We will be open to the public Monday to Thursday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. starting June 22, 2020
Please contact us by email or mail. We will work to respond as quickly as we can, but we do ask for your patience as we focus on providing public service and keeping our community and staff safe.
Please leave a voicemail message, and your call will be returned within one business day.
|Business and Community Services
150 Beavercreek Road Room #419
Oregon City, OR 97045
COVID-19 Related Frequently Asked Questions
No, all Clackamas County libraries are closed until further notice.
- Please do not return library materials. Most libraries are not currently accepting returns, and due dates for materials have been extended.
- Your holds will stay on the shelf, and will be available for at least a week after your library re-opens.
- We encourage patrons to use the variety of online resources your libraries have available including eBooks and eAudiobooks.
We hope not, but don’t know for sure. Opsis Architects, the lead design consultant for the project, is running a virtual office and working on design alternatives for review by the task forces and the community. The county project management team is also working remotely and assessing options for conducting task force and community meetings online. If community engagement can be successful in a virtual format, the master plan for the project will be completed in September 2020 as originally scheduled. Find updates on the project website.69266
We hope not, but don’t know for sure. The anticipated construction start for the libraries, park and community center is still winter 2022. The construction schedule will be updated, if necessary, after the master planning process is complete.69266
NCPRD parks, trails and natural areas remain open to the public. Park visitors must follow social distancing rules and keep 6 feet from others.
However, in compliance with Oregon Governor Kate Brown’s Executive Order No. 20-12, the following NCPRD outdoor amenities are CLOSED to the public until further notice:
- Dog parks
- Tennis courts
- Basketball courts
- Sport fields
We are deep cleaning and sanitizing all surfaces in the Milwaukie Center and North Clackamas Aquatic Park while the facilities are closed.69266
Yes. In accordance with orders and advice from Governor Kate Brown, the Oregon Health Authority and Clackamas County, to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect the public health, the North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District (NCPRD) has closed all indoor facilities and canceled all programming and events until further notice.69266
Yes, the Aquatic Park is closed until further notice, and all areas of the park are undergoing deep cleaning.69266
Although the Milwaukie Center is closed until further notice, the Meals on Wheels program is continuing to operate as normal. Please call 503-653-8100 for anyone in need of contacting us directly.69266
We hope not, but don’t know for sure at this time. NCPRD staff continues to apply for grants and do essential work to bring the Milwaukie Bay Park Project to fruition. The project is on schedule for the design team to begin design and engineering drawings in summer 2020. If the schedule changes due to COVID-19 impacts, staff will provide updates to the community.69266
No, County Parks are closed to the public until further notice. Restrooms are locked, and no public services are offered during the closure. Staff will continue to perform critical facility maintenance (including turf), critical repair work, trash removal, collection and processing of existing fees, and surveillance activities.69266
The 2020 County Fair and Rodeo has been cancelled.69266
Yes, we can help you access resources. Our staff is working remotely and is available to businesses.
If your Clackamas County business has experienced economic injury from the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, please complete the Estimated Disaster Economic Injury Worksheet for Businesses and email it to 4Biz@clackamas.us. Forms will be collected and shared with state agencies.
The EIDL program provides low-interest working capital loans to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives and most private nonprofit organizations. Loans cannot be made to governmental entities, including Tribes.69266
The mission of the Business and Community Services Department is to provide and promote County Libraries, County Fair, Rural Parks, Forest Management, Stone Creek Golf Club, Property Management, and Business and Economic Development for economic, informational, educational, and recreational resources and programs for Clackamas County residents, visitors, and business partners so that Clackamas County continues to be a great place to live, learn, visit, work and play.
Providing exceptional parks and recreation programs, facilities and services.
Resources for older adults and their families – and a place for the community to gather, grow and contribute.
Dive into fun with Oregon’s largest wave pool, a toddler splash zone, diving and lap pools, waterslides, and a 29-foot rock wall.
Forests are a key to the quality of life in Clackamas County. County forest properties are open for most day-use activities.
Through educational activities, healthy competitions and youth events, we showcase all the best in agriculture and industry that Clackamas has to offer.
Providing services to the 13 member libraries within the Library District of Clackamas County
Operations and support of one Clackamas County Library branch, Oak Lodge, and 11 city libraries.