Clackamas County residents invited to participate in tourism survey

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This Clackamas County Courthouse was built in 1884. It was demolished in 1935 and was replaced by the current courthouse in 1937. (Letterhead engraving)

Clackamas County Tourism & Cultural Affairs, in partnership with The George Washington University, is conducting a survey to better understand Clackamas County residents’ perceptions of tourism in the region.

All residents of Clackamas County are eligible to participate in the survey online. The survey will take about 4 minutes, and feedback will help guide tourism projects in Clackamas County. Participation in the survey is strictly voluntarily. All information collected will be used only for this research and will be kept confidential and anonymous.

Surveys completed before Jan. 24 will be entered to win one of three prize packages, each worth more than $200: Fine Farm Dining, Mt. Hood "Mini" Getaway, or Urban Adventure packages. See prize and survey details.

Contact: Lizzie Keenan, PR/Program Specialist
Phone: 503-655-8458

Contact: Cameron Ruen
Phone: 503-742-4335