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Closures

In an effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect the community, Clackamas County is closing the following facilities and canceling the below programs and events.

County Departments and Divisions

All of our departments and divisions are open and serving the public virtually unless noted below.

state courts remain open, operating as normal

open virtually, Mental Health Walk-In Center closed

non emergency: 503-742-5335
24-7 crisis and support line: 503-655-8585

open as normal

Law enforcement remains operating.

 

Public front-desk services

closed

503-785-5000
Business Line

503-655-8211
Non-Emergency Line

Alarm Permits

closed

503-794-8059

closed
Operating virtually Mon-Thurs, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.;
Fri 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
After hours, contact Clackamas Women’s Services (503-654-2288)

503-655-8600

open

503-655-8351

Community Services Work Crews

closed

 

All in-person CHL appointments have been suspended.

503-794-8059
chl@clackamas.us

in operation, with restricted public-facing services

503-722-6777

open, with limited services

503-655-8603

open

503-785-5000

open

503-557-5840

Open, with modified service

503-785-5200

closed

 

Classes and Meetings

April 7

  • Pedestrian and Bikeway Advisory Committee (PBAC)

April 10

  •  NCPRD-Milwaukie Center Community Advisory Board

April 15

  • Molalla CPO

April 16

  • Concord Public Meeting

April 17

  • Green Cleaner Presentation at Estacada Library
  • Gladstone Public Meeting
April 18
  • Sandy Repair Fair
April 21
  • Suicide Prevention Coalition
April 25
  • Gladstone Arbor Day

May 1–2

  • Spring Garden Fair - postponed to 5/30-31

A Safe Place Family Justice Center

A Safe Place Family Justice Center is closed to the public for the time being.

Canby Ferry

The ferry is scheduled to reopen on April 20.

Child Abuse & Family Violence Summit

Due to the Nation's novel-coronavirus state of emergency and the Oregon and Washington Governor's just-announced ban on large gatherings, we will be canceling the 21st Annual Child Abuse and Family Violence Summit.

We are currently working with local health authorities, the event venue, and our speakers to discuss options towards rescheduling for a later date or simply resuming the conference in April 2021. As we learn more in the coming days and weeks, we will provide detailed information about future plans for holding the Summit, refunds, and any other concerns. Please direct questions on these matters to Conference Coordinator Julie Bitz at jbitz@clackamas.us.We sincerely value your continued support of this important training, and we appreciate your patience as we work through these unforeseen challenges.

Take care and be safe.

Craig Roberts
Clackamas County Sheriff

Circuit Court and Jury Duty

Most public service counters have been shut down, and have limited staff onsite to answer telephone calls. The preferred way to contact the court is by email at cla.court.info@ojd.state.or.us.

Clackamas County Justice Court

The Justice Court Lobby is temporarily closed. Please contact the court for assistance Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

We will be resetting violation trials now set from March 18 to April 3 to new dates in May. We will advise the individuals affected by the change of trial dates along with the sergeants of the respective police agencies.

Clackamas Women's Services

Closed until further notice.

County Parks

Clackamas County Parks is closing all County Parks — including boat ramps — until further notice.

Signage will be posted at all parks.

The following is a list of Clackamas County parks affected by the closure:

  • Barton Park
  • Billy Goat Island
  • Boones Ferry Marina  
  • Boring Station Park
  • Carver Boat Ramp
  • Eagle Fern Park
  • Feyrer Park
  • Hebb Park
  • Hoodland Park
  • Madrone Wall Park
  • Metzler Park
  • Knights Bridge Park
  • Stone Creek Golf Club
  • Wagonwheel Park
  • Wilhoit Springs Park

Barlow Wayside Park walking trails will remain open. Restroom closed.

Libraries

All Clackamas County libraries are currently closed.

  • 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 reopens.
  • We encourage patrons to use the variety of online resources your libraries have available including eBooks and eAudiobooks.
  • If you don't have a library card, you can now register for one online.
  • Please check our Library Closures and Updates page for more information about services at your library. 

North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District

NCPRD is closing all of its facilities, including public parks until further notice. Reopen dates will be publicized once determined.

Closure applies to all playgrounds, restrooms, dog park, outdoor sport courts (tennis/basketball) and sport fields.

NCPRD parks, trails and natural areas remain open, except those specific areas noted above, at this time for walking, hiking, biking, running or other activities which do not involve close contact and where minimum 6 feet of social distancing can be achieved.

Signage will be posted at all parks.

Public Safety Training Center

Closed until further notice.

OSU Extension Services

OSU Extension county offices will be closed to the public. All Extension programming is being provided virtually, postponed or canceled. Call 503-655-8631 for more information.

Stone Creek Golf Course

Closed until further notice.

Warming Centers

Clackamas County supports a network of severe weather warming center providers for homeless persons on nights when the weather is predicted to be 33 degrees or lower (including wind chill) or when other conditions (snow, wind, flooding or other weather conditions) make sleeping outdoors especially dangerous.

Contacts
Department Staff
Tim Heider
Coronavirus PIO
971-219-7271
Dylan Blaylock
Acting PIO for all other media issues
503-278-6841

Office Hours:

Clackamas County Call Center
503-655-8224

Regional Information
2-1-1

Clackamas County Crisis Line
503-655-8585

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK