 8 awards for 6 different programs.
County Parks and River Safety
Summer is half over, and there’s been positive changes in county parks! Watch a short video about the County Parks Ordinance and changes on the Clackamas River.
Be the ONE - An opportunity to learn Youth Mental Health First Aid
Everyday people, including our youth, face mental health crises. It only takes one person to make a difference in the life of someone who may be struggling.
Rough Roads
Our Rough Road of the Week is Sprague Road, north of Molalla. Though Clackamas County has more miles of paved roads than any other Oregon county, lack of local revenue and rising costs mean it’s no longer possible to maintain all 1,400 miles of roadway.
Clackamas County 2014–2015 Budget
The budget process is in full swing. Learn more about the county's budgeting process and provide valuable feedback.
BCC will hold Aug. 14 business meeting at the county fair
Come and see a business meeting live while you’re out and about at the fair!
Clackamas County Small grants program
For the 6th year County Commissioners will distribute $200,000 to small non-profits to “pay it forward” in the community. Go here to apply.
Clackamas County State of the County 2014
Clackamas County celebrates 2014 accomplishments.
County Commissioners announce Areas of Outreach
A pilot program to strengthen community outreach and identify local issues of concern.

In The News...

Clackamas County 2014-2015 Budget
County Commissioners have approved the 2014-15 Clackamas County budget. Learn more about the budget and view the budget presentations.
8/21Apply to serve on the Board of Property Tax Appeals
8/18Damascus Municipal Court will close; all cases transferred to Clackamas County Justice Court
8/12Be the ONE - An opportunity to learn Youth Mental Health First Aid
8/12Help seniors stay cool by donating fans to the Milwaukie Center
8/11Safety Street returns to Clackamas County Fair, Aug. 12-17
8/7Parks district gets the green light for Nov. ballot measure
7/24Health, Housing & Human Services employees collect more than 26,000 pounds of food for Oregon Food Bank
7/17Clackamas County Board of Commissioners to hold Aug. 14 business meeting at Clackamas County Fair
7/14Clackamas County broadband project named 2014 Center for Digital Government survey winner
7/1A Safe Place to offer Video Court to the Public July 1
6/30Clackamas County opens 2014-15 Small Grants program
6/30“Hit Mosquitoes Where They Live” campaign launches as mosquitoes swarm
6/26County, community work out plan to keep Oak Grove boat ramp open to public
6/26Clackamas County proposes program to respond to barking dog complaints, increased dog license fee; public invited to comment
6/26Clackamas County Commissioners formally adopt fiscal year 2014-15 budget totaling $824,873,946
6/19Summer food programs help economically disadvantaged kids in Clackamas County
6/16Barlow Road to close June 30-September 1 for road improvements
6/11Clackamas County issues statement on lawsuit opposing Oregon City franchise fee
5/27Clackamas County Water Environment Services names J. Michael Read as interim director
5/21Clackamas County seeking photos, materials from 1964 flood
5/13Clackamas County presents the 2014 Community Impact Awards
5/12Barbara Cartmill appointed as director of Clackamas County Department of Transportation and Development
5/1County video details satisfaction with results of 2013 ordinance restricting alcohol use in parks
4/23Clackamas County releases independent review of contracting practices at Water Environment Services
4/15Clackamas County on “right track” according to 2014 Community Survey

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