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.
Your local mental health programs in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties have joined together to create a one-stop gateway where community members can learn about and register for free mental health first aid trainings.
Local veterans talk about what the POW/MIA flag means to them, to the country, and to the families of those missing or unaccounted for.
Our county features some of the most beautiful rivers and streams in the region. As the summer recreation season approaches, stay safe on our waterways while helping to keep them clean and healthy for the next generation.
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