Business and Community Services

Business and Community Services

A community’s need for modern spaces to learn and gather leads county to create large-scale community visioning project

It isn’t every day that a community gets the chance to build brand new facilities, programs and services from the ground up — and the residents of Oak Lodge and Gladstone are eager to get to work. New hubs of resources and recreation are coming to the area in the form of a park, community center and two new libraries, thanks to a county master planning project tentatively scheduled to break ground in 2022.

Ballet at the Milwaukie Center

Discover the magic of ballet with an intimate performance by Oregon Ballet Theatre 2 (OBT2). The talented group of pre-professional dancers, presented by former American Ballet Theatre ballerina and OBT2 Program Director, Lisa Sundstrom, will perform a thrilling mix of classical and contemporary work from the repertoire of the Oregon Ballet Theatre. Meet the ballerinas and have your photo taken after the show! All proceeds benefit the Oregon Ballet Theatre 2 and scholarships for classes at the Milwaukie Center.

Italian Night

Gather under the twinkling lights of an Italian sky to enjoy authentic food, drinks and desserts! Tickets will be available for purchase for a chance to win dozens of Italian-themed raffle items. All proceeds benefit Milwaukie Center programs, Meals on Wheels and the Rotary Club of Clackamas.

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Celebrating safety: Stone Creek Golf Club’s newest addition is an emergency access road

People come to Stone Creek Golf Club to escape the stresses of everyday life and unwind among friends. Located in Oregon City, the grounds cover over 120 acres offering views of Mount Hood and old-growth Douglas Firs. We welcome thousands of visitors every year not only to play golf, but also to celebrate and gather for special events and meetings. But even in such a tranquil place, emergencies can happen. Moments of crisis are a part of life—and when they strike, we want to be prepared to provide the quickest assistance possible.

Community invited to learn more about the final design for Milwaukie Bay Park at April 24 open house

Community invited to learn more about the final design for Milwaukie Bay Park at April 24 open house

The North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District (NCPRD), in partnership with the City of Milwaukie, invites community members to review the final design to complete Milwaukie Bay Park at an open house on Thursday, April 24, 2019.