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Code Enforcement FAQ
If you have a code enforcement question, please check first if the answer is here.

Garbage and Recycling
What to do with garbage. Waste reduction and recycling resources for home, work and school.

What Can You Do?
There?s a lot you can do to make our community and our world a more sustainable place. We all make choices every day that affect water and air quality, energy use, health, biodiversity, climate, social networks and the economy. The good news is that every day there's more information and assistance to make your choices sustainable ones.

Transportation and Development
DTD is responsible for land use planning and permitting, building permits, development review, code enforcement, solid waste and sustainability, road and bridge construction and maintenance, surveying, plat approvals, public land corner restoration, urban renewal and dog services.

Tips for Reducing your Carbon Footprint
Simple tips for being more sustainable.

fall2012goingbeyondgreen.pdf
Sustainability newsletter

Spring 2012 Going Beyond Green
Going Beyond Green Newsletter

Garbage
Find out which company provides your garbage and recycling service, links to the Solid Waste Code and service standards.

Inclement Weather Policy
Garbage, recycling and yard debris collection may be postponed during inclement weather

Multifamily Community Recycling
If you live in an apartment, condominium, or trailer court you should have the opportunity to recycle on the property. This is not simply a good idea, it is the law. The Oregon Recycling Act, ORS 459a, requires multifamily complexes throughout the County to provide

Garbage and Recycling Transfer Stations
How to dispose of large items that won't fit in your garbage container

Waste prevention at home
Tips everyone can use to limit the amount of garbage at home.

Green Schools
The Oregon Green Schools Program is a statewide program that recognizes schools for their waste reduction efforts.

Preparing Recyclables
Tips for correctly preparing your recyclables.

Trash & Recycling Enclosures
Enclosures must be large enough to house the necessary trash and recycling containers for commercial buildings and multifamily dwellings. Enclosures also must be sited to provide easy access for service vehicles. In design review, the key issues are safety, size (for efficiency of collection) and appearance.

End of School Year Recycling Guide
Reduce, reuse and recycle at the end of the school year.

WE COMPOST Program
This collaboration between Clackamas County, garbage companies, commercial composters and food related businesses offers a greener alternative that converts food scraps into valuable compost for home gardens and local agriculture.

Dump Stoppers
Tracking down and prosecuting illegal dumpers on public forest lands.

Gallery
Photos of illegal forestland dumpsites.

Where To Take Your Garbage And Recycling
Responsible disposal of all wastes is important. Keeping garbage out of Clackamas County Forestlands will insure protection of our natural resources and access to public and private forestlands.

What Can You Do To Help?
Helping Dump Stoppers is easy.

Dump Stoppers Partners
Partners and supporters donate in-kind services, share information and work side by side in the fight to stop illegal dumping.

Shooting Responsibly
Please promote responsible shooting.