Concord Property and Library Task Force
In March of 2018, North Clackamas Park and Recreation District took ownership of the Concord School property located at 3811 SE Concord Road as part of a Strategic Partnership with the North Clackamas School District
In order to assist staff and advise the Board of County Commissioners on the best future use(s) of the Concord School property, the Board approved the formation of Concord Property and Library Task Force. This task force will consist of 15 voting members, and 1 ex-officio, non-voting member.
Member duties will include, but not be limited to: assessing the feasibility of the Concord School property as a location for a library to serve the Oak Lodge library service area; assessing recreational and other needs of the surrounding community; assessing office space requirements for NCPRD administration; assessing existing building conditions at the Concord School property; working with consultants as necessary; assisting in the review of financial estimates and forecasts; making recommendations on the feasibility of using the Concord School property for specific purposes; advise on the creation of a master plan; and serve as community liaisons during any eventual construction.
Learn more about the Concord Property and Library Task Force!
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Application deadline is Aug. 13.
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