Provides mapping and appraisal of all properties in the county and collects and distributes property taxes
Behavioral Health offers a wide variety of mental health and addictions treatment services to children, youth, families and adults.
The five-member Board of County Commissioners serves as the governing body which directs the general administration of county government.
The Board of Property Tax Appeals is an independent board that hears and decides property-owner appeals of property taxes.
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We help make a safe and vibrant built environment by providing permitting, plan review and inspection services.
Oversees the cable companies operating in unincorporated county and operates Clackamas County government channel.
Provides 9-1-1 emergency and non-emergency call-taking services to the public.
Emergency: 9-1-1 (immediate threat to life and/or property)
Non-Emergency: 503-655-8211 (24/7)
Administration: 503-655-8370 (Business hours only)
The official keeper of all public records in the county and oversees and conducts county elections.
Enforces county and state codes and solid waste, planning and land use, state building, grading ordinances.
Supervision and other opportunities for offenders placed on parole or probation in the county.
Community Development strengthens and improves neighborhoods throughout Clackamas County through the use of federal grants.
The county offers many ways to become involved in Clackamas County government through the Community Involvement programs.
Works with the Board of County Commissioners to provide overall direction to county departments and programs.
Provides legal advice and representation on the county's behalf.
Circuit Court provides fair and accessible justice criminal and civil justice court for Oregon's 5th judicial district.
Fosters economic growth and community revitalization by implementing adopted urban renewal plans.
Development Engineering reviews and issues permits for driveways, road work in the right of way including utilities, site circulation work, and miscellaneous activities in the right of way.
We're here for you — to help your land use and building projects come to life, from concept to completion.
Identifies hazards; develops emergency and mitigation plans; coordinates response activities and trains incident personnel. EM also promotes emergency preparedness.
Represents the state and enforces all criminal laws in the county.
Report illegal dumping on federal, county, or industrial timber company lands.
Attracting new businesses and supporting existing businesses in the county.
Administers and conducts all Federal, State, County, City and Special District elections in Clackamas County.
Equity, diversity, and inclusion at Clackamas County are about creating and maintaining a welcoming and inclusive place for citizens and County employees to live, work, and feel safe.
An Oregon State University program — engages the people of Oregon with research-based knowledge and education that strengthen communities and economies, sustain natural resources, and promote healthy families and individuals.
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Manages county fiscal and debt information, as acquires goods and services through vendors. Facilities Management maintains county buildings and facilities.
Balances biological, economic, and social considerations in the management of county-owned forested properties while utilizing the resources to provide residents of the County with a variety of outdoor experiences.
Mapping, geographic data and land analysis.
Health Centers provide affordable primary care, prenatal, dental, and mental health services.
Primary care and dental phone: 503-655-8471
Mental and behavioral health: 503-655-8401
Health, Housing, and Human Services consists of seven different divisions, each dedicated to ensuring healthy families and strong communities.
Housing Authority provides affordable, safe, and sanitary housing opportunities for Clackamas County residents.
Provides human resource services and coordinates jobs/employment, benefits, risk, and safety and wellness programs.
The County Internal Auditor provides independent assurance, consulting, and investigative services to help protect the public's interest and improve the performance, accountability, and transparency of Clackamas County government.
Hears violations, including traffic citations, small claims and evictions issued in Clackamas County.
Striving to keep communities safe and hold youth offenders accountable through a variety of restorative services.
Provides services to the 13 member libraries within the Library District of Clackamas County
Formed with the purpose of acting as a fiscal agent in order to distribute property tax revenues raised by the District permanent rate to participating local governments.
Services to seniors in the North Clackamas Parks District, as well other recreation services including nutrition program, transportation services, social services and health services.
Swimming and recreation center in the North Clackamas Parks and Recreation district.
A voter-approved district in North Clackamas area that operates parks and recreation facilities within the district
For County Parks, visit www.clackamas.us/parks
Managed by the county and located throughout the county.
For North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District (NCPRD) visit ncprd.com
Performance Clackamas is a strategic plan and process modeled after a process known as Managing for Results.
Administers state, regional and local land use and zoning regulations in unincorporated areas. Reviews land use residential, multi-family, commercial and industrial development permits; long-range planning.
Property Disposition evaluates and disposes of foreclosed property to gain the highest possible return for the County.
County communications, community involvement and legislative affairs.
Clackamas County Public Health is committed to improving the quality of life and protecting the health and wellbeing of all residents.
Preserving and recording real property transactions
Prevention and intervention services including information and referral, counseling, mediation, education and training services to citizens.
We regulate the installation, repair, and maintenance of septic systems on homes and businesses not served by community sewer systems.
Preserves life, upholds the law, prevents crime, holds offenders accountable, and promotes safety in Clackamas County.
Social Services provides assistance to seniors, people with disabilities, veterans, and low-income residents of Clackamas County.
Responds to survey and property questions; maintains filed surveys, plats, road records; reviews, approves new land division plats; recovers, restores and protects Public Land Corners.
Programs and initiatives to promote waste prevention and efficient use of resources and energy in households, businesses and schools.
High quality, innovative, cost-effective technology for, citizens, county departments, and county commissioners.
Developing and administering a comprehensive destination marketing plan to enhance the quality of life for residents by achieving optimal economic benefit from tourism for county businesses, attractions and government.
Plans, maintains builds roads and bridges; land use planning and permitting; development review; building inspections and permits; surveying; solid waste and sustainability; code enforcement, urban renewal, dog adoption, sheltering and investigations.
Plans, designs and constructs roads, bridges, traffic safety improvements. Reviews plans and issues permits for transportation-related components of commercial, industrial and residential development.
Maintains and repairs County roads and bridges, including shoulders, culverts, guardrails, traffic signals, signs and lane markings; operates the Canby Ferry; administers Adopt-A-Road program.
The custodian of cash and the investment manager of the County and its affiliated agencies.
The district responsible for control of flies and mosquitoes within Clackamas County.
The Clackamas County Veterans Service Office provides representation at no cost, connecting veterans and their families to all available state and federal benefits.
Sanitary sewer service and surface water management.
Helping residents to reduce their heating and cooling costs, and make their homes safer and more comfortable