North Clackamas Revitalization Area

The established neighborhoods in the North Clackamas Revitalization Area are among the more affordable places to live in the county, but there are long-term infrastructure problems that need to be resolved. Formed in 2006, the North Clackamas Revitalization Area is about 1,008 acres in unincorporated Clackamas County between Milwaukie and Happy Valley with a boundary of the Clackamas/Multnomah County line on the north, Milwaukie city limits on the west, Monroe Street on the south and 82nd Avenue/Interstate 205 on the east. (See map) The plan includes projects in a number of areas to improve the livability of the area, including:

  • public utilities
  • public parks and open spaces
  • public buildings and facilities
  • street, curb and sidewalk improvements
  • streetscape and neighborhood beautification
  • preservation and rehabilitation of housing and commercial property
  • development and redevelopment of housing and commercial property

Assessed value: $597 million, up from $398 million in 2006.

Urban Renewal funds helped pay for:

  • Two neighborhood fire stations, one at Causey and Bob Schumacher Road and one at Causey and Fuller Road
  • New office buildings, new hotels and retail along the Sunnybrook Corridor
  • Road improvements to Monterey; Monterey Overpass and I-205 frontage road
  • Flood control and storm drainage for residents and businesses
  • East extension of Sunnybrook Boulevard to relieve traffic and improve road connections
  • Bike and pedestrian improvements
  • Linwood Avenue Improvements
  • Monroe Street Improvements


For NCRA Restrictive Transfer Agreement, email for more information.

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