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Leaf Drop – three days this fall!
Happy Valley’s Public Works Department is again offering three days this fall when you can drop off your yard debris at no cost to you. City residents will have three Saturday opportunities to drop off seasonal yard debris (leaves, woody debris and grass clippings) at the Public Works building for free recycling. Saturday, October 10, ...Keep reading
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Sewer smoke testing slated for mid-October
Clackamas Water Environment Services will conduct leak detection tests on the pipes of the sanitary sewer system throughout the City later this month. Smoke tests are performed by pumping a special non-toxic, non-staining smoke into the sewer lines to detect leaks in our pipes. If there is a crack or break anywhere in the pipeline, …Keep reading
Backyard Debris Burning is now open, 10.13.20Keep reading
Happy Valley is a planned growth community.
Are you proud to be a resident of Happy Valley? There are many reasons to enjoy living in this community. With our beautiful parks, meandering trails, well-maintained streets, safe neighborhoods, and attractive commercial centers, Happy Valley is a wonderful place to call home. Much of the look and feel of the city took decades of thoughtful planning and steadfast leadership to instill development standards that reflect the community values.
Since its incorporation as a city in 1965, Happy Valley has grown from a rural area with a population of approximately 300 people to a thriving suburb of over 21,000 residents. Happy Valley is one of the fastest growing cities and has one of the highest median family incomes in Oregon. We are proud of our heritage and excited for the future ahead.