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People clean up river beds

The application period for the 2024-25 RiverHealth Stewardship Program Grants…

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Clackamas Water Environment Services (WES) personnel responded to an overflow…

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Leaves in storm drain

The rain is coming! Combine that rain with leaves and debris on the ground and…

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Mayor Michael Milch, Public Works Director Darren Caniparoli, and Utility Manager Justin Poyser from Gladstone receive the CCTV truck from WES Director Greg Geist, Field Operations Supervisor Kyle Bean, Operations Manager Matt House and Sanitary and Stormwater Technician Kevin Rotrock.

Partners working together to reduce regional inflow & infiltration

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Aerial view of the 3-Creeks site

Clackamas Water Environment Services’ (WES) 3-Creeks Natural Area Floodplain…

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Receiving the EcoBiz Certification

EcoBiz, short for Eco-Logical Business, is a certification recognizing…

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Clackamas Water Environment Services (WES) is awarding $300,000 in grants…

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Clackamas Water Environment Services (WES) goes through a yearly budget process…

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Willamette falls

WES has updated its Rules & Regulations (Rules) and Technical Standards (…

Water Environment Services, Transportation and Development, Parks, North Clackamas Parks and Recreation
National Public Works Week illustration - a group of different public works employees.

We work 24/7 to make sure our roads and bridges are safe and your sewer service…

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Little girl walking along a river

We want to know what you value when it comes to creating a clean water future…

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