Volunteer to help improve your community

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If you’ve ever been interested in helping to improve your community, now is your chance to do so. Clackamas County has dozens of advisory boards, and other volunteer-driven groups that depend on people like you to help shape decisions that can benefit your family, friends and neighbors.

Learn more about these rewarding opportunities that really make a difference and collaborate with other volunteers who are passionate about having a say in issues that affect communities like yours.

The following community-based groups play vital roles as members learn about proposed actions and policy changes and then provide valuable feedback and recommendations to county officials:

By working with these volunteer groups, the county forms strong relationships with community members that are built on collaboration, understanding, trust and transparency. Successful community engagement is the cornerstone of a productive public process and benefits both community members and the county. 
You can also learn about the Committee for Community Involvement (CCI), which advises and assists the Board of County Commissioners in developing and implementing community involvement programs.