Oak Lodge and Gladstone Community Project kicks off virtual open houses; public invited to weigh in on design alternatives through Aug. 2

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Clackamas County is bringing a new community center, park and two libraries to the Oak Lodge and Gladstone communities.

Community members are invited to attend two virtual open houses to review and weigh in on three draft design alternatives for each area. Drop by one or both any time through August 2, 2020.

Virtual Open House Concord/Oak Lodge
Virtual Open House Gladstone

Obtenga más información y participe en www.clackamas.us/communityproject.

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Community members may also send questions and
comments via email to communityproject@clackamas.us.

The new community center, park and Oak Lodge Library will be on the site of the North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District (NCPRD)-owned Concord Property near the corner of Concord Street and McLoughlin Boulevard.

The new Gladstone Library will be located at the previous Gladstone City Hall site on 525 Portland Avenue.

Planning for these community facilities began in early 2019 and all projects are tentatively scheduled to begin construction in 2022. Learn more about the project on our website.

Consistent with the policy of Clackamas County, Business and Community Services is committed to compliance with all state and federal non-discrimination directives, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act Title II.

Department Staff
Kathryn Krygier
Project Manager
Amber Johnson
Public and Government Affairs